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Online Social Networks Project (ST 2012)

News

  • First lecture of the Online Social Networks Project is on 24th of April 2012.

Description

The module consists of two parts – a seminar and a practical project. The participants start with getting familiar with their assigned topics within the research area of social networks and preparing an extended presentation (20 minutes) about fundamentals and a live demonstration in actual software, as well as a written report (6 pages in English).

Topics include, but are not limited to:

  • Fundamentals of Online Social Networks
  • Mobile Services and Applications (Android)
  • Trends in Mobile Communities
  • Technologies and Standards for Social Networks
  • Integration of 3rd Party APIs and Mashups

During the project, the team will cope with fundamental topics in practice, such as software design and implementation, interfaces and software development processes. The project tasks will also be in the research area of social networks and mobile applications.

Target Group

This compulsory course (Wahlpflichtfach) addresses Bachelor, Master and Diploma students of

  • Computer Science (Informatik)
  • Computer Engineering (Technische Informatik)
  • Business Informatics (Wirtschaftsinformatik)
  • Compulsory Elective in other degree programs possible if course is not full

Schedule

Schedule and Location
Type
Day of week
Time
Start/End date
Location
Lecture
Tuesday
2.00 pm - 4.00 pm
April 24, 2012 - July 10, 2012
FR 5047
Seminar Expert Talks
Monday
9.00 am - 5.00 pm
June 25, 2012
FR 5047
Project Block
Monday - Friday
9.00 am - 6.00 pm
July 30, 2012 - August 10, 2012
FR 5018
Final Presentation
Friday
5.00 pm - 6.00 pm
August 10, 2012
FR 5047

Examination

Final grades for the module will be composed of grades on partial performances of the seminar and project. As a prerequisite, each partial performance has to be passed to successfully finish the whole module. Basis for grading is the following evaluation scheme:

  • Seminar speech 15%
  • Seminar report 25%
  • Participation in project 20%
  • Implementation 30%
  • Project documentation 10%

After being accepted as participant, all students have to register at their examination authority to take part in the exams. Otherwise no grades can be given for this course.

Application

Students with substantial knowledge of Java or another object-oriented programming language can register for this course by sending an email including name, field of study, semester and their experiences with object-oriented programming to and .

Recommended Reading

  • Ed Burnette, Hello, Android: Introducing Google's Mobile Development Platform, Pragmatic Programmers, 3rd Edition (August 2010), ISBN-10: 1934356565
  • Arno Becker, Marcus Pant, Android 2: Grundlagen und Programmierung, Dpunkt Verlag, 2. Auflage (Mai 2010), ISBN-10: 3898646777

Seminar Paper

The papers of this year's seminar can be downloaded here:

SOA and its Usage in Mobile Services; written by José María Márquez Toro
Linked Data - Overview and Usage in Social Networks; written by Gustavo Garcia Valdez
Android Internals - Services and Threads; written by Philipp Herman
How Applications become Social; written by Georgi Kikilingovski
The Play Framework; written by Peter Kolbe
Continuous Integration and Testing for Android; written by Michael Geiss

Completed Projects

Here's an overview of projects, which have been completed by our students so far:

  • ST 2012 - MuseMe developed by Gustavo Garcia Valdez, José María Márquez Toro, Philipp Herman, Peter Kolbe, Michael Geiss, Georgi Kikilingovski
  • WT 2011/2012 - DroidRPG developed by Simon Burkard, Safaa Dawoud, Eric Neidhardt, Jinjin Li, Thomas Graf, Boxuan Li, Tom Priebe, Rene Wiesel, Michael Dazer, Robin Henniges, Florian Kazmierzak, Lorenz Lehmann
  • ST 2011 - TrackMyTrip developed by Jonas Geistert, Stefan Piotrowski, Jose Luis Medina Burgos, Niklas Schmücker, Jose Antonio Escobar Garcia, Bersant Deva, Ferit Topcu, Jinjin Li, Thomas Renner, Boxuan Li, Daniar Asanov
  • WT 2010/2011 - Zeitgeist developed by Dieter Eberle, Denis Huber, Constantin Schmidt, Jonas Willaredt
  • ST 2010 - WiesnApp developed by Sahil Sachdeva, Andreas Schmidt-Dannert, Hendika Sugiharto

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