Lehrstuhl für Angewandte Softwaretechnik
Chair for Applied Software Engineering

Atlassian Summit

AtlassianTwo members of the Chair presented how we scale our courses with tool support at AtlassianSummit 2015 in San Francisco. Lukas and Dora talked about how the Atlassian stack supports instructors in their daily work and allows them to teach applied software engineering to hundreds of students at the same time. The Summit also gave them numerous opportunities to get in contact with Atlassian's product managers, who were eager to get feedback and hear about how universities use their products. The recording of the presentation is available here.

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CPSSC 2016 @ SE 2016

CPSSCThe Chair for Applied Software Engineering is hosting the 1st International Workshop on Cyber-Physical Systems in the Context of Smart Cities. It will take place on the 23rd of February 2016 in Vienna. This workshop is a forum for authors to present their early research findings in the field of Cyber-Physical Systems in the context of Smart Cities. The workshop aims at overviews, theoretical approaches, tools and frameworks, applications, system infrastructures and test beds for Cyber-Physical Systems. A detailed description and the Call for Papers can be found at CPSSC website. We are looking forward to receive your paper submissions.

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Results of the iOS Praktikum 2015

In the iOS Praktikum 2015 more than 100 students worked in real projects with 10 companies. Find out more and watch videos of the final presentations on our project page!

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 iCATCH PodCOM WireTab
 
ILAS Conada BMW Retail Analytics
 
Hack the Hotel BSB Navigator Fastlane
 
Allianz Healthy Living Audi Home   
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ILAS @ Automobilwoche Kongress

AutomobilKongress During the iOS Practical Course SS 2015 the Incident Localization and Assistance System (ILAS) has been implemented at the Chair for Applied Software Engineering. In cooperation with T-Systems International GmbH, ProGlove and the Institute of Automation and Information Systems at TUM, 8 students and Constantin Scheuermann as project leader implemented a system that supports production line experts during their maintenance routines. The core of the framework is the integration of a smart glove (ProGlove) in combination with a smart phone and a web application.
The project was successfully presented at T-Systems Innovation Center Munich and recently at Automobilwoche Kongress 2015 in Berlin. It will also be presented at this years 3rd IEEE ICCC International Workshop on Internet of Things in Shenzhen, China.
Thanks to Alexander Harlass, Galina Volynets, Johannes, Bachhuber, Konstantin Kromer, Leonardo Serra, Maximilian Strobel, Sri Vishnu Totakura and Ulrike Niemann for their great effort during the project.

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First prize for computer science of Hans Riegel Stiftung

b2ap3_thumbnail_honor.jpgHendrik Noeller (the person to the right in the picture) participated in the innovative TUMKolleg program of the Otto-von-Taube-Gymnasium where school students have the chance to experience their first research at TU München in their final year in the Gymnasium. Hendrik took the change and did his research in the area of collaborative real time applications at the chair of applied software engineering.

In his excellent work he successfully improved a framework for the synchronization of data between different systems (iOS, OS X and Java applications) in real time and received the first prize for computer science of the Hans Riegel Stiftung in the large auditorium of the LMU. Stephan Krusche received the silver badge of honor of TUM for supervising his work.

Hendrik just finished the Abitur with the best possible grade and will study computer science at TU München in the upcoming winter semester. Then he can continue his research about collaborative real time applications at the chair of applied software engineering.

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iOS Praktikum WS15/16

 We are looking forward to offer the iOS Praktikum again this winter term! First of all we look for students who participate as Developers. See Practical Course: iOS Praktikum for more information.

Additionally we also offer two related courses:

We are searching for Coaches who want to supervise a project team of the iOS Praktikum. As a coach you gain hands-on experience in project management. Additionally you can fulfill tasks like leading the release management or code quality team. For further information see Seminar/Practical Course: Advanced Project Management.

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Results of the iOS Praktikum WS14/15

In the iOS Praktikum WS14/15 more than 100 students worked in real projects with 9 companies. Find out more and watch videos of the final presentations on our project page!

 Agile Factory iCatch Virtual Reality App Launcher  
 
Kneehapp 2  Serious Games for Plant Recognition  Energy Wearhouse  
 
Retail Analytics Next Generation B2B App Store Accident Assistance
 
Digital Showroom Burglary Prevention  

 

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Results of Seminar Games Development (WS14/15)

12 amazing small games made it into the iOS AppStore! 24 students developed them during the Seminar Games Development with iOS (WS14/15) using Swift and SpriteKit:

CircleFever

CircleFever tests your reflexes. Catch the symbols with corresponding forms by rotating up and down your game circles! (by Christoph Erl and Johann Rottenfußer)

Fluffy Run

Help Fluffy ducklings through a world full of abysses. Tap on the ducklings to jump and fly, and save as many as possible! (by Monika Wintergerst and Alexander Richter)

Food Chain

Food Chain: Control a mouse and navigate it through a maze to reach the tasty cheese. But be aware of cats - they are hungry, too! (by Timo Lamprecht and Jana Pejic)

Galactic Defense

Galactic Defense: Defend your galaxy with your spaceship. B fast and cautious because the enemies will try to shoot in your direction! (by Marius Schulz and Ledian Xhani)

Glitch 'em up

Glitch 'em up: Board the cockpit and dodge asteroids! Glitches bend spacetime. Are you able to use them for your advantage?. (by Michael Wang and Fabian Manhardt)

