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Bachelorprüfung »

 

 

 

 

 

0

Bachelor exam »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB6BACBP

TYP

BP

LVA Name

Bachelorprüfung

Semester

6

INTL

1

SWS

0

ECTS

0

LVA-Inhalt

Bachelorabschlussprüfung am Ende des 6-semestrigen Studiums

Vorkenntnisse

-

LEGENDE:

BP:
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB6BACBP

TYPE

BP

Course Title

Bachelor exam

Semester

6

INTL

1

CH

0

ECTS

0

Course Content

Bachelor exam

Prerequisites

-

LEGEND:

BP:
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Grundlagen
Angewandte Mathematik 1 »

4

 

 

 

 

 

Applied Mathematics 1 »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB1MATIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

Angewandte Mathematik 1

Semester

1

INTL

2

SWS

4

ECTS

5

LVA-Inhalt

Studierende verstehen und interpretieren mathematische Notationen und wenden sie an. Sie kennen die Argu-mentationsweise und Beweisführung der Mathematik. Sie haben detaillierte Kenntnisse im Bereich Lineare Algeb-ra. Inhalte: Logik und Mengen, Zahlenmengen und Zahlensysteme, Vektorräume, Matrizen und Lineare Abbildungen, Lösbarkeit Linearer Gleichungssysteme, Orthogonale Projektionen

Vorkenntnisse

keine

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB1MATIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

Applied Mathematics 1

Semester

1

INTL

2

CH

4

ECTS

5

Course Content

Students understand and interpret mathematical notations, and apply them. They know the argumentations and reasoning behind mathematics. They have detailed knowledge in the field of linear algebra. Contents: Logic and amounts, number sets and number systems, vector spaces, matrices and linear diagrams, solving linear systems, orthogonal projections

Prerequisites

None

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Einführung Computernetzwerke »

2

 

 

 

 

 

Introduction to Computer Networks »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB1ECNIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

Einführung Computernetzwerke

Semester

1

INTL

2

SWS

2

ECTS

2,5

LVA-Inhalt

Studierende kennen die Funktionsweise von relevanten Protokollen des Internets und sind mit deren Schichtenstruktur vertraut. Sie kennen die Einsatzgebiete verschiedener Netzwerktechnologien und können LANs in Betrieb nehmen und die angeschlossenen Hosts konfigurieren. Können einfache Fehler in Netzwerken suchen und eingrenzen. Inhalte: Strukturierung von Netzen nach Schichtenmodellen; Grundlagen von LAN/WAN Netzwerktechnologien; Die Internet Protokollfamilie (IP/UDP/TCP); Adressierung in Netzen (Subnetting, CIDR, NAT); Domain Name System; Protokolle für Web und Webservices; Filetransfer; Fehleranalyse in Netzwerken.

Vorkenntnisse

keine

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB1ECNIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

Introduction to Computer Networks

Semester

1

INTL

2

CH

2

ECTS

2,5

Course Content

Students know the way that relevant protocols on the Internet work and are familiar with their layer structure. They know the areas in which various network technologies are used and can set up LANs and configure the connected hosts. They can search for and localise simple errors in networks. Contents: Structuring networks according to layer models; basics of LAN/WAN network technologies; the Internet protocol family (IP/UDP/TCP); addressing in networks (subnetting, CIDR, NAT); Domain Name System; protocols for the web and web services; file transfers; error analysis in networks.

Prerequisites

None

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Einführung Datenbanken »

2

 

 

 

 

 

Introduction to Databases »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB1EDBIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

Einführung Datenbanken

Semester

1

INTL

2

SWS

2

ECTS

2,5

LVA-Inhalt

Studierende kennen das relationale Datenbank-Modell und seine Umsetzung in einem aktuellen Datenbankmana-gementsystem. Sie können aus einer textuellen Beschreibung des Problemfelds ein ER-Diagramm ableiten und es in SQL umsetzen. Sie verstehen das Konzept der referenziellen Integrität und von Transaktionen. Inhalt: relationale Datenbank-Modell, ein aktuelles Datenbankmanagementsystem (MySQL, MariaDB oder Postgres), ER Diagramme. SQL. Beziehungstypen. Abfragen mit JOIN und GROUP BY. Referenziellen Integrität, Constraints, Transaktionen. Tools:Command-Line-Tool, Grafisches Tool (z.B. mysql Workbench), Web App (z.B. phpMyAdmin)

Vorkenntnisse

Keine

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB1EDBIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

Introduction to Databases

Semester

1

INTL

2

CH

2

ECTS

2,5

Course Content

Students know the relational database model and its implementation in a current database management system. They can derive an ER diagram from a text description of the problem area and implement it in SQL. They under-stand the concept of referential integrity and of transactions. Content: relational database model, a current database management system (MySQL, MariaDB or Postgres), ER diagrams. SQL. Relationship types. Queries with JOIN and GROUP BY. Referential integrity, constraints, transactions. Tools: Command line tool, graphical tool (e.g. mysql Workbench), web app (e.g. phpMyAdmin).

Prerequisites

None

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Einführung Multimedia »

2

 

 

 

 

 

Introduction to Multimedia »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB1EMMVO

TYP

VO

LVA Name

Einführung Multimedia

Semester

1

INTL

2

SWS

2

ECTS

2,5

LVA-Inhalt

Studierende haben ein breites Verständnis eines modernen Multimedia Begriffs. Sie kennen einfache Methoden zur Darstellung, Speicherung und Verarbeitung digitaler Medien (z.B. Text, Bild, Grafik, Animation, Audio und Video) mit Hilfe eines Computers. Inhalte: Definition von Multimedia (Grundlagen: Medien, Menschen und Maschinen); Repräsentation von digitalen Medien in Computern; Grundlagen der visuellen Wahrnehmung; Farbräume und Farbquantisierung; Grundlagen der Hörwahrnehmung; Grundlagen der verlustfreien Komprimierung; Multimedia Datenformate für Bild, Ton, Grafik und Animation.

Vorkenntnisse

keine

LEGENDE:

VO: Vorlesung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB1EMMVO

TYPE

VO

Course Title

Introduction to Multimedia

Semester

1

INTL

2

CH

2

ECTS

2,5

Course Content

Students have a broad understanding of the concept of modern multimedia. They know simply methods of pre-senting, saving and processing digital media (e.g. text, image, graphics, animation, audio and video) with the help of a computer. Contents: Definition of multimedia (basics: media, people and machines); representation of digital media in com-puters; fundamentals of visual perception; colour spaces and colour quantisation; basics of audible perception; basics of loss-free compression; multimedia data formats for images, sound, graphics and animation.

Prerequisites

None

LEGEND:

VO: lecture
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Einführung Programmierung »

4

 

 

 

 

 

Introduction to Programming »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB1EPRIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

Einführung Programmierung

Semester

1

INTL

2

SWS

4

ECTS

5

LVA-Inhalt

Studierende kennen Datentypen, Kontrollstrukturen einer objektorientierten Programmiersprache. Sie wissen wie in einer Programmiersprache abstrahiert und objektorientiert modelliert wird. Sie können Lösungen zu einfachen praktischen Aufgabenstellungen in einer objektorientierten Programmiersprache umsetzen (Computational Thinking). Inhalte: Einfache C# Programme; Syntax; Ausdrücke und Anweisungen; Kontrollstrukturen; Ein- und Ausgabe; Einfache Datentypen; Methoden; Programmieren im Großen (Modularisierung; Namespaces); Arrays; Strings; Referenzen; Zusammengesetzte Datentypen (Kapselung; abstrakte Datentypen; Zugriffsschutz); Klassen und Objekte

Vorkenntnisse

keine

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB1EPRIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

Introduction to Programming

Semester

1

INTL

2

CH

4

ECTS

5

Course Content

Students know data types and control structures of an object-oriented programming language. They know how models are made in an abstracted and object-oriented way in a programming language. They can implement solu-tions to simple practical tasks in an object-oriented programming language (computational thinking). Contents: Simple C# programmes; lexical symbols; expressions and instructions; control structures; input and output; simple data types; sub-programmes and functions; programming in the large (modularisation; header files); indices; arrays; strings; composite data types (encapsulation; abstract data types; access protection); classes and objects.

Prerequisites

None

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
English Language Skills »

2

 

 

 

 

 

English Language Skills »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB1ELSUE

TYP

UB

LVA Name

English Language Skills

Semester

1

INTL

5

SWS

2

ECTS

3

LVA-Inhalt

Können Aspekte in den Bereichen Medien und Technik auf Englisch in Wort und Schrift beschreiben und erklären, sowie einschlägige Internet-Texte und Fachartikel verstehen, zusammenfassen und diskutieren. Können an Diskussion zu Game, Web, Multimedia mündlich und im Internet teilnehmen, ihre Standpunkte mündlich oder in Artikeln argumentieren und vertreten. Inhalte: Reading articles on current topics with a focus on technical English; improve students' grammar, pronunciation, vocabulary and fluency skills; learn and practice their presentation skills by preparing short presentations in English; practice their listening comprehension and writing skills by summarizing, interviews/discussions, on a technical topic; organize and chair meetings to improve their Business English skills; prepare their own CVs designed around a job connected to their studies.

Vorkenntnisse

Keine

LEGENDE:

UB:
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB1ELSUE

TYPE

UB

Course Title

English Language Skills

Semester

1

INTL

5

CH

2

ECTS

3

Course Content

Reading articles on current topics with a focus on technical English; improve students' grammar, pronunciation, vocabulary and fluency skills; learn and practice their presentation skills by preparing short presentations in English; practice their listening comprehension and writing skills by summarizing, interviews/discussions, on a technical topic; organize and chair meetings to improve their Business English skills; prepare their own CVs designed around a job connected to their studies.

Prerequisites

None

LEGEND:

UB: practice session
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Konzeptentwicklung »

3

 

 

 

 

 

Concept Development »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB1KOEIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

Konzeptentwicklung

Semester

1

INTL

4

SWS

3

ECTS

2,5

LVA-Inhalt

Kennen Kreativitätstechniken und Methoden der Ideenfindung, der Ausarbeitung und Präsentation. Können Ideen für Game, Web und Multimediaprojekte entwickeln, verfeinern und auf den Punkt bringen. Inhalte: Anhand verschiedener Kreativitätstechniken und erfolgreicher Beispiele wird der Geist und das Auge geschult um in der Lage zu sein, überraschende Ideen zu finden und diese in einer schriftlichen, wie visuellen Umsetzung auf den Punkt zu bringen; in praktischen Übungen werden Ideen für ein vorgegebenes Thema konzeptioniert und dokumentiert; Ideenfindung unter Zeitdruck, im Team und alleine.

