Computer Networks

About Course: Computer Networks (CO20-320301) Semester: Spring 2019 Instructor: Jürgen Schönwälder TA: Malte Granderath TA: Aavash Shrestha Class: Monday, 09:45-11:00, Lecture Hall Research I Class: Friday, 09:45-11:00, Lecture Hall Research I Office: Monday, 11:15-12:30 (Research I, Room 87) Start: 2019-02-04 Content The course discusses network protocols in some depth in order to enable students to understand the core issues involved in network protocol design. Fundamental algorithms and principles are explained in the context of existing IEEE / Internet protocols in order to demonstrate how they are applied in real-world scenarios.

CS Bachelor Project and Thesis

About Course: Project Computer Science (CA10-320305) Course: Thesis Computer Science (CA10-320306) Semester: Fall 2018 Semester: Spring 2019 Instructor: Peter Baumann Instructor: Andreas Birk Instructor: Horst Karl Hahn Instructor: Herbert Jaeger Instructor: Szymon Krupinski Instructor: Kinga Lipskoch Instructor: Francesco Maurelli Instructor: Jürgen Schönwälder Prerequisites: Two CS core modules passed Timeline Project topic/supervisor selection (campus track) 2018-09-21 (Friday) Project topic/supervisor selection (world track) 2019-02-04 (Monday) Presentations 2019-05-13 (Monday) Presentations 2019-05-14 (Tuesday) Bachelor thesis submission 2019-05-17 (Friday) Materials Doing research in computer science usually starts with a lot of reading and learning.

Secure and Dependable Systems

About Course: Secure and Dependable Systems (CO21-320203) Semester: Spring 2019 Instructor: Jürgen Schönwälder TA: Milen Vitanov TA: Aditya Dandekar Class: Tuesday, 14:15-15:30, Lecture Hall Research I Class: Thursday, 14:15-15:30, East Hall 4 Office: Monday, 11:15-12:30 (Research I, Room 87) Start: 2019-02-05 Content This course introduces formal methods for analyzing and assuring safety and security of software systems. The course starts off with a clarification of concepts such as dependability, quality, safety, and security of software systems, and how to achieve them in the software development process.

Introduction to Computer Science

About Course: Introduction to Computer Science (CH08-320101) Semester: Fall 2018 Instructor: Jürgen Schönwälder TA: Jonas Bayer (Group D) TA: Marco David (Group E) TA: Dung Tri Huynh (Group B) TA: Irsida Mana (Group C) TA: Abhik Pal (Group A) Class: Tuesday, 08:15-09:30 (Lecture Hall Research II) Class: Tuesday, 09:45-11:00 (Lecture Hall Research II) Class: Thursday, 11:15-12:30 (Lecture Hall Research II) Midterm: Tuesday, 2018-10-30, 08:15-09:30 (Campus Center, east wing and west wing) Final: Thursday, 2018-12-20, 16:00-18:00 (SCC Hall 3+4) Office: Monday, 11:15-12:30 (Research I, Room 87) Start: 2018-09-04 Content The course covers the fundamental concepts and techniques of computer science in a bottom-up manner.

Operating Systems

About Course: Operating Systems (CO20-320202) Semester: Fall 2018 Instructor: Jürgen Schönwälder TA: Milen Asenov Vitanov (Group B) TA: Fanlin Wang (Group A) Class: Thursday, 15:45-17:00 (Lecture Hall Research II) Class: Friday, 14:15-15:30 (West Hall 5, Lecture Hall Research III) Final: Friday, 2018-12-14, 12:30-14:30 (CNLH) Office: Monday, 11:15-12:30 (Research I, Room 87) Start: 2018-09-06 Content This course provides an introduction to the concepts underlying operating systems. Students will develop an understanding how operating systems realize a virtual machine that can be used to execute multiple concurrent application programs.

Student Project and Thesis Topics (2018/2019)

Below is a collection of ideas for student projects. Some are half-backed, some are not even written down. If you are interested in systems-oriented computer science, talk to me in person. In general I expect that students have a solid understanding of operating systems and computer networks and that they are able to handle programming tasks well. Soundification of Status Information This is a topic for someone interested in computer generated sounds.

CS Bachelor Project and Thesis

About Course: Project Computer Science (CA10-320305) Course: Thesis Computer Science (CA10-320306) Semester: Fall 2017 Semester: Spring 2018 Instructor: Peter Baumann Instructor: Andreas Birk Instructor: Horst Karl Hahn Instructor: Herbert Jaeger Instructor: Kinga Lipskoch Instructor: Jürgen Schönwälder Instructor: Michael Sedlmair Prerequisites: Two CS core modules passed Timeline Introduction 2017-09-11 (Monday) Project topic/supervisor selection (campus track) 2017-09-18 (Monday) Project topic/supervisor selection (world track) 2018-02-02 (Friday) Presentations 2018-05-14 (Monday) Presentations 2018-05-15 (Tuesday) Bachelor thesis submission 2018-05-16 (Wednesday) Materials Doing research in computer science usually starts with a lot of reading and learning.

Computer Networks

About Course: Computer Networks (CO20-320301) Semester: Spring 2018 Instructor: Jürgen Schönwälder TA: Alexandru-Mihai Glontaru TA: Alexandru Hambasan Class: Monday, 09:45-11:00, Seminar Room RLH Class: Friday, 11:15-12:30, Seminar Room RLH Start: 2018-02-02 Content The course discusses network protocols in some depth in order to enable students to understand the core issues involved in network protocol design. Fundamental algorithms and principles are explained in the context of existing IEEE / Internet protocols in order to demonstrate how they are applied in real-world scenarios.

Secure and Dependable Systems

About Course: Secure and Dependable Systems (CO21-320203) Semester: Spring 2018 Instructor: Jürgen Schönwälder TA: Yufei Liu TA: Orgest Xhelili Class: Monday, 08:15-09:30, Lecture Hall Research I Class: Friday, 09:45-11:00, Conference Room Research IV Start: 2018-02-02 Content This course introduces formal methods for analyzing and assuring safety and security of software systems. The course starts off with a clarification of concepts such as dependability, quality, safety, and security of software systems, and how to achieve them in the software development process.

Operating Systems

About Course: Operating Systems (CO20-320202) Semester: Fall 2017 Instructor: Jürgen Schönwälder TA: Tayyab Mateen Class: Wednesday, 14:15-15:30, Lecture Hall Research I Class: Thursday, 14:15-15:30, Lecture Hall Research II Start: 2017-09-06 Content This course provides an introduction to the concepts underlying operating systems. Students will develop an understanding how operating systems realize a virtual machine that can be used to execute multiple concurrent application programs. The course discusses resource allocation algorithms and how concurrency problems can be solved.