Mon 26 Oct 2015 10:30 - 11:00 at Ellwood 1 - Session 2 Chair(s): Eli Tilevich

Developing large-scale complex systems in student projects is not common, due to various constraints like available time, student team sizes, or maximal complexity. However, we succeeded to design a project that was of high complexity and comparable to real world projects. The execution of the project and the results were both successful in terms of quality, scope, and student/teacher satisfaction.

In this experience report we describe how we combined a variety of principles and properties in the project design and how these have contributed to the success of the project. This might help other educators with setting up student projects of comparable complexity which are similar to real world projects.

Mon 26 Oct

10:30 - 12:00: SPLASH-E - Session 2 at Ellwood 1
Chair(s): Eli TilevichVirginia Tech
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Christian KöppeHAN University of Applied Sciences, Leo PruijtHogeschool Utrecht
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Andrew RichardsonUniversity of British Columbia , Mira LeungUniversity of British Columbia, Jordan ElderUniversity of British Columbia
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Stephan KruscheTechnische Universität München, Bernd BrueggeTU Munich