STUPRO is a University software project we have been working on during the last year. This project is part of the Bachelor program “Software Engineering” at University of Stuttgart. The Team Our team consisted of Adrian Zeyfang, André Wruszczak, Jan Machnik, Jan Tagscherer, Jonas Auer, Karl-Heinz Theil, Larissa Laich, Marcel Warbeck, Paul Dieterich, Tobias Beeh and me:   The Project During the project we developed “Kronos“, which is an extension on top of the open-source project Paraview. The goal of this project was to visualize different data-sources on a globe-view including earth-texture. Kronos is capable to import and visualize many different data-sets. They are described in the following abstracts. Terrainvisualization of Earth The earth is the center part of Kronos. It can be visualized as 3D-globe or as flat 2D-map. All additional data-sets are rendered on top of this globe. Visualizing Data-Sets[…]

SoPra (software practical) is part of my Bachelor program “Software Engineering” at the department of our Professor Stefan Wagner. Together with two other students I had to realize a software project within one semester. This year’s assignment was to create a Java-tool that supports tournaments for card-based games. But developing the tool was not everything – like in a real software-projects different documents like an offer, specification, system draft, project plan, test protocol needed to be created. Our team consisted of Larissa Laich, Josef Mair and me. Naming our Product Our software is named “NICHTS” (which means “NOTHING” in German) and stands for “Neue innovative clevere hilfreiche Turnier-Software” (“New innovative clever helpful tournament software”). The naming of a product is very important – people will remember the name when they[…]