Research Group for Applied Software Engineering
Forschungsgruppe für Angewandte Softwaretechnik

Proseminar/Seminar: Teaching iOS summer semester 2016

Course description

In the role of a tutor you teach iOS beginners how to develop applications, prepare and give a presentation about an advanced topic and help to organize and conduct the introduction courses of the iPraktikum (formerly known as iOS Praktikum). Participating students are experienced in iOS development and Swift Programming. Experience with Objective-C is a plus. 

At a glance
  • Credits: 4 ECTS
  • Possible module numbers: IN0013, IN0014, IN2107, IN4741
  • Time: April 4 - April 15
  • Participants: Limited to 10 students
  • Info Meeting: Monday, January 25, 3:00pm, room 01.07.014 (download the slides here)
Related Courses


Participating students are familiar with the concepts of object oriented programming and have at least 2 years experience in iOS development (Swift and/or Objective-C). 

Important: This teaching course is for students who are experienced iOS Developers. If you do not have knowledge in iOS development, you cannot participate in this course! Have a look at the related courses instead.


Please have a look at the slides of the info meeting for all details. 

Application steps
  1. Attend the info meeting!
  2. Please fill the application form below. (Latest: January 26)
  3. We invite you to a personal interview (Latest: January 27)
    Interviews will take place on January 28 and 29.

  4. After we have accepted you, prioritize the Seminar "Teaching iOS" in the matching system of the faculty (From: January 29, Latest: February 09)
Application form

Applications are now closed.

Instructors & Contact

Email us with questions at ios (at)

Bernd Brügge


Prof. Bernd Brügge, Ph.D.

  Lukas Alperowitz


Dora Dzvonyar

  Lukas Alperowitz


Lukas Alperowitz


Martin Wagner



Andreas Seitz


Jan Ole Johanßen


Jan Ole Johanßen