Software Lab is a master seminar over a period of two semesters. For this seminar, the students work together in groups of three on a specific research topic, supervised by research/teaching assistants. In many cases, the topics arise from engineering practice and are executed and supervised in cooperation with the industry. The core idea of this course is to let the students implement a piece of software that is part of typical engineering applications in order to confront them with typical questions from computational problem-solving of real-world problems. Three presentations/reviews are equally distributed over the working period to show progress and drawbacks and to present and discuss the results. For detailed information about the course please consult the Guidelines . You can also find here the Intro Slides (registration in TUMOnline is only possible from 15th March, before that, only registration in the link below is necessary).
Please follow the link to the >registration here<. (link available until Sunday, February 12th - 11:59 pm (GMT+1)).
You can review the topics by looking at the compilation of the offered >Projects 2023 here<.
- Projects 2022
- Projects 2021
- Projects 2020
- Projects 2019
- Projects 2018
- Projects 2017
- Projects 2016
- Projects 2015
- Projects 2014
- Projects 2013
- Projects 2012
- Projects 2011
Presentation of project topics
Deadline for registration/topic selection
Announcement of project teams
|Group A and Group B|
|First Review||TBA . Approx. first week of May|
|Second Review||TBA. Approx. first two weeks of July|
|Third Review||TBA. Approx. last two weeks of November|
|Name||Miguel A. Vega Torres M.Sc.|
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