Winter Term 2022/2023
- 24. October
- Updated time of kickoff meeting to 17:00.
- 14. October
- Added more information regarding the location of the kickoff meeting (IZ 358) and the registration process.
- 31. August
- The kickoff meeting will be on November 1st and not on September 1st. We apologize for the error.
- 13. July
- Website created and published.
During the winter term of 2022/2023, the Institute of Theoretical Computer Science offers a seminar on Theoretical Computer Science, headed by Prof. Dr. Roland Meyer.
If you are interested in participating, please register via Stud.ip (from 14.07.2022 12:00 to 04.08.2022 23:59).
In case of any questions regarding the seminar or the registration, please contact Thomas Haas.
The kickoff meeting will take place on November 1, at 17:00 in room IZ 358.
Attending the kickoff meeting is not binding.
To fully register for the seminar, you have to sign a document until 07.11.2022.
You can do so either during the kickoff meeting or until the 7th November at our secretariat.
In the latter case, please make an appointment with our secretary Andrea Soleinsky (email@example.com).
We give topics to at most 10 students.
This is a joint seminar for Bachelor's and Master's students of computer science.
We offer several topics based on recent research in the area of Theoretical Computer Science.
This semester, we are planning to give seminar topics surrounding the area of games.
In particular, we will focus on AIs of round-based and real-time games.
The details will be discussed during the kickoff meeting.
You will have to
- prepare and give a talk of 30 minutes (including questions) during the lecture period, and
- Write a program to compete in our Abalone AI competition
- write a seminar paper in English or German, 3-5 pages using the LIPIcs LaTeX style until the end of the term.
Each seminar topic is assigned a member of the Institute for Theoretical Computer Science as advisor.
In case you have questions, you can contact them.
There will be regular meetings with your advisor, in particular before you hand in the paper and before you give the presentation.