Advanced Community Information Systems

December 3rd, 2021

We are using state-of-the-art techniques of software engineering for the specifications of requirements, design, and for implementation. We practice teamwork techniques and use high-end hardware and software. For our group communication, we use the BSCW system and Moodle (prior TikiWiki).


Meetings are subject to actual announcements. In the meetings, we discuss ongoing work, thesis work, and actual research in the fields.

How can you contribute?

We are always looking for bright students in the areas of

      • relational & XML & non-relational databases
      • web & p2p programming JavaScript, Java
      • peer-to-peer and Web service programming
      • open-source development
      • (mobile) cloud computing & virtualization
      • near-real-time web engineering (XMPP, WebRTC), widget engineering

    For participation in the working group, there is a strong commitment on both sides. We can organize participation as paid student work leading to bachelor and master thesis work. Please feel free to contact us under