Research Group for Applied Software Engineering
Forschungsgruppe für Angewandte Softwaretechnik

New Website

We have published a new website for the Applied Software Engineering Group at the TUM School of Computation, Information and Technology. All future updates will be posted at the new website located at

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Jan Philip Bernius, Stephan Krusche, and Bernd Brügge receive Ernst Otto Fischer Teaching Award

Jan Philip Bernius, Stephan Krusche, and Bernd Brügge received the Ernst Otto Fischer Teaching Award. The award honors the innovative and successful teaching project Automatic Correction of Free-Text Assignments.

The Ernst Otto Fischer Teaching Award is presented to instructors for innovative projects that improving teaching at TUM. The project Automatic Correction of Free-Text Assignments was funded by the TUM Teaching Fund. As part of the project, we implemented the Athena system for automated assessment of textual exercises. We used Athena as part of Artemis in the "Introduction to Software Engineering" lecture with > 2.000 participating students. In addition, we published the project results in the paper "A Machine Learning Approach for Suggesting Feedback in Textual Exercises in Large Courses" at the ACM Conference on Learning @ Scale 2021.

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Academic Work Award for Paul Schmiedmayer

Paul-Schmiedmayer---Academic-Work-AwardOn December 13, 2019, Paul Schmiedmayer was awarded the Academic Work Award for his outstanding work during his master's studies at the Technical University of Munich. The award honors outstanding accomplishments in the study programs "Master of Informatics" and "Master of Information Systems" at the TUM Department of Informatics. Paul Schmiedmayer (Master of Informatics) and Charlie Pascal Groh (Master of Information Systems) have been awarded the Academic Work Award for their respective study programs in 2019. The award is endowed with 500€.

Paul Schmiedmayer finished his master studies in March 2019 with the best possible grade. He wrote his Bachelor's Thesis about "Prototyping during Requirements Elicitation" under the supervision of Prof. Bernd Brügge. His Master's Thesis titled "A Dynamic Fog Architecture in Smart Environments" was written during his time as a visiting researcher at Carnegie Mellon University. During his studies, he has been working on multiple projects in various roles at the Chair of Applied Software engineering. Paul is currently pursuing a dissertation under the supervision of Prof. Bernd Brügge.

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Visual Paradigm

As an Academic Training Partner of Visual Paradigm, TUM - Institut fuer Informatik - Lehrstuhl 1 is granted the use of Visual Paradigm for UML modeling, business process modeling, database design, etc.
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macinTUM Weihnachtsfeier


Invitation to our christmas party on 

Thursday, December 11, 8pm

in the Magistrale of the FMI building (Boltzmannstr. 3, Garching).

We also invite you to the Design Review of the iOS Praktikum WS14/15 on Thursday, December 11 from 5:30 to 8 pm in Interims Lecture Hall 2, right before the Christmas Party.

11 teams present the functionality of their app, demonstrate the main features and show the status of their project.

After that we go together to the christmas party into the FMI building for glühwein and lebkuchen :-)

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Game based on published research won Family Choice Award 2013

b2ap3_thumbnail_emilundpauline.jpgEmil & Pauline in the Cave - Math Games 1
publisher: United Soft Media
developer: Serapion
Kids have a lot of fun meeting bats and goblins while exploring the world of maths with Emil the polar bear and Pauline the penguin. The App playfully provides, deepens, and consolidates the kindergarten and preschool Math skills in five educational games, and one award game that motivates to play again and again.

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macinTUM Weihnachtsfeier


macinTUM - Lehrstuhl Informatik 1 - Angewandte Softwaretechnik - Prof. Bernd Brügge, Ph.D.

MacinTUM 2013




Wir feiern Weihnachten

... und laden hierzu wieder unsere Mac- und iOS-Fans und alle, die es werden wollen, zu einem ungezwungenen, adventlichen Beisammensein ein!


Donnerstag, 12.12.2013, ab 17 Uhr

im Raum MI 01.07.014 bei uns am Lehrstuhl Informatik 1, Prof. Brügge, Campus Garching der TU München, Boltzmannstr. 3


Dank unserer Sponsoren wird es auch heuer an Glühwein und weihnachtlichen Genüssen nicht fehlen!

Mit freundlicher Unterstützung der Firmen

Archiware, MaibornWolff, equinux, USM, Loctory

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Technology Management @ CDTM

b2ap3_thumbnail_CDTMLogo.pngAre you interested in digital technologies and management?
Do you like working in an interdisciplinary and hands-on environment?
Are you seeking for an interesting study program in addition to your main studies?
Then the Technology Management program from CDTM is the right thing for you!

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macinTUM Weihnachtsfeier

 macinTUM - Lehrstuhl Informatik 1 - Angewandte Softwaretechnik - Prof. Bernd Brügge, Ph.D. 

MacinTUM 2012 quer klein


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Technology Management @ CDTM – mach mehr aus deinem Studium!

CDTM – mach mehr aus deinem Studium! Studenten, die auch mal über den Tellerrand ihres eigenen Faches blicken möchten, sollten sich für das Zusatzstudium „Technology Management“ am Center for Digital Technology and Management (CDTM) bewerben.

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