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Seminar Real-Time Systems (Summer Semester 2015)

General Course Information:

Course Contents

The end results, inspired by the actual scientific process, will be a paper and its presentation at a mini conference with printed proceedings.  This will be achieved via the  following steps

  • choice of topic
  • literature search
  • paper outline
  • full paper
  • prepare  presentation
  • give the presentation

After each step, we will discuss the results individually with students.

Information for summer semester 2015

Some information about the course in this semester:

  • Lecturers
    • Prof. Gerhard Fohler
    • Ankit Agrawal
  • First appointment:
    • Date: April 27 3:30 PM
    • Room: 12- 401 541
  • KIS-Entry
  • Number of participants is limited

 

The work is done in several intermediate steps with regular deadlines for each step. Topics can be chosen at the first meeting.

After completing the seminar, you will get 2 certificates:
• Real-Time Systems Seminar (3 ECTS credits)
• Intro. to the Academic Scientific Publication Process (1 ECTS credit)

Contact agrawal@eit.uni-kl.de for more information.
Due to limited resources, you have to register for the seminar.

We will select the participants and send the notification whether you can take the seminar on April 24.

Register until: April 23, 2014

Please, send an email to agrawal@eit.uni-kl.de if you want to register for the seminar.

 

Lectures:

May, 11    14:30   12/401   How to write a paper

June, 22   14:30   12/401   How to give a talk

July, 23 20                              Seminar Day

For more information about the seminar, please send an email to agrawal@eit.uni-kl.de.

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