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Four New Software Campus Projects

In the tenth year of the Software Campus program, four doctoral students from the sebis chair were selected as new participants: Oleksandra Klymenko, Sascha Nägele, Pascal Philipp and Phillip Schneider.

The Software Campus is a qualification program with the goal of imparting experience, skills and abilities to students and graduates of computer science and related study programs, accompanying their master’s thesis or doctorate, that are essential for achieving a leadership position in business. It is jointly financed by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), ten industrial partners (e.g. Volkswagen, DATEV, Holtzbrinck, Huawei, MediaMarktSaturn, ...) and eleven research partners (DFKI, KIT, TU Darmstadt, TU Munich, ...). Each project is funded with up to 100,000 euros over a maximum project duration of two years. Furthermore, each participant takes part in six training sessions from the industry partners on in the areas of leadership, methods as well as social and self-competences.

All descriptions of the new Software Campus projects can be found on the sebis research webpage. The original article is available here.

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TU Munich ranks as best German blockchain university - 31st worldwide

Coindesk evaluated the blockchain capabilities in research, teaching, collaboration, and economic impact of 230 universities worldwide in a survey. The result: The Technical University Munich (TUM) ranked as the best German blockchain university and 31st overall.

The Sebis chair, as a founder of the Blockchain Research cluster, has heavily contributed to its success. The lecture "Blockchain-based Systems Engineering" has been visited by over 2000 students since its inception, high research impact and other factors have contributed to the success of the TUM in the area of blockchain and adjacent technologies.

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Sebis Presents Blockchain Study at RWTH Aachen University

As part of the MyScore project at RWTH Aachen University, sebis presented first results of a blockchain feasibility study in the context of student mobility on Friday (June 25, 2021). The MyScore project is investigating various digital recognition processes - and blockchain technology offers promising techniques for digital authentication and validation. Different use cases are identified and evaluated. Subsequently, one scenario is selected to develop a prototype system, demonstrating the capabilities of the blockchain-based process.

sebis and Bayerischer Rundfunk launch NLG system for automated basketball news

The chair of Software Engineering for Business Information Systems (sebis) and the AI + Automation Lab of the Bayerischer Rundfunk (BR) have developed an NLG system for the automated generation of news reports about matches in the highest German basketball league. The system is based on the open source surface realiser Simple-NLG, that was developed at sebis.

The BR has published an article with details about the project (in German).

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Sebis Chair joins Bloxberg Consortium

We are very happy to announce that our chair has joined the Bloxberg consortium.

The bloxberg infrastructure is a secure global blockchain established by a consortium of leading research organizations to provide scientists with decentralized services worldwide. The bloxberg Consortium aims to fosters collaboration among the global scientific community, empowering researchers with robust, autonomous services that transcend institutional boundaries. For example, with consented transactions on the bloxberg infrastructure, research claims need not be limited to one institution alone, but can be confirmed by the whole trusted network.

The sebis chair set up and maintains a node within the network, contributing to the ongoing stability and success of the Bloxberg network.

Find out more here: Bloxberg Website

Press statement: Max Planck Digital Library

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