The following topics are offered as master thesis:
(German text below.)
For “Scientific Working in a Technical Context”, which is a 1CP-component of the “A” part of a Guided Projects Type A, there is now a Reader (download here from ILIAS) available. On page 3, you find a Learning Outcome describing the expected competences.
The Reader is intended to complement the (optional) Scientific Writing course taught once a year, in winter semester. It enables students to prepare for the mandatory oral exam as part of GP-A on Scientific Working, and can be used for self-study.
A “Scientific Writing” course for the students of our graduate Master’a programs (all Computer Science and IT related programs) is offered. The course will give an introduction to Topics:
Each participant of the computer science Master program is required to peer-review one other Guided Project for GP he/she is taking part in.
Here is the schedule of presentations coming up this summer: GP SS 17, Presentations Dates
Please make sure to attend – otherwise your GP participation doesn’t count as completed!
(This is a procedure information. German version below)
Procedure for Scientific Writing Course and Exam
Each Guided Project Type A has a component “Scientific Writing”. The credits are distributed as such:
- 8 CP: software or business related part (the “B” part, so to say)
- 5 CP: team processes / coaching part (the “A” part)
- 1 CP: Scientific Writing
Do Agile Methods and new Database Technology make Business Intelligence Architecture and Projects change?
Guest Lecture: Dr. Dierk Hahn (Capgemini)
Date: Tuesday, 30.May 2017, 15:15; Technische Hochschule Köln, Campus Gummersbach, Room 2224
Presentations of the Business Intelligence course winter semester 2016/17 of the master program ” Informatik / Computer Science” have been scheduled. All presentations except team reflections are public and everyone with interest is welcomed. Room: 2108 Read more »
Guest Lecture: Current Change of the “Business Intelligence-Landscape” Using the Example of SAP-HANA (held in English)
Speaker: Behnam Janghorban Esfahani (Sopra Steria Consulting)
Date: Monday, 5 December 2016, 12:30 Read more »
A “Scientific Writing” course for the students of our graduate Master’a programs (all Computer Science and IT related programs) is offered. The course will give an introduction to Read more »
German language courses are planned in the winter term. According to the current German language level various offerings will be made for the international freshmen. A crash course will be held in October. Additionaly, weekly runnig courses can be joined. Details will be announced in the Semester Orientation.