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Seminar Web Science

Host

Prof. Dr. Peter M. Fischer

Dr. Thomas Hornung

PD Dr. Cai Ziegler

News

  • [19.06.2012] Updated schedule and reports published
  • [14.05.2012]: Updates on times and rooms: June 22nd, SR 02-016/18, building 101; June 29th, 01-029, building 051; 10am-4pm for each meeting
  • [07.05.2012]: Templates, Topics assignments online

Topics

In total, 12 topics are available, each with an initial set of references.

These topics are listed on a separate page, including references

Topic assignment (topic, student, advisors)

Application Procedure

  • We kindly ask prospective participants to apply via HIS-LSF for participation in the indicated seminar.
  • Please note that the number of participants is limited to 12. Students on the waiting list may be accepted if other students drop out, the latest at the preparation meeting.

Administrative

  • The seminar is organized as a bloc seminar, consisting of preparation meeting and two session, each with mandatory participation.
  • Preparation Meeting: A preparation meeting will be held on April 24, 10am to assign students to topics
  • Session I: The first session will be held on Friday, June 22nd, 2012, from 10am to 4pm, room SR 02-016/18, building 101
  • Session II: The second session will be held on Friday, June 29th, 2012, from 10pm to 4pm, Room 01-029, building 051
  • Report templates: Word/Latex (updated to doube-column)
  • Presentation template (PPTX)

 

Prerequisites for Passing

  • Participation in all sessions
  • Submission of written report (5-10 pages using the template) by June 8th 2012
  • Oral presentation of each participant (English or German); presentation 40 mins, discussion and question 10 mins; note that presentations have to be in PPT(X) and need to follow the format template handed out in the first session
  • Final presentations need to be submitted by Wednesday, June 20th (first session), June 27th (second session) the latest, by email to Thomas Hornung
  • Participation in discussions and the quality of questions raised is also part of the final grade assigned
  • The final grade is composed 75% oral presentation plus participation in discussions and 25% written report

 

 

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