Institutsseminar

The IPD Institutsseminar is an ongoing course that aims to provide information about current research work at the Institute. In particular, students at the Institute are given the opportunity to report on their Bachelor's and Master's theses in front of a larger audience. The focus is on the problem definition, the solution approaches and the results achieved. However, the seminar is open to all students and employees of the KIT as well as other interested parties.

Place Building 50.34, Room 348 or online (see description)
Time On Fridays, 10:30-12:00 / 14:00-15:30

The presentations must adhere to the following time frame:

  • Proposal: 12 minutes speaking time + 8 minutes discussion
  • Bachelor's thesis: 20 minutes speaking time + 10 minutes discussion
  • Master's thesis: 30 minutes speaking time + 15 minutes discussion

If you have any questions or comments, please send an e-mail to the Institutsseminar team.

July 26, 2024 at 11:30
Title
Efficient Error-Bounded Time Series Compression Using Hierarchical Graphs
Presenter Zoƫ Martin
Meeting Type Proposal
Supervisor Fabian Richter
Room Room 348 (Building 50.34)
Online No link.
Abstract TBD
August 16, 2024 at 10:30
Title
Similarity Measures for Collective Entity Linking
Presenter Jan Ettrich
Meeting Type Proposal
Supervisor Daniel Betsche
Room Room 348 (Building 50.34)
Online No link.
Abstract TBD