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[04/11/21], last update: 04/11/21] In-depth topics in SS 2021

The following courses are permitted in SS 21 (according to the current status) as "Advanced Topics in Computer Science / Media Informatics for Bachelor's" (6 ECTS); I = computer science (all variants), I120 = computer science 120 ECTS, MI = media informatics:

  • LECTURES
  • (I, MI) Introduction to Quantum Computing, Kranzlmüller
  • (I, MI) Advanced Analytics and Machine Learning, Kranzlmüller
  • (I, MI) Multimedia programming, Hussmann
  • (I, MI) Algorithmic Bioinformatics: Networks, Graphs and Systems, Friedel (recognized with 6 ECTS)
  • (I) computer graphics, Butz
  • (I) human-machine interaction, Butz
  • (MI) Logic and Discrete Structures, Johannsen
  • (I120) Programming and Modeling, Bry
  • (I120) Computer architecture, Linnhoff-Popien
  • INTERNSHIP
  • (I, MI) Block internship quantum computing, Kranzlmüller
  • (I, MI) Internship Mobile and Distributed Systems, Linnhoff-Popien, Illium, Sedlmeier
  • (I, MI) Internship Autonome Syteme, Linnhoff-Popien, Phan
  • (I, MI) Internship in Quantum Computing Programming, Linnhoff-Popien
  • (I, MI) Affective Computing - Emphatic AI, Maier
  • (I, MI) Internship in advanced software engineering, Beyer
  • (I, MI) Surplus system or software development internship
    (Recognizable with 12 ECTS, if both (SEP and SYS-Prakt) have been completed. However, if two SEPs have been completed, the second can only be recognized with 6 ECTS.)
  • (MI) Internship development of media systems, Hussmann
  • (MI) Block internship Sketching with Hardware, Butz
  • SEMINARS (3 ECTS = half an in-depth topic)
  • (I, MI) all excess seminars on selected topics in computer science
Contact and information: Courses SS 21

[10/27/20], last update: 10/27/20] In-depth topics in WS 2020/21

The following courses are permitted as "Advanced Topics in Computer Science / Media Informatics for Bachelor" (6 ECTS) in WS 20/21 (according to the current status); I = IT (all variants), MI = Media IT:

  • LECTURES
  • (I, MI) Grid and Cloud Computing, Kranzlmüller
  • (I, MI) IT security, Reiser
  • (I, MI) Virtualized Systems, Danciu
  • (I, MI) Introduction to Modern Cryptography, Kranzlmüller
  • (I, MI) Knowledge Discovery in Databases I, Seidl
  • (I, MI) Big Data Management and Analytics, Schubert
  • (I, MI) Logic in Computer Science, Weitkämper
  • (I, MI) Modeling of dynamic and adaptive systems, Wirsing, Hesse
  • (I, MI) Algorithms and Complexity: Principles, Algorithms and Models of Concurrent Programming, Sabel
  • (I, MI) SAT Solving, Johannsen
  • (I, MI) Algorithmic Bioinformatics II, Friedel (recognized with 6 ECTS)
  • (I, MI) Algorithmic Systems Biology, Zimmer (recognized with 6 ECTS)
  • (I, MI) Algorithms on Sequences, Heun (recognized with 6 ECTS)
  • (MI) Formal specification and verification, Ernst
  • INTERNSHIP
  • (I, MI) Internship, quantitative analysis of high-performance systems, Fürlinger
  • (I, MI) Internship Virtual Reality, Kranzlmüller
  • (I, MI) Practical course quantum computing, Kranzlmüller
  • (I, MI) Internship Mobile and Distributed Systems, Linnhoff-Popien
  • (I, MI) Internship Autonomous Systems, Linnhoff-Popien
  • (I, MI) Internship Affective Computing - Empathic AI, Maier
  • (I, MI) Practical Course: Geometry Processing, Butz
  • (MI) Internship Sketching with Hardware, Schmidt
  • (MI) Web programming internship, Schmidt
  • (MI) Block internship Experience Design, Butz
  • (I, MI) Excess system or software development internship (if both have been completed with 12 ECTS)
  • SEMINARS (3 ECTS = half an in-depth topic)
  • (I, MI) Compact seminar process-oriented IT service management
  • (I, MI) all excess seminars on selected topics in computer science
Contact and information: Course planning WS 20/21

[08/10/18, last update: 10/27/20] Interdisciplinary skills

The module "Interdisciplinary Competencies" currently comprises 4 sub-modules with 3 ECTS each. Of these, however, only 3 have to be completed. For each of the sub-modules 1.-4. usually several specific events are offered. When completing two courses in one of the four sub-modules 1.-4. only one can be recognized. The four sub-modules include:

  • 1. Sub-module "Ethics and Law in Computer Science" =
    • *) Legal IT project management, Sarre (every winter semester)
  • 2a. Sub-module (only for media IT specialists) "Project competence multimedia" = (depending on the semester offered)
    • *) Project competence multimedia: Maya
    • *) Internship media design
    • *) Practical Course: Advanced Tangible Light
    • *) Compact seminar process-oriented IT service management
    • *) Compact seminar information security management
    • *) an internship / working student activity with a focus on media informatics and at least 90 hours total working time.
      For recognition, we need an informal confirmation from the employer stating this, please file it in Uni2work workflows
  • 2 B. Sub-module (only for computer scientists) "IT competence" = (depending on the semester offered)
    • *) Compact seminar process-oriented IT service management
    • *) Compact seminar information security management
    • *) an internship / working student job with a focus on computer science and at least 90 hours total working time.
      For recognition, we need an informal confirmation from the employer stating this, please file it in Uni2work workflows
  • 3rd sub-module "Seminar personal and social competence" = (depending on the semester offered)
    • *) Business planning: Starting up - From Ideas to Successful Business (registration required)
    • *) Seminar applications, Bry
    • *) Tutors for a course
    • *) Activity in which a certain leading personal and social competence was demonstrated (e.g. leading a group independently, being an independent sports teacher, etc.)
    • *) Active student council activity

    • For recognition, we need an informal confirmation from which this can be seen, please file it in Uni2work workflows
  • 4th sub-module e-Xplore Technical English online course (registration required)
    -> Languages ​​-> English -> e-Xplore Technical English -> Technical English in computer science and IT
    For recognition, we need the PDF proof (if possible the graded one), please file it in Uni2work workflows
Contact and information: Course planning

Grading for "interdisciplinary skills"

For all "interdisciplinary competencies" only the passing counts, i.e. a possible grade is not included in the overall grade. If there is a grade, it will be displayed if it is not worse than the overall grade.


[06/09/20, last update: 10/19/20] Deadlines for announcement of exams / registration for exams

By resolution of the Examination Committees for Computer Science and Media Informatics on June 8, 2020 (1-3.) And October 19, 2020 (4th), the organizers must adhere to the following deadlines for examinations at the Institute of Computer Science from this date:

  • 1. The registration period must begin at least 14 days before the exam.
  • 2. The registration period must be at least 10 days.
  • 3. At least 10 days before the end of the registration period, the day and period of the examination, as well as the type of examination and its structure, must be known.
  • 4. At least 10 days before the end of the registration period for an exam, the grades of the previous exam for the same module / sub-module should be made known to the students (if necessary, without reviewing the exam).
The points 1.-4. are minimum requirements, normally longer deadlines should be set by the organizers.

[04.11.20] Theoretical computer science for media computer scientists

This module is covered from SS 21 onwards by attending part of the "Formal Languages ​​and Complexity" course. Details can be found on the website of "Formal Languages ​​and Complexity".


[04/04/20, last update: 08/02/21] Information for freshmen for SS 21

Due to the current quarantine situation, there will unfortunately be no information events. All important information for starting your studies is shown here:
Information for new students
Be sure to read this text carefully and only contact the course coordinator if you have any questions.

