(Winter term 2014: This page is archived and no longer current.)
The goal of the seminar is to exchange ideas and stimulate discussions on work currently done at FLLL and SCCH, while giving students an opportunity to present their work and to practice presenting in English. The seminar is organized like a small conference with 20-30 minute talks, discussions, chairmen, coffee breaks, abstracts, etc. . Bernhard Moser, SCCH, and Roland Richter, FLLL, will be responsible for organizing the meeting and chairing the sessions.
The seminar is held twice in each winter and summer term, respectively; typically in November, February, April, and June. The precise dates and deadlines can be found at the Events page. The seminar is co-organized with the Advances in Knowledge-Based Technologies seminar, and will usually take place at the same day.
The seminar is fully held in English!
- Development processes
- Software quality and testing
- Software architecture
- Domain-specific languages
- Distributed systems and mobile devices
- Data bases and data warehouses
- Program verification and formal systems
- Ontologies and automated reasoning
- Case-based reasoning
- business software development
- process automation and control
- life sciences and medical informatics
Instructions for Authors
- Papers should have between three and seven pages and must contain the most important preliminaries and notions as well as the basic ideas.
- Please, send your TeX, LaTeX, PDF, or PostScript files to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you send a LaTeX file, and you use any non-standard packages, include the supplementary packages in the mail as well.
- During the presentation, video beamer, notebook computer, and flipchart are available (provided by the organizers). Be aware that we will not provide an overhead projector if avoidable.
- Please send your presentation (transparencies) by e-mail to email@example.com in one of the following formats (preferably landscape orientation): Microsoft PowerPoint (.ppt or .pps), Adobe PostScript (.ps), or Adobe Portable Document Format (.pdf).
Proceedings of past seminars are available for download here: