Seminar and project organisation
- become acquainted with a specific topic from the respective field
- review scientific literature
- prepare and give a comprehensive presentation of a specific topic supported by media
- discuss a scientific topic
- investigate, design, implement, and evaluate algorithms and methods in the respective area
- review, analyze and benchmark algorithms and procedures
- apply an object oriented programming language (e.g. Python or C++)
- become acquainted with and apply existing software libraries
- apply development, source code management and testing tools
Requirements for certificate
- Intermediate presentation/demonstration of state and initial results and discussion round (10 minutes + 5 minutes questions)
- Final presentation and discussion round (20 minutes + 5 minutes questions)
- Attendance of and contribution to all meetings
- Seminar: report (survey paper) (4-8 pages) introducing the topic, describing the studied approach and discussing it (e.g. what are advantages/disadvantages, what are the requirements, under which conditions are good/bad results to be expected, what could be extensions/improvements, etc.).
- Project: report describing the project (2-6 pages) and documented source code and data. The paper should be a scientific paper (no source code description), i.e. introduce the problem, your requirements, describe the approach, evaluate it.
- All materials (presentation, report, documented source code, data,...) should be submitted latest at the day of the final presentation (unless otherwise agreed upon with the individual supervisor), either via a USB stick, email, or by providing a download link.
- For presentations, please use the provided Powerpoint template.
- For the report, use the seminar template provided by the university.
- Evaluation criteria