poster
On Monday 07.03.2017 the results of individual projects as part of Semantic Web (Master) module are presented by posters.

The posters can still be viewed as an exhibition until 31st August 2017 in the corridor of the 5th floor.

A total of 25 different posters will be presented, with questions like,

  • Link between the area of nature reserves, the use of camping sites and the number of registered mobile homes in the federal states
  • Relationship between turnover and the number of players of a free-to-play title as well as the GDP of a country and its population
  • Correlation of the days with power failures in German cities and the rates of birth on these days taking into account the respective weather
  • Dogs-friendly neighborhoods of the city of Leipzig
  • Worldwide correlation between internet, corruption and income distribution
  • Relation between the number of students of international universities and activity of students on GitHub
  • Relationship between the present calm in an area and the associated rental for cities with more than 25 McDonald's outlets
  • Semantic search: worthwhile districts for photographing in Leipzig (sights, old factories, weather)

The winter semester 2013/14 has started!

During the winter semester 2013/14 I offer the following courses:

University of Leipzig

  • Lecture: Software Engineering
  • Exercises to the Lecture Software Engineering
  • Seminar: Semantic Web based resource management

Leipzig School of Media

  • Basics of Internet technologies

Fernuniversität Hagen (Regional Centre Leipzig)

  • Mentoriat: Grundzüge der Wirtschaftsinformatik

Fernuniversität Hagen (Regional Centre Berlin)

  • Mentoriat: Grundzüge der Wirtschaftsinformatik

Bachelor's degree in computer science students of the University of Leipzig in the software engineering internship in the 4th Semester developed a exchange platform for childcare places, which is now officially passed over to test mode. During the internship, the group of 7 students realized the platform http://www.kitaplatztausch.gesamtelternrat-leipzig.de along the software development process.

The work was iniciated by parents Gesamtelternrat der Stadt Leipzig. Using the web-based tool SoftWiki were jointly togehter with the parents' representatives and the Jugendamt of the city of Leipzig elicitated requirements. This was followed by the development of a prototype and modeling using object-oriented analysis.

Using the paradigm of "Programming in Pairs" from the Extreme Programming engineering method, the platform was then implemented within 5 weeks. The installation and acceptance took place in autumn 2012.

Additional links:

Bachelor of computer science (University of Leipzig)

  • Software Engineering exercises (4 SWS)
  • Major Software Engineering project (4 SWS)
  • Deputy lecturer for Software Engineering lectures (Prof. Fähnrich)

Master of computer science (University of Leipzig)

  • Seminar Linked Open Data for E-Business (2 SWS)
  • Seminar Semantic Web (2 SWS)
  • Deputy lecturer for Software Management lectures (Prof. Fähnrich)

Bachelor of computer science (University of Leipzig)

  • Software Engineering exercises (4 SWS)
  • Major Software Engineering project (4 SWS)
  • Deputy lecturer for Software Engineering lectures (Prof. Fähnrich)

Master of computer science (University of Leipzig)

  • Seminar Semantic Web (2 SWS)
  • Deputy lecturer for Software Management lectures (Prof. Fähnrich)

The project aims to develop an extension for OntoWiki. This will allow users to invite outside persons, both for individual resources. Applications present here the distributed collection of requirements with SoftWiki.

The project aims to develop a WordPress plugin that can be used to embed semantic data (RDF) in a WordPress blog entry.

The latest demonstration platform for the SoftWiki tools has been updated. The installation is available at

The platform also provides hosting of requirement engineering projects. The current version has included a visualization module. Based on the assumption that glossary terms are reflected directly in a project model (class diagram). The module allows tracking the effects of new requirements for the project model.

The current stable version of the SoftWiki tool is now hosted on the platform Bitbucket.

Bitbucket offers a Mercurial repository, wiki, issue tracker and download area.
The repository consists of a stable OntoWiki version 0.85 in the download area and source code, which together will override this version.

A conversion of the repository versioning has been adjusted. The current version based on OntoWiki (was version 1.05) is now

  • SoftWiki Version 10.

We are currently working on a version 11 which is then based on the current OntWiki-Realease.

Bachelor of computer science (University of Leipzig)

  • Software Engineering exercises (4 SWS)
  • Major Software Engineering project (4 SWS)
  • Deputy lecturer for Software Engineering lectures (Prof. Fähnrich)

Master of computer science (University of Leipzig)

  • Seminar Semantic Web (2 SWS)
  • Deputy lecturer for Software Management lectures (Prof. Fähnrich)