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»Large Scale Ad Hoc Networks«

Christian Schindelhauer  and Holger Karl


Welcome to the web-site of the project group »Large Scale Ad Hoc Networks« of winter semester 2004/2005 and summer semester 2005

News

  • 2004-10-13: First meeting is postponed to Fr. 15 Oct, 4pm, F2.211
  • 2004-10-13: Registration for project group has been closed (10 participants)
  • 2004-09-09: Joint organization of project group by Prof. Dr. Holger Karl (Computer Networks) and Dr. Christian Schindelhauer (Algorithms and Complexity)
    • Three vacant places left
    • This project group accounts for MuA (models and algorithms) or ESS (embedded systems and system software)
  • 2004-07-19: Nine vacant places in project group
  • 2004-07-19: Presentation of the project group in F0.530 at 4pm (PPT,PDF)
  • 2004-07-16: Start of registration for the project group, ends at 2004-07-16

Registration

Registration is no longer possible. There is a waiting list in case registrated students withdraw from this group. You can sign up for this waiting list until Friday, 15 October 2004 in the first meeting of the project group (4pm F2.211). Simply send an EMail to Christian Schindelhauer (email: schindel@upb.de). The ten places were assigned on a first-come-first-served basis.

General Information

This project group will be performed in English language.

An overview of all project groups in the Computer Science Department can be found here.

For studying for a master degree of computer science at the University of Paderborn students need to participate at a one-year project group (module of 26 credit points). Previously, a project group was part of the third section of the studies for Diploma of Computer Science.

The project group lasts two semesters and students work there in a team on a topic close to current research. The team consists of 8 to 15 students and learning and practicing team work itself is one of the goals.

For more information we refer to the following (German) pages:


Created: 15.04.2004
Last change: 20.10.2004
Christian Schindelhauer (email: schindel@upb.de)