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1 SCM-Tempus Project C015A05 Faculty of Electronic Engineering, Niš, March 24th, 2006 The Bologna Process at the University of Dortmund, Germany Transition to the Bachelor – Master System at the Faculty of Informatics Claudio Moraga European Centre for Soft Computing, Asturias, Spain University of Dortmund, Germany

2 The ECTS at the University of Dortmund Faculty of Informatics Preamble: The prevailing programs of Computer Science and Computing Engineering at the University of Dortmund still follow the 5 years German Diploma The modular structure is based on “semesters“ Student‘s workload is measured based on hours of presence per week during a semester. One hour of presence implies no less than 1.5 hours of personal study. © cm

3 Transition from hours/week/semester to credit points: Lectures, laboratories and exercises 1 hour/week/semester = 1.5 credit points Seminars 1 hour/week/semester = 2 credit points © cm

4 The prevailing proposal for the Bachelor in C.Sc. SProgramming and Software development 1Data Structures, Algorithms and Programming I (9 ECT) 2Data Structures, Algorithms and Programming II (9 ECT) 3Methods of Software Engineering (4.5 ECT) 4Software Practicum (6 ECT) Catalog-based Electives 5 C. Sc. I from Cat. A (9 ECT) 6 C. Sc. II from Cat. A (9 ECT) © cm

5 The prevailing proposal for the Bachelor in C.Sc. SProgramming and Software development 1Data Structures, Algorithms and Programming I (9 ECT) 2Data Structures, Algorithms and Programming II (9 ECT) 3Methods of Software Engineering (4.5 ECT) 4Software Practicum (6 ECT) Catalog-based Electives 5 C. Sc. I from Cat. A (9 ECT) 6 C. Sc. II from Cat. A (9 ECT) Catalog A: Man-machine Interaction (9) Computing Systems (9) Embedded Systems (9) Model-based Optimization (9) Efficient Algorithms and. Complexity Theory (9) Knowledge Representation,. Processing and Acquisition (9) Formal methods for System. design (9) © cm

6 The prevailing proposal for the Bachelor in C.Sc. SSoftwareTechnical Informatics 1 DAP I (9 ) Computer Organisation (9) 2 DAP II (9) Intr. Electrical Eng. (4.5) 3S. E. (4.5)Hardware Practicum (6) 4S. Pr. (6) Electives Cat. A Electives from Catalog B 5 C. Sc. I (9) Computer Science III (4.5) 6 C. Sc. II (9) Catalog B: Methods of Software. development (4.5) Compilers (4.5) Project Management (4.5) © cm

7 The prevailing proposal for the Bachelor in C.Sc. SSoftwareTechnicApplied C.Sc. 1 DAP I (9 ) C. Org. (9) 2 DAP II (9) E. E. (4.5) Op. Systems, Nets. and Distr. Systems I (4.5) 3S. E. (4.5)H. Pr. (6)Op. Systems, Nets. and Distr. Systems II (4.5) 4S. Pr. (6)DB and Information Systems (4.5) Electives Cat. A Electives Cat. B 5 C. Sc. I (9) C. Sc. III (4.5) 6 C. Sc. II (9) © cm

8 The prevailing proposal for the Bachelor in C.Sc. SSoft.TechnicA. C.Sc.Fundamentals, Theory 1 DAP I (9 ) C. Org. (9) M1: Lin.Alg. and Analysis (9) 2 DAP II (9) E. E. (4.5) OS N DS I (4.5) M2: Discrete Math. and Algebra (9) 3S. E. (4.5) H. Pr. (6) OS N DS II (4.5) Logic (4.5) Prob. Stat. (4.5) 4S. Pr. (6) DB IS (4.5) Theor. C.Sc. (9) Elective Cat. A Elective Cat. B Elective 5 C. Sc. I (9) C. Sc. III (4.5) C.Sc. (12) 6 C. Sc. II (9) C. Sc. (3) © cm

9 The prevailing proposal for the Bachelor in C.Sc. SSoft.TechnicA. C.Sc.TheoryPraxis 1 DAP I (9 ) C. Org. (9) M1: LA. A (9) Prog. Lang. I (3) 2 DAP II (9) E. E. (4.5) OS N DS I (4.5) M2: DM. A (9) Prog. Lang. II (3) 3S. E. (4.5) H. Pr. (6) OS N DS II (4.5) L (4.5) P.S. (4.5) 4S. Pr. (6) DB IS (4.5) Theor. C.Sc. (9) Proseminar (4) Elective Cat. A Elective Cat. B Elective 5 C. Sc. I (9) C. Sc. III (4.5) C.Sc. (12)Practicum (4.5) 6 C. Sc. II (9) C. Sc. (3)B.Sc. Project (15) © cm

