AG Technische Informatik

Proseminar Technische Informatik

The Proseminar Technische Informatik expands on other Bachelor-level lectures with focus on technical computer science. Students pick a topic related to current technology and/or partially covered in the previous lectures and write a report (8-12 A4 pages including figures and references) discussing corresponding questions. At the end of the term, the participants present their results in the form a short talk (30 minutes + 15 minutes Q&A) in a meeting. This course places special emphasis on dealing competently with academic and primary literature, structure and legibility of the report, and the style of the presentation (50% of final grade). During the term, there will be deadlines for status reports, but no weekly meetings of the complete seminar group.

(19510b)

Typ

Proseminar

Dozent/in

Prof. Dr. Marcel Kyas

Institution

Institute of Computer Science

Freie Universität Berlin

Semester

WS 10/11

Veranstaltungsumfang

2

Leistungspunkte

3

Raum

Takustraße 9

SR 053

Zeit

Time: Thursdays, 10-12

Voraussetzungen

  • Talk
  • Preparing questions for selected talk(-s)
  • Reviewing two papers
  • Seminar report
  • Meeting deadlines
  • Using provided templates and following formatting rules
 PS Technische Informatik

Lecturer: Marcel Kyas

Location: Takustr. 9, SR 053

Time:Thursdays, 10-12

ECTS-Credits: 3 (2 SWS)

Prerequisites:

KVV page

Content

The Proseminar Technische Informatik expands on other Bachelor-level lectures with focus on technical computer science. Students pick a topic related to current technology and/or partially covered in the previous lectures and write a report (8-12 A4 pages including figures and references) discussing corresponding questions. At the end of the term, the participants present their results in the form a short talk (30 minutes + 15 minutes Q&A) in a meeting. This course places special emphasis on dealing competently with academic and primary literature, structure and legibility of the report, and the style of the presentation (50% of final grade). During the term, there will be deadlines for status reports, but no weekly meetings of the complete seminar group.

Communication

All communication happens via the learning management system

Schedule

The tentative schedule, there may still be changes.

Date Speaker Topic
21.10.2010 M. Kyas Introduction of Supervisors
Presentation of topics
28.10.2010 M. Kyas How to write a research report and give a talk
04.11.2010  M. Kyas Reviewing and editing papers
02.12.2010 Jakub Ludma
Hasan Gürcan
Power Consumption in Smart Phones
Attract Attackers: Virtual Honeyclients for Mobile Devices
09.12.2010 Christian Pfahl
Alpin Mete Sahin
E-Pad or Not?
USB `3.0 makes happy?
16.12.2010 Josephine Bernholz
Alexander Zelt
Dynamic Memory Management for Real-Time Systems
Smoothing and Filtering Measurements
06.01.2010 Steven Reim
Jan Draegert
The ARM Architecture
GPS and How it works
13.01.2011 Cenk Gündogan
Simon Hohberg
The synchronous approach to hardware and software design
Test Driven Development in Embedded Systems
20.01.2011 Franz Müller
Florian Ruhland
Ksplice and other reprogramming methods
In-Appilication Programming
27.01.2011 John Andert
Patrick Schuhmacher
Basic Concepts of Dependable Computing
Redundancy in Dependable Computing
03.02.2011 Michael Kraus
Tillman Kraus
Basic Concepts of Performability Analysis
Introduction to Stochastic Petri Nets
10.02.2011 Marcin Nawrocki
Ferdinand Probst
Security Mechanisms in Android
The direct cost of virtual function calls
17.02.2011 Zhang Yang
Daniel Lopez Garcia
GPS and How it works II
.Net Micro Framework vs. Jazelle
  • 22.10.2010:
    • Choose topics in by using the LMS
  • 27.10.2010:
    • You will receive your topic via email.
  • 28.10.2008: "Writing a Seminar Report and Giving a Talk"
    • Related Work
    • Scientific Writing
    • Presentation and Talk
    • "Dont's", e.g. Plagiarism
  • 04.11.2010: Reviewing and editing
  • 25.11.2010-03.02.2011:
    • Submit a first version of your slides for peer reviewing as PDF through the learning management system three days before the actual talk
    • See above for the presentation schedule
  • 25.11.2010: Submit your first version of the report for reviewing
  • 16.12.2010: Submit your review reports
  • 17.02.2011: Submit final version of your seminar report as PDF through the learning management system

Requirements

  • Talk
  • Preparing questions for selected talk(-s)
  • Reviewing two papers
  • Seminar report
  • Meeting deadlines
  • Using provided templates and following formatting rules

Topics

See introduction slides

Links and Hints

Templates