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Reminder: Submission of Draft Slides

Written on 21.02.24 by Emilia Weyulu

Dear Students,

 

As announced last week, the deadline for submitting your draft slides is today 23:59 CET. Your supervisors will use your draft slides to give you some pointers on how you can polish them before the final presentation. You can submit slides in either PPT or PDF format.

As… Read more

Dear Students,

 

As announced last week, the deadline for submitting your draft slides is today 23:59 CET. Your supervisors will use your draft slides to give you some pointers on how you can polish them before the final presentation. You can submit slides in either PPT or PDF format.

As announced in our Kick-off meeting, a late submission will incur a 0.3 penalty off your final grade.

 

Best regards,

The HTDN team

Submission of Draft Slides

Written on 14.02.24 by Emilia Weyulu

Dear Students,

 

The submission portal for your draft slides is now open. You can find it in the teaching system under submissions. Please submit your draft slides by 21.02.2024 23:59 CET. Your supervisors will use your draft slides to give you some pointers on how you can polish them before the… Read more

Dear Students,

 

The submission portal for your draft slides is now open. You can find it in the teaching system under submissions. Please submit your draft slides by 21.02.2024 23:59 CET. Your supervisors will use your draft slides to give you some pointers on how you can polish them before the final presentation. You can submit slides in either PPT or PDF format.

 

Best regards,

The HTDN team

Block Seminar Dates

Written on 14.02.24 (last change on 14.02.24) by Emilia Weyulu

Dear students,

 

We have scheduled the block seminar based on your previous responses. Please find more information about the seminar process and your role as session chair here:

https://inet-teaching.mpi-inf.mpg.de/htdn_2324/10/Block_Seminar_Information

Please remember that your activity… Read more

Dear students,

 

We have scheduled the block seminar based on your previous responses. Please find more information about the seminar process and your role as session chair here:

https://inet-teaching.mpi-inf.mpg.de/htdn_2324/10/Block_Seminar_Information

Please remember that your activity (questions, comments, etc.) during the seminar will influence your grade. We expect all students to be present throughout the seminar (on all days) unless they have informed us of their unavailability and receive an exemption from us.

 

Best regards,

The HTDN team

Lecture recording available

Written on 13.02.24 (last change on 13.02.24) by Emilia Weyulu

Dear students,

 

The recording of last week's lecture on "how to give a technical presentation" is now accessible at the link below:

https://inet-teaching.mpi-inf.mpg.de/htdn_2324/dl/65/Lecture_on_how_to_prepare_a_technical_presentation.mp4

 

Best regards,

The HTDN team

Preliminary Block Seminar dates

Written on 09.02.24 by Emilia Weyulu

Dear students,

 

Based on your Doodle responses, we have identified 2 dates for conducting the block seminar: 27 and 28 February 2024.

Please note that we expect ALL students to be present for ALL the presentations. If you have scheduling conflicts (i.e., exams or doctor's appointment) please… Read more

Dear students,

 

Based on your Doodle responses, we have identified 2 dates for conducting the block seminar: 27 and 28 February 2024.

Please note that we expect ALL students to be present for ALL the presentations. If you have scheduling conflicts (i.e., exams or doctor's appointment) please email us ASAP: inet-teaching@lists.mpi-inf.mpg.de

In cases of exam conflicts, please mention the course name and the date + time of the exam, e.g: Data Networks 27.02.2024, 11:00-13:00.

In case of doctor's appointments, we do not need the reason for the appointment but we will need a doctor's slip afterwards.

 

We will send out a detailed plan of the timeslots at a later stage.

 

Best regards,

Emilia

Course evaluation deadline

Written on 09.02.24 by Emilia Weyulu

Dear Students,

 

Please help us improve future seminars by evaluating the current iteration, the due date is today: 09 February 2024

The seminar course evaluation is available on the following link: https://qualis.uni-saarland.de/eva/?l=147001&p=ib47tr

 

Best regards,

The HTDN… Read more

Dear Students,

 

Please help us improve future seminars by evaluating the current iteration, the due date is today: 09 February 2024

The seminar course evaluation is available on the following link: https://qualis.uni-saarland.de/eva/?l=147001&p=ib47tr

 

Best regards,

The HTDN team

Reminder: Your availability for the final seminar presentations

Written on 09.02.24 by Emilia Weyulu

Dear students,


The deadline for indicating your availability is today, Friday, February 09, 11:59 CET (Before Noon!!). If you have not already done so, please fill in the Doodle ASAP.

