Here you can find a selection of talks which we have organized in the past. Of course this does not mean that we will never organize a talk on this topic again. If you are interested in some topics, or even want to give a speech, please contact us, or join us in of our regular meetings.
On the 27th of june Fabian Knorr, Master of Science in Computer Science and ex student of the university of Passau, held a talk about his beloved programming language Rust. He followed the language ever since its first release.
The “Tools for your (S)EP” is a series of talks for Bachelor students that are prior to their (S)EP ([Software] Engineering Project). The talks will be in German.
On Monday, the third of June as part of our ongoing series of talks "Professors in Person" we welcomed guest speaker Prof. Dr. Gordon Fraser so we might - with the assistance of a little cheat sheet - uncover the mysteries of his past together.
On the 9th of May Achim Kümmler, a man with decades of experience in software development and member of the Fraunhofer Institute, elaborated on the principles of a more modern approach to software development: Scrum.
On Monday, January 14, 2019, Dr. Andreas Böhm visited the IEEE Student Branch. Under the slogan "Data Science from Garage to Production", the founder and managing director of the company ONE LOGIC talked about the success story of his former Start-Up. In just five years he managed to acquire many customers and recruit 130 employees.
In modern days, cryptography is a very important part of many aspects of our modern society―especially in the Internet: safe communication between websites needs to be ensured to keep 3rd parties from interfering, e.g.in the process of logging into a website or accessing online databases. Thanks to Prof Zumbrägel and his talk "Public-Key Cryptography for Dummies", we had the opportunity to gain insights into the basics of cryptography.
A basic component of all electronic systems today are high purity silicon wafers. These are produced by only a few companies in the world. One of them reports about challenges in their industry.
Rafael Bachmann honored our Student Branch with a talk about hardware design from scratch. This means no arduino and nothing preassembled, only the plain components designed and soldered by yourself.
Like every year we showed a selection of tools that are useful for the (S)EP ([Software] Engineering Project).
Setting up Continous Integration for a project can be quick and easy. Using a Java project with Maven, Jenkins and GitLab as an example, Thomas showed us how they ensure code quality at ONE LOGIC.