Seminar Communications Engineering
First Meeting and Registration
Due to SARS-CoV-2 the seminar takes place online in SoSe 2021. If you want to participate, please write an E-Mail to Dr. Sven Müelich until Tuesday 20 April 10:00 am.
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The number of participants in this seminar course is limited. More information about the organization of the seminar course will be presented via E-Mail and Moodle on 20 April 2021. Note that there will be no physical meeting for the registration and preliminary discussion. You will get all information via E-Mail and Moodle on 20 April 2021.
We are using the Moodle e-learning system, to submit reports and presentation slides and to keep in touch with students.
You will be registered to the Moodle page of the seminar by following the instructions in the section "First Meeting and Registration". No self-registration will be possible.
You will get all important information about the lecture via email and/or the Moodle system.
Each semester a topic from the fields of communications engineering, information theory, and signal processing and its related disciplines is addressed.
The seminar is intended to master students in Electrical Engineering, specializing in "Communications", and in Communications Technology, track "Communications Engineering".
The seminar requires active contributions of the students. Within the current general subject area of the seminar, each student is assigned a specific topic. He acquires knowledge in this field, such that he can present the material in a clear and structured way to his class mates. He summarizes the material in his own words in a short report. The "Rules of Good Scientific Practice" (http://www.uni-ulm.de/index.php?id=47380) have to be obeyed; in particular, any form of plagiarism is not tolerated.
Each participant is assumed to
- write a brief report (6 to 8 pages) on the topic,
- give a presentation (25 minutes) on his assigned topic, and
- actively participate at all other talks and contribute to the discussion.