This on not a seminar about cookies. But: There will be cookies! And also drinks. Yeah!
This "seminar" is supposed to be a fun get-together where students (or actually anyone) talk about their current projects and other people listen to it, because it's interesting! ;-)
We also want to get to know more people who study or work here and nurture a great environment and atmosphere here at our institute.
This is why we want to encourage all kinds of different people (not only students) to stop by the seminar once in a while - or contribute some talks about cool stuff they are doing!
Also important: If you have any idea - some cool project or something you recently learned and want to share - contact us under
|Seminar Date||Author||Title||Language preference|
|16.02.2018||Wiebke Dirks||Studying Computer Science in Ireland||-|
|16.02.2018||Danny||Working as a Software Developer in Ireland||EN|
Abstracts of upcoming talks
Studying Computer Science in Ireland
Working as a Software Developer in Ireland
|Author (if any)||Title||Estimated time||Language preference|
|Ole Reglitzki||CSS Grids - Website layout revolution||30-45min||DE/EN|
|Dominick Leppich||OpenGL & game programming techniques|
|Lorenz Glißmann||Open Access & Open Eduacational Ressources||DE/EN|
|Lorenz Glißmann||FreeBSD - not a linux distro||DE/EN|
|What programmers should know about licences|
|Alex Linne||Low-Level optimization|
|Sergio Perez||Ich hacke meine Prüfung wie es mir gefällt||DE/JURA|
|Lorenz or Ole ?||Wie der C3 vor Ort ist||DE/EN|
This should be very short talks at <10min.