Vorkenntnisse

Keine

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB1KOEIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

Concept Development

Semester

1

INTL

4

CH

3

ECTS

2,5

Course Content

They know creativity techniques and methods of finding ideas, developing them and presenting them. They are able to develop, refine and finalise ideas for games, web and multimedia projects. Contents: Using various creativity techniques and successful examples, the mind and eye are trained to be able to find surprising ideas and describe these effectively in text and visual form; in practical exercises, ideas for a pre-defined topics are conceived and documented; generating ideas under time pressure, within a team and alone.

Prerequisites

None

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Personaler Reflexionsprozess 1 »

1

 

 

 

 

 

Personal Reflection Process 1 »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB1PEPRC

TYP

RC

LVA Name

Personaler Reflexionsprozess 1

Semester

1

INTL

1

SWS

1

ECTS

,5

LVA-Inhalt

Studierende lernen unter Anwendung von metakommunikativen Modellen und Techniken, eigene Denk-, Erlebens- und Verhaltensmuster zu erkennen und zu hinterfragen. Die Handlungskompetenz wird durch die mehrperspektivischerweiterte Selbstwahrnehmung kognitiver und emotionaler Komponenten ressourcen- und lösungsorientiert gesteigert. Inhalte: Orientierung- und Kennenlernen der Mitstudierenden: z.B. Wertesystembetrachtungen FH / individuelle, Studiengangswahl; Lernumgebung: z.B. Lerntypbestimmung nach Keupp, Selbstmanagement, Problemlösungskompetenzen, Konzentration und Achtsamkeit; Motivationssysteme: intrinsische / extrinsische Motivation, Zielearbeit, etc.; Management der persönlichen Ressourcen: Stress, Work-Life-Balance, Resilienz.

Vorkenntnisse

Keine

LEGENDE:

RC: Lehrveranstaltung mit reflexivem Character
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB1PEPRC

TYPE

RC

Course Title

Personal Reflection Process 1

Semester

1

INTL

1

CH

1

ECTS

,5

Course Content

Students learn to identify and question their own thought, experience and behavioural patterns using meta-communication models and techniques. Decision-making is improved via the self-perception of cognitive and emotional components in a resource and solution-oriented manner based on multiple perspectives. Contents: Orientation and getting to know fellow students: e.g. considering value sets of the university / individuals, degree programme selection; learning environment: e.g. learner type identification according to Keupp, self-management, problem solving competencies, concentration and attention; motivation systems: intrinsic/extrinsic motivation, target-driven work, etc.; management of personal resources: stress, work-life balance, resilience.

Prerequisites

None

LEGEND:

RC: lecture with integrated reflective practice
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Schreibwerkstatt »

1

 

 

 

 

 

Writing Workshop »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB1SWSUE

TYP

UB

LVA Name

Schreibwerkstatt

Semester

1

INTL

2

SWS

1

ECTS

1,5

LVA-Inhalt

Studierende können verschiedene Textarten verständlicher, besser lesbar, spannender und straffer aufbereiten. Inhalte: Studierende arbeiten eigene und fremde Texte kritisch auf und lernen diese zu beurteilen. Im Mittelpunkt stehen Gebrauchstexte aller Art, wobei neben Textsorten, die im Studium eingesetzt werden (Zusammenfassung von Fachartikeln, Buchbesprechungen), auch journalistische Genres diskutiert werden.

Vorkenntnisse

Keine

LEGENDE:

UB:
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB1SWSUE

TYPE

UB

Course Title

Writing Workshop

Semester

1

INTL

2

CH

1

ECTS

1,5

Course Content

Students can prepare various types of text to be more easily understandable, better to read, more interesting and more concise. Contents: Students critically analyse their own and third-party texts and learn to judge these. The focus is on functional texts of all types, with journalistic texts also discussed in addition to the types of text required during the degree (summarising specialist articles, book discussions).

Prerequisites

None

LEGEND:

UB: practice session
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Webprogrammierung 1 »

2

 

 

 

 

 

Web Programming 1 »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB1WPRIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

Webprogrammierung 1

Semester

1

INTL

2

SWS

2

ECTS

2,5

LVA-Inhalt

Studierende haben einen Überblick über Technologien und Sprachen des Web. Sie erstellen einfache Websites von Grund auf selbst und veröffentlichen sie auf einem Webserver. Sie kennen das Dokument Object Model und die Grundbegriffe der ereignisgesteuerten Programmierung. Inhalt: Webbrowser und Webserver, URLs, HTTP, HTML, CSS. Layout mit CSS. Formulare in HTML. Manipulation der DOM mit Javascript und jQuery. Browserkompatibilität. Webspace. Upload.

Vorkenntnisse

Keine

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB1WPRIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

Web Programming 1

Semester

1

INTL

2

CH

2

ECTS

2,5

Course Content

Students have an overview of the technologies and languages of the web. They create simple websites from scratch themselves and publish them on a web server. They know the Document Object Model and the basic terms of event-driven programming. Contents: Web browsers and web servers, URLs, HTTP, HTML, CSS. Layouts with CSS. HTML forms. Manipulation of DOM with JavaScript and jQuery. Browser compatibility. Web space. Uploads.

Prerequisites

None

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
3D Modellierung und Animation »

2

 

 

 

 

 

3D Modelling & Animation »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB13DEIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

3D Modellierung und Animation

Semester

1

INTL

2

SWS

2

ECTS

2,5

LVA-Inhalt

Haben einen Überblick über den Modellierungs- und Rendering-Prozess. Kennen verschiedene Modellierungs-Techniken (Polygon, Nurbs, Subdivision Surfaces). Können modellieren, beleuchten, texturieren, einfache Animationen und Kamerafahrten erstellen, und das Ergebnis rendern. Können die Ergebnisse in einer Compositing-Software weiterverwenden. Inhalte: Modellierung und Animation mit Maya: Polygonmodellierung, Beleuchtung, Shader, Splines, Bewegungskurven, Graph-Editor, Renderingtechniken, Texturing, Compositing

Vorkenntnisse

Keine

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB13DEIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

3D Modelling & Animation

Semester

1

INTL

2

CH

2

ECTS

2,5

Course Content

They have an overview of the modelling and rendering process. They know various modelling techniques (polygon, nurbs, subdivision surfaces). They are able to model, light, texturize and create simple animations and tracking shots, rending the results. They are able to use the results in compositing software. Contents: Modelling and animation with Maya: polygon modelling, lighting, shaders, splines, lines of movement, graph editors, rendering techniques, texturing, compositing.

Prerequisites

None

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Algorithmen und Datenstrukturen »

 

4

 

 

 

 

Algorithms & Data Structures »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB2ALDIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

Algorithmen und Datenstrukturen

Semester

2

INTL

2

SWS

4

ECTS

5

LVA-Inhalt

Studierende kennen elementare Datenstrukturen und Algorithmen. Sie sind in der Lage Zeit- und Speicheranforderungen von verschiedenen Implementierungen sowohl praktisch als auch theoretisch abzuschätzen und somit die optimale Lösung für eine gegebene Problemstellung auszuwählen. Inhalte: SpezialistInnenwissen in C#, Rekursion; Dynamische Datenstrukturen (Listen, Schlangen, Stapel, Bäume, Hashmaps); Formale Eigenschaften von Algorithmen, Effizienzabschätzung mit Landau Notation; Messen von Laufzeit und Speicherbedarf; Sortier- und Suchverfahren; Graphen-Algorithmen.

Vorkenntnisse

Programmierung 1

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB2ALDIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

Algorithms & Data Structures

Semester

2

INTL

2

CH

4

ECTS

5

Course Content

Students know elementary data structures and algorithms. They are able to estimate time and memory requirements of various implementations both practically and theoretically and therefore select the optimal solution for a pre-defined problem. Contents: Specialist knowledge of C#, recursion; dynamic data structures (lists, chains, stacks, trees, hashmaps); formal properties of algorithms, efficiency estimations in big O notation; measuring the runtime and memory requirements; sorting and search processes; graph algorithms.

Prerequisites

Programming 1

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Angewandte Mathematik 2 »

 

4

 

 

 

 

Applied Mathematics 2 »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB2MATIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

Angewandte Mathematik 2

Semester

2

INTL

2

SWS

4

ECTS

5

LVA-Inhalt

Studierende haben vertiefte Kenntnisse der Linearen Algebra. Sie verstehen den Begriff des Grenzwerts, können das Rechnen mit Folgen und Reihen zur Problemlösung einsetzen. Sie beherrschen Differential- und Integralrechnung im Detail und können die erlernten Methoden auf praktische Fragestellungen anwenden. Inhalte: Eigenwerte und Eigenvektoren, Elementare Funktionen (Polynome und rationale Funktionen, Potenz-, Exponential- und Logarithmusfunktionen, Trigonometrische Funktionen), Folgen und Reihen, Differential- und Integralrechnung.

Vorkenntnisse

Mathematik 1

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB2MATIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

Applied Mathematics 2

Semester

2

INTL

2

CH

4

ECTS

5

Course Content

Students have in-depth knowledge of linear algebra. They understand the concept of limit values, and are able to solve problems using calculations relating to sequences and series. They have mastered differential and integral calculus in detail and can apply the learnt methods to practical tasks. Contents: Eigenvalues and eigenvectors, elementary functions (polynomes and rational functions, potential, exponential and logarithmic functions, trigonometry functions), sequences and series, differential and integral calculus

Prerequisites

Mathematics 1

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Einführung Computergrafik »

 

2

 

 

 

 

Introduction to Computer Graphics »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB2ECGIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

Einführung Computergrafik

Semester

2

INTL

2

SWS

2

ECTS

2,5

LVA-Inhalt

Studierende kennen grundlegender Verfahren und Konzepte von 2D- und 3D-Computergrafik. Wenden verschiedene mathematische Konzepte zur Darstellung und Transformation von geometrischen Objekten an. Können einfache 2D- und 3D-Szenen mit einer aktuellen Grafik-Programmierschnittstelle umsetzen. Inhalte: Grundlegende mathematische Konzepte zu geometrischen Transformationen und Projektionen in 3D, Clipping- und Rasterisierungsalgorithmen, Behandlung von Tiefeninformation, Sichtbarkeit und Verdeckung (z-Buffer, z-Sorting, Occlusion, Culling), Beleuchtungsmodelle, Grundlagen der fixen und programmierbaren Grafikpipeline (Fragment und Vertex Shaders), Texture Mapping (Bump, Reflection, Environment und Shadowmapping), Koordinatensysteme, Einführung in die Programmierung mit OpenGL.

