Sustainable software architecture

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Stefan Wagenpfeil

Professor of Software Engineering and IT Management at the PFH Göttingen, software architect and expert for IT

The combination of many years of project experience and the most modern and innovative topics from research and teaching is an excellent basis on which you can equip your projects with sustainable architectures.

Sustainability is playing an increasingly important role in the field of software engineering. The software development process in the company, the design of projects, the chosen software architectures, the use of certain infrastructures, technologies and components - sustainability ensures long-term investment security and projects that meet changing and growing requirements.

This requires that project goals are clearly and honestly defined, that the employees involved are appropriately trained and sensitized, that process models and technologies are chosen that support sustainability and that projects are continuously reviewed and updated. The use of future-proof and innovative components plays just as central a role here as the targeted integration of existing systems.

On this page you will find a range of information on the topic of "Sustainable Software Development", an overview of current research topics in this and related areas, access to teaching materials for the lectures from the Business Informatics | Software Engineering department at the PFH Göttingen, and current topic and task descriptions for students of computer science / business informatics.

You will also find an overview of my current activities, a contact option and the possibility to book appointments for brief meetings. I am delighted that you are interested in sustainable software architecture!

Modern Software Development with Java and JEE - A practice-oriented textbook for efficient programming

ISBN: 978-662-66581-7

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