S Technische Informatik - Mobile Ad-hoc Networks
The talks are based on topics that the reports will be based on. We proceed as follows. First of all each student chooses three topics of interest; one will be assigned. After research for literature and getting an overview of the topic, each student will present some in-detail information about his/her topic. Then you meet with the supervisor and discuss the focus and extend of the report. By the submission of a report that complies with the requirements of the seminar, you pass. The grade will be based on the talk (weight 1/3) and the report (weight 2/3).
|Dozent/in||Bastian Blywis, Prof. Dr. Mesut Günes|
|Institution||Institute of Computer Science|
Freie Universität Berlin
|Raum||Takustraße 9 K 40|
Time:Friday, 14:00 - 16:00
All communication regarding the organization, deadline, talks, etc is done with Bastian Blywis via firstname.lastname@example.org. In contrast, all content related questions are answered by the supervisor of the particular topic. Have a look at the topic abstracts below for the supervisors' email addresses.
- Seminar introduction
- Introduction of the supervisors
- Presentation of available topics
- Choose three topics in declining order by email
- You will receive your topic via email.
23.10.2008: "Writing a Seminar Report and Giving a Talk"
- Related Work
- Scientific Writing
- Presentation and Talk
- "Dont's", e.g. Plagiarism
20.11.2009 - 12.02.2009:
- Talks: slides have to be send to seminar manager Thursday before the talk
- Submit seminar report as PDF by email (email@example.com)
- Preparing questions for selected talk(-s)
- Seminar report
- Meeting deadlines
- Using provided templates and following formatting rules
See introduction slides