22./27.04.2017 – High School Info Day, Girls' Day, and Tag der Informatik

For the annual high school student information days, our group presented current topics from research and teaching. This year, we offered demonstrations and workshops in the fields of autonomous driving, business process modeling, and avionics software engineering.

For additional information regarding the individual events, see the following web pages (available only in German):

Studieninfotage 2017
Demonstation of the lab course Autonomous Driving [Julia Rauscher, Reinhard Pröll]

22./23.03.2017 – SMDS Strategy Workshop

Our professorship's annual strategy workshop took again place at the conference center located within the monastery in Irsee. This time, the focus areas were on infrastructure planning, different aspects of the SMDS public image, various approaches and ideas for further enhancing the quality of teaching as well as an updated "stocktaking" of covered research areas and connecting factors. The two-day session offered plenty of room for prolific discussions and can in conclusion be deemed exceedingly fertile.


from left: Christian Saad, Christoph Etzel, Adrian Rumpold, Philipp Lohmüller, Julian Kienberger, Bernhard Bauer, Reinhard Pröll, Melanie Langermeier, Simon Lohmüller, Julia Rauscher, Thomas Driessen

19.-21.02.2017 - Publication at MODELSWARD in Porto, Portugal

In February, Adrian Rumpold and Reinhard Pröll presented their paper A Domain-Aware Framework for Integrated Model-Based System Analysis and Design at the 5th International Conference on Model-driven Engineering and Software Development (MODELSWARD).

This paper describes metamodeling concepts and a model-driven method for the design of complex embedded systems. Special attention in given to the integration of cross-domain models, for example with respect to functional safety, security, and model-based testing. A case study exemplifies the applicability of our proposed approach.

16.-19.2.2017 - Publication at the BHI Orlando, USA

At the IEEE International Conference on Biomedical and Health Informatics (BHI) of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (IEEE-EMBS), we have presented the paper "Smart Data Integration within a Wellbeing Application Platform". This work shows the approach of the combination of cheap health sensors which are used everyday, and expensive, accurate hospital devices. Through combining this new data source with Internet of Things of medical devices, a Wellbeing Application Platform can be created. This platform generates Smart Data on the basis of Deep Learning to provide costumized recommendations. To prove the versatility three use cases are presented.