Managing Industrial Software Development

Lecturer: Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Joachim Axmann

Matthias Kowal
Alexander Schlie
Tobias Huth
Thomas Krüger

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The 2+1 hours lecture is intended for students from engineering and natural sciences, computer science and business economics. It provides an introduction to professional industrial software development and its management from the perspective of a development and consulting company, as well as from the IT department in a big company. Software developments for parallel hardware architectures (Embedded Systems and conventional IT) are introduced focusing on requirement analysis from the customer point of view and established software development methods (SW design according to standard procedures, quality and configuration management). As an essential part of the lecture project management methods and practices are introduced. In addition standards for maturity models and quality management methods for software projects in companies are presented.

The lecture will be given in german (or english, if neccesary).


Lecture: Thursday, 14:15 - 17:30 h (not weekly),

First lecture 06.04.2017, Room: PK 3.3

Presumable Dates: 06.04, 20.04, 04.05, 18.05, 15.06, 29.06, 13.07

Exercise: Thursday, 15:00 - 16:30 h,  27.04, 11.05, 01.06, 22.06, 06.07 (presumable)

Further information can be found at the Stud.IP



Lecture documents

You will be able to download the lecture materials in Stud.IP.

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