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Workshop and Three Lectures at SE 2019 in Stuttgart


The Software Engineering and Software Management conferences of the Software Engineering Department of the German Informatics Society (GI, Gesellschaft für Informatik) are currently taking place in Stuttgart. paluno is represented with three presentations on the topics of Emergent Behavior, Cyberphysical Systems and Technology Transfer. In addition, Dr. Marco Konersmann from paluno is co-organizer of EMLS, the 6th Collaborative Workshop on Evolution and Maintenance of Long-Living Software Systems.

At SE, the paluno colleagues will present the following contributions:

Jennifer Brings, Marian Daun, Markus Kempe and Thorsten Weyer: Validation and verification of emergent behavior in software engineering - Results of a comparison of different search methods

Marian Daun, Bastian Tenbergen, Jennifer Brings and Patricia Aluko Obe: View-based context modeling for the development of collaborative cyber-physical systems

Marian Daun, Jennifer Brings, Kevin Keller, Sarah Brinckmann and Thorsten Weyer: Successful Technology Transfer in Software Engineering - Transfer Approaches, Success Factors and Pitfalls

The contributions have previously been published in international journals and conferences. Further information on SE: https://se19.uni-stuttgart.de