Lectures Held on a Regular Basis

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Module details on 'Advanced Topics in Internet Research (I) - Advanced Topics in Internet Research (I)'

CategoryNetworking & Communication
LecturerProf. Dr. Fu, Xiaoming (Göttingen)
Module Exam ID3030
Weekly Composition2S
Required Hours of Work (presence / self-study)125 (28/97)
Semesterperiodically, according to student demand and staff specialisms
Teaching MethodsPresentation, discussion
Module DescriptionThis module focuses on reading, presenting and reproducing researches related to networking including wired / wireless networking and/or mobile computing. There are no exams, but reports and presentations/demos are required, and the participation will be evaluated. The module includes the following themes: experimental networking research: concepts, tools, and research methodologies. The material in the module are drawn mainly from the research literature.
Module OutcomesOn completion of this course, besides having obtained a deep understanding on recent advances in internet research and networking, the students are able to: - read articles/papers published in the field of Internet research and networking from a scientific perspective - present their findings in scientific fashion based on the learned concepts and tools - find interesting research problems within recent literature
Recommended LiteratureSession-specific literature will be announced during the course. Additional readings: Michael J. Hanson, Efficient reading of papers in science and technology, Brochure, 1989. Mark Handley, Why the Internet only just works?, BT Technology Journal, 24(3): 119-129, July 2006.
PrerequisitesBasic knowledge in computer networks
ExamWritten Report and Oral Presentation (Presentation (45-90 min))

Available Course Modes

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