b-it Research School
Software and Information Engineering
New challenges and opportunities of Information System Engineering arise in connection with the immense expansion of semi-structured data, text and images through the growth of the Internet, and the fast evolution of services that become available on a global scale.
From the Software Engineering perspective, these developments exploit the methodologies and emerging standards of object-oriented paradigms, models, and languages, service and model-driven architectures, aspect-oriented and agile programming.
Process Management, considered a core domain of software engineering and business informatics research, is less well-structured than traditional applications, requiring new media and interaction metaphors to ensure usability.
Bold letters indicate the professor currently in charge of this research area.