Registration for lectures (i.e. exams) is usually possible in June/December, for labs and seminars in April/October. Deadlines will be announced around the beginning of the semester. If you are a student of the University of Bonn or an Erasmus student, you have to register in BASIS. Please find instructions here (including what to do when you missed the deadline.).Bachelor students having at least 120 credits can also use BASIS to register for master modules.
How to register for our master modules when you are not a computer science master student at the University of Bonn:
Fill, print and sign the form, and bring it to one of the first classes of the semester.
Your marks/grades for the modules will not be booked electronically, but you will receive a paper certificate after the examination. We issue certificates after the marks of the second exam have been finalized (usually within ~2 weeks after the second exam), and announce their availability via eCampus.
You will have to hand in this paper certificate to the examination office that is responsible for you.
eCampus communication infrastructure
How to get access to eCampus (essential for receiving email announcements, and for accessing non-public material)
Seminar Semantic Data Web Technologies - MA-INF 4313 Understand how to read and evaluate academic papers in Computer Science. Understand new research results presented in original scientific publications in the domain of Semantic Data Web Technologies. Evaluate and analyze results and shortcomings of scientific work. Evaluate and analyze results and shortcomings of scientific work. Dr. Maria Maleshkova
, Prof. Dr. Jens Lehmann