Vorkenntnisse

Multimedia 1

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB2ECGIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

Introduction to Computer Graphics

Semester

2

INTL

2

CH

2

ECTS

2,5

Course Content

Students know basic processes and concepts of 2D and 3D computer graphics. They apply various mathematical concepts for presenting and transforming geometric objects. They are able to implement simple 2D and 3D scenes using an up-to-date graphic programming interface. Contents: Basic mathematic concepts for geometric transformations and projections in 3D, clipping and rasterisation algorithms, handling depth information, visibility and masking (z-buffer, z-sorting, occlusion, culling), lighting models, fundamentals of fixed and programmable graphic pipelines (fragment and vertex shaders), texture mapping (bump, reflection, environment and shadow mapping), coordination systems, introduction to programming with OpenGL.

Prerequisites

Multimedia 1

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Einführung Präsentationstechniken »

 

1

 

 

 

 

Introduction to Presentation Techniques »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB2EPTIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

Einführung Präsentationstechniken

Semester

2

INTL

2

SWS

1

ECTS

1,5

LVA-Inhalt

Kennen Methoden zur Planung, Vorbereitung und Umsetzung von Präsentationen. Kennen die Grundlagen der verbalen und non-verbalen Kommunikation. Steigern ihre kommunikative Kompetenz und Performance. Sind im Einsatz von visuellen Medien zur Unterstützung von Präsentationen versiert. Können vor einem Fachpublikum Präsentationen halten (mit oder ohne technische Hilfsmittel). Inhalte: Planung und Vorbereitung von Präsentationen; Überblick über technische Hilfsmittel; Praktische Übungen zu Kommunikation (non-verbal und verbal); Praktische Übung von verschiedenen Präsentations-Formen.

Vorkenntnisse

Keine

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB2EPTIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

Introduction to Presentation Techniques

Semester

2

INTL

2

CH

1

ECTS

1,5

Course Content

They are familiar with methods for planning, preparing and implementing presentations. They know the basic elements of verbal and non-verbal communication. Boosting their communicative competence and performance. They are experienced in the use of visual media for supporting presentations. They are able to hold presentations in front of a specialist audience (with or without technical aids). Contents: Planning and preparing presentations; overview of technical aids; practical exercises for communication (non-verbal and verbal); practical exercises for various forms of presentation.

Prerequisites

None

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Einführung Projektmanagement »

 

1

 

 

 

 

Introduction to Project Management »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB2EPMIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

Einführung Projektmanagement

Semester

2

INTL

2

SWS

1

ECTS

1,5

LVA-Inhalt

Studierende sind in der Lage, grundlegende Projektmanagement-Werkzeuge erfolgreich in ihren Projekten anzuwenden. Sie können den Projektauftrag klären, das Projekt strukturieren und planen, den Projektverlauf steuern und Projektreports erstellen. Sie sind in der Lage, den Unterschied von weichen und harten Faktoren des Projektmanagements zu erklären. Inhalte: Projektmanagement - Begriffe und Abgrenzung; Gründe für Projektscheitern; Projektziele; Projektorganisation; Auftragsklärung; Änderungsmanagement; Risikomanagement; Projektstrukturplanung; Planung mit Meilensteinen und Projektablaufplanung; Priorisierung und Staged Delivery; Projektstatus, Reporting und Meilenstein-Trend-Analyse; Kommunikation und Stakeholdermanagement; Teamrollen und Teamdynamik.

Vorkenntnisse

Keine

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB2EPMIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

Introduction to Project Management

Semester

2

INTL

2

CH

1

ECTS

1,5

Course Content

Students are able to successfully apply basic project management tools in their projects. They are able to clarify the project task, structure and plan the project, manage the project execution and produce a project report. They are able to explain the difference between soft and hard factors in project management. Contents: Project management - concepts and differentiation; reasons for project failures; project goals; project organisation; clarifying tasks; change management; risk management; project structure planning; planning with milestones and project schedule planning; prioritising and staged delivery; project status, reporting and milestone trend analysis; communication and stakeholder management; team roles and team dynamic.

Prerequisites

None

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Grundlagen der Mediengestaltung »

 

1

 

 

 

 

Basic Principles of Media Design »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB2GMGIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

Grundlagen der Mediengestaltung

Semester

2

INTL

2

SWS

1

ECTS

1,5

LVA-Inhalt

Kennen die grundlegenden ästhetischen Prinzipien visueller Kommunikation, die wahrnehmungspsychologischen Grundlagen der Informationsverarbeitung, sowie die Qualitätskriterien für die Beurteilung von visueller Gestaltung. Sie kennen Vokabular, Gestaltungsprozesse und Workflow in Agenturen für Kommunikationsdesign und Werbung. Inhalte: Grundlagen der Informationsverarbeitung und visuelle Gestaltungsregeln auf Basis wahrnehmungspsychologischer Erkenntnisse: Form, Hell-Dunkel, Farbe/ Farbpsychologie, die Sprache von Material und Struktur; Gestaltungsgesetze; Bildaufbau und visuelle Systeme (Raster, Modulsysteme); Grundlagen typografischer Gestaltung: Schriftqualität, Lesbarkeit; Grundlagen der Corporate-Design-Entwicklung; Gestaltungsprozesse und Workflow in Agenturen für Kommunikationsdesign und Werbung

Vorkenntnisse

Kreativität und Medien 1

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB2GMGIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

Basic Principles of Media Design

Semester

2

INTL

2

CH

1

ECTS

1,5

Course Content

They know the fundamental aesthetic principles of visual communication, the perception and psychology-related basis for processing information as well as the quality criteria for assessing visual design. They are familiar with vocabulary, design processes and workflows used in agencies for communication design and advertising. Contents: Basic principles of information processing and visual design rules based on insights into perception and psychology: shape, light-dark, colour/colour psychology, the language of material and structure; design laws; image composition and visual systems (grid, module systems); basic principles of typographic design: text quality, readability; basic principles of corporate design development; design processes and workflows in agencies for communication design and advertising.

Prerequisites

Creativity and Media 1

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Konzepterstellung »

 

1

 

 

 

 

Concept Creation »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB2KOEIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

Konzepterstellung

Semester

2

INTL

2

SWS

1

ECTS

1,5

LVA-Inhalt

Studierende kennen die strukturierte Herangehensweise an die Erstellung eines innovativen Konzeptes. Sie können Recherche- und Analysemethoden einsetzen, um ihre Konzepte in einen größeren Kontext zu stellen und zu diskutieren. Prototypische Studien (Proof-of-Concept) können selbstständig durchgeführt werden. Studierende können einen einfachen Förderantrag mit Zeit- und Ressourcenplanung erstellen. Inhalte: Kreativitätstechniken, Design Thinking, Innovationsprozesse, Kennenlernen der lokalen und internationalen Förderlandschaft, iterative Entwicklungsprozesse.

Vorkenntnisse

Kreativität und Medien 1

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB2KOEIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

Concept Creation

Semester

2

INTL

2

CH

1

ECTS

1,5

Course Content

Students know the structured approach to producing an innovative concept. They are able to use research and analysis methods to present their concepts in a larger context and discuss them. Prototype studies (proof-of-concept) can be independently carried out. Students can produce a simple grant application complete with time and resource planning. Contents: Creative techniques, design thinking, innovation processes, familiarisation with local and international grants, iterative development processes.

Prerequisites

Creativity and Media 1

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Medien, Technik und Gesellschaft »

 

2

 

 

 

 

Media, Technology and Society »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB2MTGSE

TYP

SE

LVA Name

Medien, Technik und Gesellschaft

Semester

2

INTL

2

SWS

2

ECTS

2

LVA-Inhalt

Einführung in die Medientheorie und kritische Reflexion der gängigen Medienkonzepte. Aufbauend auf die wichtigsten VertreterInnen der unterschiedlichen Richtungen, Diskussion des Zusammenhanges von Medien und Gesellschaft. Anhand von Fallbeispielen werden die theoretischen Konzepte auf ihre Praxistauglichkeit überprüft und mit aktuellen Entwicklungen der mediatisierten Gesellschaft verglichen, daraus resultiert eine kritische Bewertung von Potentialen und Gefahren aktueller technischer wie auch gesellschaftlicher Entwicklungen. Inhalte: Medien: Es geht um eine Verortung des Begriffes der Medien, welche Konzepte sind diesbezüglich wichtig und diskutiert worden diskursiv. Welche Konzepte sind schlussendlich salon- und sloganfähig geworden; Medientechnik: Medien sind hier als gesellschaftliches Dispositiv zu verstehen, die den status quo einer Gesellschaft nicht nur anzeigt sondern gleichzeitig auch bedingt; Technikgesellschaft: Die kritische Reflexion, darüber, welche Rolle Medien in der Gesellschaft spielen, eingebettet in die diversen Gesellschafts- und Medientheorien zwischen den zwei Polen die besagen, dass einerseits unsere Gesellschaft durch die mediale Umwelt erst konstituiert wird bzw. der Gegenposition dazu, dass wir als Technikgesellschaft unsere Umgebung medial gestalten und die Medien gemäß unseren steigenden Bedürfnissen beständig weiterentwickeln; Gesellschaft: Schlüsselbegriff zur Klärung der Voraussetzungen für Mediendemokratie, Datenschutz, kritische Zivilgesellschaft etc.