Timetable proposal for first semester computer science for the summer semester

  • Algorithms and data structures
  • Programming and modeling
  • Computer architecture
  • Logic and Discrete Structures

Registration for courses: It is not possible to register via LSF for lectures in computer science, the Uni2Work system is generally used, in exceptional cases also LMU moodle. For computer scientists, registrations for computational linguistics and less-attended psychology events also go directly through the lecturers.

Detailed information about the type of courses offered (in this special situation) can be found on the individual websites of the individual courses:
Computer science courses

Explanation: The courses offered in computer science are annual and not semester-wise. Newcomers to the summer semester (SS) therefore mainly study by swapping the curriculum with the start of the winter semester (WS) (semester 1 with 2, 3 with 4, etc.). Since the courses in question do not build on one another, this is generally possible without any problems. (Certain adjustments then arise in the course of the further course of study.)


[04/05/20], last update: 04/05/20] In-depth topics in SS 2020

As "Advanced Topics in Computer Science / Media Informatics for Bachelor's" (6 ECTS), the following courses are permitted in SS 20 (according to the current status); I = computer science (all variants), I120 = computer science 120 ECTS, MI = media informatics:

  • LECTURES
  • (I, MI) Introduction to Quantum Computing, Kranzlmüller
  • (I, MI) IT management, Kranzlmüller. Sheep
  • (I, MI) Intelligent Systems, Linnhoff-Popien, Feld
  • (I, MI) Advanced Functional Programming, Sabel
  • (I, MI) Multimedia programming, Hussmann
  • (I, MI) Algorithmic Bioinformatics I, Friedel (recognized with 6 ECTS)
  • (I, MI) Algorithmic Bioinformatics: Trees and Graphs, Heun (recognized with 6 ECTS)
  • (I, MI) Algorithmic Systems Biology, Zimmer (recognized with 6 ECTS)
  • (I) computer graphics, Butz
  • (I) human-machine interaction, Butz
  • (MI) Logic and Discrete Structures, Johannsen
  • (MI, I120) Formal specification and verification, Ernst
  • (I120) Programming and Modeling, Bry, Prokosch
  • (I120) Computer architecture, Linnhoff-Popien
  • INTERNSHIP
  • (I, MI) Virtual Reality Internship, Kranzlmüller
  • (I, MI) Internship administration and conception of virtual systems, Kranzlmüller
  • (I, MI) Block internship quantum computing, Kranzlmüller
  • (I, MI) Internship Mobile and Distributed Systems, Linnhoff-Popien
  • (I, MI) Internship iOS development, Linnhoff-Popien, Friedrich, Roch
  • (I, MI) Internship Autonomous Systems, Linnhoff-Popien, Phan, Sedlmeier
  • (I, MI) Affective Computing - Emphatic AI, Maier
  • (I, MI) Internship in advanced software engineering, Beyer
  • (I, MI) Internship mod development, Sabel, Barth
  • (I, MI) Internship VR programming Unity, Hussmann
  • (I, MI) Excess system or software development internship (12 ECTS, only if both have been completed)
  • (MI) Internship development of media systems, Hussmann
  • (MI) Block internship Sketching with Hardware, Butz
  • SEMINARS (3 ECTS = half an in-depth topic)
  • (I, MI) all excess seminars on selected topics in computer science
Contact and information: Courses SS 20

[02/12/2020, last update: 02/12/2020] Change to new statutes (media informatics)

For the winter semester 18/19 there was a change in the statutes of the Bachelor in Media Informatics. The application subjects human-machine interaction and media management are affected. All beginners since WS 18/19 study according to the new statutes. By default, all those who have already started study according to the old statutes. In order to change to the new statutes, the course coordinator must be informed (email is sufficient).


[10/3/19], last update: 10/3/19] In-depth topics in WS 2019/20

The following courses will be admitted as "Advanced Topics in Computer Science / Media Informatics for Bachelor" (6 ECTS) in WS 19/20 (according to the current status); I = IT (all variants), MI = Media IT:

  • LECTURES
  • (I, MI) Parallel and High Performance Computing, Kranzlmüller, Fürlinger
  • (I, MI) IT security, Reiser
  • (I, MI) Virtualized Systems, Danciu
  • (I, MI) Quantum Applications, Linnhoff-Popien, Feld
  • (I, MI) Knowledge Discovery in Databases I, Seidl
  • (I, MI) Big Data Management and Analytics, Schubert
  • (I, MI) Modeling of dynamic and adaptive systems, Wirsing, Hesse
  • INTERNSHIP
  • (I, MI) Internship Computer Networks Engineering, Kranzlmüller
  • (I, MI) Internship Mobile and Distributed Systems, Linnhoff-Popien, Ebert, Phan
  • (I, MI) Internship Autonomous Systems, Linnhoff-Popien
  • (I, MI) Internship Affective Computing - Empathic AI, Maier
  • (I, MI) Internship iOS development, Linnhoff-Popien, Friedrich
  • (MI) Internship development of media systems, Hussmann, Butz
  • (MI) Internship Sketching with Hardware, Schmidt
  • (MI) Web programming internship, Schmidt
  • (MI) Block internship Experience Design, Butz, Ullrich
  • (I, MI) Excess system or software development internship (if both have been completed)
  • SEMINARS (3 ECTS = half an in-depth topic)
  • (I, MI) Compact seminar process-oriented IT service management
  • (MI) Social Media, Kaiser
  • (I, MI) all excess seminars on selected topics in computer science
Contact and information: Course planning WS 19/20

[04/07/21] Media informatics: application subject media management from winter semester 2018/19

Curriculum


[04/03/19, last update: 09/06/19] Central registration for Bachelor seminars / software development internships

Registration for the bachelor's seminars and internships is again via a central registration process, deadline: 22.9.19


[04/03/19, last update: 09/05/2019] Seminars on selected topics in computer science (= introductory seminars, bachelor seminars)

Places for bachelor seminars are usually allocated via a central registration process in uni2work. All can be found on the course offer page under the heading in bold Courses in the bachelor's degree Events listed as "seminars" can be included, which are also listed in the central registration process for the Bachelor seminars in Uniworx.

Danger! The compact seminars "Process-oriented IT Service Management" and "Information Security Management" apply NOT as seminars on selected topics in computer science. These can, however, be introduced as IT skills or as (half) in-depth topics.


[02/22/19] Withdrawal from examination due to illness

If you cannot take exams due to illness, this generally has no negative consequences. You then simply take part in one of the next regularly offered exams for the event. Also because of illness, a certificate should not be sent to the examination office immediately. The examination office will generally not respond to such emails. If certificates are available, these should be collected and only presented to the examination office at the time when the maximum duration of study (of 9 subject semesters) is exceeded and an extension of the study period is requested or the basic and orientation test (GOP) at the end of the 3rd subject semester failed and a GOP extension is requested.


[10/25/18, last update: 11/21/2018] Change of curriculum regarding human factors

From SS 19 onwards, the 6-ECTS course User Experience 2 is offered in the human-machine interaction application subject of the Media Informatics Bachelor's degree. This replaces the two events Human Factors I + II, which are expiring.
DANGER! Human Factors II is no longer offered in SS 19. Further current information on:
Semester planning - timetable proposals for media informatics


[08/10/18, last update: 08/10/18] Proseminar registration for the winter semester 2018/19

Registration for the "Seminar on selected topics in computer science" (= Proseminar) takes place, as usual, centrally via Uniworx. Deadline: 09/24/2018, 8:00 a.m.


