|WS20||Lecture||Applied Natural Language Processing and Text Mining||4 SWS, 6 ECTS|
|Lecture||Key Competences in Computer Science||4 SWS, 9 ECTS|
|Seminar||Selected Topics in Data & Knowledge Engineering||2 SWS, 3 ECTS|
|Seminar||GRK: Editionswissenschaftliches Kolloquium|
|Seminar||GRK-Seminar: Grundfragen einer interdisziplinären Editionswissenschaft|
|Earlier||SS20 WS19 SS19 WS18|
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Assignment of Courses to Degree Programs
The table shows the degree programs and course areas for which the credits from our courses can be used.
(Click on the table to enlarge it or click here to download the table as a PDF.)
References to DKE courses in study regulations:
Computer Science, BSc
Computer Science, MSc
Information Technology, BSc
Information Technology, MSc
Industrial Engineering Electrical Engineering, BSc
Industrial Engineering Automotive, MSc
Industrial Engineering Energy Management, MSc
Industrial Engineering Information Technology, MSc
[WS20] Applied Natural Language Processing and Text Mining
By completing the course, participants will obtain the knowledge and skills to solve a wide range of applied problems in Natural Language Processing. To achieve this goal, the participants will get to know successful methods for solving sub-problems, such as text representation, information extraction, text mining, language modeling, and similarity detection. The participants will understand the conceptual requirements of specific NLP tasks and be able to devise approaches to address these tasks in practice. The participants will be able to assess the strengths and limitations of state-of-the-art NLP approaches and to propose solutions for interdisciplinary NLP problems.
Workload: 4 SWS (2 Lecture / 2 Exercise), 6 ECTS
|Thu.||10:15 - 11:45||weekly||05.11.2020 - 11.02.2021||FC E.10 (00.10)||lecture|
|Thu.||12:15 - 13:45||weekly||12.11.2020 - 11.02.2021||FC E.10 (00.10)||exercise|
[WS20] Key Competences in Computer Science
Course participants will receive a comprehensive introduction into the essentials of conducting research in computer science and into state-of-the-art development frameworks (e.g. backend, frontend, continuous integration, deployment) and tools.
The course consists of two major parts:
- Part A covers the fundamentals of conducting research in computer science, such as academic literature research and literature management, academic writing, designing and performing experiments, handling data and ensuring reproducibility.
Through practical work on projects, students will get deeper into selected topics and technologies and acquire practical skills necessary to solve various real-world problems in computer science.
Workload: 4 SWS (2 Lecture / 2 Exercise), 9 ECTS
|Wed.||10:15 - 11:45||weekly||04.10.2020 - 10.02.2021||FC E.10 (00.10)||lecture|
|Wed.||12:15 - 13:45||weekly||11.11.2020 - 10.02.2021||FC E.10 (00.10)||tutorial|
[WS20] Selected Topics in Data & Knowledge Engineering
Seminar participants will explore current research trends and established approaches in the field of Data and Knowledge Engineering. The participants can choose to complete either the theoretical or the practical research project track as part of this seminar.
Workload: 2 SWS, 3 ECTS
|Wed.||14:15 - 15:45||weekly||04.11.2020 - 10.02.2021||FC E.10 (00.10)||seminar|
[WS20] GRK: Editionswissenschaftliches Kolloquium
The colloquium addresses current research topics as part of the DFG Graduate School 2196 Document — Text — Edition.
|Wed.||10:00 - 11:30||weekly||28.10.2020 - 10.02.2020||K5||seminar|
[WS20] GRK-Seminar: Grundfragen einer interdisziplinären Editionswissenschaft
The seminar addresses current research topics as part of the DFG Graduate School 2196 Document — Text — Edition.
|Tue.||14:00 - 15:30||weekly||27.10.2020 - 09.02.2021||K5||seminar|