for the summer semester 2016 the fourth term of Guided Projects in our program has been announced: Read more »
The first part of Guided Projects’ presentations of 3rd semester (winter semester 2015/16) of the master program ” Informatik / Computer Science” has been scheduled. All presentations except team reflections are public and everyone with interest is welcomed. Default Room: 2223
Fr 5. February 2016 Read more »
In the first week of 2016 an ERP Crash Course is held. Although designed for students of the master programme Automation&IT with an engineering background, students of the Master program “Computer Science / Information Systems” may join who have little experience with ERP systems.
Classes begin: 4th January 2015, 11 a.m. (room 2108);
– Business Process Modeling
– IT Capabilities for Business Functions
– Foundations of ERP systems
– ERP applications and Business Process Support
– ERP Customization and Application Development
– Integration Concepts
MS Dynamics NAV 2016 will be used for practical exercises
– Demonstration of the Order to Cash Cycle
IT and Commodity?
Innovation of information technology in companies frequently occurs in waves in which former technology is not substituted but additional business capabilities are enabled. This means that the IT-lifecycle cannot be mapped simply on the classical and standard S-curve concept of technology lifecycles. Nevertheless, services of various IT domains are obviously on the way to a “commodity”. Issues such as outsourcing, virtualization, cloud computing with XaaS (Anything-as-a-Service) and best practice frameworks like ITIL flank the road to industrialization. The intended higher efficiency requires the transition from a mainly hand-made development and deployment of IT functionalities to a continious progress of standardization, modularization, automation and optimization of corresponding processes.
Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence as Commodity?
The research project “DWH / BI-Industrialization” Read more »
Title: An Introduction to Enterprise-Level Business Intelligence Projects Leveraging Agile Approaches for Rapid User-Driven Development
Lecturer: Philipp Güth (Accenture Technology Solutions GmbH)
Date: Freitag, 4. Dezember 2015, 10:00
Place: Technische Hochschule Köln, Campus Gummersbach, Room: H32-LC (Halle 32)
Abstract: Read more »
Business intelligence consulting firm Infomotion GmbH provides a one-day free-of-cost workshop “Web Intelligence” on 15.Dec 2015. The workshop is based on SAP BO tools and held in German. Interested students of computer science or business information systems may apply until 09.12.2015.
See the flyer with more details provided at my office room 2231. As far as I know the course is held in German.
9:30 – 11:00: Announcements & Schedule of Classes
11:00 – 16:00: Introduction “Scientific Work”
Overview about the role of scientific work in the ICS-Master’s program
The semester orientation is held on 6th Oct 2015, room 1.122
How to find an appropriate topic for a Computer Science Master thesis, especially for international students!
General speaking, the examination board of our university is responsible to determine or approve topics for a Master thesis. This means that supervising university’s professors propose topics for approval by the examination board.
Students are allowed to propose topics, too. In practice, most students apply for thesis topic at companies. If they apply successfully they will involve a supervising professor to adapt the goals of a thesis in a way that the interest of all parties are fulfilled (company, university and student).
My personal recommendation how to proceed with looking for a Computer Science Master thesis, especially for international students: Read more »
An optional “Scientific Writing” course for the students of our graduate master programs (all Computer Science and IT related programs) is offered. The course will offer an introduction to scientific writing. The offer can be booked by first semester students as well as by students of advanced semesters. Read more »
Prep course: “Scientific Writing in English”. This optional crash course is held in the 40th calendar week. Details will be described in a following post.
Orientation day: 6th October 2015
– Part one: All details of the upcomming semester will be explained
– Part two: Hands-on-workshop “Scientific Work”
It is recommend to combine both workshops “Scientific Writing in English” and “Scientific Work” so as to become familiar with the way of scientific work in our master program.
Classes will begin on 7th October except the optional course “Scientific Writing in English” (see above). Students will be informed about the registration procedure for the regular courses on the Orientation day.