Seminars in the field of digital technology

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Our seminars (Bachelor and Master) take place every semester.

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For the Technology Assessment seminar, see menu item at left.

Research seminar in the field of digital technology

In the research seminar, current topics from research are presented and subsequently discussed. It usually takes place every 14 days in room 0334 (seminar room digital technology) and everyone is invited to attend. Students in the Bachelor or Master program can have the research seminar credited for their studies, provided they attend the lectures and give their own talk on a given topic from the literature at the end. The lecture topics will be announced via the list. Visitors are always welcome!

Seminar in the subject area (B.Sc./M.Sc.)

The topics of the B.Sc. and M.Sc. seminar are in the area of our research work. This includes the design and optimization of digital circuits, reconfigurable hardware architectures and systems, runtime reconfiguration, system-on-chip design, FPGAs (field-programmable gate arrays), optimization algorithms (C/C++, Java, Matlab, etc.), UniKopter....

In addition, we also deal with software implementations on mobile devices (tablet computers and SmartPhones) in the area of teaching and teaching operations, e.g. for lecture surveys, teaching and learning software, etc.

Your own suggestions for topics are always welcome!

If you are interested or have any questions, please feel free to send us an email!(e-mail to Prof. Zipf

Concrete permanent topics (every semester)

This semester, the following topics will be offered from the scope of our research:

  • Concepts and Structures for Dynamic Runtime Reconfiguration (Master ET and Computer Science)
    Contents: Concepts of runtime reconfiguration of hardware and FPGAs, special hardware structures, reconfiguration techniques and mechanisms
  • Reconfigurable Hardware Architectures and Systems (Bachelor ET and Computer Science)
    Contents: Fundamentals of reconfigurable hardware and FPGAs,Various FPGA architectures, Reconfigurable architectures in research.

  • System-on-Chip Design (Topics available for Master and Bachelor ET and Computer Science seminars)
    Contents: Multiprocessor System-on-Chips (MPSoC), Network-on-Chips (NoC), on-chip bus systems, symmetric multiprocessing (SMP), system design/tools, system structures
  • further topics, e.g. computer arithmetic or similar, can be arranged with pleasure

Proof of performance

The certificate of achievement will be a combination of your written work and a presentation of your work. The exact modalities will be announced in the course.