You can find a link here (as well as in the schedule on the main page): Read more

Dear students,


The deadline for indicating your availability is today, Friday, February 09, 11:59 CET (Before Noon!!). If you have not already done so, please fill in the Doodle ASAP.

You can find a link here (as well as in the schedule on the main page): https://doodle.com/meeting/participate/id/aKAGKJrd

Please indicate your availability for each date as follows: if you have an exam conflict (no vote)if it is your preferred date (as green), or if you could make it if you had to (as yellow). Unless conflicts make it impossible, please mark at least two consecutive dates in green. If you have two or three scheduling conflicts, please email:
inet-teaching@lists.mpi-inf.mpg.de


We expect you to be available for all dates if you miss the Doodle deadline. Please assume that the presentations will take up the entire day, and we expect each student to attend the entire seminar.

 

Best regards,

The HTDN team

Changed due date: Your availability for the final seminar presentations

Written on 06.02.24 by Emilia Weyulu

Dear students,


Unfortunately, we have to adjust the due date for completing the Doodle to Friday, February 09, 11:59 CET (Before Noon!!). Apologies for any inconvenience caused.

As before, you can find a link here (as well as in the schedule on the main page): Read more

Dear students,


Unfortunately, we have to adjust the due date for completing the Doodle to Friday, February 09, 11:59 CET (Before Noon!!). Apologies for any inconvenience caused.

As before, you can find a link here (as well as in the schedule on the main page): https://doodle.com/meeting/participate/id/aKAGKJrd

Please indicate your availability for each date as follows: if you have an exam conflict (no vote)if it is your preferred date (as green), or if you could make it if you had to (as yellow). Unless conflicts make it impossible, please mark at least two consecutive dates in green. If you have two or three scheduling conflicts, please email:
inet-teaching@lists.mpi-inf.mpg.de


We expect you to be available for all dates if you miss the Doodle deadline. Please assume that the presentations will take up the entire day, and we expect each student to attend the entire seminar.

 

Best regards,

The HTDN team

Doodle: Your availability for the final seminar presentations

Written on 06.02.24 (last change on 06.02.24) by Emilia Weyulu

Dear students,


We have opened a Doodle where you can enter your availabilities for the final seminar presentations. Please enter your information by Tuesday, February 13, 23:59 CET. You can find a link here (as well as in the schedule on the main page): 

Read more

Dear students,


We have opened a Doodle where you can enter your availabilities for the final seminar presentations. Please enter your information by Tuesday, February 13, 23:59 CET. You can find a link here (as well as in the schedule on the main page): 

https://doodle.com/meeting/participate/id/aKAGKJrd

Please indicate your availability for each date as follows: if you have an exam conflict (no vote), if it is your preferred date (as green), or if you could make it if you had to (as yellow). Unless conflicts make it impossible, please mark at least two consecutive dates in green. If you have two or three scheduling conflicts, please email:
inet-teaching@lists.mpi-inf.mpg.de


We expect you to be available for all dates if you miss the Doodle deadline. Please assume that the presentations will take up the entire day, and we expect each student to attend the entire seminar.

 

Best regards,

The HTDN team

Reminder: Lecture on how to prepare a technical presentation, tomorrow at 14:00 CET

Written on 05.02.24 by Emilia Weyulu

Dear Students,

 

Here is a reminder for the lecture on preparing seminar (and other technical) presentations. The lecture will take place tomorrow, Tuesday (06 February 2024) at 14:00 CET.

You can attend the lecture via this Zoom invitation: 

Read more

Dear Students,

 

Here is a reminder for the lecture on preparing seminar (and other technical) presentations. The lecture will take place tomorrow, Tuesday (06 February 2024) at 14:00 CET.