Keep Up

Keep Up the ball on platforms and reach as many platforms you can. Get the highscore and challenge your friends via GameCenter! (by Florian Ruppert and Wenbo Huang)

Mobius 3D

Mobius 3D is inspired by a moebius strip. It's orientation-less and endless. You lose your mind, but you collect as many coins as possible! (by Maximilian Flis and Fei Pan)

Monster Roly

In Monster Roly you help Roly to get to his favorite food - donuts. Tilt your device to roll Roly. Be careful: the world is a dangerous place! (by Ute Schiehlen and Stefan Cimander)

Saws

Saws is a 2D game in which you move a bird around to find the lost baby bird. Be careful not to touch the saws! (by Jan Göbel and Parisa Elahidoost)

Shifuban

Shifuban: You're ship was hit by canon causing holes and water gushing. Move the barrels onto the holes and rescue the ship! (by Anja Kastenmayer and Henning Helmbrecht)

Tiny Wizard

In Tiny Wizard you control a wizard to protect the Tree of Life. Several enemies like orcs and thieves attack not only the tree but also our tiny hero! (by Daniel Peter and Alba Xhani)

Wormcraft

Wormcraft is a two player 3D game. Destroy the enemy team with a grenade or bazooka by demolishing the surrounding environment! (by Shivam Agrawal and Lukas Kick)

If you like one of the games, please give it a nice rating share it with your friends :-)

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Smart Clothing App Interactex Designer Published

Interactex DesignerWe published Interactex Designer. Download it on your iPad for free from the iOS AppStore. The development environment for eTextiles is being used to create and test software for eTextiles visually without the need to write any code. It supports every hardware component from the Arduino Lilypad family such as LEDs, buttons, accelerometers, light sensors and most iOS user interface elements such as buttons, labels, switches, etc. The tool has been developed by Juan Haladjian and Katharina Bredies. More information about the project can be found in the project's website: http://www.interactex.de. Check also the Demo Video and the GitHub repository.

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Reto - A ubiquitous P2P framework

Reto P2P FrameworkWe published the peer-to-peer real-time framework Reto on Github, that Julian Asamer developed during his Master's Thesis under the supervision of Stephan Krusche. Reto is available in Swift on iOS and OS X (sReto) and in Java 8 (jReto) for Windows, OS X and Unix. Both implementations are compatible with each other regarding the network protocol and the exposed API. Reto allows data exchange between multiple peers in WiFi networks, over Bluetooth or over the Internet using a dedicated, but simple WebSocket server. Reto supports discovery of and communication with peers that cannot be reached directly by using other peers to forward data. The framework offers an easy-to-use, high-level, object-oriented API and can be integrated without much effort into existing applications. Try out one of the example applications on Github and participate in the further development by creating issues and pull requests! Active contributors can also get write access to the repositories. 

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iOS Praktikum Summer 2015

We are looking forward to offer the iOS Praktikum again this summer term! First of all we look for students who participate as Developers. See Practical Course: iOS Praktikum for more information.

Additionally we also offer two related courses:

We are searching for Coaches who want to supervise a project team of the iOS Praktikum. As a coach you gain hands-on experience in project management. Additionally you can fulfill tasks like leading the release management or code quality team. For further information see Seminar/Practical Course: Advanced Project Management.

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Visual Paradigm

Through Visual Paradigm Academic Partner Program, TUM - Institut fuer Informatik - Lehrstuhl 1 is granted license for modeling software - VP for educational use.

 

To get the activation key you need to log in (to this website, with your Chair for Applied Software Engineering account) and go to http://www1.in.tum.de/lehrstuhl_1/component/content/article?id=580.

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Continuous Delivery in Corporate Environments

The Continuous Delivery process for mobile applications developed at our chair was successfully implemented at Capgemini. As part of his Master’s Thesis, Sebastian Klepper adapted the process to the conditions in the company to deal with heterogeneous project environments, globally distributed resources, high security requirements, constraints for cloud-based services and multi-platform support. The process is now successfully used in (international) projects and is a valuable contribution for the knowledge transfer from university to industry.

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Learn Swift in the iOS Praktikum

Apple KeynoteApple mentioned us as one of the first universities worldwide to teach Swift. Currently over 100 students in 11 teams are taking part in the iOS Praktikum and have just begun to create their first own Swift Apps to solve real problems of our industry partners. If you want to learn more about this years iOS Praktikum see www1.in.tum.de/ios. Watch the results from this summer on http://www1.in.tum.de/ios14. If you eagerly want to learn more about Swift: We plan to run another course in the summer term, stay tuned!

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Results of iOS Praktikum 2014

In the iOS Praktikum 2014 more than 100 students developed iOS applications in real projects with 11 companies.

iNappkin: Usability Tests with iPads Damage Reporting for E-Bikes
TV Quiz App Online Appointment Scheduling for Car Maintenance
Personalized Flight Itinerary Remote Control of BoinxTV with an iPad
Innovative User Interface for Marketing of the Dash System Smart Control for the Intelligent Workplace
E-Learning Platform with Augmented Reality Interactive Showrooms with Augmented Reality
 
KneeHapp: Rapid Rehabilitation of Ligament Ruptures  

Find out more and watch videos of all final presentations on the project page!

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