SE "Master Seminar I"
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SE "Master Seminar I" for the AISP program.
- SE: FRI 7:45-10:50 in T01.
- This seminar will be taught
(in a blocked manner) at the times
- The seminar will start on 08-Oct-2021 at 7:45 sharp in T01. Please
make sure to be present in the seminar on this day since important
information on this seminar will be given!
- COVID-19 update: I plan to teach the seminar in the
class room (T01) as a continuous-assessment course. However, the
will be taught in
strict compliance with official rules and regulations. In particular, we will
follow the guidelines issued by the University's Rectorate.
Hence, details of how the seminar will be held depend on regulations that are
beyond my control.
So, please be prepared for modifications and changes to occur on short notice!
- For administrative and practical reasons, this seminar will be a large part
of my course
"Wissenschaftliche Arbeitstechniken und Präsentation"
However, it will be taught in English if AISP
students who are not fluent in German decide to take the course.
- Since WAP has three weekly hours of class whereas this seminar runs only
for two weekly hours, AISP students will be allowed
to stay away from my WAP lectures during most of January and, possibly,
from some of the December lectures. Details will be announced (some time
in early winter) in class. In any case, please note that we will conclude
this seminar -- with compulsory attendance for all AISP students! -- on
- The slides used in the seminar are available as PDF files:
All three versions are updated consistently by means of a script. (Please
let me know if you'd catch a problem that might be due to this automated
generation of these PDF files.)
Please be warned that these slides may change till the start of the
- The AISP curriculum requires you to have passed "Advanced
Mathematics for Computer Science" (VO) and "Image Processing and Imaging" (VO
and PS) before you can enroll in this seminar.
- Furthermore, the topic of one's master's thesis should have been arranged
with the thesis advisor before enrolling in this seminar.