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Project groups

In the event "project group", a group of usually 8–16 students works on a topic assigned to them by the group's supervisor, over the period of twelve months (two semesters). At this, teamwork and organization required for the project are learned and tested practically, in order to prepare students for future professional practice. Contentwise, project groups should introduce students to current research topics. For students this involves that a project group's participant is predestined to adopt a master's thesis from the concerned domain. Particulars can be learned from the guidelines for project groups

Requirements

  1. The project group can only be started when the bachelor's degree has been successfully completed. The Bachelor's degree is successfully completed, when all examinations have been passed and the 4.0 confirmation is handed over to the examination secretariat by 31 March for the summer term and by 30 September for the winter term.
  2. The project group can only be started when the enrollment in the master's degree course has been completed. Students of the bachelor's program, who reach the 4.0 confirmation or examinations only on the 31st of March and on the 30th of September, must therefore enroll for the Master's degree course in the relevant period of the change of studies.

Presentation of the project groups for Master Computer Science and Master Computer Engineering

Presentations of new project groups: Monday, February 6, 2017, 4:15pm Room Q0.101

Slides introductory talk

Information on the schedule and the allocation procedure for new project groups can be found here.

The project groups listed are for the Master's degree in Computer Science and/or Computer Engineering. There are three types of project groups: CS Project Groups take in only students of Computer Science. These groups offer the necessary workload of 2x15 ECTS. CE Project Groups take in only students of Computer Engineering. These groups offer the necessary workload of 2x9 ECTS. Mixed Project Groups take in students from both study courses. These groups offer the necessary workload of 2x15 ECTS and 2x9 ECTS.

New project groups for Master Computer Science and Master Computer Engineering

Summer Term 2017

CS Project Groups

Mixed Project Groups

CE Project Groups

Current Project Groups for Computer Science

Winter Term 2016/17

Summer Term 2016

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