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This year again MAST research group took part in Zukunftstag 2018 event, also called Girls’ Day, on our computer science campus. Yen Dieu Pham, Clara Marie Lüders, and Natalia Mannov organised the Girls’Day project M-Lab Junior (App Development).
Our young app developers started the day with the workshop to develop the idea of the coolest app for girls and boys with alias “Mobile Dresser”. Firstly they created 6 paper prototypes for the app. Afterwards our project participants developed and tested the first app prototype with thunkable.com on desktop computers and on their own smartphones. The youngest participants of the Girls’Day project were 10 years old.
We all enjoyed the day together by creating and developing a smartphone app prototype and visiting the “Roboter” demo.
Additionally our students presented their M-Lab Global 2018 projects by two demo sessions:
12:30 Nightrad App (iOS), UKE team, Patricia Häußer
13:15 History App (Android), HITeC team, Tim Pietz and Nikolai Elich
We thank our student assistants for their friendly and helpful support.
To get more additional information please use following references:
- Program of Girls Day 2018
- Additional information for ongoing MINT-Girls
- Tutorial “Share the App” for iOS
- Tutorial “Share the App” for Android
We are happy to announce, that our team organizes the 1st Hamburg Requirements Engineering Symposium here at the Informatikum. In this symposium, renowned speakers from around the world will discuss current and future challenges of the field of Requirements Engineering. The speakers will cover a wide range of topics, such as principal questions (How much RE do we need?), the human factor (Modern software development: the stress and social pressure), and how to use requirements in the industry (Asymmetric release planning). In small sessions, our seven speakers will present their topics and invite you to discussions.
The speakers are:
Part of this symposium is a social event that allows everyone to connect with each other. The organizers, Prof. Dr. Walid Maalej and Christoph Stanik, are happy to invite everyone interested in this topic. The participation of this event is open for everyone and free of charge.