Important Dates

Full Paper
Submission Deadline:

16 March 2018

Extended Paper Submission Deadline:
26 March 2018

Notification to authors:
16 April 2018

Camera ready version:
7 May 2018

Author Registration and Payment Deadline:
14 May 2018

Conference dates:
14 and 15 June 2018


General chair
Jürgen Mottok

Dieter Landes
Hans Gruber

Program Committee

Jörg Abke
Jürgen Börstler
Philipp Brune
Mark Cieliebak
Ernesto Damiani
Marcus Deininger
Georg Hagel
Martin Hobelsberger
Eileen Kraemer
Martin Kropp
Matthias Längrich
Thomas Lehmann
Vaclav Matousek
Susana Muñoz Hernández
Arnold Pears
Volkhard Pfeiffer
Kerstin Raudonat
Maria-Ribera Sancho
Jörn Schlingensiepen
Peter Sommerlad
Friedhelm Stappert
Thanwadee Sunetnanta
Nasseh Tabrizi
Ye Tao
Ramin Tavakoli Kolagari
Horia-Nicolai Teodorescu
Amir Tomer
Gero Wedemann
Goetz Winterfeldt
Christian Wolff


Learning of Software Engineering - Registered Association

Christof Arn

Prof. Dr. Dr. Christof Arn wrote his PhD-Thesis on transfer from theory into practice in case of ethics. Since then he has worked as an ethics expert for many hospitals, clinics and other organizations. In a cooperation with the University of Applied Sciences of Northeastern Switzerland he has developed and co-led a major curriculum on ethics in organizations. That way he developed his passion for education. From 2010 to 2018 he ran the Center for Learning and Teaching at the University of Applied Sciences in Lucerne. During this time he lighted on "agile teching", tested and discussed this point of view and finally tought it as a concept of education. His book on agile teaching in higher educaton ("Agile Hochschuldidaktik", Beltz-Junventa) combines theory and practice, as he always likes both in combination. He's now self-employed as ethicist and learning and teaching expert for many universities. ( | His hobbies are playing senior soccer, art, linux and coding.

Keynote: From Agile Software Development to Agile Teaching: educational forms and methods in times of digital transformation

Agileness feels like the opposite of teaching. If we really want to prepare our students for the VUCA-World, the two should intermingle. Agile Software Development may inspire: Agile teaching is possible! It is the new and future paradigm (which should not replace the current paradigm of detailed planed teaching, but see it as sparring partner). Well: Simply said, not easily done. Therefore: Come to this keynote speech to find out how to start your first experiments with this teaching practice. Or, if you are already practicing it, to find out what could be your next steps to achieve mastery in #agileteaching.

Christian Wolff

Prof. Dr. Christian Wolff (born 1966) has been professor for media informatics at the University of Regensburg since 2003. After his Ph. D. thesis, in which he designed an interactive retrieval frontend for factual data (1994, University of Regensburg), he worked as an assistant professor at the Computer Science Department of the University of Leipzig from 1994 to 2001. In 2002, he became professor for media informatics at the Chemnitz University of Technology.
As an information and computer scientist, he has a long record of research in information retrieval, usability and software engineering, and digital (multi)media. Currently, there is a strong focus on new interaction technologies like eye tracking or multitouch and gestural interaction in his group. In addition, he is working on models for information literacy and their relationship with information behaviour.




Bernd Brügge