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As part of the Fellowship "Innovations in University Teaching" the Chair for Software Engineering of Prof. Dr. Volker Gruhn has implemented the mobile microlearning platform clavis. It will support students of the master's degree “Applied Computer Science/Systems Engineering” in self-directed learning.

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Volker Gruhn

Volker Gruhn, Head of the Software Engineering Department at paluno, will become an active member of the University Council of Leipzig University as of 1 March 2019.

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Dr. Thorsten Weyer

Together with its partners in the SPEDiT project, the Software Systems Engineering group has developed a training platform for model-based development of embedded systems and validated it in practice.

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The new DIAMANT project investigates how the emerging digital world of work can be organized in an innovative way, to the benefit of companies and employees. The Chair of Software Engineering of Prof. Dr. Volker Gruhn contributes its expertise in the areas of process optimization and application development.

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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 and co-organizer of the EMLS workshop.

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Mars Rover

38 students passed "the SEP" last week. They have proven their skills in programming, project management and teamwork.

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Europe's leading Requirements Engineering (RE) conference REFSQ celebrates its 25th anniversary this year. Participants can expect special highlights.

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Traditionally on the last Friday in January the alumni meeting of the chairs SSE and S3 took place again this year. Around 80 former and current employees took the opportunity to refresh old contacts and make new ones.

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In December, the European Commission presented a coordinated plan prepared with Members States to foster the development and use of AI in Europe. The BDVA, in which the working group of Prof. Dr. Klaus Pohl is an active member, welcomes the plan of the EU.

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Since smart contracts can autonomously transfer values and rights on a blockchain, they are an attractive target for cyberattacks. The working group of Prof. Dr. Lucas Davi has developed a solution for protecting smart contracts in cooperation with NEC Laboratories Europe GmbH.

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