[08/09/18], last update: 08/10/2018] In-depth topics in the winter semester 2018/19

The following courses are permitted as "Advanced Topics in Computer Science / Media Informatics for Bachelor" (6 ECTS) in WS 18/19 (according to the current status); I = IT (all variants), MI = Media IT:

  • LECTURES
  • (I, MI) Parallel and High Performance Computing, Kranzlmüller, Fürlinger
  • (I, MI) IT security, Reiser, Hommel
  • (I, MI; if places are free) Introduction to Quantum Computing, Kranzlmüller
  • (I, MI) Internet of Things (IoT), Linnhoff-Popien, Feld
  • (I, MI) Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining I, Seidl
  • (I, MI) Big Data Management and Analytics, Schubert
  • (I, MI) Modeling of dynamic and adaptive systems, Wirsing, Hesse
  • (I, MI) Advanced Functional Programming, Jost
  • (I, MI) Modern Computer Architecture, Cichon
  • (I, MI) SAT Solving, Johannsen
  • (I, MI) Algorithmic Systems Biology, Friedel
  • (I, MI) Algorithms on Sequences, Heun
  • INTERNSHIP (ATTENTION! Central registration via Uniworx by 09/24/2018, 8:00 a.m.)
  • (I, MI) Internship Computer Networks, Kranzlmüller, Kowalewski
  • (I, MI) Internship Mobile and Distributed Systems, Linnhoff-Popien, Ebert, Phan
  • (I, MI) Internship in Innovative Mobile Applications, Linnhoff-Popien, Belzner, Gabor, Kiermeier
  • (I, MI) Internship Affective Computing - Empathic AI, Maier
  • (I, MI) Internship iOS development, Linnhoff-Popien, Friedrich
  • (I, MI) Internship compiler construction, Schöpp
  • (MI) Internship development of media systems, Hussmann, Butz
  • (MI) Block internship Sketching with Hardware, Butz
  • (MI) Block internship Experience Design, Butz, Ullrich
  • (I, MI) Excess system or software development internship (if both have been completed)
  • SEMINARS (3 ECTS = half an in-depth topic)
  • (I, MI) Compact seminar process-oriented IT service management
  • (MI) Social Media, Kaiser
  • (I, MI) all excess seminars on selected topics in computer science
Contact and information: Course planning WS 18/19

[01.10.18] General tutor training at the LMU

Registration is via the LSF: Cross-Faculty Events - TutorPlus


[03.04.18, last update: 04.04.18] In-depth topics in SS 2018

The following courses are permitted as "Advanced Topics in Computer Science / Media Informatics for Bachelor's" in SS 18 (according to the current status) (I = Computer Science (all variants), MI = Media Computer Science, I-120 = additional offers for Bachelor Computer Science 120 ECTS):

  • LECTURES
  • (I, MI) multimedia programming, Hussmann
  • (I, MI) IT management, Kranzlmüller. Sheep
  • (I, MI) Type Systems, Schöpp
  • (I, MI: 6 ECTS) Algorithmic Bioinformatics: Trees and Graphs, Friedel
  • (I, MI: 3 ECTS) Virtualized Systems, Danciu
  • (I) computer graphics, Butz
  • (I) man-machine interaction, Schmidt
  • (MI) Logic and Discrete Structures, Bry
  • (I-120) Programming and Modeling, Bry
  • (I-120) Computer architecture, Linnhoff-Popien
  • (MI, I-120) Formal Specification and Verification, Beyer
  • INTERNSHIP
  • Still free places, please register directly with the organizers:
  • (I, MI) Internship Mobile and Distributed Systems, Linnhoff-Popien
  • (I, MI) Internship Innovative Mobile Applications, Linnhoff-Popien
  • (I, MI) Internship iOS development, Linnhoff-Popien
  • (I, MI) Internship in advanced software engineering, Beyer
  • (I, MI) Internship compiler construction, Schöpp
  • (MI) Internship Web Programming, Schmidt
  • (MI) Internship development of media systems with Android, Hussmann
  • ALL SPACES ALREADY OCCUPIED:
  • (I, MI) Internship "Advanced Software Engineering
  • (I, MI) Internship VR programming Unity, Hussmann
  • (MI) Block internship in multimedia programming, Hussmann
  • (MI) Block internship Sketching with Hardware
Contact and information: Course planning SS 18

[04/04/2018] Introductory event: Orientation phase

Orientation phase summer semester
Orientation phase winter semester
The presentation of the subject is particularly important

[02/08/18] Reference to information event organized by the LMU Career Service

Career Talk for students of computer science / IT-related courses on March 16, 2018.
Registration is possible until March 1st, 2018.


[10/13/17, last update: 10/22/2020] Information for first-year students for WS 20/21

There is an orientation phase in the week before the start of the lecture period

Due to the current quarantine situation, there will unfortunately be no information events. All important information for starting your studies is presented here: Information for new students Please read this text carefully and only contact the program coordinator in exceptional cases if you have any questions.

Suggested timetables for first semester in the winter semester

Bachelor programs in Computer Science 150 ECTS and Computer Science plus Computational Linguistics / Statistics:

Special regulation for bachelor students in computer science with a minor in economics or economics in the 1st or 2nd semester

Since the "Fundamentals of Economics 1" overlaps with the "Introduction to Programming", these students can use the "Introduction to Computer Science: Programming and Software Development" in the 9 ECTS variant (Wed 2pm - 6pm, see below) as a substitute for the "Introduction to Programming". This regulation does not apply to higher semesters.


Bachelor's degree in computer science plus mathematics:

Bachelor's degree in computer science 120 ECTS = bachelor's degree in computer science with a minor of 60 ECTS:

Special regulation for bachelor's degree in computer science with a minor in economics (see above for bachelor's degree in computer science 150 ECTS)

Bachelor's degree in media informatics:

Bachelor's degree in Media Informatics minor 60 ECTS:

Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, minor 60 ECTS:

Bachelor's degree in Computer Science minor subject 30 ECTS:

Allocation for IT events

Computer science students cannot register for courses in the departments of computer science, mathematics, statistics, computational linguistics and psychology via LSF; they can either register via Uni2Work or directly with the lecturer. In general, no registration is required for these departments before the lecture period, students in the first year of study can simply attend the first courses. In general, students should consult the websites of the respective events: Courses offered

Registration for courses in the minor subject:

Courses in the minor subjects in the Informatik plus * courses cannot be taken via LSF either. You can also register either via Uniworx or directly with the lecturer (for computational linguistics, French, Spanish, psychology, registration for exams on the basics of psychology and human factors in the next summer semester will probably be via Uni2Work again). Registration via LSF is generally only valid for the "external" minor subjects that are offered for the computer science courses of 150 ECTS or 120 ECTS.


[09/12/17, last update: 09/28/17] In-depth topics in the winter semester 2017/18

The following courses (I = Computer Science, MI = Media Informatics) are permitted as "Advanced Topics in Computer Science / Media Informatics for Bachelor" in WS 17/18 (according to the current status):

  • (I, MI) Parallel and High Performance Computing (formerly Parallel Computing: Basics and Applications), Kranzlmüller, Fürlinger
  • (I, MI) IT security, Reiser, Hommel
  • (I, MI) Grid and Cloud Computing, Kranzlmüller, Schiffers
  • (I, MI; if places are free) Introduction to Quantum Computing, Kranzlmüller, Bubak, Rycerz, Guggemos
  • (I, MI) Knowledge Discovery in Databases I, Kröger
  • (I, MI) Big Data Management and Analytics, Schubert
  • (I, MI) Modeling of dynamic and adaptive systems, Wirsing, Hesse
  • (I, MI) Complexity Theory, Johannsen
  • (I, MI) Coding Theory, Hofmann, Cichon
  • (I, MI) Algorithms on Sequences, Heun
  • (I, MI) Internship Computer Networks, Kranzlmüller, Kowalewski
  • (I, MI) Internship Mobile and Distributed Systems, Linnhoff-Popien, Beck, Ebert
  • (I, MI) Internship Innovative Mobile Applications, Linnhoff-Popien, Belzner, Gabor, Kiermeier
  • (I, MI) Internship Affective Computing, Linnhoff-Popien, Schmid, Maier
  • (I, MI) Internship iOS development, Linnhoff-Popien, Schönfeld, Hahn
  • (I, MI) Internship compiler construction, Schöpp
  • (MI) Internship development of media systems, Hussmann, Butz
  • (MI) Block internship Sketching with Hardware, Butz
Contact and information: Courses WS 17/18

Compensation for disadvantages

Compensation for disadvantages must be requested directly from the respective chairperson of the examination board.

