Center for Systems Engineering
The Center for Systems Engineering (CSE) aims to shape and holistically assess the required key technologies for tomorrow’s product development process. The interlinking of individual development steps and implemented tools allows a highly iterative, agile and in part automated product development. This will result in research and establishment of Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) in many industries.
The Center is led by the scientific directors Prof. Günther Schuh, Prof. Georg Jacobs and Prof. Bernhard Rumpe and was initialized by the Laboratory for Machine Tools and Production Engineering (WZL), the Institut for Machine Elements and the Chair for Software Engineering (SE).
With the final conference of the consortial benchmarking study Model-Based Systems Engineering, the five Successful Practice companies AVL List GmbH, John Deere GmbH &…
The Systems Engineering Congress had its second round in 2020, November 04th / 05th. The topic of “Integrated model-based product development” was discussed.