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12/07/2018

In cooperation with Siemens AG, the Software Engineering chair of Prof. Heisel develops a tool for the vulnerability assessment of software systems. A particular focus is put on the combination of current research results in the field of software security with industrial applications.

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12/06/2018

The lighthouse project TransformingTransport (TT) is participating in the ICT 2018 in Vienna on December, 4-6. The ICT is the most important European event for research and innovation in information and communication technology and is organized by the European Commission. Live demonstrations will show how Big Data can be used for real-time decision making in the transport sector.

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11/20/2018

Dr. Thorsten Weyer will present fundamental approaches for specifying highly automated self-learning systems at a meeting of the Requirements Engineering group of the Gesellschaft für Informatik (GI, German Informatics Society). The meeting will take place on November 29-30, 2018 in Nuremberg.

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11/05/2018

The European initiative NESSI emphasizes in a now published position paper the fundamental role of software for the digital transformation of Europe. The paper identifies important research topics in the field of software technology which, according to the experts, should be focused on in the next EU Research and Innovation Framework Programme. The Chair of Software Systems Engineering of Prof....

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10/12/2018

The Intel Software Guard Extensions (Intel SGX) are designed to protect sensitive data and program code from misuse. The working group Secure Software Systems shows the danger of zero-day attacks against this technology.

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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.