For clarification purposes, here are the precise teaching time slots for the upcoming summer semester 2016:
- AMOS—Wednesdays: Lecture at 10:15-11:45 Uhr, exercises at 12:30-14:00 Uhr or 14:15-15:45 Uhr
- ARCH—Thursdays: Lecture + exercises at 14:00-17:00 Uhr, coaching at 12:30-13:55 Uhr
- KOLL—Tuesdays: Seminar at 12:15-13:45 Uhr
- FLOSS—Tuesdays: Lecture + exercises at 14:00-17:00 Uhr
There is still inconsistent information flying around; we hope the systems will have sorted out themselves soon.
Students often ask for more industry presentations to get a better feeling for how work after their graduation might be like. Thus, with little fanfare, but a lot of pride, we present this coming summer semester’s line-up of industry speakers as part of the 2016 AMOS projects. Don’t miss them!
||Kanban and Lean
|TNG Technology Consulting
||Open Source Governance
Talks are subject to change; please watch the official schedule. We keep a record of all our guest speakers.
Today, Manuel Klimek of Google’s Munich office held a live coding session in ADAP, our course on advanced programming and design. Manuel demonstrated how to write functional (integration) tests for clang while developing a new feature. Thank you, Manuel, for teaching us! Below, please find some photo impressions.
We just received another Startupinformatik testimonial, this time by a stealth startup working on intelligent email solutions.
With our email client we want to rethink the way we experience email communication. Through the design of a fundamentally new user interface combined with a smart handling of emails based on artificial intelligence we provide a solution that enhances user experience and efficiency. Since artificial intelligence forms an advanced area of computer science, Prof. Riehle’s feedback about the feasibility of our business plan was very important to us. Therefore we were very happy about his offer to pitch our startup during his colloquium. Through the valuable feedback of Prof. Riehle himself as well as from his colleagues and students we gained comprehensive advice both from business and technical perspective. We highly recommend start-ups in technology to follow the offer of Prof. Riehle and to consider an early stage presentation within his colloquium.
Michael, Anton and Pranav
Good luck, guys!
Today another package from Ireland reached our office—it contained Google swag courtesy of Manuel Klimek of Google who will give a talk next week on test-driven development in ADAP. The talk is public so FAU students and staff are invited.
Students who are seeking our approval of a learning agreement for courses taken at a university abroad please follow this process.
In today’s FAU computer science colloquium, we listened to lecture by Prof. Yvonne Dittrich of IT University of Copenhagen. Prof. Dittrich presented a talk on “going beyond the project”, i.e. looking at and working within software ecosystems. Thank you, Yvonne, for teaching us!
We have updated our summary slides on how to study PSWT and OSS, please see this PDF and be there on Wed, January 13, 2016, at 16:30 Uhr (PSWT) or Wed, January 20, 2016, at 16:00 (OSS) in room R4.11, Cauerstr. 7, Erlangen (South).
Continental AG writes to us to let us know about the following job openings:
Please get in touch directly with the company.
If we know you personally, you can request a referral through Prof. Riehle. If you are looking more broadly for a job, please use this form so that we can introduce you to the companies you are interested in (more on our industry partners page).