You can attend the lecture via this Zoom invitation: 

https://eu02web.zoom-x.de/j/68067385130?pwd=K2N4OXJBd3FpS2R5amFUcitidEtUUT09

Meeting ID: 680 6738 5130
Passcode: 098270

We will be recording the lecture. The chat will not be visible in the recording. However, Zoom will record the camera of the active speaker (i.e., the person speaking loudest at a given time) and any audio (if enabled). When you unmute or activate your camera, you implicitly allow us to record your audio/video. 

Only currently registered students and our team members can access the lecture recording (similar to the other uploaded resources).

 

Best regards,

The HTDN team

Final Paper Submission Deadline Extended to 23:59 CET, 4th Feb

Written on 31.01.24 by Qi Guo

Dear students,

Considering that you received your peer-review feedback only three days ago before the submission deadline, we decide to extend the deadline to 23:59 CET, Sunday, 4th Feb.

Hope this would give you enough time to incorporate the feedback from your peers.

Thank you for the hard… Read more

Dear students,

Considering that you received your peer-review feedback only three days ago before the submission deadline, we decide to extend the deadline to 23:59 CET, Sunday, 4th Feb.

Hope this would give you enough time to incorporate the feedback from your peers.

Thank you for the hard work on your paper. 

Best regards,

The HTDN team

Reminder: Final Paper Submission Deadline Today at 23:59 CET

Written on 31.01.24 by Qi Guo

Dear students,

This is a gentle reminder that the deadline for the final seminar paper submission is 23:59 CET today.

Thank you for your hard work on the seminar paper.

Best,

The HTDN team 

Peer-Review Feedback Sent and Final Paper Submission

Written on 29.01.24 (last change on 29.01.24) by Qi Guo

Dear students,

The feedback reports from your peers on your draft papers have now been sent to you. Please utilise this valuable feedback to further refine your papers.

Please be reminded that the submission deadline for the final version of your paper is 31.01.2024, 23:59 CET

Best… Read more

Dear students,

The feedback reports from your peers on your draft papers have now been sent to you. Please utilise this valuable feedback to further refine your papers.

Please be reminded that the submission deadline for the final version of your paper is 31.01.2024, 23:59 CET

Best regards,

The HTDN Team

Lecture on how to prepare a technical presentation on Tuesday (06 February 2024) at 14:00 CET

Written on 29.01.24 by Emilia Weyulu

Dear Students,

 

As promised at the kick-off event, we are offering a lecture on preparing seminar (and other technical) presentations. The lecture will start on Tuesday (06 February 2024) at 14:00 CET.

You can attend the lecture via this Zoom invitation: 

Read more

Dear Students,

 

As promised at the kick-off event, we are offering a lecture on preparing seminar (and other technical) presentations. The lecture will start on Tuesday (06 February 2024) at 14:00 CET.

You can attend the lecture via this Zoom invitation: 

https://eu02web.zoom-x.de/j/68067385130?pwd=K2N4OXJBd3FpS2R5amFUcitidEtUUT09

Meeting ID: 680 6738 5130
Passcode: 098270

We will be recording the lecture. The chat will not be visible in the recording. However, Zoom will record the camera of the active speaker (i.e., the person speaking loudest at a given time) and any audio (if enabled). When you unmute or activate your camera, you implicitly allow us to record your audio/video. 

Only currently registered students and our team members can access the lecture recording (similar to the other uploaded resources).

 

Best regards,

The HTDN team

Peer-review feedback reminder & course evaluation announcement

Written on 25.01.24 (last change on 25.01.24) by Emilia Weyulu

Dear Students,

 

Please remember to submit your peer-review feedback on the website, the due date is tomorrow: 26.01.24 23:59 CET.

Furthermore, the seminar course evaluation is now available on the following link:

Link: https://qualis.uni-saarland.de/eva/?l=147001&p=ib47tr

We will close… Read more

Dear Students,

 

Please remember to submit your peer-review feedback on the website, the due date is tomorrow: 26.01.24 23:59 CET.