Examination Boards

Chairman of the Examination Board Bachelor Computer Science (all variants, major and minor): Prof. Beyer
Chairman of the Examination Board Bachelor Media Informatics (major and minor): Prof. Hußmann
Further information: Examination boards of the faculty


[04/11/17, last update: 04/11/17] Interdisciplinary skills in SS 2017

The module "Interdisciplinary Competencies" currently comprises 4 sub-modules with 3 ECTS each. Of these, however, only 3 have to be completed. In SS 2017 the following are offered (I = for computer science students, MI = for media computer science students):

  • 1. (I, MI) "Ethics and Law in Computer Science" = "Intellectual Property & Information Technology, Schwarz"
  • 2. (MI) "Project competence multimedia" =
    • *) Project competence multimedia: Maya or
    • ??) Internship media design or
    • *) an internship / working student activity with a focus on media informatics and at least 90 hours total working time. For recognition, send an informal confirmation from the employer stating both to the course coordinator.
  • 2. (I) "IT competence" =
    • *) Compact seminar "Information Security Management" or
    • *) an internship / working student job with a focus on computer science and at least 90 hours total working time. For recognition, send an informal confirmation from the employer stating this to the course coordinator.
  • 3. (I, MI) "Seminar personal and social competence" =
    • *) Business planning: Starting up - From Ideas to Successful Business (registration required) or
    • *) Bachelor seminar "Applications", Bry or
    • *) Tutors for a course or
    • *) Activity in which a certain personal and social competence was acquired or demonstrated (e.g. independent leadership of a group, independent sports teacher activity, etc.)
  • 4th (I, MI) e-Xplore Technical English online course (registration required)
    -> Languages ​​-> English -> e-Xplore Technical English -> Technical English in computer science and IT
Contact and information: Course planning SS 17

Grading for "interdisciplinary skills"

For all "interdisciplinary competencies" only the passing counts, i.e. a possible grade is not included in the overall grade. If there is a grade, it will be displayed if it is not worse than the overall grade.


[03/14/17, last update: 03/14/17] Proseminars in SS 2017

As a "seminar on selected topics in computer science" (= introductory seminar) the following events are permitted in SS 17 (according to the current status) (I = computer science, MI = media informatics):

  • (I, MI) Proseminar Computer Networks: Embedded Communication Systems, Kranzlmüller
  • (I, MI) Seminar "Trends in Mobile and Distributed Systems", Linnhoff-Popien
  • (I, MI) Seminar "Information-theoretical Data Mining", Böhm
  • (I, MI) Seminar "The stable marriage problem and other (related) assignment and distribution problems", Majster-Cederbaum
  • (I, MI) Seminar "Probabilistic Programming", Hofmann
  • (MI) Proseminar Media Informatics, Butz
Contact and information: Course planning SS 17

[03/14/17, last update: 04/27/17] In-depth topics in SS 2017

The following courses are permitted as "In-depth topics in computer science / media informatics for bachelor's" in SS 17 (according to the current status) (I = computer science (all variants), MI = media informatics, I-120 = additional offers for bachelor computer science 120 ECTS):

  • (I, MI) multimedia programming, Hussmann
  • (I, MI) IT management, Kranzlmüller. Sheep
  • (I, MI) Design and implementation of parallel programs, Hennicker
  • (I, MI) cryptography, Hofmann, Schöpp
  • (I, MI) Advanced Functional Programming, Jost
  • (I, MI) Internship Mobile and Distributed Systems, Linnhoff-Popien
  • (I, MI) Internship Innovative Mobile Applications, Linnhoff-Popien
  • (I, MI) iOS development internship, Linnhoff-Popien
  • (I, MI) Internship in advanced software engineering, Beyer
  • (I, MI) Internship compiler construction, Schöpp
  • (I) computer graphics, crown
  • (I) human-machine interaction, alt
  • (I) Algorithmic Bioinformatics I, Friedel
  • (MI) Internship development of media systems with Android, Hussmann
  • (MI) Block internship in multimedia programming, Hussmann
  • (MI) Block internship Sketching with Hardware
  • (MI) Logic and Discrete Structures, Hofmann / Jost
  • (I-120) Programming and Modeling, Bry
  • (I-120) Computer architecture, Linnhoff-Popien
  • (I-120) Formal specification and verification, Schöpp
Contact and information: Course planning SS 17

[10/5/16, last update: 10/14/16] Information for freshmen for the winter semester 2016/17

Introductory event: orientation phase

Orientation phase computer science / media informatics (major and minor)
The course presentation is particularly important: Thursday, October 13th morning

Suggested timetables for freshmen for the winter semester 2016/17

Bachelor programs in Computer Science 150 ECTS and Computer Science plus Computational Linguistics / Statistics:

  • *) Introduction to programming: Tuesday 14-16 and Thursday 12-14
  • *) Linear algebra for computer scientists (and statisticians): Mon 16-18 and Fri 8-10 (Theresienstr. 41, room C 123)
  • *) Analysis for computer scientists (and statisticians): Tues 8-10 and Thurs 8-10 (Geschw.-Scholl-Pl. 1 (N) - Großer Physiksaal (N 120))
  • *) Minor subject: e.g. introduction to computational linguistics or descriptive statistics
  • *) Operating systems: Mon 10-12 and Wed 14-15 (only if not all minor courses can be attended (e.g. applies to the special minor psychology))

  • plus exercises in groups (exercises start later)

Special regulation for bachelor students in computer science with a minor in economics in the 1st or 2nd semester

Since the "Fundamentals of Economics 1" overlaps with the "Introduction to Programming", these students can use the "Introduction to Computer Science: Programming and Software Development" in the 9 ECTS variant (Wed 2pm - 6pm, see below) as a substitute for the "Introduction to Programming". This regulation does not apply to higher semesters.


Bachelor's degree in computer science plus mathematics:

  • *) Introduction to programming: Tuesday 14-16 and Thursday 12-14
  • *) Analysis of one variable: Mon 10-12 and Thurs 10-12 (Theresienstr. 41, room C 123)
  • *) Linear Algebra I: Wed 10-12 and Fri 12-14 (Theresienstr. 41, room C 123)

  • plus exercises in groups (exercises start later)

Bachelor's degree in computer science 120 ECTS = bachelor's degree in computer science with a minor of 60 ECTS:

  • *) Introduction to programming: Tuesday 14-16 and Thursday 12-14
  • *) Linear algebra for computer scientists (and statisticians): Mon 16-18 and Fri 8-10 (Theresienstr. 41, room C 123)
  • *) Basics of analysis: Wed 10-12 and Fri 10-12
  • *) plus minor course (s)
  • *) Operating systems: Mon 10-12 and Wed 14-15 (only if fewer minor courses are taken)

  • plus exercises in groups (exercises start later)

Bachelor's degree in media informatics (all except the application subject human-machine interaction):

  • *) Introduction to programming: Tue 14-16, Thu 12-14
  • *) Analysis for computer scientists (and statisticians): Tues 8-10 and Thurs 8-10 (Geschw.-Scholl-Pl. 1 (N) - Großer Physiksaal (N 120))
  • *) Digital media: Fri 10-13
  • *) plus minor course (s)

  • plus exercises in groups (exercises start later)

Bachelor's degree in media informatics with the application subject human-machine interaction:

Bachelor's degree in Media Informatics minor 60 ECTS:

Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, minor 60 ECTS:

Bachelor's degree in Computer Science minor subject 30 ECTS:

Allocation for IT events

You do not have to register for the courses in the computer science / mathematics / statistics departments using the central LSF booking procedure at the LMU. Students can i. d. Usually just go to the lectures. Any (rare) special regulations are event-specific and are determined directly by the organizers, but do not affect the first semester. In general, students should consult the websites of the respective events: Courses offered

Registration for courses in the minor subject:

Computer science courses (see previous entry) do not have to be taken by the students via HISLSF. However, this does not apply to certain events in the minor subjects that are offered by other departments.


