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Seminar Web Science


Prof. Dr. Peter M. Fischer

Dr. Thomas Hornung

PD Dr. Cai Ziegler


  • [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


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.


  • 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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