Vorkenntnisse

Kreativität und Medien 1

LEGENDE:

SE: Seminar
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB2MTGSE

TYPE

SE

Course Title

Media, Technology and Society

Semester

2

INTL

2

CH

2

ECTS

2

Course Content

Introduction to media theory and critical reflection on common media concepts. Based on the most important representatives of the various directions, discussion of the interconnections between media and society. Using case studies, theoretical concepts are examined for their practice plausibility and compared with the latest developments in media-centric society. This leads to a critical assessment of potential and hazards of current technical and societal developments. Contents: Media: The focus is identifying the concept of media, which ideas are important in this context, with discursive discussion on this. Which concepts were finally presentable and suitable for slogans; media technology: media is understood here as a social deployment which not only shows the status quo of a society but also at the same time influences it; technological society: the critical reflection on which role media plays in society, embedded in the various societal and media theories between the two poles which claim that on the one hand our society is constructed by the media environment, and on the other that we as a technology-based society design our environment to be medial and constantly develop media in line with our growing requirements; society: key concept for identifying the prerequisites for media democracy, data protection, critical civil society etc.

Prerequisites

Creativity and Media 1

LEGEND:

SE: seminar
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Multimediaprojekt 1 (MMP1) »

 

1

 

 

 

 

Multimedia Project 1 (MMP1) »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB2MMPPT

TYP

PT

LVA Name

Multimediaprojekt 1 (MMP1)

Semester

2

INTL

2

SWS

1

ECTS

2,5

LVA-Inhalt

Studierende können ein einfaches selbst gewähltes Programmierprojekt selbstständig durchführen und den eigenen Quellcode nach einem Code Review verbessern. Inhalte: Das Thema des Programmierprojekts wird von den StudentInnen selbständig ausgewählt, das Projekt in Eigenregie durchgeführt. Mögliche Themenfelder ergeben sich aus den Modulen Programmierung, Webentwicklung und Computergrafik.

Vorkenntnisse

Multimedia 1

LEGENDE:

PT: Projektarbeit
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB2MMPPT

TYPE

PT

Course Title

Multimedia Project 1 (MMP1)

Semester

2

INTL

2

CH

1

ECTS

2,5

Course Content

Students are able to carry out a simple self-selected programming project themselves and improve their own source code after a code review. Contents: Students are able to independently select the topic of the programming project and carry out the project on their own. Possible topics are taken from the modules programming, web development and computer graphics.

Prerequisites

Multimedia 1

LEGEND:

PT: project
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Personaler Reflexionsprozess 2 »

 

1

 

 

 

 

Personal Reflection Process 2 »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB2PEPRC

TYP

RC

LVA Name

Personaler Reflexionsprozess 2

Semester

2

INTL

1

SWS

1

ECTS

,5

LVA-Inhalt

Studierende lernen unter Anwendung von metakommunikativen Modellen und Techniken, eigene Denk-, Erlebens- und Verhaltensmuster zu erkennen und zu hinterfragen. Die Handlungskompetenz wird durch die mehrperspektivisch-erweiterte Selbstwahrnehmung kognitiver und emotionaler Komponenten ressourcen- und lösungsorientiert gesteigert. Inhalte: Fortsetzung der im ersten Semester erarbeiteten Reflexionstechniken und Übergang von der intraindividuellen Perspektive in die Betrachtung der interindividuellen Dynamik; Selbstpräsentation, Selbstwertaspekte, Antreiber; Feedbacktechniken, z.B. Johari-Fenster, Selbstbild / Fremdbild, Wertschätzende Kritik; Kommunikationsmodelle und -techniken, GFK, 4-Ebenen Modell nach Schulz von Thun, zirkuläres Fragen, etc.; Beziehungs- und Bindungsmuster.

Vorkenntnisse

Keine

LEGENDE:

RC: Lehrveranstaltung mit reflexivem Character
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB2PEPRC

TYPE

RC

Course Title

Personal Reflection Process 2

Semester

2

INTL

1

CH

1

ECTS

,5

Course Content

Students learn to identify and question their own thought, experience and behavioural patterns using meta-communication models and techniques. Decision-making is improved via the self-perception of cognitive and emotional components in a resource and solution-oriented manner based on multiple perspectives. Contents: Continuing the reflection techniques learnt in the first semester and transitioning to intra-individual perspectives in the observation of inter-individual dynamics; self-presentation, aspects of self-worth, driving force; feedback techniques, e.g. Johari-Fenster, image of self / public image, appreciative criticism; communication models and techniques, GFK, four-sides model according to Schulz von Thun, circular questioning etc.; relationship and attachment patterns.

Prerequisites

None

LEGEND:

RC: lecture with integrated reflective practice
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Webprogrammierung 2 »

 

4

 

 

 

 

Web Programming 2 »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB2WPRIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

Webprogrammierung 2

Semester

2

INTL

4

SWS

4

ECTS

5

LVA-Inhalt

Sie können Webapplikationen bestehend aus Frontend und Backend erstellen und in Betrieb nehmen. Sie kennen die Schnittstelle von Programmiersprache zur Datenbank, können SQL Injections vermeiden, effiziente Abfragen durchführen, und Transaktionen verwenden. Sie kennen die REST-Prinzip, aktuelle Sicherheitsprobleme beim Web Development und Strategien um sie zu vermeiden. Sie kennen HTTP, verstehen den Zusammenhang von Cookies und State, können AJAX einsetzen. Sie können eine DTD erstellen, XML- und JSON Daten verarbeiten und erzeugen. Inhalt: PHP, PHP und Datenbank, Cookies, Security, XML, DTD, XPath, JSON, Transaktionen, Javascript, Clo-sures, AJAX, Wordpress.

Vorkenntnisse

Webprogrammierung 1

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB2WPRIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

Web Programming 2

Semester

2

INTL

4

CH

4

ECTS

5

Course Content

They can create web applications consisting of both a front end and back end, and launch these. They know the interface of programming language for databases, can avoid SQL injections, carry out efficient inquiries and use transactions. They know the REST principle, current security problems in web development and the strategies required to avoid these. They know HTTP, understand the connection between cookies and state, and are able to use AJAX. They can create a DTD, create and handle XML and JSON data. Contents: PHP, PHP and database, cookies, security, XML, DTD, XPath, JSON, transactions, JavaScript, clo-sures, AJAX, Wordpress.

Prerequisites

Web Programming 1

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Wissenschaftliches Arbeiten »

 

1

 

 

 

 

Scientific Work »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB2WIAIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

Wissenschaftliches Arbeiten

Semester

2

INTL

2

SWS

1

ECTS

1,5

LVA-Inhalt

Studierende kennen die fachspezifischen wissenschaftlichen Konferenzen, Publikationsreihen, hochwertigen Fachzeitschriften. Sie können die Qualität von Quellen einschätzen. Sie können eine formal korrekte wissenschaftliche Seminar- oder Bachelor-Arbeit verfassen. Inhalte: Recherche, verschiedene Informationsquellen (Konferenzen, Konferenzbeiträge, wissenschaftliche Artikel, der Peer-Review Prozess, Fachbücher, Fachzeitschriften, Internet-Quellen, Bewertung von Quellen); Akademische Texte, Sachlicher Stil, Darstellung von Datenmaterial, Nachvollziehbarkeit; Zitieren; Tools

Vorkenntnisse

Keine

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB2WIAIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

Scientific Work

Semester

2

INTL

2

CH

1

ECTS

1,5

Course Content

Students are familiar with the industry-specific academic conferences, publications, high-quality trade magazines. They are able to assess the quality of the sources. They are able to draft a formal, correct scientific seminar or bachelor thesis. Contents: Research, various information sources (conferences, conference speeches, academic articles, the peer review process, specialist literature, trade magazines, Internet sources, assessing sources); academic texts, objective style, presenting data, traceability; quoting; tools.

Prerequisites

None

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Professionalisierung
Bachelorarbeit 2: Themenfindung und Exposé »

 

 

 

 

1

 

Bachelor Thesis 2: Topic Selection and Exposé »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB5BA2SE

TYP

SE

LVA Name

Bachelorarbeit 2: Themenfindung und Exposé

Semester

5

INTL

2

SWS

1

ECTS

2,5

LVA-Inhalt

Kennen komplexe Konzepte und erweiterte Theorien aus der Wahlpflicht 1 und können diese in einer fachtheoretisch reflektierten Bachelorarbeit auf konkrete Fragestellungen eines interdisziplinären multimedialen Projektes anwenden. Kennen aktuelle Fachliteratur und eventuell Forschungsliteratur zu den in der interdisziplinären multimedialen Qualifikation relevanten Themen. Inhalte: Themenfindung und Eingrenzung der Bachelorarbeit 2, Konkretisierung der fachtheoretischen Fragestellung.

Vorkenntnisse

Arbeitsmethoden 1, Arbeitsmethoden 2, Wahlflicht 1

LEGENDE:

SE: Seminar
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB5BA2SE

TYPE

SE

Course Title

Bachelor Thesis 2: Topic Selection and Exposé

Semester

5

INTL

2

CH

1

ECTS

2,5

Course Content

They know complex concepts and advanced theories from compulsory elective 1 and can apply these in a specialist reflected bachelor thesis to the concrete tasks of an interdisciplinary multimedia project. They are aware of the latest specialist literature and possible research literature on the topics relevant to the interdisciplinary multimedia qualification. Contents: Finding a topic and specifying bachelor thesis 2, concretion of the theoretical issue.

Prerequisites

Work Methods 1, Work Methods 2, Elective 1

LEGEND:

SE: seminar
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Berufspraktikum »

 

 

 

 

0

 

Internship »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB5BPRPT

TYP

PT

LVA Name

Berufspraktikum

Semester

5

INTL

1

SWS

0

ECTS

24

LVA-Inhalt

Studierende kennen die Organisationsweise und Arbeitsabläufe eines Unternehmens. Sie wissen welche Konzepte, Theorien, Methoden im Unternehmen eingesetzt werden und können dies kritisch mit den im Studium vermittelten Konzepten, Theorien, Methoden vergleichen. Sie können branchenspezifische Projekte in verschiedenen Funktionen innerhalb eines Unternehmens durchführen.

Vorkenntnisse

Module des 1. bis 4. Semesters

LEGENDE:

PT: Projektarbeit
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB5BPRPT

TYPE

PT

Course Title

Internship

Semester

5

INTL

1

CH

0

ECTS

24

Course Content

Students know the organisation and workflows of a company. They know which concepts, theories and methods are used by companies and can compare these critically with the concepts, theories and methods learnt in their degree programme. They can carry out industry-specific projects in various roles within a company.

