It is only possible to attend the seminar if the student has found a member of TK as supervisor beforehand.
There will be no kick-off or any kind of other event. The search for a supervisor is the student's task. There is no official list.
The TK Seminar is a cycle of seminars where students are given the chance to read and analyze current scientific publications. In this term, the theme of the TK Seminar is Ubiquitous and Applied Computing.
The goals of the TK seminar are threefold:
- Introduce students to a research area,
- Critically read and analyze scientific papers, and
- Present a field or scientific area in both written and spoken forms.
The TK Seminar is targeted at computer science students (or related areas, such as electrical engineering) that are working towards their Diploma, Master's or Bachelor's Degrees.
In the TK seminar, students are expected to write a survey on a current research topic and present their findings. Course participants will select one topic of interest and write a short survey. Furthermore, course participants will learn how to review scientific reports and will test their skills by evaluating the surveys of other colleagues. Finally, participants will have the chance to present their work to their colleagues and instructors.
The goal of this course is not only to introduce student to a new research topic, but also to prepare them for giving scientific talks and addressing an audience. An introduction to the academic work on how to write, publish, and present your finding will be given at the beginning of the course.
Dr. Martin Schmitz