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Information for Students

Lupe [1]

Winter Term 2019 / 2020

Courses
Type
Title
Credit Points
Module
Integrated Lecture
Electronic Commerce [2]
6
0433 L 700
Integrated Lecture
Digital Communities [3]
6
0433 L 707
Lecture and Exercise
Webtechnologien [4]
6
0433 L 7550
Project
Internet of Services Lab [5]
9
0433 L 709

Exams

For exams, it is required to register via the QISPOS system. The examination is rated as failed in cases of absence without valid excuse. This does not have an impact on possibly contradicting rules of the respective examination regulation.

Examination Days
Electronic Commerce
Digital Communities
Oral exams on:
  • February 17 - 21, 2020
  • Ernst - Reuter - Platz 7, 10587 Berlin, TEL Building, 18th floor
Oral exams on:
  • March 16 - 27, 2020
  • Ernst - Reuter - Platz 7, 10587 Berlin, TEL Building, 18th floor
Webtechnologien

Internet of Services Lab
Written exams on:

    • Feburary 26, 2020, 08:00 - 10:00
    • March 31, 2020, 17:00 - 19:00
    • Introductory Lecture: October 23, 2019
    • Milestone Meeting: December 18, 2019
    • Final Meeting: February 12, 2020
     

    Repeating Exams

    Prof. Dr. Axel Küpper will be available for oral exams on February 12, 2020.

    The following exams could be taken:

    • E-Commerce (second and third attempt)

    as well as last attempts for the following courses

    • Webtechnologien
    • Digitial Communities
    • Mobile Services
    • Fortgeschrittene Programmierung mit Java
    • Geschäftsprozesse

    To register for your E-Commerce exam as well as for last attempts, please contact the secretariat [6].

    If you need to repeat any exam for the first time, please contact your respective supervisors:

    • Kai Grunert [7] (Geschäftsprozesse)
    • Dr. Peter Ruppel [8] (Digitial Communities)
    • Dr. Sandro Rodriguez Garzon [9] (Mobile Service)
    • Philip Raschke [10] (Fortgeschrittene Programmierung mit Java & Webtechnologien)

    Graduate Seminar

    The graduate seminar is a forum for scientific discussions. Students have the possibility to discuss their theses amongst fellow students, graduates and the professor of SNET. In the early phase of their work, their thesis approach is discussed, while at the end the results are presented. Students who are currently working on their thesis at our chair are required to attend each of the meetings, especially if other related topics are being presented. We are also looking forward to welcoming other students who are interested in the seminar or are about to write a thesis at our chair.

    Talks, 30 October 2019

    Our next Graduate Seminar will be held on October 30, 2019 at 2.15pm in the TEL building, room TEL 20 Auditorium 2.

    Predicting the next App based on Smartphone Data
    Student                 
    Geunhye Yu
    Talk
    Master defense
    Time
    2.15
    Supervisor
    Katerina Katsarou, Felix Beierle
    Adaptive Selection of a Process Engine
    Student
    Cihan Tas
    Talk
    Bachelor Defense
    Time
    2.45
    Supervisors
    Kai Grunert
     Process Engine on Constraint Devices
    Student    
    Roman Tayupov
    Talk
    Bachelor Defense
    Time
    3.15
    Supervisor
    Kai Grunert

    Natural Language Processing for System Log Analysis
    Student   
    Parisa Razaie
    Talk
    Master Defense
    Time
    3.45
    Supervisor
    Tanja Hagemann
    Realization of a Distributed Process Engine on Android
    Student
    Linus Pfoch     

    Talk
    Bachelor Initial
    Time
    4.15
    Supervisor
    Kai Grunert
    Self-managing microservices-based sentiment analytics for market prediction
    Student                                 
    Hurair Hashmi
    Talk
    Master Inital
    Time
    4.45
    Supervisor
    Katerina Katsarou, Maria Mora Martinez, Hai Dinh Tuan

    Content dissemination strategies in decentralized communication networks
    Student                       
    Robin Papke
    Talk
    Master Initial
    Time
    5.15
    Supervisor
    Sebastian Göndör, Martin Westerkamp

    Theses Subject Areas [11]

    The Service-centric Networking group offers bachelor and master theses in three different subject areas:

    Theses Subject Areas
    Area
    Topic coordinator
    Cloud Computing
    Felix Beierle [12]
    Data Science
    Boris Lorbeer [13]
    Ubiquitous Computing
    Sebastian Zickau [14]
    Social Computing
    Sebastian Göndör [15]

    More... [16]

    Student Workers / Stud. Hilfskräfte

    • Student Research Assistant - Permanent Announcement [17]

    Office hours for students

    How to find us:

    Service-centric Networking, T-Labs, Ernst-Reuter-Platz 7, 10587 Berlin

    Please wait at the T-Labs reception on the 18th floor.

    For office hours contact:
    Prof. Dr. Axel. Küpper [18] or Kai Grunert [19].

    [20]

    TU Berlin - Service-centric Networking - TEL 19
    Ernst-Reuter-Platz 7
    10587 Berlin, Germany
    Phone: +49 30 8353 58811
    Fax: +49 30 8353 58409
    e-mail query [21]

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