Winter term 2023/24

Real-time Analytics on Big Data

With the vision of Internet of Things (IoT) gaining popularity at a global level, the requirements of modern applications have become very demanding. The multitude of distributed components communicating in such applications, their dynamic behavior patterns, and the huge volumes of generated data demand the need for efficient event-based middleware systems that can process, analyze, and disseminate data at real-time in a distributed setting. As a result, in this seminar, we explore stream processing, complex event processing, publish/subscribe, and distributed graph processing systems capable of performing real-time analytics on big data.

Here is the link to the event in PULS.

Type Day Time Rhythm Period Room Lecturer
Research Seminar Thursday 10:00 to 12:00 weekly 19.10.2023 - 08.02.2024 Prof. Dr. Sukanya Bhowmik

Introduction to Operating Systems and Computer Networks

In the first part of the lecture the basics of operating systems are taught: process management, concurrency, coordination/synchronization and memory management.

In the second part of the lecture, the basics of computer communication are taught. For this purpose, the different layers of communication architectures are discussed on the basis of the ISO reference model OSI. As a concrete example, the Internet architecture with the Internet protocols TCP, UDP and IP will be presented.

Here is the link to the event in PULS.

Type Day Time Rhythm Period Room Lecturer
Lecture Tuesday 10:00 to 12:00 weekly 17.10.2023 - 06.02.2024 Prof. Dr. Sukanya Bhowmik
Lecture Friday 10:00 to 12:00 fortnightly 20.10.2023 - 09.02.2024 2.25.F0.01 Prof. Dr. Sukanya Bhowmik
Exercise Friday 10:00 to 12:00 fortnightly 27.10.2023 - 02.02.2024 2.25.F0.01 Max Schrötter