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Large Research Project on Requriements and Big Data gets 4.6MEUR EU funding
The OPENREQ project coordinated by our group, just received a 4.6 million Euro funding from the European Commission as part of the Horizon 2020 research program. The acceptance rate is below 9%. The project includes 9 partners and will last for 3-years from 2017 to 2020. More...
MINTernational Practice Award
Picture: Dr. Volker Meyer-Guckel, Stifterverband; Prof. Dr. Walid Maalej, Chair Applied Software Technology, University of Hamburg; Dr. Anna-Maria Karl, Daimler AG; Prof. Dr. Rainer Dietrich, Daimler und Benz Stiftung.
Radio interview with Prof. Maalej and M. Häring (in German)
The Hans-Bredow-Institut has interviewed Prof. Walid Maalej and Marlo Häring in the context of the interview series BredowCast about the interdisciplinary SCAn (Systematic Content Analysis for Journalism) project. Read more...
MOBIS's new identity: Applied Software Technology (MAST)
With the tenure and promotion of Prof. Maalej, our group gets a new identity: Applied Software Technology. The group name is changing from MOBIS to MAST. We now moved to our new offices on the same campus in House (1st level). Read more...
Our master project M-Lab wins teaching competitions twice in a row
M-Lab, the teaching project for master students offered by our workgroup the Applied Software Technology team won the competition MINTernational. In this competition, the Federation of German NGOs (Stifterverband) honors universities, which support the internationalization of teaching through... Read more...
MOBIS wins competition for best teaching project in Hamburg
We are proud to announce that our lighthouse teaching course for mobile app development M-Lab won this year's competition for the best university teaching in Hamburg within the funding program "Unseren Hochschulen 2015". Read more...
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WHAT IS INFORMATICS – A TRIAL WEEK

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Every year the department of informatics organizes one week trail study, called “Schnupperstudium”. Interested high school students from the 10th to 13th grade can join the event on their own initiative during the school holidays. During this week students get to learn about basics ofRead more…


M-Lab Kickoff Event, 22.10.2016

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On Thursday, October 20th, we successfully ran the kickoff event of M-Lab with about 70 attendants. This year more than 40 students have applied for the M-Lab course with their first preference, of which 35 were admitted for the course (twice as much as inRead more…


Alexander Oeser has successfully presented his student project at Expo 2016

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The annual EXPO of the Department of Informatics at University Hamburg is an exhibition of student projects including Study-, Bachelor- and Master theses. This year our student Alexander Oeser has successfully presented his student project “Enrich an API reference documentation with Software Development Screencasts” supervisedRead more…


New Semester, New Teaching and Learning Challenges

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We are proud to announce that the Applied Software Technology team will offer four courses in this winter semester (WS 2016/17), two among them are new. Softwareentwicklung I (B.Sc. level): In this introductory lecture-course we explain fundamental methods and concepts of software development. We expect 600-700Read more…


Carina Volkmer Joins Our Team

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The Applied Software Technology Group welcomes our new team member Carina Volkmer. Carina joined our group in October 2016 and will be the personal assistant of Prof. Maalej and also responsible for administration and communication matters. She will take over the role of Heidi Oskarsson, whoRead more…


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