IMPORTANT INFO on Teaching in Summer Semester 2020

Due to the Corona situation, all courses will be held online. Starting April 20, lecture materials will be provided each week (at the time of the lecture) as Powerpoint Screen Presentations and MP4 videos via Moodle (no live streaming!). Questions can be asked on the discussion forum for each course. By April 17, all our courses (Interactive Systems, Recommender Systems, Electronic Business) will be open for self-inscription in Moodle (no key required!). Exercises will be held at the announced times via videoconferencing. Details will be given in the Moodle course rooms.

Target audience

As part of the Department for Computer Science and Applied Cognitive Science, we regularly offer courses for students of Applied Computer Science, Komedia, and ISE on a bachelor and master level. Please note that most of our courses are held in German.

Additional information

Summer semester 2020

Lecture: Electronic Business

Electronic business describes the support of business processes in and between organizations through information and communication technologies. The goals include customer oriented design and optimization of business processes, automated software support for enterprise processes, and the development of cross-company standards and protocols.

Lecture: Interaktive Systeme / Interactive Systems

The lecture Interactive Systems addresses advanced concepts and technologies in the area of human-computer-interaction.

Lecture: Recommender Systems

This course introduces the most important techniques used for recommendation generation. In addition to that, cognitive aspects with regard to online consumer decision making are discussed as well as methods for empirically evaluating the quality of recommenders.

Past and recurring courses »

Open subjects for student theses (bachelor's/master's)

The following thesis subjects are currently available. However, students are also invited to make suggestions. Please make sure to read our guidelines for writing a thesis before applying for a topic.

Current and previous student theses »