Furthermore, the seminar course evaluation is now available on the following link:

Link: https://qualis.uni-saarland.de/eva/?l=147001&p=ib47tr

We will close the evaluation page on 09 February 2024. Your feedback will help us improve our current and future courses - something that will benefit not only you, but your fellow students as well.

 

Best regards,

The HTDN team

Reminder: plagiarism policy and the usage of generative AI tools.

Written on 18.01.24 (last change on 18.01.24) by Qi Guo

Dear students,

As you are working on your peer-review feedback report and final paper, we would like to remind you of our plagiarism policy.

We have zero tolerance for plagiarism in any form. The usage of any generative AI tools like ChatGPT in submissions is strictly prohibited.

We will use… Read more

Dear students,

As you are working on your peer-review feedback report and final paper, we would like to remind you of our plagiarism policy.

We have zero tolerance for plagiarism in any form. The usage of any generative AI tools like ChatGPT in submissions is strictly prohibited.

We will use plagiarism detection tools to review all submissions. Students caught plagiarising will not only fail this seminar, but we will also refer this matter to university's Examination Office. 

Best,
HTDN team

Reminder: Peer Review Sessions

Written on 15.01.24 by Emilia Weyulu

Dear Students,

This is a reminder for the upcoming peer review sessions tomorrow and on Wednesday. You should have received a Zoom meeting invitation for your session, if you have not, please let us know ASAP.

Further details about the peer review sessions can be found on this page: the… Read more

Dear Students,

This is a reminder for the upcoming peer review sessions tomorrow and on Wednesday. You should have received a Zoom meeting invitation for your session, if you have not, please let us know ASAP.

Further details about the peer review sessions can be found on this page: the peer-review process (the page is only accessible via a CMS account)
On the page, you can find the date of your peer-review session, your group members, their drafts, and how the peer-review process works.

Remember: Actively participating in the peer review session and providing constructive feedback is part of your duties for this course and contributes to your final grade.

Please make sure to submit your feedback via the "Peer-Review Feedback" submission tab by 26 January 2024, 23:59 CET.
Format your feedback for individual drafts as PDFs and join/compress them afterward into a .zip or .gz archive.

 

Best regards,

The HTDN team

Peer-Review Sessions Scheduled

Written on 10.01.24 (last change on 10.01.24) by Emilia Weyulu

Dear Students,

Thank you for submitting your seminar paper drafts. 

We uploaded details on the next step, the peer-review process (the page is only accessible via a CMS account)
On the page, you can find the date of your peer-review session, your group members, their drafts, and how the… Read more

Dear Students,

Thank you for submitting your seminar paper drafts. 

We uploaded details on the next step, the peer-review process (the page is only accessible via a CMS account)
On the page, you can find the date of your peer-review session, your group members, their drafts, and how the peer-review process works.

The assigned time slots are based on the individual indicated availabilities from the Doodle.

Actively participating in the peer review session and providing constructive feedback is part of your duties for this course and contributes to your final grade.

Please make sure to submit your feedback via the "Peer-Review Feedback" submission tab by 26 January 2024, 23:59 CET.
Format your feedback for individual drafts as PDFs and join/compress them afterward into a .zip or .gz archive.

After the submission deadline, we will forward you all the feedback related to your draft within a few days.
Please take the feedback part seriously; it might help you or your fellow students to improve your seminar reports.

 

Best regards,

The HTDN team

Seminar Report Draft Submission - Portal Remains Open

Written on 09.01.24 (last change on 09.01.24) by Qi Guo

Dear students,

Thanks for your efforts and submitting your seminar paper drafts.

Currently the submission portal is still open for late submissions. As announced in our Kick-off meeting, a late submission will incur a 0.3 penalty off your final grade.

We will also announce the arrangement of… Read more

Dear students,

Thanks for your efforts and submitting your seminar paper drafts.

Currently the submission portal is still open for late submissions. As announced in our Kick-off meeting, a late submission will incur a 0.3 penalty off your final grade.

We will also announce the arrangement of the peer-review session later this week.

