Center for Systems Engineering

The Center for Systems Engineering aims to shape and holistically assess the required key technologies for tomorrow’s product development process. The integration of the individual development steps and tools enables a highly iterative, agile, and in part automated product development. This will facilitate model-based systems engineering in research and practice.

The following presents selected publications that present research results relating to this project. More are available from personal website at the Chair for Software Engineering.

  • [BDH+20] P. Bibow, M. Dalibor, C. Hopmann, B. Mainz, B. Rumpe, D. Schmalzing, M. Schmitz, and A. Wortmann. Model-Driven Development of a Digital Twin for Injection Molding, In: Schahram Dustdar, Eric Yu, Camille Salinesi, Dominique Rieu, Vik Pant, editors, Advanced Information Systems Engineering, Lecture Notes in Computer Science 12127, pages 85-100, June, 2020, Springer International Publishing.

  • [DJR+19] M. Dalibor, N. Jansen, B. Rumpe, L. Wachtmeister, and A. Wortmann. Model-Driven Systems Engineering for Virtual Product Design, In: Loli Burgueño, Alexander Pretschner, Sebastian Voss, Michel Chaudron, Jörg Kienzle, Markus Völter, Sébastien Gérard, Mansooreh Zahedi, Erwan Bousse, Arend Rensink, Fiona Polack, Gregor Engels, Gerti Kappel, editors, Proceedings of MODELS 2019. Workshop MPM4CPS, pages 430-435, September, 2019.