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Exam Review
2021-01-20
Exam Review

The exam reviews for the Winter Semester 2019/2020 and Summer semester 2020 will take place on 27.01.2021 at 14:00-17:00 and 01.02.2021 at 14:00-17:00. Please note, the exam reviews will ONLY be possible for students who have already registered for it in advance. Please use the following BBB link for entering the session https://webroom.hrz.tu-chemnitz.de/gl/seb-gop-rr6-qkz. When you click on this link, you will be placed in a waiting room, which states “Wait until the moderator gives you permission”. This is a first come first service procedure. Be patient and do NOT refresh the page several times because this will lead you to the end of the queue. Don’t worry if there is no change in the waiting room status for some time! Once it is your turn, the moderator will let you in the BBB-room automatically.

Once, you are in the BBB room, select participation with microphone and provide your webcam, and please prepare your student ID. After successful ID check, you will be placed in a breakout room by the moderator where the review itself will take place. You will have maximum 10 minutes to review each exam.

Only participate in the exam review if you agree with the following conditions:
1. Ensure a quiet and undisturbed environment. Sounds such as music or television are not permitted.
2. Communication with any other person by any means is forbidden!
3. Taking screenshots, notes, photos of the exam questions are strictly forbidden.
4. Programs such as Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Communication programs such as Skype, Whatsapp, Telegram, etc are strictly forbidden.
5. You are only allowed to have the Big Blue Button session open.

If you violate the online exam review rules, the exam review will end immediately.

If you don’t get a chance to review your exam on the first scheduled timeslot please try again on the next scheduled date.

Happy Holidays and a good start into 2021
2020-12-23
Happy Holidays and a good start into 2021

The entire VSR team wishes you as our business partner, colleague or student relaxing Christmas holidays and a good start into the New Year 2021.

Our lectures and tutorials will regularly continue in a virtual format in calendar week 1 beginning on 4 January 2021.

Courses

Winter Semester 2020/2021

Planspiel Web Engineering

Planspiel Web Engineering

The Planspiel Web Engineering.

Main meeting: Wednesday, 11:30 - 13:00, via Zoom.
Additional session: Monday, 17:15 - 20:30, via Zoom.
Additional session: Tuesday, 17:15 - 20:30, via Zoom.

Software Service Engineering

Software Service Engineering

Former: Protocols of Distributed Systems
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.

Lecture: Tuesday, 09:15 - 10:45, via Zoom.
Tutorial: Monday, 15:30 - 17:00, via Zoom.
Tutorial: Wednesday, 15:30 - 17:00, via Zoom.
Tutorial: Thursday, 11:30 - 13:00, via Zoom.

Design of Distributed Systems

Design of Distributed Systems

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.

Lecture: Tuesday, 13:45 - 15:15, via Zoom.
Tutorial: Wednesday, 09:15 - 10:45, via BBB.
Tutorial: Wednesday, 17:15 - 18:45, via BBB.
Tutorial: Friday, 09:15 - 10:45, via BBB.

XML

XML

Former: XML Tools
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.

Lecture: Tuesday, 15:30 - 17:00, via Zoom.
Tutorial: Monday, 15:30 - 17:00, via BBB.
Tutorial: Thursday, 15:30 - 17:00, via BBB.
Tutorial: Friday, 13:45 - 15:15, via BBB.

Current Trends in Web Engineering

Current Trends in Web Engineering

Former: Social Media & Web Science/Architecture of Distributed Systems
Social media and social networks in the sense of cross-border networks change our perception of communication structures and induce social, economic and political changes. The module explores the basic aspects of social networks and social media as well as web science. Architectural aspects, system theory and emergence-related phenomena such as self-organisation will be covered.

Lecture: Wednesday, 07:30 - 09:00, via Zoom.
Tutorial: Thursday, 13:45 - 15:15.

Mobile Geräte

Mobile Geräte

Nowadays, almost everyone uses mobile devices such as laptops, tablet PCs or cell phones. Some of these have design objectives (e.g. minimal energy consumption) and characteristics (e.g. touch screen) that differ from those of classic computers.The lecture explores these devices and their structure, organization and function.

Lecture: Monday, 11:30 - 13:00, via BBB.

Pro-/Haupt-/Forschungs-/Seminar Web Engineering

Pro-/Haupt-/Forschungs-/Seminar Web Engineering

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

500170 Forschungspraktikum / 500290 Teamorientiertes Praktikum

500170 Forschungspraktikum / 500290 Teamorientiertes Praktikum

The practical courses deal mainly with software engineering for component- and service-oriented architectures. The Teamorientiertes Praktikum covers planning and implementation of a complex project using state-of-the-art Web technologies. In the Forschungspraktikum module participants study literature on current research-relevant topics and devise a solution to one concrete problem statement.

Summer Semester 2020

553050 Cloud & Web Applications (former Management of Distributed Systems)

553050 Cloud & Web Applications (former Management of Distributed Systems)

Cloud & Web Anwendungen (ehem. 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: Tuesday, 09:15-10:45, via BBB
Tutorial: Wednesday, 15:30 - 17:00

553110 Computer Networks

553110 Computer Networks

Rechnernetze
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: Tuesday, 11:30-13:00, via BBB
Tutorial: Wednesday, 09:15-10:45, via BBB
Tutorial: Thursday, 09:30-11:00, via BBB
Tutorial: Thursday, 15:30-17:00, via BBB

553130 Security of Distributed Software (former Security of Distributed Systems)

553130 Security of Distributed Software (former Security of Distributed Systems)

Sicherheit Verteilter Software (ehem. 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: Tuesday, 13:45-15:15, via BBB
Tutorial: Wednesday, 13:45-15:15
Tutorial: Friday, 13:45-15:15

500170 Forschungspraktikum / 500290 Teamorientiertes Praktikum

500170 Forschungspraktikum / 500290 Teamorientiertes Praktikum

The practical courses deal mainly with software engineering for component- and service-oriented architectures. The Teamorientiertes Praktikum covers planning and implementation of a complex project using state-of-the-art Web technologies. In the Forschungspraktikum module participants study literature on current research-relevant topics and devise a solution to one concrete problem statement.

Vorbereitungsseminar Planspiel Web Engineering

Vorbereitungsseminar Planspiel Web Engineering

The seminar is concerned with topics of Web Engineeringin preperation for the Planspiel.


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