10 The prevailing proposal for the Bachelor in C.Sc. SSoft.TechnicA. C.Sc.TheoryPraxisMinor 1 DAP I (9 ) C. Org. (9) M1: LA. A (9) Prog. Lang. I (3) 2 DAP II (9) E. E. (4.5) OS N DS I (4.5) M2: DM. A (9) Prog. Lang. II (3) 3S. E. (4.5) H. Pr. (6) OS N DS II (4.5) L (4.5) P.S. (4.5) (6) 4S. Pr. (6) DB IS (4.5) Theor. C.Sc. (9) Proseminar (4) (6.5) Elective Cat. A Elective Cat. B Elective 5 C. Sc. I (9) C. Sc. III (4.5) C.Sc. (9)Practicum (4.5) (3) 6 C. Sc. II (9) C. Sc. (3)B.Sc. Project (15) (3) © cm

11 The prevailing proposal for the Bachelor in C.Sc. SSoft.TechnicA. C.Sc.TheoryPraxisMinor  1 DAP I (9 ) C. Org. (9) M1: LA. A (9) Prog. Lang. I (3) 30 2 DAP II (9) E. E. (4.5) OS N DS I (4.5) M2: DM. A (9) Prog. Lang. II (3) 30 3S. E. (4.5) H. Pr. (6) OS N DS II (4.5) L (4.5) P.S. (4.5) (6)30 4S. Pr. (6) DB IS (4.5) Theor. C.Sc. (9) Proseminar (4) (6.5)30 Elective Cat. A Elective Cat. B Elective 5 C. Sc. I (9) C. Sc. III (4.5) C.Sc. (9)Practicum (4.5) (3)30 6 C. Sc. II (9) C. Sc. (3)B.Sc. Project (15) (3)30 © cm

12 The prevailing proposal for the Bachelor in C.Sc. SSoft.TechnicA. C.Sc.TheoryPraxisMinor  1 DAP I (9 ) C. Org. (9) M1: LA. A (9) Prog. Lang. I (3) 30 2 DAP II (9) E. E. (4.5) OS N DS I (4.5) M2: DM. A (9) Prog. Lang. II (3) 30 3S. E. (4.5) H. Pr. (6) OS N DS II (4.5) L (4.5) P.S. (4.5) (6)30 4S. Pr. (6) DB IS (4.5) Theor. C.Sc. (9) Proseminar (4) (6.5)30 Elective Cat. A Elective Cat. B Elective 5 C. Sc. I (9) C. Sc. III (4.5) C.Sc. (9)Practicum (4.5) (3)30 6 C. Sc. II (9) C. Sc. (3)B.Sc. Thesis (15) (3)30 © cm

13 The prevailing proposal for the Master in C.Sc. SProject 1Project Management (4) 2 Project Group (24) ECT © cm

14 The prevailing proposal for the Master in C.Sc. SProjectMain Area 1Project Man. (4) (10) 2 Project Group (24) Seminar (4) +(5) 3(9) 4 28 ECT Software development Computer Architecture Distributed systems Algorithms and Complexity Security and Verification Computational Intelligence Intelligent Systems © cm

15 The prevailing proposal for the Master in C.Sc. SProjectMain AreaSpecialization 1Project Man. (4) (10) 2 Project Group (24) Seminar (4) +(5) (4) 3(9)(4) 4 28 ECT 18 ECT © cm

16 The prevailing proposal for the Master in C.Sc. SProjectMain AreaSpecial.Minor or C.Sc.  1Project Man. (4) (10) (6)30 2 Project Group (24) Seminar (4) +(5) (4)(5)30 3(9)(4)(5) ECT 18 ECT16 ECT © cm

17 The prevailing proposal for the Master in C.Sc. SProjectMain AreaSpecial.Minor or C.Sc.  1Project Man. (4) (10) (6)30 2 Project Group (24) Seminar (4) +(5) (4)(5)30 3(9)(4)(5)30 4Master Thesis (30 ECT)30 28 ECT 18 ECT16 ECT © cm

18 Elective Courses in the past Semester: System Analysis Network Security Applications Distributed Systems CAD Microelectronics Embedded Systems Distributed numerical algorithms Information fusion Functional Programming Logic Programming Software Testing Data Mining Digital Picture Processing Picture Rendering Cognitive Computer Vision Model Checking Mobile Networks Approximate Algorithms Web Programming © cm

19 Proseminars and Seminars in the past Semester: ProseminarsSeminars Internet security Grid computing Bioinformatics Software for cars Knowledge and Logic Software Optimization Code optimization in compilers Aspects of embedded systems Foundations of Functional programming Natural computing Security in Computer systems Embedded systems Semantic Web Specification languages Graphic processing Machine learning Formal OO-methods E-Learning Beyond KaZaA Real time systems Design distributed systems © cm

20 Thank you! Are there any questions? © cm

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