Come Thursday, January 15th, this week, and we will be moving back from our temporary home in Tennenlohe to good old Martenstr. 3, a.k.a. "blaues Hochhaus". Goodbye food trucks, we will miss you (not)!
With Christmas coming up, and winter presenting various challenges, I hereby decree this research group's dress code (borrowing from Scott McNealy and the late SUN Microsystems): There is no dress code, except that you must.Continue
Liebe Besucher der beiden Seminarräume 06 und 07 in Tennenlohe, Am Wetterkreuz 13,
die temporäre Verlegung an diesen Ort konnte stattfinden, da wir Büro- und Seminarräume angemietet haben. Dies gilt leider nicht für die Parkplätze rund um das Gebäude. Da die Parkplatznot zum Wildparken verleitet,...Continue
This our group treats all "wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiter" (that is, internal Ph.D. students) the same. The University-imposed teaching duties of 5 SWS for a Landesstelle are spread over all internal Ph.D. students (the larger we grow, the smaller the individual requirements become). Teaching duties,...Continue
Due to the continued construction at Martensstr. 3, our usual office location, we will stay in Tennenlohe, at Wetterkreuz 13, through the end of the lecture-time (February 2014) if not the end of the semester (April 2014). Please find us on the first floor close to the stairs.Continue
To celebrate our arrival in Tennenlohe, our temporary office location for the summer, we decided to share some cake with our (already local) Medical Informatics colleagues. Below, some photos of treats from Cafe Wohlleben.
The "blaues Hochhaus" (Martensstr. 3) is getting an overhaul for reasons of fire safety (or current lack thereof). This will take place between July 2014 - October 2014. Floors 5 and up, including our research group, will take temporary office space in Tennenlohe for that time period. Our last effec...Continue
The Open Source Research Group has moved from the 4th to the 11th floor at Martensstr. 3, Erlangen. These are our new rooms:
Gottfried Hofmann, Mitchell Joblin: 11.136
Ann Barcomb, Hannes Dohrn: 11.135
Margit Zenk (secretary): 11.158
Dirk Riehle (professor): 11.132
Here's a view from ou...Continue
OpenSAGA is an open source implementation of the German eGovernment standard SAGA (Standards und Architekturen für E-Government-Anwendungen). It is due to be launched May 1st, 2010. The project was initiated by the Dortmund-based software vendor and project house Quinscape GmbH and their partner Bal...Continue
We had to write a profile of the Professorship for Open Source Software. Please see below. (In German.) English translation here courtesy of Google Translate. Subject to change at any time.
Die Professur für Open-Source-Software führt angewandte Softwaretechnik-Forschung und -Lehr...Continue