Turnus of offer:
Course of studies, specific field and terms:
- Master Computer Science 2019 (optional subject), advanced module, Arbitrary semester
- Master IT-Security 2019 (optional subject), Elective Computer Science, 1st or 2nd semester
- Master Entrepreneurship in Digital Technologies 2020 (optional subject), technology field computer science, 2nd or 3rd semester
Classes and lectures:
- Seminar Internet of Things or Seminar Nano communication networks (seminar, 2 SWS)
- Advanced Internet Technologies (lecture, 2 SWS)
- Nano communication networks (project work, 1 SWS)
- Nano communication networks (lecture, 2 SWS)
- Advanced Internet Technologies (exercise, 1 SWS)
- 105 Hours in-classroom work
- 165 Hours private studies
- 45 Hours exam preparation
- 30 Hours work on an individual topic with written and oral presentation
- 15 Hours work on project
Contents of teaching:
- Fundamental Internet design principles
- Problems of today's Internet architecture
- Backbone Technologies
- Mobile Internet
- IPv6 und related topics
- Delay Tolerant Networks (DTN)
- Internet of Services / Internet of Things
- Peer-To-Peer networks
- Big Data
- Goals, architectures, algorithms, and protocols for the future Internet
- Self-assembly systems
- Reductions and compilation
- Definitions & associations of nanonetworks
- Simulation tools for nanonetworks
- Deployment in medical application scenarios
- The students understand the fundamental design decisions that led to the development of the Internet network protocols.
- They know basic, general criteria for designing networks (end-to-end argument, fate sharing, etc.).
- They learn about technological and social developments that have led to massive changes in the Internet infrastructure (growth, innovations such as mobile communication, etc.)
- They recognize the problems of the current internet architecture and can derive potential solutions by comparing them with alternative approaches.
- Sie lernen das Forschungsgebiet des Future Internet kennen und begegnen so einer Reihe aktueller Ansätze, die das Internet der Zukunft erforschen.
- Students know and understand the basic concepts of nanonetworks.
- Students know the basic concepts of nanoscale computational models.
- Students know and understand self-assembly systems and crystal formation.
- Students know and understand the constraints and peculiarities at the nanoscale.
- Students know how to verify or falsify a model using simulation tools.
- Students can transfer basic theoretical concepts to related questions.
Responsible for this module:
- Olivier Hersent, David Boswarthick, Omar Elloumi: The Internet of Things: Key Applications and Protocols - Wiley, 2012
- Athanasios V. Vasilakos, Yan Zhang, Thrasyvoulos Spyropoulos: Delay Tolerant Networks: Protocols and Applications - CRC Press, 2012
- E. Pacitti, R. Akbarinia, M. El-Dick: P2P Techniques for Decentralized Applications - Morgan & Claypool Publishers
- English, except in case of only German-speaking participants
Admission requirements for taking the module:
Admission requirements for participation in module examination(s):
- Successful participation in the seminar
- CS4518-L1: Current and Future Network Technologies, oral exam, 100% of module grade.
Letzte Änderung: 24.10.2022