Seminar Technische Informatik on Internet of Things & Security
In large part, the Internet of Things (IoT) will consist of interconnecting low-end devices with very small memory capacity (a few kBytes) and limited energy consumption (1000 times less than a RaspberryPi).
The IoT promises a new world of applications, but also brings up specific challenges in terms of programmability, energy efficiency, networking and security.
After an introductory session at the start of the term, MSc students will pick a topic related to current technologies in the field of Internet of Things & Security, and write a report (IEEE LaTex template, 12 A4 pages including figures and references, single column, 1.5 spacing, 11-point font) discussing corresponding questions. At the end of the term, the participants present their results in the form a short talk (20 minutes + 10 minutes Q&A) in a meeting, which will also include cross-reviewing of student's reports. During the term, there will be deadlines for status reports, but no weekly meetings of the complete seminar group.
Mid April: introductory session
After 1 week: topic selection
After 4 weeks: deadline to submit tentative outline for the report
After 8 weeks: deadline to submit alpha version of the report
After 10 weeks: deadline to submit beta version of the report & assignment for cross-reviewing of reports
End of semester: - deadline to submit final version of the report - presentation session (including Q&A and oral cross-review)
The typical bibliography and online resources that will be in scope to survey for this seminar includes:
- reviewing academic publications, e.g. papers from IEEE, ACM conferences/journals (available on scholar.google.com);
- reviewing network protocol open standard specifications, e.g. IETF drafts and Request For Comments (RFC);
- reviewing open source implementations (e.g. available on GitHub).
T9/K 040 Multimediaraum
wöchentlich, ab 18.04.2019, 10:00 - 12:00 (9 Termine)