We predominantly perform software engineering research and secondarily information systems research.
Our research is team-based. The main projects are:
- JValue. Making open data easy, safe, and reliable to use.
- MecoIS (Inner Source). Quantifying the corporation.
- QDAcity. Making qualitative data analysis easy for everyone.
|Mission||Make open data easy, safe, and reliable to use|
|Content||A domain-specific language for data engineering|
A collaboration hub for open collaborative data engineering
A pipeline infrastructure for operating data pipelines at scale
|People||Heltweg, Quast, Schwarz, Riehle|
|Funders||BMBF-SWC2: Open collaborative data engineering|
BMDV-mFUND: A language for data engineering
DFG-SB: Industry best practices of microservices integration
|Mission||Quantify the corporation for better evidence-based decision making|
|Content||A solution to the transfer pricing problem of high-frequency global collaboration|
An accounting model of engineering events
A new productivity metric
|People||Buchner, Hirsch, Wolter, Riehle|
|Funders||BMBF-SWC2: Inner source transfer pricing|
DFG-SB: Inner source management accounting continued
DFG-SB: Inner source management accounting
|Mission||Make qualitative data analysis easy for everyone|
|Content||An approach to creating high-quality requirements using qualitative data analysis|
A solution to the pre-RS traceability challenge
A solution to scale qualitative data analysis in teaching
|People||Kaufmann, Lehrhuber, Mucha, Riehle|
|Funders||DFG-SB: Requirements specifications using QDA|
BMBF-SWC2: Traceable requirements
DFG-SB: Domain modeling using QDA
Please get in touch if you would like to know more about our other projects
- User-led open source consortia. The name is the program.
- SCA Tool Serv. Making it easy to clean up legal engineering debt.
- ROS distro. Providing a minimal and reliable ROS 2 distribution.
You can also get a general funding overview at funded research projects.