The group offers the following modules. The current schedule can be found in JOGU-StINe.
(Datenbanken I / Informationssysteme I)
Databases are a key technology in practical and applied computer science. Database management systems play an increasingly central role for businesses as a large part of companies‘ and user data are stored inside and managed by databases. Students will learn the principles of database management systems and how to use them. Special emphasis is placed on modelling and database design. In addition, focus is on learning the standard database language SQL which will enable students to apply the knowledge they have acquired in practice. More info...
Database Systems II / Non-Standard Database Systems
(Datenbanken II / Nicht-Standard-Datenbanken)
Database Systems Seminar
Offered in WiSe 2018/19
Non-Standard Database Systems Seminar
This research-oriented seminar is offered as a follow-up to the Database Systems II / Non-Standard Database Systems class. Students will be exposed to scientific literature in the data management area and specifically to topics related to managing non-standard types of data. For this purpose, students will critically read and then present to their fellow students material from recent research publications appeared in top-ranked conferences and journals.
Database Systems Lab
This lab is offered as a follow-up to the Database Systems class. Students will gain hands-on experience in building a complete information system on top of an RDBMS, which includes modelling and storing the data, and implementing an interactive and operational graphical user interface. For this purpose, students will use modern Web-based technologies and programming tools.
Non-Standard Database Systems Lab
This lab is offered as a follow-up to the Non-Standard Database Systems class. Students will gain practical experience in managing and processing non-standard types of data, including text, spatial and graphs. For this purpose, a limited number of students will form a team and collaborate on extending a user interface already developed in the Data Management group. Modern Web-based technologies and programming tools will be used in this context. The lab will be run for the entire semester.
Offered in WiSe 2022