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Schedule Current Topics in Data Engineering 2019 Lecture Hall Research I

Tu   3. 9.  2019   9:45    Stefan Kettemann,  Introduction

Fr    13. 9.            9:45  Katja Windt,  Dirk Lieftucht, SMS  Digital 

SMS Data Challenge 3.0

Data Science meets Steel Industry – an exciting match of heavy metal and high tech

for details click on the DE Blog

Tu 17. 9. 2019    9:45 

Fr  20. 9.           9:45

Tu 24. 9. 2019   9:45 Agostino Merico, Analysis of Complex Ecological and Social Systems

Fr  27. 9.           9:45   

Tu 1. 10. 2019    9:45 

Fr 4.10.             9:45    

Tu 8. 10. 2019    9:45 

Fr  11.10.          9:45  

Tu 15. 10. 2019    9:45 

Fr  18.10.          9:45    

Tu 22.10.          8:15  

Fr   25.10.           9:45    

Tu   29.10.           9:45   Giuseppe Abreu, Communication Theory

Fr  1. 11.         9:45      Tutorial  on  Writing the term paper and Preparing  the Poster

Fr  22.11.         12:00-14:00      Poster presentation by Data Engineering students in the  East Wing ICC

                                  



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Dear students, A colleague, who recently accepted a professorship for Biodiversity Theory in Oldenburg, has three open PhD student positions, which might be of interest to you. Best wishes, Marc Hütt ---------- e-mail by Professor Gross -------------- I am currently advertising three (very attractive) PhD positions, which will form the core of my new lab in Oldenburg.…
[EDIT: Student job 1 is closed, but student job 2 is still open] Student job 1: In a research project on disease associated genes I have the following job advertisement for a Data Engineering student (volume 10hrs/week, duration 2-3 months): Creating a website capable of sending parameter choices to run (existing) python code and then displaying the results on the website. Note: A simple solution is the 'binder' framework, but this is *not* what we are looking for.…
MIT Course
I came across this course (https://missing.csail.mit.edu/ https://missing.csail.mit.edu/) that some of  the MIT PhD students put together for their CS students. Something like  this would be very useful for the DE students too. At MIT this is a  course without credits during the intersession !! provided by Prof. Vikram Unnithan

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