Databases and Information Systems: Teaching
The teaching activities contribute mainly to the
Studies in Applied Computer Science; also students in
Systems, Mathematics etc. attend the lectures. From 2005-2008, advanced
lectures have also been transmitted
to TU Clausthal.
General Information on DBIS teaching:
In WS19/20 we will for the first time (after a long time) also open (some of) the StudIP
functionality in a "lazy" way (past misfunctions of it resulted in severe problems).
In case you experience any problems with StudIP, send us a mail (then we can decide
to fix it, complain about it, or abandon it again).
Still, you find all relevant information about the lectures at this Website
By this, our materials are publicly available to everybody.
There is no official enrolment for DBIS lectures (only for seminars
and labs). Students may freely decide to attend the lecture. For the
lectures, the provided exercises are also not mandatory (both is not
laziness on my side, but the way I understand academic education,
and how studying was organized at Karlsruhe University when I
studied there years ago). Only at the end, for the exams, there is a
registration (with FlexNow as far as possible).
DBIS Course List
DBIS Teaching Webservices
DBIS Seminar Rooms technical Notes (in german)