Best,

The HTDN team

Seminar Report Draft Submission & Peer-Review Doodle Reminder

Written on 05.01.24 (last change on 05.01.24) by Qi Guo

Dear Students,

The submission for your seminar report draft is now open. You can find it in the teaching system under submissions. The deadline for this is 08.01.2024 23:59 and we only accept submissions in PDF format.

Additionally, if you have not already done so, please remember to fill in the… Read more

Dear Students,

The submission for your seminar report draft is now open. You can find it in the teaching system under submissions. The deadline for this is 08.01.2024 23:59 and we only accept submissions in PDF format.

Additionally, if you have not already done so, please remember to fill in the peer-review meeting Doodle with at least three options from last week's email. You can also find the link on the homepage. The deadline to do so is today at 23:59. If you do not fill in any options before the deadline we will consider you to be available for all of them.

Best,

The HTDN team

Peer-Review Availability Doodle now open

Written on 29.12.23 (last change on 29.12.23) by Qi Guo

Dear Students,

We hope you all enjoyed a relaxing holidays and are making good progress on your seminar report drafts. To schedule the peer-review, we have enabled a "Doodle" for you to enter your preferred time slots for the peer-review (Link). You can also find the link on the homepage. Please… Read more

Dear Students,

We hope you all enjoyed a relaxing holidays and are making good progress on your seminar report drafts. To schedule the peer-review, we have enabled a "Doodle" for you to enter your preferred time slots for the peer-review (Link). You can also find the link on the homepage. Please indicate _at leastthree time slots at which you are available until the 5th. January 2024, 23:59 CET. If you miss the deadline, we expect you to be available at all time slots. You can also find a page with more information on the peer-review process in the teaching system (here). The pairings for the peer-review will be announced on that page (and in a separate announcement), and the sessions themselves will be held online via Zoom.

Please also be aware that the deadline for the seminar report drafts is on January 8th (you will receive a separate reminder and submission information on that next week).

Reminder: LSF/HISPOS Registration deadline

Written on 01.12.23 by Emilia Weyulu

Dear Students,


This is a kind reminder to officially register for the seminar via LSF/HISPOS if you would like to receive a grade for this seminar. The official deadline is TODAY: December 01, 2023. 

We are aware of only one student who was not able to register in LSF, so if you tried and… Read more

Dear Students,


This is a kind reminder to officially register for the seminar via LSF/HISPOS if you would like to receive a grade for this seminar. The official deadline is TODAY: December 01, 2023. 

We are aware of only one student who was not able to register in LSF, so if you tried and failed, please inform us ASAP if you have not already done so.
You can contact us via inet-teaching@lists.mpi-inf.mpg.de

 

Best regards,

INET team

Reminder: LSF/HISPOS Registration deadline

Written on 28.11.23 (last change on 28.11.23) by Emilia Weyulu

Dear Students,


This is a kind reminder to officially register for the seminar via LSF/HISPOS. The official deadline is this coming Friday, December 01, 2023. 


In case of problems with the exam registration, please contact us via inet-teaching@lists.mpi-inf.mpg.de

 

Best… Read more

Dear Students,


This is a kind reminder to officially register for the seminar via LSF/HISPOS. The official deadline is this coming Friday, December 01, 2023. 


In case of problems with the exam registration, please contact us via inet-teaching@lists.mpi-inf.mpg.de

 

Best regards,

INET team

Report Templates Available

Written on 20.11.23 (last change on 20.11.23) by Emilia Weyulu

Dear Students,

We uploaded the Latex and Word template for the seminar reports. You can find them in the "Materials" page under "Report Templates."
Please note that we have a common template for the peer review and final report, and you will need to adjust the font according to the kick-off… Read more

Dear Students,

We uploaded the Latex and Word template for the seminar reports. You can find them in the "Materials" page under "Report Templates."
Please note that we have a common template for the peer review and final report, and you will need to adjust the font according to the kick-off meeting slide. (Peer review 10pt, Final report 9pt)

 

Best regards,

INET team

IMPORTANT: LSF/HISPOS Registration deadline

Written on 13.11.23 by Emilia Weyulu

Dear Students,


Now that we announced the mapping between papers and students, you have three weeks to register for the seminar via LSF/HISPOSThe official deadline is December 01, 2023. 


