Die Open-Source-Forschungsgruppe, Teil der Forschungs- und Lehrallianz Praktische Softwaretechnik der Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, arbeitet anwendungsbezogen und industrienah. Insbesondere binden wir gern Industrieunternehmen in unsere Lehre ein, um Studierende soweit wie möglich und sinnvoll an die industrielle Realität heranzuführen. Die teilnehmenden Industriepartner im Gegenzug erhalten Zugang zu unseren Studierenden und können mit ihnen an interessanten Aufgaben aus der Praxis arbeiten. Diese Aufgaben dürfen gern nicht-trivial sein und stellen idealerweise eine konkrete und wichtige Frage dar, welche sich dem Unternehmen stellt.
Die folgenden Lehrveranstaltungen stehen aktuell für ein Industrieengagement zur Verfügung:
Today marks the start of the 2013 AMOS projects. We are proud and feel privileged to be working with industry partners in this newest edition of our ever popular software engineering lab course. Students learn how agile methods work and apply them in a real-world software project. Industry partners provide high-level requirements as well as feedback as to how the project is doing. We (the professorship) provide process guidance and back-office operations. A big thanks to this year’s AMOS industry partners Audi, Bosch, DATEV, Develop Group, and Elektrobit!
If you are a student and intend to take The AMOS Project course this coming summer semester, please make sure that you are not only signed up on StudOn, but also please take the student entry survey here: http://osr.cs.fau.de/surveys/index.php/671892/lang-en. We will use the survey to determine your interests and capabilities to form viable student project teams from it.
Netdosis, the 2010 AMOS start-up project, is at it again (after winning a Medical Valley contest last year). This time, we entered the Northern Bavaria business plan contest and made into the top 10 winners (no more specific ranking provided at this stage). For Netdosis, this is the run-up to seed stage funding after relying on public funding (EXIST and FLÜGGE) so far. Good luck, guys, you rock!
Abstract: Free Seas Ahoy! is a social networking site with open source development for sailors, boaters and anyone who are interested in exchanging nautical experiences and information. It is a social networking site on the verge to lead the market of sailors and nautical industry niche, which incorporate a trip management tool with which to plan, organize and record a great variety of information concerning sailing trips. On the other hand it provides social interaction and information exchange about the sailing related information and experiences. [...]
Reference: Muzdat Juma. Free Seas Ahoy! Business Case. Master Thesis, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg: 2013.
The AMOS Project is our flagship software engineering lab course. The course combines three main elements:
Students learn agile software development (Scrum, XP) while developing open source software.
Project ideas are provided by industry, representatives of which work closely with the student teams.
The projects are set-up to allow the creation of software start-ups after finishing university.
We teach real-world software engineering, and we do so by engaging industry to help us by providing project ideas and feedback. We then lead these student projects to become start-ups, if the student team is interested. An example of such a start-up is the 2010 AMOS project Mydosis, now Netdosis AG.
Most of our courses are graded following a simple pattern as described below. (If a link from a module description in UnivIS led you to this page then that module will be graded according to these rules.)