Internet Practical Course

Course Content

The Internet Praktikum Telekooperation (IPTK) introduces the students to new and emerging technologies for Internet applications, such as P2P, Semantic Web, Web 2.0, or mobile technologies, which are becoming the basic building blocks of the next generation of Internet services. Through practical exercises, students learn how protocols and technologies of the Internet and the WWW work and implement them in practice.

The focus and background of this semester's projects is “Remote Collaboration”, where multiple users can access and modify the same content simultaneously in an interactive application running on their smartphones. The project will encompass a mix of Android and back-end development to ensure synchronized simultaneous access to the same content across different devices. The development process will follow a scrum-process up until the finished product. This should be fun! Among others, some projects of previous lab courses were:

  • A Corona app with an integrated platform for trading essential goods
  • A Social Network that allows to share pictures and recommends you others to befriend, based on common interests
  • A Game that utilizes a device's location. Treasure hunts, running apps, Among Us in the real world were just some of the ideas students came up with

At the kick-off meeting of the lab course, details about each project and grading procedure will be presented. See the moodle page for more information. Also, don't forget to register on TUCaN.

Teaching Staff

  Name Contact
Kamran Razavi
S2|02 A124
Thomas Kreutz
S2|02 A121
Dr.-Ing. Nikolaos Alexopoulos
S2|02 A121
Type Date Room
Kickoff 18.10.2023 | 17:10 S101/A2
Sprint 0: Draft design TBA TBA
Sprint 1: Review TBA TBA
Sprint 2: Review TBA TBA
Sprint 3: Review TBA TBA
(APK, source code, pitch video, documentation)
Final Presentation TBA TBA