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Software- and Systems Engineering Research Group


Experimentation in Software Engineering Research & Teaching

This page contains all information regarding our work on experimentation in software engineering research and how we integrate experimentation in our teaching portfolio.

Courses using the awarded Teaching Format

The following courses are designed according to the new teaching concept:

Available Material

On this page, we provide several material regarding our research and teaching. We provide (scientific) contributions as well as reports, concepts, or reday-to-use experiment packages.

The original teaching concept

M. Kuhrmann. A Practical Approach to align Research with Master's Level Courses.
In Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Computational Science and Engineering, pp. 202--208, IEEE, 2012

An implementation of the teaching concept for software process modeling courses

M. Kuhrmann, D. Mendez Fernandez, J. Münch. Teaching Software Process Modeling.
In Proceedings of the 35th International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE 2013), pp. 1138--1147, IEEE, 2013

A quasi-experiment for internally validating the ArSPI Approach

M. Kuhrmann, D. Mendez Fernandez, A. Knapp. Who Cares About Software Process Modelling? - A First Investigation About the Perceived Value of Process Engineering and Process Consumption.
Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Product Focused Software Development and Process Improvement (PROFES), Springer, 2013

Ernst Otto Fischer Teaching Award

Our teaching concept was awarded with the Ernst Otto Fischer Teaching Award. You can download the original concept and complementing material (in German) here.

EOF Certificate

M. Kuhrmann
Win-Win: Forschen durch Lehren.
Teaching Concept, Proposal Ernst Otto Fischer Teaching Award, 2012

Further Material

Experiment Packages

Coming soon...

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