[23.09.16, last update: 19.10.16] In-depth topics in the winter semester 2016/17

The following courses are permitted as "advanced topics in computer science / media informatics for bachelor's" in WS 16/17 (according to the current status) (I = informatics, MI = media informatics):

  • (I, MI) Big Data Management and Analytics, Schubert
  • (I, MI) Parallel and High Performance Computing (formerly Parallel Computing: Basics and Applications), Kranzlmüller, Fürlinger, Kowalewski
  • (I, MI) IT security, Reiser, Hommel
  • (I, MI) Automata Theory, Hofmann
  • (I, MI) Coding Theory, Hofmann, Cichon
  • (I, MI) Algorithms on Sequences, Friedel
  • (I, MI) Internship Computer Networks, Kranzlmüller, Danciu
  • (I, MI) Internship Advanced Software Development with Modern C ++, Kranzlmüller, Fuchs
  • (I, MI) Internship Mobile and Distributed Systems, Linnhoff-Popien, Beck, Ebert
  • (I, MI) Internship Innovative Mobile Applications, Linnhoff-Popien, Belzner, Gabor, Kiermeier
  • (I, MI) Internship iOS development, Linnhoff-Popien, Schönfeld, Hahn
  • (MI) Internship development of media systems, Hussmann, Butz
  • (MI) Block internship Sketching with Hardware, Butz
  • Digital media, Hussmann (only for students in the Bachelor's NF Computer Science 60 ECTS and for teacher training students)
Contact and information: Courses WS 16/17

[08/30/16] Media informatics: application subject media management from winter semester 2016/17

There have been minor changes in the application subject of media management, see the corresponding pdf for the bachelor's degree on the WIM curriculum page.The new teaching cluster now includes the Institute for Information Systems and New Media (WIM) by Prof. Hess, the Institute for Electronic Commerce and Digital Markets (ECM) by Prof. Spann, and the Professorship for Internet Business and Internet Services (IBIS) by Prof. . Wreath.

- The basics of business administration as a minor are retained.
- The course "Digital Media and Business" should be seen as the absolute basis and core of the in-depth study.
- In the area of ​​"Specific Issues in the Media Industry", the event "Management and Economics of Network Industries" will no longer be recognized, as the professorship offering it is no longer part of the teaching cluster.
- To this end, the "Management of Digital Technologies" (VL + Ü) course will be offered by Prof. Kranz's Professorship for Internet Business and Internet Services (IBIS) from the 2017 summer semester.
- The introductory seminar "Content Management Systems" will be offered for the last time this winter semester (16/17).
- The lecture "Digital Enterprise" can be credited in the module "Business Planning for New Media".
- Advanced seminar: Many media informatics students apply. Alternatively, however, the lecture + exercise Electronic Commerce by Prof. Spann or, in the future, the event Management of Digital Technologies by Prof. Kranz can be attended.


[07/29/16] Exam on basic concepts of psychology I and II in SS 16

The date for viewing grades is: Thursday, October 6th, 2016, 10 a.m.-12 p.m. after prior notification by email: [email protected]

[22.6.16] Peer-to-Peer mentoring program at the LMU

1. Looking for student mentors

2. Student survey


[04/13/16, last update: 04/14/16] Interdisciplinary skills in summer semester 2016

The module "Interdisciplinary Competencies" currently comprises 4 sub-modules with 3 ECTS each. Of these, however, only 3 have to be completed. In SS 2016 the following are offered (I = Computer Science, MI = Media Informatics):

  • 1. (I, MI) "Seminar personal and social competence" =
    • a) Business planning seminar: Mon, Tue 16-18; Mon, Tue, Wed 18-20 (registration required) or
    • b) Bachelor seminar "Applications", Bry or
    • c) Tutors for a course or
    • d) Activities in which personal and social skills have been acquired or demonstrated (e.g. leading a group, working as a sports teacher, etc.)
  • 2. (I, MI) "Ethics and Law in Computer Science" = "Intellectual Property & Information Technology, Schwarz"
  • 3 (MI) "Project competence multimedia" =
    • a) Project competence multimedia: Maya or
    • b) Internship media design or
    • c) an internship / working student activity with a focus on media informatics (1) and at least 90 hours total working time (2) (send an informal confirmation from the employer, stating both, to the course coordinator for recognition)
  • 3 (I) "IT competence" =
    • a) IT competence (Cichon) or
    • b) Internship Virtualized Systems or
    • c) Compact seminar "Process-oriented IT service management" or
    • d) an internship / working student activity with a focus on computer science and at least 90 hours total working time (send an informal confirmation from the employer stating this to the course coordinator for recognition)
  • 4th (I, MI) e-Xplore Technical English online course (registration required)
    -> Languages ​​-> English -> e-Xplore Technical English -> Technical English in computer science and IT
Contact and information: Course planning SS 16

Grading for "interdisciplinary skills"

For all "interdisciplinary competencies" only the passing counts, i.e. a possible grade is not included in the overall grade. If there is a grade, it will be displayed if it is not worse than the overall grade.


[04/05/16, last update: 04/12/16] In-depth topics in SS 2016

The following courses are permitted as "advanced topics in computer science / media informatics for bachelor's" in SS 16 (according to current status) (I = computer science (all variants), MI = media informatics, I-120 = additional offers for bachelor's computer science 120 ECTS):

  • (I, MI) Introduction to Grid Computing, Kranzlmüller, Schiffers
  • (I, MI) multimedia programming, Hussmann
  • (I, MI) IT management, Kranzlmüller. Sheep
  • (I, MI) sensor networks. Linnhoff-Popien, Werner
  • (I, MI) Knowledge Discovery in Databases I, Seidl
  • (I, MI) Database Systems II, Kröger
  • (I, MI) Design and implementation of parallel programs, Hennicker
  • (I, MI) Computerized Evidence, Hofmann, Cichon
  • (I, MI) Algorithmic Bioinformatics I, Heun
  • (I, MI) Internship Mobile and Distributed Systems, Linnhoff-Popien
  • (I, MI) Internship Innovative Mobile Applications, Linnhoff-Popien
  • (I, MI) iOS development internship, Linnhoff-Popien
  • (I, MI) Internship in software engineering for advanced users, Hölzl
  • (I, MI) Block internship in multimedia programming, Hussmann
  • (I) computer graphics, crown
  • (I) human-machine interaction, alt
  • (MI) Internship development of media systems with Android, Hussmann
  • (MI) Block internship Sketching with Hardware
  • (I-120) Programming and Modeling, Bry
  • (I-120) Computer architecture, Linnhoff-Popien
  • (I-120) Formal specification and verification, Schöpp
Contact and information: Course planning SS 16

[03/18/16, last update: 04/14/16] Proseminars in SS 2016

As a "seminar on selected topics in computer science" (= introductory seminar), the following events are permitted in SS 16 (according to the current status) (I = computer science, MI = media informatics):

  • (I, MI) Seminar applications, Bry
  • (I, MI) Proseminar Computer Networks: Challenges in Parallel Computing, Kranzlmüller
  • (I, MI) Seminar "Trends in Mobile and Distributed Systems", Linnhoff-Popien
  • (I, MI) Seminar "Algorithms for pattern recognition, search in networks and network analysis with applications", Majster-Cederbaum
  • (I, MI) Seminar "Parallel and Concurrent Programming", Hofmann
  • (MI) Proseminar Medieninformatik, Hussmann
  • (I, MI) (By arrangement with the seminar leader) Advanced seminar Programmable Networks, Danciu
Contact and information: Course planning SS 16

[01/14/16] Note: Heidelberg Laureate Forum

The HLF offers selected young mathematicians and computer scientists the opportunity to personally meet outstanding award winners in their subjects. Winner of the Abel Prize, the ACM A.M. Turing Award, the Fields Medal and the Nevanlinna Prize enter into an intergenerational scientific dialogue with the young researchers for a week at this network meeting in Heidelberg. Applications from young researchers in all phases of their careers (students, doctoral candidates, postdocs) are still possible online here until February 3rd.


