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Computer Science Bachelor Information
252-2600-05LSoftware Engineering Seminar Information Restricted registration - show details
Number of participants limited to 22.
W2 credits2SM. Vechev
AbstractThe 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.
ObjectiveThe 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.
ContentThe technical content of this course falls into the general area of software engineering but will vary from semester to semester.
252-2610-00LFoundations of Eiffel-Programming Information
Nur geeignet für Repetenten der Basisprüfung nach Studienreglement 2008
Z0 credits2GH. Lehner
ObjectiveThe Students
- know Eiffel-specific language concepts and terminology
- understand the basic concepts of object-oriented programming using Eiffel
- are able to apply this knowledge to solve algorithmic tasks on their own
- can write software specifications using Eiffel contracts
ContentComplementary service for the lecture "Einführung in die Programmierung" of the fall semester 2015 for students in the bachelor regulations 08.

Students can enroll in this course for optimal preparation for the exam of the mentioned lecture.
Lecture notesAll material and information of this course is available on the webpage Link (in german).
Prerequisites / Notice- Have been enrolled in "Einführung in die Programmierung" in fall semester 2015
- are studying in the bachelor regulations 08
GESS Science in Perspective
Science in Perspective
» Recommended Science in Perspective (Type B) for D-INFK.
» see Science in Perspective: Type A: Enhancement of Reflection Capability
Language Courses
» see Science in Perspective: Language Courses ETH/UZH
Bachelor's Thesis
252-0500-00LBachelor's Thesis Information O10 credits21DProfessors
AbstractThe Bachelor thesis is the final requirement of the BSc program and is supervised by one of the D-INFK professors. The thesis encourages students to show and produce a scientifically structured work.
ObjectiveIn their BSc thesis students should demonstrate their ability to carry out independent, structured scientific work.
Prerequisites / NoticeThe supervisor of the thesis defines the task, start and end date.
A written report will be prepared on the scientific studies carried out, followed by a final presentation.
The thesis must be handed in within 6 months.
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