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Summer Semester 2012

Computer Networks

Computer Networks

Computer Networks - introduction to communication technology, Internet, and Web
The use of modern information technology and networked computer systems has spread to almost all areas of everyday life. The course covers the underlying concepts and principles of telematics as well as the basics of computer networks' design.

Lecture: Thursday, 11:30-13:00, 1/305 - Tutorial: Monday, 13:45-15:15 , 1/368a 1/201 | Monday, 17:15-18:45, 1/205

Security of Distributed Systems

Security of Distributed Systems

Sicherheit Verteilter Systeme
The course focuses of the problem of security in computer networks and application systems connected to those. Various attack possibilities and vulnerabilities will be demonstrated in order to discuss the according security concepts.

Lecture: Thursday, 17:15-18:45, 1/367a 1/346 - Tutorial: Wednesday, 15.30-17:00, 1/205

Management of Distributed Systems

Management of Distributed Systems

Management Verteilter Systeme
The course deals with architectures, models, principles, protocols and tools for managing and monitoring distributed systems, as well as their operation approaches. To this end, both technical solutions and appropriate management strategies are considered.

Lecture: Thursday, 13:45-15:15, 1/367a - Tutorial: varying

Proseminar Web Engineering (for Bachelor students)

Proseminar Web Engineering (for Bachelor students)

The seminar is concerned with the topic of Current Trends in Web Engineering.

Hauptseminar Web Engineering (for Bachelor students)

Hauptseminar Web Engineering (for Bachelor students)

The seminar is concerned with the topic of Current Trends in Web Engineering.

Seminar Web Engineering (for Master students)

Seminar Web Engineering (for Master students)

The seminar is concerned with the topic of Current Trends in Web Engineering.

Winter Semester 2012/2013

XML Tools

XML Tools

In the future: XML
eXtensible Markup Language (XML) is the basis of a number of developments in the World Wide Web. The course provides a basic introduction to XML and its applications in different contexts of distributed systems.

Design of Distributed Systems

Design of Distributed Systems

Entwurf Verteilter Systeme
The course provides an introduction to the "Web phenomenon" and development of distributed applications and systems. The focus here lies on the development process and evolution, i.e. the continuous development of the underlying requirements, architectures and technologies.

Protocols of Distributed Systems

Protocols of Distributed Systems

In the future: Software Service Engineering
Recently, computer and communication networks have developed into an efficient work tool, a universal source of information and a nearly ubiquitous communication medium. Basic approaches, concepts and principles of modern communication and computer networks will be explored in-depth.

Architecture of Distributed Systems

Architecture of Distributed Systems

In the future: Social Media & Web Science
In order to achieve organisational objectives, IT systems have to be not only adaptable and flexible, but also behave in an integrated and self-organising way. The course provides thorough and comprehensive knowledge of aspects, description Approaches, principles and technologies required by an architect for planning and realisation of such a system.

Proseminar Web Engineering (for Bachelor students)

Proseminar Web Engineering (for Bachelor students)

The seminar is concerned with the topic of Current Trends in Web Engineering.

Hauptseminar Web Engineering (for Bachelor students)

Hauptseminar Web Engineering (for Bachelor students)

The seminar is concerned with the topic of Current Trends in Web Engineering.

Seminar Web Engineering (for Master students)

Seminar Web Engineering (for Master students)

The seminar is concerned with the topic of Current Trends in Web Engineering.

Practical Course Web Engineering

Practical Course Web Engineering

The Practical Course Web Engineering mainly deals with software engineering for component- and service-oriented architectures. In the first tasks the basic areas for understanding of servers and browsers are developed, whereby the data, interaction, navigation, presentation, communication and processing aspects are handled. In the second half of the Practical Course a big project is carried out to deepen knowledge on the complete lifecycle and project process as a whole. Similarly to many tasks, this requires teamwork.


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Once a week, VSR students join at an informal Learning and Knowledge Sharing (LAKS) meeting.
As the name suggests, participants use the meeting to share their experiences and discuss common technical challenges.
The meeting usually takes place on Wednesday, 10:00h, in room 1/B203 Campusfinder. See also: Student Projects

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