Cognitive Agents, Companions, and Mobile Apps in Healthcare

The students acquire basic knowledge in searching for and dealing with scientific literature (evaluation competencies). They are able to analyze specific literature as well as to develop strategies to search for additional literature from selected sources, extract the key messages, analyze the papers, and evaluate them (evaluation and presentation competencies). The students practice scientific discourse and discussion of scientific content.

Modulhandbuch


Winter Term 2019/2020

Kick-Off

The Kick-Off meeting will take place on Wednesday, 16th at October 10am in room O27/545.

 

Content

The students acquire basic knowledge in searching for and dealing with scientific literature (evaluation competencies). They are able to analyze specific literature as well as to develop strategies to search for additional literature from selected sources, extract the key messages, analyze the papers, and evaluate them (evaluation and presentation competencies). The students practice scientific discourse and discussion of scientific content.

The colloquium discusses sophisticated topics related to cognitive software applications. In particular, the focus is on cognitive agents, companions, and mobile apps in healthcare. At the beginning of the colloquium, basic literature will be presented and the students select a particular topic. After the introductory reading phase, additional literature will be selected and studied subsequently (literature search). The students prepare and present their theme in a ’spotlight’. A summary document will be prepared and distributed among the other participants. A final extended colloquium presentation is delivered, each of which will be discussed in the greater audience. The written summary papers serve as basis to prepare the discussion. Literature: A set of papers will be selected with reference to the specific thematic focus of the seminar.

Date and Room

Block Event at the End of the Semester

Scope

2 Semester Hours, 4 ECTS

Turn

Every Term

LSF

Winter Term 2018/2019

The students acquire basic knowledge in searching for and dealing with scientific literature (evaluation competencies). They are able to analyze specific literature as well as to develop strategies to search for additional literature from selected sources, extract the key messages, analyze the papers, and evaluate them (evaluation and presentation competencies). The students practice scientific discourse and discussion of scientific content.

The colloquium discusses sophisticated topics related to cognitive software applications. In particular, the focus is on cognitive agents, companions, and mobile apps in healthcare. At the beginning of the colloquium, basic literature will be presented and the students select a particular topic. After the introductory reading phase, additional literature will be selected and studied subsequently (literature search). The students prepare and present their theme in a ’spotlight’. A summary document will be prepared and distributed among the other participants. A final extended colloquium presentation is delivered, each of which will be discussed in the greater audience. The written summary papers serve as basis to prepare the discussion. Literature: A set of papers will be selected with reference to the specific thematic focus of the seminar.

Lecturer

Prof. Dr. Manfred Reichert

Date and Room

Block Event at the End of the Semester

Scope

2 Semester Hours, 4 ECTS

Turn

Every Term

LSF

Wintersemester 2017/2018

The students acquire basic knowledge in searching for and dealing with scientific literature (evaluation competencies). They are able to analyze specific literature as well as to develop strategies to search for additional literature from selected sources, extract the key messages, analyze the papers, and evaluate them (evaluation and presentation competencies). The students practice scientific discourse and discussion of scientific content.

The colloquium discusses sophisticated topics related to cognitive software applications. In particular, the focus is on cognitive agents, companions, and mobile apps in healthcare. At the beginning of the colloquium, basic literature will be presented and the students select a particular topic. After the introductory reading phase, additional literature will be selected and studied subsequently (literature search). The students prepare and present their theme in a ’spotlight’. A summary document will be prepared and distributed among the other participants. A final extended colloquium presentation is delivered, each of which will be discussed in the greater audience. The written summary papers serve as basis to prepare the discussion. Literature: A set of papers will be selected with reference to the specific thematic focus of the seminar.

Zeit und Ort

Blockveranstaltung am Ende vom Semester

Umfang

SWS 2, LP 4

Turnus

Jedes Semester

LSF