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SEBA Lab Course

Last modified Jul 27

News

  • Preliminary Discussion: 15.07.2022 at 10:00-11:00 will take place online via Zoom.
  • The Google form now has a bonus free text section for clarification or short letters of motivation. If you already completed the form and feel that it is necessary to add some information, you may email me (also containing your matriculation number).

Contact

  • For questions or any feedback on the course, please contact Felix Hoops.

Registration

  • Registration per Matching System  and Survey between 22nd of July 2022 and 27th of July 2022.
    (Note: The SEBA Lab course is listed as "Entwicklungspraktikum Software Engineering für betriebliche Informationssysteme (IN2106, IN2129)" in the matching system.)
  • Only for Master's students!

Content and teaching goals

The Master Lab Course Web Applications is an opportunity for students to work on interesting projects in the field of web applications. Students will collaborate in small teams and implement a web application over the course of the term. Each team is advised by one teaching assistant of the chair.

The goals of the lab course are:

  • Deepen your knowledge from the SEBA Master course
  • Get familiar with new technologies such as blockchain, web3/web5, NoSQL databases, Cloud Computing, REST APIs, React.js, NLP, ML, etc.
  • Get more practical experience in application development
  • Collect teamwork experience and practice presentation skills in English
  • Participate in current research projects at sebis and collaborate with industry partners

Schedule

Date Time Place Topic Attendance
15.07.2022 10:00 - 11:00

Zoom (passcode: 208385)

Preliminary Discussion voluntary

18.10.2022

10:00 - 11:00 Zoom Kickoff Meeting - Project Proposals mandatory
 Weekly meetings (on project team level)

20.12.2022

10:30 - 16:30

Zoom Intermediate Presentations mandatory
Weekly meetings (on project team level) 

07.02.2023

9:30 - 16:30

Zoom Final Presentations mandatory

References

[Os10]

A. Osterwalder, Y. Pigneur: Busines Model Generation: A Handbook for Visionaries, Game Changes, and Challenges, John Wiley & Sons, 2010

[Ro09]

D. Roam: The Back of the Napkin: Solving Problems and Selling Ideas with Pictures, Portfolio Hardcover, 2009

[Duy07]          

D. K. Van Duyne, J. A. Landay, J. I. Hong: The design of sites, Prentice Hall Professional, 2007            

[Kru05]

S. Krug: Don't make me think! Web Usability: Das intuitive Web, New Riders Press, 2005 

[Hoe06]

R. Hoekman: Designing the Obvious. A Commonsense Approach to Web Application Design, New Riders Press, 2006

[Ba03] 

P. Baldi, P. Frasconi, P. Smyth: Modeling the Internet and the Web, Wiley, 2003
[Me06] 

E. Mendes, N. Mosley: Web Engineering, Springer, 2006

[Ja04] 

S. Jablonski, I. Petrov, C. Meiler, U. Mayer: Guide to Web Application and Platform Architectures, Springer, 2004

 

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