Course in winter term 2018/19

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In the upcoming winter term (starting in October 2018), I’ll give a single lab course:

621.703 Computer Organization (PR Rechnerorganisation)

Information about the course (modalities, grading, course material) will be provided in non-public Moodle, accessible by attendees after the first class meeting.

Courses in winter term 2017

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In the upcoming winter term (starting on October 2), I will give the following courses at AAU:

  • 620.005 UE Introduction to Computer Science (Part 1, German)
  • 620.025 UE Introduction to Computer Science (Part 2, German)
  • 621.703 PR Computer Organization (German)

Access to course material in Moodle is restricted to enrolled students, but can also be requested from me by e-mail.

Courses in summer term 2017

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In the upcoming summer term (starting on March 1), I will give the following courses at AAU:

  • 620.002 Introduction to Computer Science (Exercises, German)
  • 621.401 Compiler Construction (Lab, English)

Courses in winter term 2016

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Here are the courses I give this winter term, starting on October 3:

621.702 Computer organization (lab)
621.704 Computer organization (lab)

Students access the course material through non-public Moodle. If you are not enrolled to these courses but are interested in the course material (available in German only), please drop me an e-mail.

Courses in summer term 2016

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In the upcoming summer term (starting on March 1, 2016), I will give the following two courses:

  • 620.002 Introduction to computer science (exercises, German)
  • 621.401 Compiler construction (lab, English)

Course material will be provided for students in non-public Moodle. If you are not enrolled to these courses and interested in the course material, please drop me an e-mail.

Courses in winter term 2015

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Here are the courses I give this winter term, starting this week:

620.005 Introduction to computer science (exercises)
621.704 Computer organization (lab)

Students access the course material through non-public Moodle. If you are not enrolled to these courses but are interested in the course material (available in German only), please drop me an e-mail.

Call for Master Thesis on Biomedical Concept Detection

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Update: The master thesis has been assigned to Florian Winkler as of June 26, 2014.

This is a call for a master thesis on biomedical concept detection.

Abstract:
Detecting biomedical concepts in text documents or queries is a useful tool for improving biomedical information retrieval or navigating biomedical document collections. Known successful techniques for biomedical concept detection rely on natural language processing and/or machine learning and incur a substantial processing overhead at the document indexing stage compared to keyword-only indexing.
The goal of this master thesis is to evaluate a novel efficient concept detection algorithm based on position-dependent keyword matching on a recent public biomedical data set. Concepts are taken from a biomedical thesaurus called Medical Subject Headings (MeSH). Results should be compared to the accuracy achieved by the well-known MetaMap concept detector.