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.

Talks of the Student Branch


Single Page Applications with AngularJS

On 2015-01-15 our members Max and Sibi showed the JavaScript framework "AngularJS" to us. It's a framework to create so called Single Page Applications, developed by Google and a huge community.

Using simple examples of how the framework could be used, they showed us how to use AngularJS (the slides …


Vim - the modern IDE

On Thursday, May 22, Olaf and Andreas were invited to give a talk about VIM and how easy it is to work with it. At the beginning, Olaf showed us basic commands like :wq and dd, which should be known by every VIM user. After that he gave us an …


Research Talk with Philipp Jovanovic: Attacks on Cryptographic Hardware

At the 28th of January 2013, Philipp Jovanovic, a researcher at the Chair of Mathematics with focus Symbolic Computation, gave a talk about „Attacks on Cryptographic Hardware”.

The slides can be downloaded here.

Abstract: Algebraische Fehlerbasierte Angriffe

Die Untersuchung kryptographischer Verfahren auf ihre Stärke, sprich auf ihre Sicherheit, ist die …


Git talk

git-Special-plakat Git is one of the most commonly used distributed version control systems (VCS). It has been developed by Linus Torvalds and is known for being used as the VCS for the Linux kernel. In comparison to other VCS, such as Subversion, distributed VCS do not rely on a central repository …


Talk about OpenStreetMap

Mag_map-120x120OpenStreetMap is an Open Source Project with the goal to achieve a worldwide geographic database everyone can use for free. Even today, the data, provided by volunteers, is used in maps, for navigation and as part of websites and mobile apps.
In their talk, Michael Käufl and Tobias Knerr will …

Vim - more than just :wq!

On June 22nd 2010, Andreas Fischer, Christopher Auer, Katrin Hanauer, Philipp Wendler and Sebastian Henneberg gave a series of talks on vim, the well known editor. The talks covered an introduction to vim and its history, as well as advanced topics such as the use of vim for writing LaTeX …

Ask your questions on Stud.IP

On Monday, December 7th 2009, the Stud.IP team will talk about their hardware and software and offer the opportunity to ask questions. Additionally, you may ask for new features or other changes on the system. Among other things, they will talk about:

  • Statistics on server requests and load
  • Server …
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