Prerequisites

Modules 1. - 4. Semester

LEGEND:

PT: project
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Berufspraktikum: Begleitlehrveranstaltung »

 

 

 

 

1

 

Internship: Accompanying Course »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB5BPRIT

TYP

IT

LVA Name

Berufspraktikum: Begleitlehrveranstaltung

Semester

5

INTL

1

SWS

1

ECTS

1

LVA-Inhalt

Studierende kennen die Organisationsweise und Arbeitsabläufe eines Unternehmens und können dieses Wissen ihren KollegInnen klar vermitteln. Durch die Lehrveranstaltung erhalten sie einen Überblick über die Berufsfelder, die sich ihnen nach dem Studium erschließen. Inhalte: Begleitung während des Praktikums und abschließende Präsentation.

Vorkenntnisse

Module des 1. bis 4. Semesters

LEGENDE:

IT: Individualtraining
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB5BPRIT

TYPE

IT

Course Title

Internship: Accompanying Course

Semester

5

INTL

1

CH

1

ECTS

1

Course Content

Students know the organisation and workflows of a company and can clearly communicate this knowledge to their colleagues. They receive an overview of the careers open to them after their degree programme. Contents: Support during the degree programme and subsequent presentation.

Prerequisites

Modules 1. - 4. Semester

LEGEND:

IT: self-direct learning with supervisory session
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Multimediaprojekt 3: Vorbereitung »

 

 

 

 

1

 

Multimedia Project 3: Preparation »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB5MMPPT

TYP

PT

LVA Name

Multimediaprojekt 3: Vorbereitung

Semester

5

INTL

3

SWS

1

ECTS

2,5

LVA-Inhalt

Können Ideen für Web-, Game- und andere Multimediaprojekte entwickeln, verfeinern, zu einem Konzept weiter entwickeln, ein interdisziplinäres Team zusammenstellen, geeignete Projektmanagement-Methoden einsetzen, sowie Konzept und Planung vor einem Fachpublikum präsentieren. Inhalte: Problemerkenntnis, Ideenentwicklung, Grob- und Feinkonzeption, Projektplanung inkl. Kalkulation, Aufgabenverteilung (Funktionen und Rollen), Zwischenpräsentation des Projekts vor den KollegInnen und LektorInnen der Studiengänge MMA und MMT.

Vorkenntnisse

Arbeitsmethoden 1, Arbeitsmethoden 2, Wahlflicht 1

LEGENDE:

PT: Projektarbeit
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB5MMPPT

TYPE

PT

Course Title

Multimedia Project 3: Preparation

Semester

5

INTL

3

CH

1

ECTS

2,5

Course Content

They can develop and refine ideas for web, game and other multimedia projects, evolve this further into a concept, put together an interdisciplinary team, use suitable project management methods as well as present the concept and planning to a specialist audience. Contents: Problem recognition, idea development, rough and refined conception, project planning incl. calculation, assignment of tasks (functions and roles), intermediate presentation of the project to colleagues and lecturers from the MMA and MMT courses.

Prerequisites

Work Methods 1, Work Methods 2, Elective 1

LEGEND:

PT: project
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Ausgewählte Kapitel aus Game Development & Mixed Reality »

 

 

 

 

 

3

Selected Chapters of Game Development & Mixed Reality »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB6AKGIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

Ausgewählte Kapitel aus Game Development & Mixed Reality

Semester

6

INTL

4

SWS

3

ECTS

4

LVA-Inhalt

Studierende kennen fortgeschrittene Spezialthemen aus der Game bzw. Mixed Reality Programmierung. Inhalte: Fortgeschrittene Themen aus der Game bzw. Mixed Reality Programmierung.

Vorkenntnisse

WG1 bis WG4

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB6AKGIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

Selected Chapters of Game Development & Mixed Reality

Semester

6

INTL

4

CH

3

ECTS

4

Course Content

Students are familiar with advanced specialist topics from the field of gaming and mixed reality programming. Contents: Advanced topics from the field of gaming and mixed reality programming.

Prerequisites

WG1 to WG4

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Ausgewählte Kapitel aus Web Development »

 

 

 

 

 

3

Selected Chapters of Web Development »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB6AKWIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

Ausgewählte Kapitel aus Web Development

Semester

6

INTL

4

SWS

3

ECTS

4

LVA-Inhalt

Studierende kennen fortgeschrittene Konzepte aus einem aktuellen Themengebiet des Web Development, können diese praktisch anwenden. (Themengebiet wird jedes Jahr ausgewählt).

Vorkenntnisse

WW1 bis WW4

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB6AKWIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

Selected Chapters of Web Development

Semester

6

INTL

4

CH

3

ECTS

4

Course Content

Students are familiar with advanced concepts from the current field of web development and can use these in a practical way. (Topic is selected every year).

Prerequisites

WW1 to WW4

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Bachelorarbeit 2 und Begleitlehrveranstaltung »

 

 

 

 

 

0,5

Bachelor Thesis 2 and Accompanying Course »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB6BA2SE

TYP

SE

LVA Name

Bachelorarbeit 2 und Begleitlehrveranstaltung

Semester

6

INTL

2

SWS

0,5

ECTS

10

LVA-Inhalt

Kennen komplexe Konzepte und erweiterte Theorien aus der Wahlpflicht 1 und können diese in einer fachtheoretisch reflektierten Bachelorarbeit auf konkrete Fragestellungen eines interdisziplinären multimedialen Projektes anwenden. Kennen aktuelle Fachliteratur und eventuell Forschungsliteratur zu den in der interdisziplinären multimedialen Qualifikation relevanten Themen. Inhalte: Betreuung der Bachelorarbeit 2; Bezug von praktischer Problemstellung zu theoretischen Hintergründen, eventuell Verweis auf aktuelle Forschung

Vorkenntnisse

Module des 1. bis 5. Semesters

LEGENDE:

SE: Seminar
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB6BA2SE

TYPE

SE

Course Title

Bachelor Thesis 2 and Accompanying Course

Semester

6

INTL

2

CH

0,5

ECTS

10

Course Content

They know complex concepts and advanced theories from the compulsory elective 1 and can apply these in a specialist reflected bachelor thesis to the concrete tasks of an interdisciplinary multimedia project. They are aware of the latest specialist literature and possible research literature on the topics relevant to the interdisciplinary multimedia qualification. Contents: Supporting the bachelor thesis 2; linking practical problems to theoretical background knowledge, possible link to current research.

Prerequisites

Modules 1. - 5. Semester

LEGEND:

SE: seminar
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Business of Game »

 

 

 

 

 

1

Business of Game »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB6BOGIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

Business of Game

Semester

6

INTL

3

SWS

1

ECTS

1

LVA-Inhalt

Studierende kennen wirtschaftliche und rechtliche Aspekte von Games. Wissen wie Spiele finanziert, vermarktet und vertrieben werden. Kennen die Beziehungen zwischen Publisher, Developer, Distributor, Händler im Game-Markt. Kennen die rechtlichen Rahmenbedingungen insbesondere aus Urheberrecht, Softwarepatente, Datenschutz und Jugendschutz. Kennen Arbeitgeber und Jobbörsen der Game-Branche. Inhalte: Wirtschaftliche und rechtliche Aspekte von Games; Finanzierung, Vermarktung, Vertrieb von Games, Vermarktungsmodelle; Rollen von Publisher, Developer, Distributor, Händler; Typische Verträge und Vertragsbedingungen in der Game-Branche; Urheberrecht, Softwarepatente, Datenschutz, Jugendschutz.

Vorkenntnisse

WG1 bis WG4

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB6BOGIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

Business of Game

Semester

6

INTL

3

CH

1

ECTS

1

Course Content

Students are familiar with the commercial and legal aspects of games. They know how games are financed, marketed and sold. They are aware of the relationships between publishers, developers, distributors and retailers within the game market. They are familiar with the legal framework, particularly with regards to copyright, software patents, data protection and legal protection for children and young persons. They know employers and job platforms within the gaming industry. Contents: Commercial and legal aspects of games; financing, marketing, selling games, marketing models; roles of publishers, developers, distributors, retailers; typical agreements and contract conditions within the gaming industry; copyright, software patents, data protection, legal protection for children.

Prerequisites

WG1 to WG4

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Business of Web »

 

 

 

 

 

1

Business of Web »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB6BOWIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

Business of Web

Semester

6

INTL

4

SWS

1

ECTS

1

LVA-Inhalt

Studierende kennen Geschäfts-Modelle von Web-Unternehmen, die großen Player und deren öffentlich bekannten Strategien. Sie kennen verschiedene Methoden wie im Web Geld verdient und verloren wird, kennen Werbe- und Erlösmodelle. Inhalte: Geschäfts-Modelle von Web-Unternehmen: Handel, Werbung, Partnerprogramme; Exemplarische Firmengeschichten.

Vorkenntnisse

WW1 bis WW4

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB6BOWIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

Business of Web

Semester

6

INTL

4

CH

1

ECTS

1

Course Content

Students are familiar with business models of web companies, major players and their known public strategies. They know various ways of earning and losing money on the web, and are familiar with advertising and revenue models. Contents: Business models of web companies: retail, advertising, partner programmes; company history case studies.

Prerequisites

WW1 to WW4

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Gastvorträge: Emerging Technologies »

 

 

 

 

 

1

Guest Lecture Emerging Technologies »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB6GETVO

TYP

VO

LVA Name

Gastvorträge: Emerging Technologies

Semester

6

INTL

4

SWS

1

ECTS

1

LVA-Inhalt

Haben zu verschiedenen aktuellen Themen einen vertieften Einblick in den Stand der Technik und Forschung. Können Trends und Hypes einordnen und bewerten. Haben einen Einblick in die komplexen Themen des MMT-Masters. Inhalte: Diese Lehrveranstaltung behandelt state-of-the-art Entwicklungen entlang der Vertiefungen der Wahlpflicht 1 und Wahlpflicht 2. Die Lehrveranstaltung wird als Gastvortragsreihe organisiert. Dadurch ist gewährleistet, dass technologieorientierte Fragestellungen mit verschiedenen ExpertInnen diskutiert werden können.

Vorkenntnisse

Keine

LEGENDE:

VO: Vorlesung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB6GETVO

TYPE

VO

Course Title

Guest Lecture Emerging Technologies

Semester

6

INTL

4

CH

1

ECTS

1

Course Content

Have in-depth insight into different current topics as to the state of technology and research. Are able to classify and evaluate trends and hypes. Have insight into the complex subject of MMT masters.