[01/05/16] Media informatics with AW Medienwirtschaft

For the lecture "Quantifying Methods" (SS 15, Haas), unfortunately, wrong grades were booked up to 5.1.16. The corrections have now been made.


[12/14/15] Medieninformatik with AW Medienwirtschaft

For the exercise "Communication Science: Credibility as a Key Concept in Impact Research", some wrong marks were given by communication science. The correct grades have now been posted.


[23.09.15] Information for freshmen for the winter semester 2015/16

Suggested timetables for freshmen for the 2015/16 winter semester

Bachelor's degree in media informatics:

  • *) Introduction to programming, Tuesday 14-16, Thursday 12-14
  • *) Analysis for computer scientists (and statisticians): Tues 8-10 and Thurs 8-10 (Geschw.-Scholl-Pl. 1 (N) - Großer Physiksaal (N 120))
  • *) Digital media: Fri 10-13
  • *) plus minor course (s)

  • plus exercises in groups (exercises start later)

Bachelor's degree in Media Informatics minor 60 ECTS:

Bachelor programs in Computer Science 150 ECTS and Computer Science plus Computational Linguistics / Statistics:

  • *) Introduction to programming: Tuesday 14-16 and Thursday 12-14
  • *) Linear algebra for computer scientists (and statisticians): Mon 16-18 and Fri 8-10 (Theresienstrasse 41, room C 123)
  • *) Analysis for computer scientists (and statisticians): Tuesday 8-10 am and Thursday 8-10 am (Geschw.-Scholl-Pl. 1 (N) - Großer Physiksaal (N 120))
  • *) plus minor course (s)
  • *) Operating systems: Wed 13-16 (only if no minor course is taken)

  • plus exercises in groups (exercises start later)

Bachelor's degree in computer science plus mathematics:

  • *) Introduction to programming: Tuesday 14-16 and Thursday 12-14
  • *) Analysis of one variable: Mon 10-12 and Thurs 10-12 (Theresienstr. 41, room C 123)
  • *) Linear Algebra I: Wed 10-12 and Fri 12-14 (Theresienstr. 41, room C 123)

  • plus exercises in groups (exercises start later)

Bachelor's degree in computer science 120 ECTS = bachelor's degree in computer science with a minor of 60 ECTS:

  • *) Introduction to programming: Tuesday 14-16 and Thursday 12-14
  • *) Linear algebra for computer scientists (and statisticians): Mon 16-18 and Fri 8-10 (Theresienstr. 41, room C 123)
  • *) Basics of analysis: Wed 10-12 and forecast. Fri 10-12
  • *) plus minor course (s)
  • *) Operating systems: Wed 13-16 (only if fewer minor courses are taken)

  • plus exercises in groups (exercises start later)

Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, minor 60 ECTS:

Bachelor's degree in Computer Science minor subject 30 ECTS:

Allocation for IT events

You do not have to register for the courses in the computer science / mathematics / statistics departments using the central LSF booking procedure at the LMU. Students can i. d. Usually just go to the lectures. Any (rare) special regulations are event-specific and are determined directly by the organizers, but do not affect the first semester. In general, students should consult the websites of the respective events: Courses offered

Registration for courses in the minor subject:

Computer science courses (see previous entry) do not have to be taken by the students via HISLSF. However, this does not apply to certain events in the minor subjects that are offered by other departments.


[09.09.15] Introductory seminars in WS 2015/16

As a "seminar on selected topics in computer science" (= introductory seminar), the following events are permitted in WS 15/16 (according to the current status) (I = computer science, MI = media informatics):

  • (I, MI) Seminar "Introduction to Methods of Empirical Research", Bry
  • (I, MI) Seminar "Trends in Mobile and Distributed Systems", Linnhoff-Popien
  • (I, MI) Seminar "Information Theoretic Data Mining", Böhm
  • (I, MI) Seminars "Introduction to Scientific Work", Zimek, Schubert E.
  • (I, MI) Seminar "Modeling of dynamic and adaptive systems", Wirsing, Hesse
  • (I, MI) Seminar "Algorithms for Search, Games and Secrets", Majster-Cederbaum
  • (I, MI) Seminar "Creation of E-Learning Material", Ohlbach
  • (I, MI) Seminar "Algorithms for Context-Free Grammars", Hofmann, Leiß
  • (MI) Proseminar Media Informatics, Butz
Contact and information: Courses WS 15/16

[09.09.15, last update: 16.10.15] In-depth topics in the winter semester 2015/16

The following courses (I = Computer Science, MI = Media Informatics) are permitted as "Advanced Topics in Computer Science / Media Informatics for Bachelor" in WS 15/16 (according to the current status):

  • (I, MI) Parallel Computing: Fundamentals and Applications, Kranzlmüller, Fürlinger
  • (I, MI) IT security, Reiser, Hommel
  • (I, MI) Geo-Information Systems, Kröger
  • (I, MI) Methods of Software Engineering, Mayer
  • (I, MI) Complexity Theory, Hofmann
  • (I, MI) Advanced Functional Programming, Jost
  • (I, MI) SAT Solving, Johannsen
  • (I, MI) Algorithms on Sequences, Heun
  • (I, MI) Internship Computer Networks, Kranzlmüller, Danciu
  • (I, MI) Internship Mobile and Distributed Systems, Linnhoff-Popien, Dorfmeister, Marcus
  • (I, MI) Internship Innovative Mobile Applications, Linnhoff-Popien, Dorfmeister, Verclas
  • (I, MI) iOS development internship, Linnhoff-Popien
  • Digital media, Hussmann (only for students in the Bachelor's NF Computer Science 60 ECTS and for teacher training students)
  • (MI) Internship development of media systems, Hussmann
  • (MI) Block internship Sketching with Hardware, Butz
  • (MI) Block internship information visualization with processing
Contact and information: Courses WS 15/16

[09.09.15] Interdisciplinary skills in the winter semester 2015/16

The module "Interdisciplinary Competencies" currently comprises 4 sub-modules (categories) with 3 ECTS each. Only 3 of these have to be completed, but only one performance can be credited within one of the categories (1st - 4th). In the winter semester 2015/16 the following are offered (I = computer science, MI = media informatics): [Note registration deadlines!]

  • 1. (I, MI) "Seminar personal and social competence" =
    • *) "Business planning seminar" or
    • *) Tutors for a course or
    • *) other activity that shows personal and social competence such as: sports teacher, (youth) group leader, group supervisor, etc.
  • 2. (I, MI) "Ethics and Law in Computer Science" = Legal IT project management
  • 3 (MI) "Project competence multimedia" =
  • 3 (I) "IT competence" =
  • 4th (I, MI) e-Xplore Technical English online course:
    Courses offered by the Virtual University of Bavaria -> Languages ​​-> English -> e-Xplore Technical English -> Technical English in computer science and IT
  • Contact and information: Course planning WS 15/16

    Grading for "interdisciplinary skills"

    For all "interdisciplinary competencies" only the passing counts, i.e. a possible grade is not included in the overall grade. If there is a grade, it will be displayed if it is not worse than the overall grade.


    [04/28/15, last update: 09/21/20] Media informatics: user studies

    The user studies are only booked into the transcript when they have been completely fulfilled. The examination office does not have any information about the current score; Franziska Schwamb and (until October 31, 2020) Malin Eiband provide an overview of the current status. A collected list of those who have passed is sent (about every 6 weeks) from the media informatics department to be posted to Mr. Letz.


