Software Engineering Chair: Dependability
Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Peter Liggesmeyer
Welcome to the SEDA chair.
Established and novel modeling techniques are used to describe the behaviour of complex embedded systems in safety-critical environments.
Visualization techniques provide an easily intelligible presentation of the analyses in which potential failures and their causes can be identified. This helps with managing and mitigating the overall risk.
- Systems Engineering for Cyberphysical Systems
- Safety, Security, Reliability and Availability
- Risk-Assessment and -Minimization
- Visualization of Complex Systems
25.11.2019 - SRES: No lecture on 27.11.2019
Due to unavailability of Prof. Liggesmeyer, there will be no SRES lecture on 27.11.2019
14.11.2019 - RE WS19/20: Lecture's Room Change
The lecture Requirements Engineering would take place at room 46-110 starting from 14.11.2019.
06.11.2019 - QMSS Lecture
The department of Computer Science has decided that the lecture "Quality Management of Software and Systems (QMSS)" can be taken up as an additional substitute lecture for the previously offered bachelor lecture "Grundlagen des SW Engineering (GSE)".