Prerequisites

None

LEGEND:

VO: lecture
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Grundzüge des Medien- und IT-Rechts »

 

 

 

 

 

2

Main Elements of Media and IT Law »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB6MITIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

Grundzüge des Medien- und IT-Rechts

Semester

6

INTL

2

SWS

2

ECTS

2

LVA-Inhalt

Die Lehrveranstaltung versucht ausgehend von den europäischen Grundlagen, das Medien- und Urheberrecht in seiner Gesamtheit zu erfassen, wie es durch die Informationstechniken des letzten Jahrzehnts erforderlich erscheint. Im Vordergrund steht dabei eine übergreifende Betrachtungsweise nach thematischen Regelungsbereichen. Damit reagiert die Lehrveranstaltung auf einen mit dem technischen und wirtschaftlichen Zusammenwachsen der Medien in der Medienpraxis entstandenen Bedarf. Inhalte: Medienrecht (Europa- und Verfassungsrechtliche Grundlagen; Grundzüge des österreichischen Mediengesetzes; Arbeitsrecht und IKT; Urheberrecht (Europäisches Urheberrecht, Persönlichkeitsrecht und Medienun-ternehmen); Werberecht (Grundzüge Medienrecht).

Vorkenntnisse

Keine

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB6MITIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

Main Elements of Media and IT Law

Semester

6

INTL

2

CH

2

ECTS

2

Course Content

The course attempts to provide an overview of media and copyright law based on European regulations, as deemed necessary based on the information technologies of the last decade. The focus is on providing an integrated perspective on specific areas of regulation. In this respect, the course reacts to a requirement that has emerged with the technical and commercial merger of media within media practice. Contents: Media law (European and constitutional legal principles; main elements of the Austrian Media Act; employment law and ICT); copyright law (European copyright law, personal rights and media companies); advertising law (main features of media law).

Prerequisites

None

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Multimediaprojekt 3 (MMP3) »

 

 

 

 

 

2

Multimedia Project 3 (MMP3) »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB6MMPPT

TYP

PT

LVA Name

Multimediaprojekt 3 (MMP3)

Semester

6

INTL

4

SWS

2

ECTS

9,5

LVA-Inhalt

Können innovative Projekte mit umfassender multimedialer Themenstellung in disziplinenübergreifenden Teams erfolgreich durchführen und einem Fachpublikum sowie der Öffentlichkeit präsentieren. Inhalte: Umsetzung bis zur Fertigstellung, Präsentation des fertigen Projekts vor den KollegInnen, LektorInnen der Studiengänge MMA und MMT, Fachpublikum und interessierten Gästen.

Vorkenntnisse

Module des 1. bis 5. Semesters

LEGENDE:

PT: Projektarbeit
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB6MMPPT

TYPE

PT

Course Title

Multimedia Project 3 (MMP3)

Semester

6

INTL

4

CH

2

ECTS

9,5

Course Content

Students are able to successfully carry out innovative projects featuring wide-ranging multimedia topics in interdisciplinary teams and present these projects successfully to a specialist audience and to the general public. Contents: From implementation to completion, as well as the presentation of the finished project to colleagues, lecturers of the degree programmes MMA and MMT, specialists and interested guests.

Prerequisites

Modules 1. - 5. Semester

LEGEND:

PT: project
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Teamorientierter Reflexionsprozess 3 »

 

 

 

 

 

0,5

Group-Oriented Reflection Process 3 »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB6TEARC

TYP

RC

LVA Name

Teamorientierter Reflexionsprozess 3

Semester

6

INTL

1

SWS

0,5

ECTS

,5

LVA-Inhalt

Haben grundlegendes Wissen über Kommunikation, Meta-Kommunikation, Problemstellungen in interdisziplinären Kommunikations-Situationen. Können ihr Verhalten in interdisziplinären Teams wahrnehmen, bewerten und neuorientieren. Inhalte: Reflexion der konkret erlebten Lern-und Arbeitsprozesse im disziplinenübergreifenden Setting (zwischen Gestaltung und Technik); Gemeinsame Entwicklung von Handlungs- und Lösungskonzepten für interdisziplinäre bzw. disziplinenübergreifende Anforderungen der Medienpraxis unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der Vorbereitungen für den Berufseinstieg.

Vorkenntnisse

Module des 1. bis 5. Semesters

LEGENDE:

RC: Lehrveranstaltung mit reflexivem Character
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB6TEARC

TYPE

RC

Course Title

Group-Oriented Reflection Process 3

Semester

6

INTL

1

CH

0,5

ECTS

,5

Course Content

They have fundamental knowledge of communication, meta-communication and problems in interdisciplinary communication situations. They can perceive, assess and reorientate their behaviour in interdisciplinary teams. Contents: Reflection on the learning and working processes experienced in the interdisciplinary setting (between design and technology); joint development of action and solution concepts for cross-disciplinary and interdisciplinary requirements in media practice with a special focus on preparing to enter the job market.

Prerequisites

Modules 1. - 5. Semester

LEGEND:

RC: lecture with integrated reflective practice
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Unternehmerische Grundlagen »

 

 

 

 

 

2

Business Basics »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB6UGLIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

Unternehmerische Grundlagen

Semester

6

INTL

2

SWS

2

ECTS

2

LVA-Inhalt

Studierende verfügen über grundlegende Kenntnisse und Fertigkeiten für die Unternehmensgründung, Unternehmensführung und für unternehmerisches Denken und Handeln als MitarbeiterIn innerhalb von Unternehmensorganisationen. Inhalte: Phasen der Unternehmensgründung; Grundlagen der Unternehmensführung; Steuerliche, sozialversicherungs- und arbeitsrechtliche Rahmenbedingungen für die Selbstständigkeit in Österreich; Grundlagen der Vertragsgestaltung mit KundInnen; Preisgestaltung.

Vorkenntnisse

Keine

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB6UGLIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

Business Basics

Semester

6

INTL

2

CH

2

ECTS

2

Course Content

Students have knowledge and skills in founding a company, managing a company as well as entrepreneurial thinking and the role of the worker within a company organisation. Contents: Phases of founding a company; basic principles of company management; framework conditions for self-employment in Austria in relation to taxes, social insurance and labour law; basic principles of contractual arrangements with customer(s); pricing.

Prerequisites

None

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Vertiefung
Angewandte Statistik »

 

 

2

 

 

 

Applied Statistics »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB3ANSIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

Angewandte Statistik

Semester

3

INTL

2

SWS

2

ECTS

2,5

LVA-Inhalt

Studierende kennen die Grundlagen der Wahrscheinlichkeitsrechnung und Statistik. Sie kennen die Vor- und Nachteile statistische Kenngrößen und können diese für praktische Aufgabenstellungen im Bereich Multimedia anwenden. Studierende kennen in der Praxis relevante statistische Verteilungen und können Hypothesentest durchführen. Inhalte: Beschreibende Statistik und Zusammenhangsanalysen, Elementare Wahrscheinlichkeitsrechnung, Zufallsvariablen, Spezielle diskrete Verteilungen, Spezielle stetige Verteilungen, Schließende Statistik.

Vorkenntnisse

Multimedia 1, Mathematik 2

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB3ANSIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

Applied Statistics

Semester

3

INTL

2

CH

2

ECTS

2,5

Course Content

Students know the basic principles of probability and statistics. They know the advantages and disadvantages of statistic key figures and are able to apply these for practical tasks in the field of multimedia. Students know statistical distributions relevant for practice and are able to carry out hypothesis tests. Contents: Descriptive statistics and context analyses, elementary probability calculations, random variables, special discrete distributions, special common distributions, inferential statistics.

Prerequisites

Multimedia 1, Mathematics 2

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Backend Development 1 »

 

 

2

 

 

 

Backend Development 1 »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB3BDPIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

Backend Development 1

Semester

3

INTL

5

SWS

2

ECTS

2,5

LVA-Inhalt

Studierende entwerfen und implementieren das Backend einer Web-Applikation mit Hilfe eines aktuellen Frameworks. Sie kennen die Konzepte moderner Backend-Web-Frameworks: Model/View/Controller, Object-Relational Mapper, Methoden zur Iterativen Weiterentwicklung der Datenbank, Asset Pipeline zur Aufbereitung der statischen Assets wie Bilder, CSS, Javascript. Sie können eine Web-Applikation unter Anwendung dieser Konzepte mit einem aktuellen Framework (z.B. Ruby on Rails) entwickeln. Inhalte: Ruby, Ruby on Rails, ActiveRecord als Objekt-Relationale-Mapper, Model-View-Controller Pattern, Database Migrations, Asset Pipeline, URL-Routing, REST-Architektur.

Vorkenntnisse

Webprogrammierung 1, Webprogrammierung 2

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB3BDPIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

Backend Development 1

Semester

3

INTL

5

CH

2

ECTS

2,5

Course Content

Students develop and implement the back end of a web application with the help of an up-to-date web framework. They know the concepts of modern back end web frameworks: Model view controller, object-relational mapper, methods of iteratively developing the database, asset pipeline for preparing static assets such as images, CSS, JavaScript. They are able to develop a web application by applying these concepts with an up-to-date framework (e.g. Ruby on Rails). Contents: Ruby, Ruby on Rails, ActiveRecord as an object relational mapper, model view controller pattern, database migrations, asset pipeline, URL routing, REST architecture.

Prerequisites

Web Programming 1, Web Programming 2

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Content Management Systeme »

 

 

2

 

 

 

Content Management Systems »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB3CMSIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

Content Management Systeme

Semester

3

INTL

5

SWS

2

ECTS

2,5

LVA-Inhalt

Sie setzen Websites mit Hilfe eines aktuellen Web CMS auf Basis von PHP um. Sie passen Themes an oder entwickeln sie von Grund auf. Sie adaptieren, entwerfen, programmieren Plugins. Sie beraten KundInnen umfassend und betreuen die Entwicklung der Site von der Bestellung der Domain bis zur Wartung. Sie können die Anforderungen des Search Engine Optimization (SEO) technisch umsetzen, und die Arbeit von SEO-Beauftragten durch Installation von Tools unterstützen. Sie lesen PHP-Code und finden sich in einer großen Applikation zurecht. Sie greifen die dort herrschenden Konventionen auf und wenden sie in ihrem eigenen Code an. Inhalte: Ein CMS, Themes, Plugins, objektorientiertes PHP, PHP Coding Conventions, technische Aspekte von Search Engine Optimization.

