The “Scientific Writing” course Part II is offered to the students of our graduate Master’s programs (all Computer Science and IT related programs).
As part our research, the survey „BI Strategy and Industrialization“ will be conducted in winter 2017/18. The survey addresses all stakeholders in this field, especially information consumers like managers and decision makers in companies, DWH / BI developers and consultants, as well as providers of DWH / BI solution components and of so-called standard software. The survey covers the fields
- BI visions and BI strategies in real life
- Organizing the internal DWH/BI skills and architecting the BI/DWH Landscape considering opposite requirements
- The role of industrialization for DWH/BI will be discussed in the aspects
- Standardization and automation
- Sourcing and staffing of DWH/BI. Adjustment of the appropriate production and operation depth in DWH/BI, usage of standard software solutions, outsourcing, BIaaS and cloud
Answering of each block is optional. Each block will take approximately 5-6 minutes to answer.
Answer will only be used in anonymous and aggregated form. That means that all data are treated confidentially in a way that no-one infer identity of a participant or a related company based on the published results. If you are interested, the results of this study will be made available to participants free of charge.
The URL of the survey will be deployed soon.
In addition to the survey, the research team are looking for DWH/BI stakeholders interested to give a personal interview on these topics. In this case you can provide your mail address via my contact form or via the survey.
In the winter semester 2017/18 the following presentation/homework topics are offered in the module Business Intelligence:
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 »