The course is an introduction to research in software engineering, based on reading and presenting high quality research papers in the field. The instructor may choose a variety of topics or one topic that is explored through several papers.
The main goals of this seminar are 1) learning how to read and understand a recent research paper in computer science; and 2) learning how to present a technical topic in computer science to an audience of peers.
The technical content of this course falls into the general area of software engineering but will vary from semester to semester.
Performance assessment information (valid until the course unit is held again)
Repetition only possible after re-enrolling for the course unit.
Student should be able to read conference and journal papers in Computer Science (written in English)
Additional information on mode of examination
Grading is based on presentation *and* active participation in the seminar. A student must be present even if s/he is not the speaker. Acceptable reasons for absence are illness, military or civil service, appearance in court, and similar events that are beyond your control. All absences must be documented.