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Courses in the Upcoming Summer Term 2020

Tuesday, 24. March 2020

Dear Students,                                                            

for the upcoming summer term we are looking into options for offering our lectures through online teaching formats. We are currently working on new formats for the following modules and courses:

ISE Courses SS20
Modules/Courses
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Anwendungssysteme

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20.04.2020


IV: Anwendungssysteme
Privacy Engineering 

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20.04.2020


IV: Privacy Engineering
Distributed Systems Prototyping: Cloud, Fog, Blockchain

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20.04.2020


Projekt: Cloud Prototyping
Advanced Distributed Systems Prototyping: Cloud, Fog, Blockchain

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20.04.2020


Projekt: Cloud Prototyping - Specialisation

Please notice: The previous modules “Praxisprojekt Anwendungssysteme“ (Bachelor) and „Cloud Prototyping“ (Master) are being replaced by the new modules „Distributed Systems Prototyping: Cloud, Fog, Blockchain“ (Bachelor) and „Advanced Distributed Systems Prototyping: Cloud, Fog, Blockchain“ (Master), respectively. Within these new modules, different departments will offer Cloud-, Fog, Blockchain- and other students projects in the area of (distributed) information systems. Detailed information on the projects can be found here.

ISE-Team

(Advanced) Distributed Systems Prototyping: Cloud, Fog, Blockchain

ISE and MCC offer the following student projects under the umbrella course "Distributed Systems Prototyping: Cloud, Fog, Blockchain“:

Projects
Continuous Deployment of Machine Learning using Serverless Platforms The project’s focus is on the automated evaluation of algorithms for image classification in the context of autonomous driving. The project is done in cooperation with IAV GmbH and embedded into the Smile research project. Supervision: ISE
Radmesser goes SimRa In SimRa, we use a smartphone app to record bicycle rides and to detect near miss incidents based on accelerometer data. These, however, rarely show close passes. In this project, an open reimplementation of the Radmesser prototype by Zweirat Stuttgart shall be connected to the SimRa app with the goal of automatically detecting close passes. Supervision: MCC
Development of a FaaS Application Testbed Research on FaaS often requires example applications to evaluate the feasibility of an approach. In this project, an example application shall be implemented that uses instrumentation and logging to provide detailed insights into what is happening inside the application at runtime. Supervision: MCC 

The number of participants is limited to availability. The selection of candidates and the arrangement of the teams is therefore connected to an application process. Skills in software development and Web technology are required.

Detailed information regarding project content, structure and application will be made available April, 20th on the corresponding ISIS-course: https://isis.tu-berlin.de/course/view.php?id=19078

Continuous Deployment of Machine Learning using Serverless Platforms - DSP 2020

This semester, ISE will offers a “cloud prototyping” project in the field of serverless data processing. The project is part of the modules “Advanced Distributed Systems Prototyping” / “Distributed Systems Prototyping”.

The project deals with the automatic testing of algorithms for image recognition in the context of autonomous vehicles. The project is offered in cooperation with the Smile research project. In a first step, the student team should create a platform that enables various algorithms to be executed automatically on a serverless infrastructure (FaaS). In a second step, the results of the comparative evaluation are to be displayed graphically.

Further information and technologies:

The number of participants is limited. The selection of candidates is therefore linked to an application process in ISIS.

Detailed information regarding projects content, structure and application will be made available April, 20th on the corresponding ISIS-course: https://isis.tu-berlin.de/course/view.php?id=19078

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