Lehrstuhl für Angewandte Softwaretechnik
Chair for Applied Software Engineering


Joint Advanced Student School (JASS)

JASS was founded in 2002. The founding directors were Prof Ernst W. Mayr from TUM, and Prof Yuri Matiyasevich, from the Saint Petersburg Academic University. From 2002-2006 JASS was financially supported by Siemens cooperation. In 2012, the directors became Prof Bernd Brügge and Prof Kirill Krinkin. JASS is currently financially supported by McKinsey, ZEISS, and JetBrains.
JASS 2019

JASS 2019

Joint Advanced Student School 2019 in Munich

JASS 2019 consists of three projects: Cataract, Augmented Reality and Predictive Maintenance. Each of the projects is described in terms of four major activities shown on the project website.

More information can be found on the project website.
JASS 2018

JASS 2018

Joint Advanced Student School 2018 in St. Petersburg (Russia)

More information will follow soon.

More information can be found on the project website.
JASS 2016

JASS 2016

Joint Advanced Student School 2016 in St. Petersburg (Russia)

In the course "Software Development for Mobile Platforms and the Internet of Things" of JASS 2016, 10 students from Technische Universität München and 10 Russian students from universities of St. Petersburg, organized in 4 intercultural teams, developed 5 applications Multimodel iNTeraction, Quadcopter Autopilot, KneeHapp Wrist, Octopus, Geo Quest in less than 4 days.

More information can be found on the project website.
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JASS 2012

Joint Advanced Student School 2012 in St. Petersburg (Russia)

In the second course "Usability Engineering and Ubiquitous Computing" of JASS 2012, 6 German students from Technische Universität München and 7 Russian students from universities of St. Petersburg, organized in 3 intercultural teams, developed 3 iOS applications iTravel, iTranslate and BumpWatch in less than 4 days.

More information can be found on the project website.
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JASS 2006

Course "Advanced Topics in Software Engineering"

The goal of the JASS project is the development of an agile meeting management tool for distributed software projects. It is based on a rhetorical model of issues, proposals, resolutions and action items, enabling users to annotate UML modeling elements such as use cases, class diagrams or sequence diagrams with rhetorical elements. Developers create system models and communication elements within a single repository, where the system models represent the system under development and the communication elements represent problems, status and tasks. Meeting agendas are not explicitly written by a project manager, but are generated automatically from the open issues and action items in the repository.

More information can be found on the project website .