IAIK offers compulsory and elective courses for the studies of Computer Science (Informatik), Computer Engineering (Telematik), and Software Development and Business Management (Softwareentwicklung-Wirtschaft). We try to update the contents of the courses every year. Furthermore, it is our goal to emphasize the interconnections between the contents of the different courses.
Courses for all computer science-related studies (all semesters).To Course Schedule »
Master Theses, Seminars, Projects
Master theses, seminars, and projects at IAIK always have a strong connection to current research projects at the institute. This guarantees exciting and cutting-edge work topics.Seminars & Projects »
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Work on your bachelor thesis together with 20 other students. We usually have an informative meeting by the end of November each year. You select a topic, get ready and then start working in the following February. Within 2 intensive phases (in February and one right after the Easter weekend) you learn how to work in such a project. Typically you will finish your bachelor thesis by the end of the Easter break.
Get to know the importance of the protection of critical infrastructures in their security-related and social dimensions. You will learn about national and international measures and developed methods.Details about the Course »
Do you want to learn about current problems in designing complex embedded systems on silicon, also known as "systems on chip"? You will get an understanding of them by studying typical microchip architectures and by modelling these. As a group, we will design and implement a typical system.Details about the Course »
Highlights of our Course Schedule
The IT-Sec Summer Term combines lectures, exercises, and projects in the subject area (Magisterfach) "Security in Information Technology" ( "Sicherheit in der Informationstechnologie"). In total, 30 ECTS (18 Wochenstunden) are offered, which is enough to complete the subject area.Read more »
Write your exam on a tablet. And later download your graded exam paper from the net.