Specialisation Module Master Computer Science

The courses listed below can be used for the Specialisation Module in the Master Programme Computer Science of the Summer term 2020.

Note: the label VMI (as it is written in the curriculum) is not used.

 

 The list is not yet complete, please check it from time to time!

 

 

An overview of the basics of psychology, computer science, mechatronics, mathematics, educational science, and music theory required for the creation of the novel physical interfaces in the associated PR and for interdisciplinary communication. Understanding of the needs of people with disabilities.

Hackathon in Tel Aviv in collaboration with the MADE - Multidisciplinary Assistive Design & Engineering lab of the Holon Institute of Technology

Prerequisites: 703709 VU Enabling Music II (see above)

 

Detailed knowledge of methods for the analysis and modeling of time series data, especially from economics and finance. Ability to independently work out statistical problems based on use-oriented questions, using statistical software, and communicating the results.

Registration: by e-mail to Achim Zeileis

 

Detailed knowledge of methods for the analysis and modeling of complex data using modern semiparametric methods. Ability to independently work out statistical problems based on use-oriented questions, using statistical software, and communicating the results.

Come to the first session (without registration)

 

The lecture focuses on general techniques of data handling. It has no premises above the pyhsics courses of 3th/4th semester bachelor. Some enthusiasm in working at computers and programming is required. Topics covered in brief: statistical distributions, statistical tests, fitting of data, error estimation, astronomy data analysis, fourier methods, time series, data processing.

  

Students completing this module should have acquired by way of compulsory modules 1, 2 and 3 further basic knowledge of Mathematics, Informatics and indepth knowledge in one or more area of Physics.

 

 

  • Courses from Physics or Mathematics or other study programmes with connection to Computer Science. Prior agreement of the Dean of Studies Georg Moser is required!

 

  • Completed Elective Module (Master Computer Science)
  • Additional Master Seminar (Master Computer Science)


For further information please contact: lehre-informatik@uibk.ac.at

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