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- Presentation dates have been fixed. The presentations will be on July 3rd and July 17th.
- There will be no presentations on June 5.
- Please choose your presentation date within the next two weeks. There can be up to four presentations for each date; they will be allocated on a first come, first serve basis. The available dates are listed in the Stud.IP (Seminar: Internet Technologies -> Information -> Presentation dates).
If you have decided please send a mail to:
- 2008-04-14: The first meeting is on 24 April 2008, 16.15h in SR 0.133, Geismarlandstr. 11.
- 2008-01-03: Topics can be chosen now. Please send an email to with the topic you want and your student data (subject, semester, matriculation no.). If you have questions feel free to contact me in English or German.
The seminar will cover selected topics
from current research and technology approaches in computer
networking. Each student will write a report on one topic and present
it during the seminar. The seminar is held on a small number of block
meetings where the students give their presentations. There will be
no regular meetings.
||SR 0.133, Geismarlandstr. 11
||120 (2 SWS)
||CS M.inf.308/309: Seminar Telematik I/II (Master, Kerninformatik Wahl)
CS B.inf.310/311: Proseminar I/II (Bachelor, Kerninformatik Wahl)
||Prof. Dr. Xiaoming Fu, M.Sc. Niklas Neumann
- Prepare a written report on the selected topic (12-15 pages).
- Present the selected topic in the seminar (30 min. presentation + 10 min. discussion).
- Presence and active participation during all meetings.
The timetable is preliminary. Please check here for changes.
- April 24, 2007 - 16.00 to 18.00: First general meeting. Introduction to the course and open questions.
- Canceled June 5, 2007 - 14.00 to 16.00: 1st round of presentations.
- Canceled June 19, 2007 - 14.00 to 16.00: 2nd round of presentations.
- July 3, 2007 - 14.00 to 16.00: 3rd round of presentations.
- July 17, 2007 - 14.00 to 16.00: 4th round of presentations.
||Next Generation Peer-to-Peer (P2P) File Sharing
||Content Delivery and Distribution Networks
||Potentials and Areas of Application of the Windows CardSpace Technology
||Peer-to-Peer SIP: Decentralizing the Session Initiation Protocol
||Securing Media Transport Protocols
||Technologies and Mechanics behind Virtual Worlds
||Access Control for Digital Media Distribution
||IPTV and Internet Television
||Lawful Interception vs. Privacy in Online Communications
||[1 (de)]  
||Peer-to-Peer Traffic from an Operators Point-of-View
||Denial of Service and Spam in Online Communications
||Multimedia in 3G Wireless Networks
||(Scalable) Audio and Video Compression for Multimedia Content
If you have a topic suggestion on your own, feel free to submit the proposal to .
- The report has to comprehensively cover
the topic. This includes an introduction of the basics as well as the
presentation of advanced and especially current contributions
regarding the topic.
- The report must have between 12 and 15 pages of
content (i.e. not counting indexes, appendixes, table of content,
bibliography and such).
- It has to be written in English according to
common guidelines for scientific papers.
- Deadline: End of the semester.
- The presentation should give an
overview of the contents of the report to the audience. This includes
an introduction of the topic, the current work done in the field,
benefits, problems and an outlook.
- The presentation must be about 30
minutes long. Afterwards there will be a short discussion about the
topic with the audience (~10 min.).
- Deadline (presentation slides): 1 week before the presentation.