In case of problems with the exam registration, please contact us via Read more

Dear Students,


Now that we announced the mapping between papers and students, you have three weeks to register for the seminar via LSF/HISPOSThe official deadline is December 01, 2023. 


In case of problems with the exam registration, please contact us via inet-teaching@lists.mpi-inf.mpg.de

 

Best regards,

INET team

Student-Paper mapping results available

Written on 10.11.23 by Emilia Weyulu

Dear students,

 

We published the assignment of papers to students, the results are available here: Students-to-paper mapping
You will also find the supervisors' contact information on the same page.


You may go ahead and contact your supervisor to set up the initial meeting. Please use the… Read more

Dear students,

 

We published the assignment of papers to students, the results are available here: Students-to-paper mapping
You will also find the supervisors' contact information on the same page.


You may go ahead and contact your supervisor to set up the initial meeting. Please use the coming week to read through and understand the paper assigned to you. Prepare an outline for the meeting and make sure you can explain the paper assigned to you to your supervisor (in detail, and it would be better if you could prepare a short presentation).


We will send you information about the next steps for official course registration shortly.

 

Best regards,

INET team

Reminder: Choosing your preferred paper

Written on 08.11.23 by Emilia Weyulu

Dear students,

 

This is a reminder that the deadline for sending us your paper preferences is today, Wednesday, 8th November 2023, 23:59 CET.

You can do so by writing the numbers of your five favorite papers (in descending order)
as a comma-separated line accompanied only (i.e., don't add… Read more

Dear students,

 

This is a reminder that the deadline for sending us your paper preferences is today, Wednesday, 8th November 2023, 23:59 CET.

You can do so by writing the numbers of your five favorite papers (in descending order)
as a comma-separated line accompanied only (i.e., don't add any formal header/greeting or footer/parting parts)
by your name in the subject of the email to inet-teaching@lists.mpi-inf.mpg.de.

For example, the line "4, 10, 8, 27, 16" means that you prefer paper number 4 over paper number 10, and so on.
It also means that you prefer these five papers over all others.

You can view the list of papers on the Papers page under the Information menu.

 

Best regards,

INET Team

HTDNs: Choosing your preferred paper

Written on 03.11.23 by Emilia Weyulu

Dear students,

 

Thank you all for attending today's kick-off meeting.

As discussed, please provide us with your preferences for the seminar papers by the end of Wednesday, 8th November 2023, 23:59.

You can do so by writing the numbers of your five favorite papers (in descending order)
as… Read more

Dear students,

 

Thank you all for attending today's kick-off meeting.

As discussed, please provide us with your preferences for the seminar papers by the end of Wednesday, 8th November 2023, 23:59.

You can do so by writing the numbers of your five favorite papers (in descending order)
as a comma-separated line accompanied only (i.e., don't add any formal header/greeting or footer/parting parts)
by your name in the subject of the email to inet-teaching@lists.mpi-inf.mpg.de.

For example, the line "4, 10, 8, 27, 16" means that you prefer paper number 4 over paper number 10, and so on.
It also means that you prefer these five papers over all others.

You can view the list of papers on the Papers page under the Information menu.

Kick-off meeting slides are available on the materials page.

 

Best regards,

INET Team

Clarification: In-person kick-off meeting

Written on 03.11.23 by Emilia Weyulu

Hi all,

 

The timezone for the meeting is CET not CEST as previously stated. So, Friday, November 3 at 14:00 CET in Room 024 (0.01.1) in Building E1.4

 

Best regards,

INET Team

Reminder: In-person kick-off meeting

Written on 02.11.23 by Emilia Weyulu

Hi all,

 

This is a reminder for the in-person kick-off meeting that will be held tomorrow, Friday, November 3 at 14:00 CEST in Room 024 (0.01.1) in Building E1.4

At this meeting, we will introduce the HTDN seminar and the papers that will be supervised during the course.

