Software and Systems Research Seminar2012HT
No of seminars
This course is based on a continuous research seminar series organized by the SaS division ("SaS-seminars") and is thus given in every term. About 4-5 seminars of 90 minutes each will be arranged in each term, and will be announced as available.
The seminars are intended primarily for SaS-employees and SaS PhD-students but
open to all interested, especially also to PhD-students from other divisions
Examination/points - only for IDA PhD-students
The course was last given
New course. It will be given continously.
The purpose of this seminar series is to expose graduate students to advanced research, often in an international perspective, within a broader scope in the theory and engineering of computer software and systems.
Division of Software and Systems
In particular, seminars cover the areas software engineering, programming
environments, system software, embedded SW/HW systems, computer systems
engineering, realtime systems, parallel and distributed computing, and
theoretical computer science.
The list of previous seminars can be found at the SaS seminar page,
Professor Christoph Kessler
For being awarded a PhD point for a set of any five seminars, personal
attendance at a seminar (participation list) is to be complemented by a written
summary of the seminar presentation, which is, via the examinator, sent to the
local host of the guest speaker for correction/approval.
The deadline for summary submission is 2 weeks after the seminar.
The examinator will collect the participation lists and approved summaries through the years and report the final number of points (floor(N/5) points for N approved summaries) on request at the end of the student's PhD education.
At most 6 points can be credited in this way for a single PhD student throughout his/her education.
Summary submissions without attendance are invalid.
Attendance without approved summary is not counted.
Points for a set of seminars can only be counted once.
Points are not reported unless the student applies for a degree (licentiate or doctorate) where they are needed.
The course will be given in English.
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