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Teaching

To be a software engineer you have to learn amongst other things how to model, program, and test software. To create excellent software you have to understand the users of your software. This is what you can learn by attending our courses.

The Code of Conduct applies to all our courses.

Current term: Winter 2020/21

Lecture with Exercise: Data Visualization (Block Course) M.Sc.
Lecture with Exercise: Human-Centered Data Science M.Sc.
Software Project: Coding IxD (Cancelled) B.Sc. & M.Sc.
Proseminar: Interactive Intelligent Systems B.Sc.
Seminar: Critical Social Media Analysis Using Mixed Methods M.Sc.
Research Seminar: Human-Centered Computing B.Sc. & M.Sc.

Next term: Summer 2021

Summer 2021 is a research semester for Prof. Dr. Müller-Birn. Therefore, the course "ALP IV: Non-sequential and distributed programming" is provided by Barry Linnert. The software project "Coding Openness" does not take place. We will also not offer any seminars during the summer term.
Lecture with Exercise: Human-Computer Interaction (I) B.Sc.

Overview

  B.Sc M.Sc Winter Summer
Lectures with Exercise        
HCI I: Human-Computer Interaction I (2+2 SWS)  ✓      ✓
ALP IV: Non-sequential and distributed programming (4+2 SWS)  ✓      ✓
Data Visualization (2+2 SWS)    ✓  ✓  
Human-Centered Data Science (2+2 SWS)    ✓  ✓  
Software Projects        
Coding Openness (2 SWS)  ✓  ✓    ✓
Coding IxD (2 SWS)  ✓  ✓  ✓  
Seminars        
Proseminar: Interactive Intelligent Systems (2 SWS)  ✓    ✓  
Seminar: Critical Social Media Analysis Using Mixed Methods (2 SWS)    ✓  ✓  
Seminar: Human-Centered Machine Learning (2 SWS)    ✓    ✓
Research Seminar: Human-Centered Computing (2 SWS)  ✓  ✓  ✓  ✓

Past terms