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- October 24th, 2012: Please note that the room has changed for the introductory lecture! The new room is in the TEL building, Auditorium 2, 20th floor!
This SNET project is about carrying out a whole project. A given topic will be analyzed, specified, implemented, tested and documented. These topics can vary within the following groups of related subjects:
- Mobile Computing
- Context-aware Computing
- Linked Data
- Digital Communities
- Cloud Computing
- Web Services
Depending on the topic, the project will be supervised by different SNET researchers, T-Labs employees or other guest lecturers. At the beginning of the semester, the participating students can apply for one of the specific tasks, which will be announced at the beginning of the semester in the first lecture. Then the supervisor will define groups and regular meetings with the students, explain the task and provide materials and tools. During the semester, each participant of the project has to present their topic, progress and final results in different talks.
The course is principally designed to impart
- technical skills 30%
- method skills 20%
- system skills 20%
- social skills 30%
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
Lecture||Tuesday||2.00 pm - 4.00
pm||October 30, 2012||FR
Workshop||Monday||9.00 am - 6.00
pm||January 7, 2013||FR 5047|
Workshop||Monday||9.00 am - 6.00
pm||February 11, 2013||FR
Final grades for the module will be composed of grades on partial performances within the project. The implementation (50%), documentation (30%) and presentations (20%) result in the final grade of the module. Each partial performance has to be passed.
Each topic requires different number of participants and is limited in general. 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, their experiences with object-oriented programming and their preferred topics to Sebastian Göndör  and Mathias Slawik . The deadline for registration is Friday, 26th October, 2012.
Project Topic Proposals
- Intelligent Location-based Services based on a Semantic Positioning System 
- Positioning Enabler for Location-based Social Networks 
- Decentralized Online Social Networks 
- Autonomous Dynamic Social Group Discovery 
- Service and Client Profile Repositories for Cloud Computing Services 
- Security Framework for RESTful Cloud Computing 
Literature is strongly dependent on the topic and will therefore be given during the course.
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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