ADAPT Summer School 2011

12.09.2011, 9:00 - 16:00

Software adaptation is a topic that crosscuts much of software engineering, programming languages, information systems, formal methods, and other major areas of computer science. The CS department at the University of Koblenz-Landau engages in a research focus on software adaptation, and thereby connects scientists and teams in classical areas of computer science as much as application areas such as web-based systems, SOA, mobile systems, and robotics.

Master students of ERASMUS partners and of Koblenz University can earn 3 ECTS credits on this course if they also participate in the ROS workshop which is given Sept. 12.-16. 2011.

Topics which are specific to adaption are covered by three lectures on monday Sept. 12th. These lectures will relate problems of mobile systems, in particular autonomos robots, to topics in software engineering and to adaption.

  • 9.30-11 Dieter Zöbel: Real-time control for autonomous systems
  • 11.30-13 Dietrich Paulus: Feedback and adaptive control for vision systems on robots
  • 14-15.30 Horst Wedde: Decentralized Management of Renewable Energy

The 2011 ADAPT summer school is part of the research project ADAPT.

The course will be given in three parts:


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