Global Software Engineering (GloSE)

The goal of the GloSE project is to design methodical and technical support to organize, manage, and execute distributed software projects. Special focus lies on processes and information flows extending across locations, as well as documents and information items in globally distributed development projects. Our vision is to allow lightweight collaboration between organizations: a participating organization can work with its well established processes, artifact types, and culture with only marginal changes. Thus, the organization’s experience and individual strengths is fully available in the joint project [1].

Our research has lead to a number of interesting insights and results in the following areas:

Glose-Publications

  • 2009
  • [1] Christian Bartelt, Manfred Broy, Christoph Herrmann, Eric Knauss, Marco Kuhrmann, Andreas Rausch, Bernhard Rumpe, Kurt Schneider: Orchestration of Global Software Engineering Projects, In Proceedings of the Third International Workshop on Tool Support and Requirements Management in Distributed Projects (REMIDI '09), pages 332-337, Limerick, Ireland, 2009, Bibtex. Abstract.
  • 2010
  • [2] Sebastian Meyer, Eric Knauss, Kurt Schneider: Distributing a Lean Organization: Maintaining Communication while Staying Agile, In P. Abrahamsson and N. Oza, Proceedings of the First International Conference on Lean Enterprise Software and Systems (LESS '10), pages 99-103, Helsinki, 2010, Bibtex. Abstract.
  • 2011
  • [3] Constanze Deiters, Christoph Herrmann, Roland Hildebrandt, Eric Knauss, Marco Kuhrmann, Andreas Rausch, Bernhard Rumpe, Kurt Schneider: GloSE-Lab: Teaching Global Software Engineering, In Proceedings of 6th IEEE International Conference on Global Software Engineering (ICGSE '11), Helsinki, Finland, 2011, Bibtex.
  • [4] Kai Stapel, Eric Knauss, Kurt Schneider, Nico Zazworka: FLOW Mapping: Planning and Managing Communication in Distributed Teams, In Proceedings of 6th IEEE International Conference on Global Software Engineering (ICGSE '11), pages 190-199, Helsinki, Finland, 2011, Bibtex. Abstract. PDF herunterladen
  • [5] Anna Averbakh, Eric Knauss, Olga Liskin: An Experience Base with Rights Management for Global Software Engineering, In Proceedings of 11th International Conference on Knowledge Management and Knowledge Technologies (i-KNOW '11), Graz, Austria, 2011, Bibtex. Abstract.