Chair for Software and Systems Engineering
Prof. Dr. Stefan Leue

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Chair for Software and Systems Engineering

Prof. Dr. Stefan Leue

Our research interests are in methods for the design of complex software and systems, with
special emphasis on formal techniques for the design of concurrent, embedded systems,
functional safety, and in the use of computational methods in systems biology and clinical

For more information on our research please visit our research pages.
If you are interested in technology transfer please visit the website of our 
Steinbeis Transfer Center 'Complex Systems Engineering at the Universtiy of Konstanz'.


  • The Directed Studies course on Software Architecture will feature three industrial guest lectures delivered by Dr. Florian Leitner-Fischer (ZF) and Dr. Ralf Bogusch (Airbus).
  • In the Winter term 2016/17, the Chair for Software and Systems Engineering will offer undergraduate and graduate courses on Software Engineering, Software Architecture, Model Checking and Process Algebra.
  • Prof. Leue will co-chair the CREST 2017 workshop to be held as a satellite event of ETAPS 2017 on April 29, 2017.
  • Prof. Leue will speak on November 2, 2016 at New York University on "Causality Checking".
  • Jannis Weiser will give a paper entitled "SysML to NuSMV model transformation via object-orientation" at the CyPhy 2016 Workshop held in Pittsburgh on October 6, 2016.

The news archive can be found here.

Upcoming Events

  • SPIN 2017, 24th International SPIN Symposium on Model Checking of Software, Santa Barbara, USA, July 13-15, 2017.
  • CREST 2017, 2nd International Workshop on Causal Reasoning for Embedded and Safety-critical Systems Technologies, April 29, 2017, Uppsala, Sweden
  • CyPhy 2016 @ ESWEEK, Pittsburgh, USA, 6 October 2016

Former Events can be found here.

Student Projects & HiWi-Jobs

We are constantly looking for students interested in bachelor or master projects in our group as well as positions as research assistants (HiWis). You can find a list of some possible topics for such projects on our Student Information Page.