In the… Read more

Hi all,

 

This is a reminder for the in-person kick-off meeting that will be held tomorrow, Friday, November 3 at 14:00 CEST in Room 024 (0.01.1) in Building E1.4

At this meeting, we will introduce the HTDN seminar and the papers that will be supervised during the course.

In the meantime, you can view the list of papers on the Papers page under the Information menu.

 

Best regards,

INET Team

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Hot Topics in Data Networks

 

While the Internet has started as a research effort, it has consistently evolved throughout the decades into the largest commercial network. Today, many research efforts focus on understanding the Internet's structural trends, optimizing its packet delivery, and laying the foundations for its future developments. In this seminar, you will receive a closer look at bleeding-edge research published at the top conferences in our domain. Discussing state-of-the-art approaches and recent findings from a broad range of network-related topics with your peers and instructors will provide you with a deep understanding of your assigned topic. Preparing the accompanying research survey and topic presentation will not only strengthen your academic writing, but also help you to present your future work in a more accessible and structured way.

Requirements: Participants should have successfully participated in "Data Networks" or an equivalent course.

Student Places: 20

Contact us: Please use INET teaching < inet-teaching{AT}lists.mpi-inf.mpg.de > for your general queries.

 

Schedule

 

The following information is based on UDS announcements.

Start of semester: 01.10.2023
Start of lecturing period: 23.10.2023
Mid-term break 25.12.2023 - 01.01.2024
End of lecturing period: 09.02.2024
End of semester: 31.03.2024

Thus, in total, there are 14 weeks and the following schedule provides you with the essential deadlines. Exact dates can be subject to change.
 

Week Start Stop Date   Event Resources
1 30.10.2023 03.11.2023      
      01.11.2023 Public holiday  
      03.11.2023 14:00 CET Kick-off meeting

Room 024, Building E1.4

Kick-off slides

2 06.11.2023 10.11.2023      
      08.11.2023 23:59 CET Deadline: End of paper preference registration List of the papers 
      10.11.2023 Release of Student-to-Paper Matching Assigned papers
3 13.11.2023 17.11.2023 TBD Reading the paper and contacting supervisor(s)  
4 20.11.2023 24.11.2023 TBD First meeting with supervisor(s)  
5 27.11.2023 01.12.2023 -- Literature review week 1  
      01.12.2023 23:59 CET Deadline: LSF/HISPOS Registration deadline  
6 04.12.2023 08.12.2023 -- Literature review week 2  
7 11.12.2023 15.12.2023 -- Literature review week 3  
8 18.12.2023 22.12.2023 -- Complete Paper structure  
  25.12.2023 01.01.2023 -- Lecture free period  
9 02.01.2024 05.01.2024      
      05.01.2024 23:59 CET Deadline: Preferences for peer-review slots Doodle
10 08.01.2024 12.01.2024      
      08.01.2024 23:59 CET Deadline: First draft seminar paper  
11 15.01.2024 19.01.2024      
  16.01.2024 17.01.2024 - Peer-review discussions Groups
12 22.01.2024 26.01.2024      
      26.01.2024 23:59 CET Deadline: Peer-Review Feedback  
13 29.01.2024 02.02.2024      
      31.01.2024 23:59 CET Deadline: Final version of seminar paper  
14 05.02.2024 09.02.2024      
      06.02.2024 14:00 CET Lecture on how to give a technical presentation Zoom link - Slides
      09.02.2024 11:59 CET Deadline: Seminar Presentation Doodle Doodle
      09.02.2024 23:59 CET Deadline: Course evaluation Evaluation Link
      09.02.2024 End of the lecturing period  
15 12.02.2024 16.02.2024      
16 19.02.2024 23.02.2024      
      21.02.2024 23:59 CET Deadline: Draft of the slide deck  
17 26.02.2024 01.03.2024      
  -- -- TBA Deadline: Final version of seminar slides  
  27.02.2024 28.02.2024 -- Block Seminar (3 days block presentations) Seminar plan

 

 

* TBD: To be decided (contact your supervisor to arrange dates/times)

* TBA: To be announced 

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