    [03/23/15, last update: 2015-04-13] Note: Students (2nd-4th semester) wanted to supervise the LMU trial lessons and LMUni evenings

    Info
    If you are interested, please contact the student council: [email protected]

    [1/30/15, last update: 3/5/15] Note: German-Ukrainian interdisciplinary seminar: application deadline until March 29 extended

    Topic: information, transparency, democracy; IT and social modernization: German-Ukrainian seminar

    [02.03.15] Note: Conference of Computational Linguistics Students: 15.-16. May 2015 at the CIS in Oettingenstrasse: info sheet


    [02.03.15] >>>> Software development internship in SS 2015 <>

    In SS 15 an additional software development internship (12 ECTS, compulsory elective in the main subject, compulsory course in the minor) is offered: Website with registration form

    [03/29/15] In-depth topics in the summer semester 2015

    The following courses are permitted as "advanced topics in computer science / media informatics for bachelor's" in SS 15 (according to the current status) (I = informatics, MI = media informatics):

    • (I, MI) multimedia programming, Hussmann
    • (I, MI) Introduction to Grid Computing, Kranzlmüller, Schiffers
    • (I, MI) IT management, Kranzlmüller. Sheep
    • (I, MI) Database Systems II, Kröger
    • (I, MI) Knowledge Discovery in Databases I, Zimek
    • (I, MI) Design and implementation of parallel programs, Hennicker
    • (I, MI) Internship Mobile and Distributed Systems, Linnhoff-Popien
    • (I, MI) Internship Innovative Mobile Applications, Linnhoff-Popien
    • (I, MI) iOS development internship, Linnhoff-Popien
    • (I, MI) Block internship in multimedia programming, Hussmann
    • (I, MI) Algorithmic Bioinformatics I, Heun
    • (MI) Internship development of media systems, Hussmann
    • (MI) Block internship Sketching with Hardware
    • (I) computer graphics, Butz
    • (I) human-machine interaction, Butz
    Contact and information: Course planning SS 15

    [03/29/15] Introductory seminars in SS 2015

    As a "seminar on selected topics in computer science" (= introductory seminar), the following events are permitted in SS 15 (according to the current status) (I = computer science, MI = media informatics):

    • (I, MI) Seminar "Technical Aspects of Data Protection", Kranzlmüller
    • (I, MI) Seminar "Trends in Mobile and Distributed Systems", Linnhoff-Popien
    • (I, MI) Seminar "Algorithms for Search, Games and Secrets", Majster-Cederbaum
    • (I, MI) Seminar "Applications", Bry
    • (I, MI) Seminar "Formal Methods of IT Security" Hofmann
    • (MI) Proseminar Medieninformatik, Hussmann
    Contact and information: Course planning SS 15

    [03/24/15] Interdisciplinary skills in summer semester 2015

    The module "Interdisciplinary Competencies" currently comprises 4 sub-modules with 3 ECTS each. Of these, however, only 3 have to be completed. In SS 2015 the following are offered (I = computer science, MI = media informatics)

    • 1. (I, MI) "Seminar personal and social competence" =
      • a) Business planning seminar: Mon, Tue 16-18; Mon, Tue, Wed 18-20 (registration required) or
      • b) Bachelor seminar "Applications", Bry or
      • c) Tutors for a course or
      • d) Activities in which personal and social skills have been acquired or demonstrated (e.g. leading a group, working as a sports teacher, etc.)
    • 2. (I, MI) "Ethics and Law in Computer Science" = "Intellectual Property & Information Technology, Schwarz"
    • 3 (MI) "Project competence multimedia" =
      • a) Project competence multimedia: Maya or
      • b) Internship media design or
      • c) an internship / working student activity with a focus on media informatics (1) and at least 90 hours total working time (2) (send an informal confirmation from the employer, stating both, to the course coordinator for recognition)
    • 3 (I) "IT competence" =
      • a) Lecture IT competence or
      • b) Information security management (block seminar) or
      • c) an internship / working student activity with a focus on computer science and at least 90 hours total working time (send an informal confirmation from the employer stating this to the course coordinator for recognition)
    • 4th (I, MI) e-Xplore Technical English online course (registration required)
      -> Languages ​​-> English -> e-Xplore Technical English -> Technical English in computer science and IT
    Contact and information: Course planning SS 15

    Grading for "interdisciplinary skills"

    For all "interdisciplinary competencies" only the passing counts, i.e. a possible grade is not included in the overall grade. If there is a grade, it will be displayed if it is not worse than the overall grade.


    [02/13/15] Basic lectures in the summer semester 2015: Lecturers

    For information (especially for potential tutors) the lecturers of the main lectures in SS 15 are given here.

    • Algorithms and data structures: Renz
    • Programming and modeling: Hofmann / Jost
    • Computer architecture: Linnhoff-Popien
    • Computer networks and distributed systems: Kranzlmüller / gentschen Felde
    • Logic and Discrete Structures: Bry
    • Formal languages ​​and complexity: Ohlbach
    • Formal specification and verification: Hofmann
    • Media technology: Hussmann
    • Human-machine interaction I: Butz
    • Computer graphics: Butz
    • Introduction to Computer Science: Systems and Applications: Böhm
    • Multimedia programming: Hussmann

    [11/25/14] Corrected list of media technology grades

    For the media technology course in SS 14, a list of grades with incorrect entries was sent (essentially some that had not passed are listed as passed). These incorrect entries have now been corrected.

    [10/6/14] LMU career forum on November 5, 2014

    Info flyer

    [22.09.14] Web information systems in the winter semester 2014/15

    The lecture web information systems will not be offered in the winter semester 2014/15. Any event from the area of ​​advanced topics can be introduced as a replacement (also in the future).


    [16.09.14] Suggested timetables for first-year IT students for the winter semester 2014/15

    Introductory event: orientation phase

    Date: Tuesday, September 30th to Thursday, October 2nd, 2014. Further information: Orientation phase IT / media IT (major and minor)
    The course presentation is particularly important: Wed., October 1st at around 11 a.m.

    Suggested timetables for freshmen for the winter semester 2014/15

    Bachelor's degree in media informatics:

    • *) Introduction to programming: Tue 14-16, Thu 12-14
    • *) Analysis for computer scientists (and statisticians): Mon 12-14 and Tues 8-10 (Theresienstr. 41, room C 123)
    • *) Digital media: Fri 10-13
    • *) plus minor course (s)

    • plus exercises in groups (exercises start later)

    Bachelor's degree in Media Informatics minor 60 ECTS:

    All bachelor programs in computer science (except computer science plus mathematics):

    • *) Introduction to programming: Tue 14-16, Thu 12-14
    • *) Linear algebra for computer scientists: Thu 8-10 and Fri 8-10 (Theresienstr. 41, room C 123)
    • *) Analysis for computer scientists: Mon 12-14 and Tues 8-10 (Theresienstr. 41, room C 123)
    • *) plus minor course (s)
    • *) Operating systems: Wed 13-16 (only if no minor course is taken)

    • plus exercises in groups (exercises start later)

    Bachelor's degree in computer science plus mathematics:

    • *) Introduction to programming: Tue 14-16, Thu 12-14
    • *) Analysis of one variable: Mon 10-12 and Thurs 10-12 (Theresienstr. 41, room C 123)
    • *) Linear Algebra I: Wed 10-12 and Fri 12-14 (Theresienstr. 41, room C 123)

    • plus exercises in groups (exercises start later)

    Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, minor 60 ECTS:

    Bachelor's degree in Computer Science minor subject 30 ECTS:

    Allocation for IT events

    You do not have to register for the events of the Department of Computer Science using the central LSF booking procedure of the LMU. Students can i. d. Usually just go to the lectures. Any (rare) special regulations are event-specific and are determined directly by the organizers, but do not affect the first semester. In general, students should consult the websites of the respective events: Courses offered

    Registration for courses in the minor subject:

    Computer science courses (see previous entry) do not have to be taken by the students via HISLSF. However, this does not apply to certain events in the minor subjects that are offered by other departments.


