IMPORTANT: This on not a seminar about cookies. But: There will be cookies! And also drinks. Yeah!
Also important: If you have any idea - some cool project or something you recently learned and want to share - contact us under
Why a Cookie-Seminar?
Well, we ain't wanting to put out any additional seminars where you have to give a presentation and recieve some grade!
This "seminar" is just supposed to be a fun get-together where people talk a bit about their currenct projects and people listen to it, because they are interested! ;-)
We also want to get to know more people, that study or work here and nurture a great environment and athmosphere here at our institute.
This is why we want to encourage all kinds of different people to stop by the seminar once in a while - or contribute some talks about cool stuff they are doing!
|Seminar Date||Author||Title||Language preference|
|26.10.2017||Lorenz Glißmann||cool stuff about linux||DE|
Abstracts of upcoming talks
Text Generation with LSTM Units
One of the cool things one can do with neural networks is making them learn from text in an unsupervised manner. The text could be English text, but it could also be any other kind of text, like for example source code. After learning, the neural network should be able to produce new text that is remarkably similar to the text which it learned from. The talk is about a project where this was experimented with.
Planned but not scheduled yet
|Author (if any)||Title||Estimated time||Language preference|
|Asterix, Ole Reglitzki, David||JSFuck||> 42min||DE/EN|
|Ole Reglitzki||CSS Grids - Website layout revolution||30-45min||DE/EN|
|Fabiola||[Praktikum in Kanada]|
|Antonio||Text Generation with LSTM Units||DE/EN|
|Dominick Leppich||OpenGL & game programming techniques|
|Lorenz Glißmann||Open Access & Open Eduacational Ressources||DE/EN|
|What programmers should know about licences|
|Sergio Perez||Ich hacke meine Prüfung wie es mir gefällt||DE/JURA|
This should be very short talks at <10min.