inf177 - Current Topics in 'Media Informatics and Multimedia Systems' II (Course overview)

inf177 - Current Topics in 'Media Informatics and Multimedia Systems' II (Course overview)

Department of Computing Science 3 KP
Semester courses Sommersemester 2022
Lehrveranstaltungsform: Course or seminar
Hinweise zum Modul
Prerequisites

No participant requirements

Prüfungszeiten

At the end of the lecture period

Module examination

Presentation or oral exam.

Skills to be acquired in this module

The aim of the module is to integrate the latest developments in the field of "Media Information and Multimedia Systems" into a course of study.

Professional competences
The students:

  • define, differentiate, and contrast special themes in computer science, and reflect on computer science practices in general.
  • recognize and evaluate applied techniques and methods and their limits
  • identify, structure, and solve problems in new or emerging areas of their discipline
  • apply appropriate and innovative methods to the state of the art in the investigation and resolution of problems, possibly with recourse to other disciplines
  • recognize the limitations of existing knowledge and technology practices and contribute to the further scientific and technological development of computer science
  • discuss current developments in computer science and assess their significance


Methodological competences
The students:

  • investigate problems based on technical and scientific literature, compose an article according to scientific criteria, and present their results in a scientific lecture
  • reflect on problems in new or emerging areas of their discipline and apply computer science methods for investigation and resolution
  • do scheduling and planning of resources


Social competences
The students:

  • communicate effectively verbally and in writing with users and experts


Self-competences
The students:

  • critically pursue the further development of computer science in general and this particular sub-field
  • develop and reflect on their own theories and independent hypotheses