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Classes in English in the Winter Term 17/18 – Faculty of Computer Sciences

All courses of our master program (MA) are eligible for master students only. However, in some courses admission of bachelor or diploma students is possible under the prerequisites mentioned with the course.


VeranstaltungprerequisitesECTSProfessor
Image Processing and Compression Standards (MA)basic knowledge in linear algebra and analysis and solid programming skills in Java5Prof. Chantelau
Agile Project Management (MA)knowledge of foundations in project management5Prof. Englmeier
Text Mining and Search (MA)solid programming skills (in Java, Android, .NET or similar)4Prof. Englmeier
Semantic Techniques in Distributed Systems (MA)3Mr. Cebulla
Computer Graphics (MA)5Mr. Seichter
Selected Topics in Computer Graphics (MA)3Mr. Seichter
Information Visualization (MA)3Mr. Seichter
Signals and Systems (MA)5Mr. Golz
Software Quality (MA)solid programming skills in Java (10 ECTS) and basic knowledge in network technologies3Mr. Neuhardt
Distributed Systems (MA)solid programming skills in Java (5 ECTS) and knowledge of foundations in software engineering (5 ECTS)5Mr. Neuhardt

Classes in English in the Summer Term 2018 – Faculty of Computer Sciences

Lectures BachelorprerequisitesECTSProfessor
Selected Processes in SAP (AWS V1) (Bachelor)5Prof. Beyer
Big Data Technologies (in Russian and German only)6Prof. Stiefel
Lectures Masterprerequisites
ECTS
Professor
Mobile Systems (Master)5Prof. Cebulla
3D Content Creation (Master)Admission is possible for Bachelor students5Prof. Seichter
Computational Intelligence (Master)5Prof. Golz
Human-Computer Interaction (Master)Admission is possible for Bachelor students with solid programming skills (in Java, Android, .NET or similar)5Prof. Englmeier
Virtual and Augmented Environments (Master)Admission is possible for Bachelor students with basic knowledge in linear algebra, computer graphics and computer vision4Prof. Seichter

 

 


Contact Person

Prof. Hartmut Seichter