Vorkenntnisse

Webprogrammierung 1, Webprogrammierung 2

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB3CMSIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

Content Management Systems

Semester

3

INTL

5

CH

2

ECTS

2,5

Course Content

They implement websites with the help of an up-to-date web CMS based on PHP. They adjust themes or develop them from scratch. They adapt, design and program plug-ins. They provide comprehensive advice to clients and offer support for the development of the site from ordering the domain rights through to maintaining the website. They are able to technically implement the requirements of search engine optimisation (SEO) and support the work of SEO personnel by installing tools. They read PHP code and can orientate themselves within a large application. They pick up on the prevailing conventions and use them in their own code. Contents: A CMS, themes, plug-ins, object-oriented PHP, PHP coding conventions, technical aspects of search engine optimisation.

Prerequisites

Web Programming 1, Web Programming 2

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Frontend Development 1 »

 

 

2

 

 

 

Frontend Development 1 »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB3FDPIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

Frontend Development 1

Semester

3

INTL

4

SWS

2

ECTS

3

LVA-Inhalt

Studierende entwerfen und implementieren das Frontend einer Web-Applikation. Sie kennen das Prinzip der Feature Detection (statt Browser Detection), können Shivs und Polyfills verwenden um mit der Inkompatibilität von Browsern umzugehen. Sie verstehen wie Animationen in CSS und Javascript funktionieren, können setInterval, setTimeout, requestAnimationFrame gezielt einsetzen um Animationen zu programmieren. Sie können ein jQuery Plugin schreiben, um Javascript/jQuery Code wieder zu verwenden. Sie kennen die Probleme, die zur schlechten Performance von Web Applikationen führen, können diese durch Messungen finden und die Applikation optimieren. Sie haben ein vertieftes Verständnis für die Arbeitsweise des Javascript Interpreters bez. Vererbung, Datentypen, Garbage Collection. Sie können Debugger und Dev tools für Javascript verwenden. Sie kennen Design Patterns für Javascript und setzen sie erfolgreich ein. Inhalte: Aktuelle Tools und Themen des Frontend Development, Animationen, Query Plugins, Web Performance, Vererbung in Javascript, Design Patterns für Javascript.

Vorkenntnisse

Webprogrammierung 1, Webprogrammierung 2

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB3FDPIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

Frontend Development 1

Semester

3

INTL

4

CH

2

ECTS

3

Course Content

Students develop and implement the front end of a web application. They are familiar with the principle of feature detection (instead of browser detection), are able to use shivs and polyfills in order to avoid incompatibility with browsers. They understand how animations work in CSS and JavaScript, can use setInterval, setTimeout and requestAnimationFrame in a targeted way in order to program animations. They can write a jQuery plug-in in order to reuse JavaScript/jQuery code. They know the programmes that lead to poor performance in web applications, are able to carry out measurements and optimise the application. They have an in-depth understanding of the working approach of JavaScript interpreters in relation to inheritance, data types and garbage collection. They are able to use debugger and dev tools for JavaScript. They are familiar with design patterns for JavaScript and can use these successfully. Contents: The latest tools and themes in front end development, animations, query plug-ins, web performance, inheritance in JavaScript, design patterns for JavaScript.

Prerequisites

Web Programming 1, Web Programming 2

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Game Development 1 »

 

 

4

 

 

 

Game Development 1 »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB3GDEIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

Game Development 1

Semester

3

INTL

5

SWS

4

ECTS

5

LVA-Inhalt

Studierende kennen Werkzeuge und Programmierkonzepte des Game Development. Können einfache Spiele mit Game Engines oder Grafik-Libraries implementieren und testen. Inhalte: C++ Programmierung, Softwarewerkzeuge in der Spieleprogrammierung, Debugging, Profiling, Deployment, Game Engine Architekturen, Hilfreiche Design Patterns in der Spieleprogrammierung, Basistechniken der Künstliche Intelligenz für Spiele (State Machines, Entscheidungsbäume, Steering Behaviour, Simple Pathfinding (BFS, Dijkstra, A*), Kollisionserkennung, Optimierungsstrategien (Spatial Hashing, Quad-Trees, Oct-Trees, BSP-Trees), Interpolationsverfahren, Generative Computergrafik, Data Driven Development (Script Embedding/Extending), etc.), Erstellen und Einbinden und statischen und dynamischen Libraries, Smart Pointer, Threads, Messaging, Events/Callbacks, Netzwerk/Multiplayer (Problematik, Arten der Netzwerktopologie (Server/Client, Peer2Peer), Skydome, Skysphere, Terrain, praktische Übungen;

Vorkenntnisse

Programmierung 1, Programmierung 2

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB3GDEIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

Game Development 1

Semester

3

INTL

5

CH

4

ECTS

5

Course Content

Students are familiar with tools and programming concepts of game development. They are able to implement and test simple games with game engines or graphic libraries. Contents: C++ programming, software tools in game programming, debugging, profiling, deployment, game engine architectures, helpful design patterns in game programming, basic techniques of artificial intelligence for games (state machines, decision trees, steering behaviour, simple path finding, BFS, Dijkstra, A*), collision recognition, optimisation strategies (spatial hashing, quad trees, oct trees, BSP trees), interpolation methods, generative computer graphics, data-driven development (script embedding/extending etc.), creating and integrating static and dynamic libraries, smart pointers, threads, messaging, events/callbacks, network/multiplayer (problems, types of network topology server/client, peer2peer), skydome, skysphere, terrain, practical exercises.

Prerequisites

Programming 1, Programming 2

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Game Studies & Game Design 1 »

 

 

2

 

 

 

Game Studies & Game Design 1 »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB3GSDIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

Game Studies & Game Design 1

Semester

3

INTL

3

SWS

2

ECTS

2,5

LVA-Inhalt

Studierende verfügen über Grundkenntnisse und Fertigkeiten der Theorie und Praxis im Gamedesign, von der Konzeption bis zur Umsetzung. Sie haben grundlegende Fertigkeiten im Identifizieren und Gestalten von Mechanismen, Regelwerken und Designstrukturen innerhalb interaktiver Unterhaltungsformen. Inhalte: Geschichte des Spiels; Theorien zu Game: Why do we play?; Spielregeln, Spiel Balance, Spiel und Interaktion; Qualitätskriterien; Kulturspezifische Aspekte von Spielen (z.B. Japan vs. Europa); Spiel Genres, z.B. Serious Games, Strategie, First Person Shooter; Konzeptformen bei der Spiel-Entwicklung; Konzeption eines Spiels.

Vorkenntnisse

Kreativität und Medien 1

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB3GSDIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

Game Studies & Game Design 1

Semester

3

INTL

3

CH

2

ECTS

2,5

Course Content

Students have basic knowledge and skills in the theory and practice of game design, from conceptual design to implementation. They have basic knowledge and skills in identifying and designing mechanisms, sets of rules and design structures within interactive forms of entertainment. Contents: History of games; game theories: Why do we play?; rules, game balance, game and interaction; quality criteria; culture-specific aspects of games (e.g. Japan vs. Europe); game genres, e.g. serious games, strategy, first person shooters; conceptual forms of game development; conceptual design of a game.

Prerequisites

Creativity and Media 1

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Grundlagen Human-Computer Interaction »

 

 

2

 

 

 

Basic Principles of Human-Computer Interaction »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB3HCIIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

Grundlagen Human-Computer Interaction

Semester

3

INTL

4

SWS

2

ECTS

2,5

LVA-Inhalt

Studierende kennen Begriffe, Grundlagen und Arbeitsmethoden aus Human-Computer Interaktion (HCI) relevanten Disziplinen (Psychologie, der Kognitionswissenschaft, der Ergonomie, des Design der Informatik und der Soziologie); Grundlegendes Verständnis des Menschen, des Computers, der Interaktion und deren für die HCI relevanten Eigenschaften; Kennenlernen und Anwenden des User-Centered-Design (UCD) Prozesses, d.h. Einbindung von BenutzerInnen und BenutzerInnenbedürfnisse in den Entwurfsprozess; Methoden für Analyse-, Design- und Evaluierungsphase konzeptionieren und für konkrete Aufgabenstellungen anwenden; Inhalte: Definition Human-Computer Interaction (HCI); Grundlegende Eigenschaften des Menschens (Ergonomie, Informationsverarbeitung, etc.), von Computern (Input und Output Modalitäten etc.), und der Interaktion (Normans Execution and Evaluation Cycle, etc.); Vorstellung der Anwendungsgebiete und Paradigmen der HCI (Desktop Computing, Mobile Computing, Ubiquitous Computing, Tangible Interfaces, Wearable Computing, etc.), Prinzipien des User Centered Design (UCD) Prozesses; Einblicke in grundlegende Methoden der Analysephase (NutzerInnen-, Aufgaben-, und Umgebungsanalyse); Grundlegende Methoden und Eigenschaften der Designphase (Designkriterien, Guidelines und Normen, etc.); Verfahren und Konzepte zur Evaluation von interaktiven BenutzerInnenschnittstellen (NutzerInnen und Expertenevaluierung).

Vorkenntnisse

Programmierung 2

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB3HCIIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

Basic Principles of Human-Computer Interaction

Semester

3

INTL

4

CH

2

ECTS

2,5

Course Content

Students know concepts, basic principles and working methods from human-computer interaction (HCI) relevant disciplines (psychology, cognitive science, ergonomics, IT design and sociology); basic understanding of people, computers, interaction and all of the previous for HCI-relevant properties; getting to know and applying user-centred design (UCD) processes, e.g. integrating user requirements into the design process; conceiving methods for the analysis, design and evaluation phase and applying these to concrete tasks; Contents: Definition of human-computer interaction (HCI); fundamental traits of humans (ergonomics, information processing etc.), of computers (input and output modalities etc.) and interaction (Norman’s execution and evaluation cycle etc.); presenting the areas of application and paradigms of HCI (desktop computing, mobile computing, ubiquitous computing, tangible interfaces, wearable computing etc.), principles of the user centred design (UCD) process; insights into basic methods of the analysis phase (user, task and environmental analysis); fundamental methods and characteristics of the design phase (design criteria, guidelines and norms etc.); methods and concepts of evaluating interactive user interfaces (users and expert evaluation).