    [16.09.14] In-depth topics in the winter semester 2014/15

    The following courses are permitted as "advanced topics in computer science / media informatics for bachelor's" in WS 14/15 (according to the current status) (I = informatics, MI = media informatics):

    • (I, MI) Parallel Computing: Fundamentals and Applications, Kranzlmüller, Fürlinger
    • (I, MI) IT security, Reiser, Hommel
    • (I, MI) Geo-Information Systems, Renz
    • (I, MI) Methods of Software Engineering, Mayer
    • (I, MI) Automata Theory, Hofmann
    • (I, MI) Advanced Functional Programming, Jost
    • (I, MI) Internship Computer Networks, Kranzlmüller, Danciu
    • (I, MI) Internship Mobile and Distributed Systems, Linnhoff-Popien, Kessel
    • (I, MI) Internship Internship Innovative Mobile Applications, Linnhoff-Popien, Verclas
    • (I, MI) iOS development internship, Linnhoff-Popien
    • (I, MI) Internship compiler construction, Schöpp
    • (MI) Internship development of media systems, Hussmann
    • (MI) Block internship Sketching with Hardware, Butz
    • (I) digital media, Hussmann
    Contact and information: Course planning WS 14/15

    [16.09.14] Interdisciplinary skills in the winter semester 2014/15

    The module "Interdisciplinary Competencies" currently comprises 4 sub-modules with 3 ECTS each. Of these, however, only 3 have to be completed. In the winter semester 2014/15 the following are offered (I = computer science, MI = media informatics):

    • 1. (I, MI) "Seminar personal and social competence" =
      • a) "Business planning seminar": Mon, Tue or Wed 16-18 or 18-20 (registration required) or
      • b) Tutors for a course
      • c) Other activities that show personal and social skills, such as: sports teacher, (youth) group leader, supervisor, etc.
    • 2. (I, MI) "Ethics and Law in Computer Science" = Legal IT project management, Sarre (Lecture Tues 8-10)
    • 3 (MI) "Project competence multimedia" =
  • 3 (I) "IT competence" =
      *) an internship / working student activity with a focus on computer science and at least 90 hours total working time (send an informal confirmation from the employer stating this to the course coordinator for recognition)
  • 4. (I, MI) Language course e-Xplore Technical English - Technical English in computer science and IT: online course (registration required).
  • Contact and information: Course planning WS 14/15

    Grading for "interdisciplinary skills"

    For all "interdisciplinary competencies" only the passing counts, i.e. a possible grade is not included in the overall grade. If there is a grade, it will be displayed if it is not worse than the overall grade.


    [12.09.14] Introductory seminars in the winter semester 2014/15

    As a "seminar on selected topics in computer science" (= introductory seminar), the following events are permitted in WS 14/15 (according to the current status) (I = computer science, MI = media informatics):

    • (I, MI) Seminar "Trends in Mobile and Distributed Systems", Linnhoff-Popien
    • (I, MI) Seminar "Information Theoretic Data Mining", Böhm
    • (I, MI) Seminar "Algorithms for Search, Games and Secrets", Majster-Cederbaum (block seminar)
    • (I, MI) Seminar "Network flow analysis, matching and the stable marriage problem with applications", Majster-Cederbaum
    • (I, MI) Seminar "Modeling of dynamic and adaptive systems", Wirsing, Hesse
    • (I, MI) Seminar Theoretical Computer Science, Hofmann
    • (I, MI) Proseminar Medieninformatik, Butz
    Contact and information: Courses WS 14/15

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    [03/31/14] Media informatics with application subject media management: Events at the WIM in SS 14

    The media management application subject at the WIM

    Course planning at the Institute for Information Systems and New Media

    The following courses are relevant for the media industry

    Module 8.1 (advanced seminar, 6 ECTS):

    WP 8.1.1: Theoretical homework seminar (advanced seminar):

    • User involvement in media production
    One of the courses listed here can also be taken into account for module 8.1:
    • Management and Economics of Network Industries; Kretschmer
    • E-commerce; Instep
    • Innovation management; Haarhoff

    Module 8.2 (introductory seminar, 3 ECTS):

    WP 8.2.1: Project Seminar New Media (Proseminar)

    or WP 8.2.2: Business Planning for New Media (Proseminar)

    • Business models in the media industry
    • Advanced Topics on DMB: Social Media
    The following events are also eligible:
    • Digital enterprise; Frosted
    • Proseminar IP Management; Lachnite, Hoisl

    [03/25/14, last update: 04/04/2018] Suggested timetables for first-year IT students for the summer semester

    There is an orientation phase in the week before the start of the lecture period

    The courses in computer science are offered annually and not every semester. Newcomers to the summer semester (SS) therefore essentially study by swapping the curriculum with the start of the winter semester (WS) (semester 1 with 2, 3 with 4, etc.). Since the courses in question do not build on each other, this is possible without any problems. Certain adjustments are necessary, however, which arise in the course of further studies.

    The student council organizes a so-called orientation phase in the week before the start of the lectures. Participation is recommended, especially in the course presentation.

    Registration (via LSF) is not necessary / possible for lectures in computer science. It is enough to go to the first lectures, everything that is necessary is explained there. Further information can be found on the individual websites of the individual events: Computer science courses

    Study plan Bachelor Computer Science major (all variants):

    First of all, it should be noted that the courses in the minor or the "plus" subject are designed for the start of the course in the winter semester, i.e. in general the minor or "plus" subject can only be started in the winter semester. Only for the Bachelor of Computer Science plus Mathematics there is the possibility of completing a linear algebra lecture in the SS, which is recognized for linear algebra I.

    Since it is a little more difficult to start studying in the SS than in the WS, we generally recommend only completing the following four lectures in the main subject (a total of 24 ECTS).

    • Programming and modeling
    • Computer architecture
    • Algorithms and data structures
    • Logic and Discrete Structures
    Compensation of points in later semesters is comparatively easier than completing 30 ECTS in the first semester. In general, only a minority of students manage to complete the Bachelor's degree in 6 semesters.

    Study plan Bachelor Computer Science plus Mathematics:

    Students of the Bachelor of Computer Science plus Mathematics can also instead of e.g.

    • Logic and Discrete Structures
    the lecture
    • Linear Algebra (for Teachers)
    complete, which is recognized with 12 ECTS for Linear Algebra I. This means that a total of 30 ECTS can be achieved in the SS.

    Bachelor Computer Science minor subject 30 or 60 ECTS:

    We recommend choosing one (30 ECTS) or two (60 ECTS) course (s) from:

    • Introduction to Computer Science: Systems and Applications
    • Computer architecture
    • Algorithms and data structures
    • Programming and modeling
    • Logic and Discrete Structures
    Depending on the individual situation, more courses can be booked, see

    Bachelor Computer Science minor subject 30 ECTS

    Bachelor Computer Science minor 60 ECTS


    [03/21/14] Introductory seminars in SS 2014

    As a "seminar on selected topics in computer science" (= introductory seminar), the following events are permitted in SS 14 (according to the current status) (I = computer science, MI = media informatics):

    • (I, MI) communication systems, Kranzlmüller, Hegering
    • (I, MI) Seminar "Trends in Mobile and Distributed Systems", Linnhoff-Popien
    • (I, MI) Algorithms for search, games and secrets, Majster-Cederbaum (block seminar on Frauenchiemsee)
    • (I, MI) Pattern recognition in texts, majster cedar tree
    • (I, MI) Creation of e-learning material, Ohlbach
    • (I, MI) Automatic proof, Hofmann, Jost, Schöpp (block seminar at the end of the semester)
    • (I, MI) Proseminar Medieninformatik, Butz
    Contact and information: Course planning SS 14

    [03/21/14] In-depth topics in SS 2014

    The following courses are permitted in SS 14 (according to the current status) as "advanced topics in computer science / media informatics for bachelor's" (I = computer science, MI = media informatics):

    • (I, MI) multimedia programming, Hussmann