Multimedia Communications Lab / Project

Multimedia Communications Lab I/II, Multimedia Communications Project I/II
TUCaN course ID: 18-sm-1020-pr, 18-sm-2070-pr, 18-sm-1030-pj, 18-sm-2080-pj, 18-sm-2130-pr
Organization: Daniel Bischoff
, Tim Steuer, Julian Zobel
Contact: lab-project@kom...

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

The main communication channel will be the corresponding Moodle class! Enroll in TUCaN to retrieve access. The kickoff is at 12.04.2022 13:30 online via zoom (see Moodle)

 

The Multimedia Communications Lab / Project is offered both in the summer and in the winter term. Students can choose from a wide variety of topics covering all research areas of KOM. All topics (lab and project) are introduced by the respective supervisor during a kickoff seminar at the beginning of each semester. Based on the scope and complexity of the task, it is offered either as lab or as project targeting bachelor or master students in electrical engineering and computer science (more information on the difference between a lab and a project).

Students attending the lab or project should have prior experience in an object-oriented programming language such as Java. Lectures covering basic networking technologies and protocols (e.g., Communication Networks, Net Centric Systems) are also highly recommended. Individual tasks might have more specific requirements, which are stated in the task description.

Since 2021, the Multimedia Communications Lab / Project is being held in moodle. Thus, if you register in TUCaN, you will be able to see the respective moodle course. If, for any reason, you have registered in TUCaN but you cannot join the moodle class, please contact us. All organizational information as well as the possibility to discuss the topics directly with the respective supervisors is provided during an online kickoff meeting (link provided in moodle).