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From 23-26 April, the international visualization community met in Bankgkok. Shahid Latif from Prof. Beck's working group presented a web-based tool that makes the results of geographic data analysis understandable.

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Dr. Andreas Froese

Dr. Andreas Froese presented the training material for model-based development of embedded systems at the SPEDiT final event.

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On April 10, 2019, an event of the Johannes Rau Research Association took place at the DST - Development Center for Ship Technology and Transport Systems in Duisburg. Dr. Andreas Metzger gave insights into the EU lighthouse project "Transforming Transport".

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Practice, practice, practice. This is how many beginners learn programming. Researchers from paluno, the Ruhr Institute for Software Technology, at the University of Duisburg-Essen (UDE) and their didactics colleagues from the Technical University of Munich are investigating how computers can best support them.

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Dr. Thorsten Weyer

Yesterday, Dr. Thorsten Weyer gave the opening lecture at the conference "Modern Software Engineering on Embedded Devices" of the Swiss Information Technology Society (ITG) and the Swiss Informatics Society (SI). He showed how to deal with the specifications of highly automated systems in order to implement them systematically.

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paluno— the Ruhr Institute for Software Technology — is one of the largest research institutes for software engineering in Germany. Ten professors and more than 100 scientists conduct excellent applied and basic research here. They investigate and test principles, methods, and tools for developing software-based technologies.