Prerequisites

Programming 2

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Interaction Design »

 

 

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Interaction Design »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB3IADIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

Interaction Design

Semester

3

INTL

4

SWS

1

ECTS

1

LVA-Inhalt

Sie erstellen ein visuelles Interface für eine Desktop/Mobile-Applikation, entwerfen dabei für verschiedene Auflösungen und Eingabemethoden (Maus, Touch) unter Beachtung der Accessability die passenden Interaktionen. Sie erstellen Konzepte, Wireframes, Ablaufdiagramm für Websites und entwerfen die Navigationsstruktur. Sie definieren Use-Cases und Accessibility-Kriterien, führen einfache User-Tests mit Prototypen durch und setzen die Erkenntnisse daraus um. Sie fordern von DesignerInnen die notwendigen Entwürfe in den passenden Formaten ein, konvertieren und adaptieren diese. Sie verwenden Grids. Sie setzen Web-Fonts, Vektor Grafiken, Bitmap Grafiken, Animationen zielgerichtet ein. Sie strukturieren und optimieren Stylesheets, verwenden Precompiler wie LESS oder SASS. Sie sind sich ihrer Stärken und Schwächen in der Gestaltung bewusst. Inhalte: Interaction Design, Accessability, Wireframes, Ablaufdiagramme, Navigation, Use Cases, User Tests, Layout, Grids, Web-Fonts, Workflow und Tools für Interaction Design.

Vorkenntnisse

Webprogrammierung 1, Webprogrammierung 2

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB3IADIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

Interaction Design

Semester

3

INTL

4

CH

1

ECTS

1

Course Content

They produce a visual interface for a desktop/mobile application, designing the suitable interactions for various resolutions and input methods (mouse, touch) taking into account accessibility. They produce concepts, wireframes, flow diagrams for websites and design their navigation structure. They define use cases and accessibility criteria, conduct simple user tests with prototypes and implement the insights. They demand the required designs from designers in the suitable formats, and are able to convert and adapt these. They use grids. They apply web fonts, vector graphics, bitmap graphics and animations in a targeted way. They structure and optimise stylesheets, using precompilers like LESS and SASS. They are aware of their strengths and weaknesses in design. Contents: Interaction design, accessibility, wireframes, flow diagrams, navigation, use cases, user tests, layout, grids, web fonts, workflows and tools for interaction design.

Prerequisites

Web Programming 1, Web Programming 2

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Interactive Prototyping & Physical Computing 1 »

 

 

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Interactive Prototyping & Physical Computing 1 »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB3IPPIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

Interactive Prototyping & Physical Computing 1

Semester

3

INTL

4

SWS

2

ECTS

2,5

LVA-Inhalt

In die Umwelt eingebettete Systeme können durch Sensoren ihre Umgebung erfassen und Wissen über ihren jeweiligen Kontext erlangen. Ziel dieser Lehrveranstaltung ist es, einen Überblick über die Möglichkeiten und Herausforderungen von Anwendungen im Bereich Physical Computing an der Schnittstelle zu intelligenter Interaktion, eingebetteten Systemen und Smart Environments zu geben und entsprechende Konzepte sowie Prototypen zu entwickeln („Making Things“). Typische Anwendungsbereiche sind berührungsgesteuerte Interaktion, Heimautomatisierung („Smart Home“), interaktive Installationen, Wearables sowie allgemein das „Internet of Things“. Ein weiterer wesentlicher Fokus der Lehrveranstaltung liegt in der Entwicklung und Erprobung neuer Konzepte, die über rein technische Fragestellungen hinausgehen. Die interdisziplinäre Zusammenarbeit mit Studiengängen innerhalb der Disziplin Design, Medien und Kunst ist geplant. Inhalte: Diese Lehrveranstaltung setzt Schwerpunkte im Bereich des Kennenlernens von Sensorsystemen auf Basis eingebetteter Systeme wie z.B. Arduino und Raspberry Pi, dem Entwickeln von Konzepten und Prototypen, dem Sammeln praktischer Erfahrung mit deren Programmierung, in Algorithmen zur Verarbeitung von Sensordaten mit der Zielsetzung, Handlungen, Ereignisse und Interaktionen zu erkennen und zu klassifizieren.

Vorkenntnisse

Multimedia 1

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB3IPPIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

Interactive Prototyping & Physical Computing 1

Semester

3

INTL

4

CH

2

ECTS

2,5

Course Content

Systems embedded in the environment can collect information on their environment and acquire knowledge about the respective context by means of sensors. This teaching module aims to convey an understanding of the possibilities and challenges of applications in physical computing at the interface to intelligent interaction, embedded systems and smart environments and also aims to develop corresponding concepts as well as prototypes (“Making Things”). Typical fields of application are touch-controlled interaction, home automation (“Smart Home”), interactive installation, wearables as well as the “Internet of Things”. A further important focus of the teaching module is the development and testing of new concepts which go beyond solely technical questions. Interdisciplinary cooperation with students from the design, media and art courses is also planned. Content: Key areas of this module include familiarisation with sensor systems on the basis of embedded systems e.g. Arduino and Raspberry Pi, concept and prototype development, gaining practical experience of their programming, in algorithms for the processing of sensor data, with the goal of identifying and classifying actions, findings and interactions.

Prerequisites

Multimedia 1

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Mixed Reality 1 »

 

 

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Mixed Reality 1 »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB3MIRIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

Mixed Reality 1

Semester

3

INTL

4

SWS

2

ECTS

2

LVA-Inhalt

Studierende kennen Grundlegende Begriffe, Theorien, Werkzeuge und Anwendungen der Mixed- und Augmented Reality. Kennen verschiedene Tracking Technologien und deren Anwendung zur Erstellung von mixed-reality bzw. ortsabhängigen Spielen und Interaktionsprototypen. Inhalte: Einführung in Mixed Reality, Stand der Technik, Anwendungen und potenzielle Anwendungsgebiete, Input Devices, Tracking, Head Mounted Displays, Projektion und Rendering, Interaktion, Pervasive Gaming, AR Frameworks, mobile Entwicklung von ortsgebundenen Spielen, Marker und Poster Tracking.

Vorkenntnisse

Programmierung 1, Programmierung 2

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB3MIRIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

Mixed Reality 1

Semester

3

INTL

4

CH

2

ECTS

2

Course Content

Students are familiar with basic concepts, theories, tools and applications of mixed and augmented reality. They know various tracking technologies and are aware of their application for producing mixed reality or location-dependent games and interaction prototypes. Contents: Introduction to mixed reality, state-of-the-art, applications and potential areas of application, input devices, tracking, head-mounted displays, projection and rendering, interaction, pervasive gaming, AR frameworks, mobile development of location-dependent games, markers and poster tracking.

Prerequisites

Programming 1, Programming 2

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Mobile Applications 1 »

 

 

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Mobile Applications 1 »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB3MAPIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

Mobile Applications 1

Semester

3

INTL

4

SWS

2

ECTS

2,5

LVA-Inhalt

Studierende kennen die Möglichkeiten und Limitationen mobiler Apps und können einfache mobile Anwendungen konzipieren und selbständig auf einer Zielplattform in native Code implementieren. Inhalte: Entwicklungsumgebungen für mobile Applikationen (z.B. Xcode, Eclipse); Provisioning Profiles, Over-the-Air Provisioning; Einführung in die native Programmiersprache und API-Schnittstellen der mobilen Plattform (z.B. Einführung in Objective-C: Notation, MVC, Delegates, ViewController, Neigungssensor, PList, Dictionaries, Maps, Location, etc.)

Vorkenntnisse

Programmierung 1, Programmierung 2

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB3MAPIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

Mobile Applications 1

Semester

3

INTL

4

CH

2

ECTS

2,5

Course Content

Students know the options and limitations of mobile apps and are able to conceive simple mobile applications and independently implement these on a target platform in "native" code. Contents: Development environments from mobile applications (e.g. Xcode, Eclipse); provisioning profiles, over-the-air provisioning; introduction to the "native" programming language and API interfaces of mobile platforms (e.g. introduction to Objective-C: notation, MVC, delegates, view controller, inclination sensor, PList, dictionaries, maps, location, etc.)

Prerequisites

Programming 1, Programming 2

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Multimedia Processing »

 

 

2

 

 

 

Multimedia Processing »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB3MMPIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

Multimedia Processing

Semester

3

INTL

4

SWS

2

ECTS

2,5

LVA-Inhalt

Studierende kennen wichtige Prinzipien und Techniken der algorithmischen Bildverarbeitung und können diese eigenständig in ihren Applikationen anwenden. Sie kennen die wichtigsten verlustbehafteten Bild- und Videoformate und können sie entsprechend spezifischer Anwendungsprofile auswählen. Inhalte: Bildakquise und Bild- und Videoformate, Histogramme, Point-Operations, Filter, Kantenerkennung, Spektrale Techniken (DCT, DWT, DFT)

Vorkenntnisse

Multimedia 1, Mathematik 2

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB3MMPIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

Multimedia Processing

Semester

3

INTL

4

CH

2

ECTS

2,5

Course Content

Students know important principles and techniques of algorithmic image processing and can apply them independently in their applications. They know the most important lossy image and video formats and can select them in line with a specific application profile. Contents: Image acquisition and image and video formats, histograms, point operations, filters, edge recognition, spectral techniques (DCT, DWT, DFT).

Prerequisites

Multimedia 1, Mathematics 2

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Multimediaprojekt 2 (MMP2a) »

 

 

1

 

 

 

Multimedia Project 2 (MMP2a) »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB3MMPPT

TYP

PT

LVA Name

Multimediaprojekt 2 (MMP2a)

Semester

3

INTL

4

SWS

1

ECTS

2

LVA-Inhalt

Können Projekte mit eingeschränkter multimedialer Themenstellung in fachspezifischen Teams durchführen und dabei allgemeine Projektmanagement-Methoden praktisch einsetzen. Verwenden Konzepte und Methoden der Wahlpflicht 1. Inhalte: Fachlich anspruchsvolles Projekt eingeschränkter multimedialer Themenstellung, das in Teams zu zwei bis drei Personen durchgeführt wird.

Vorkenntnisse

Wahlpflicht 1

LEGENDE:

PT: Projektarbeit
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB3MMPPT

TYPE

PT

Course Title

Multimedia Project 2 (MMP2a)

Semester

3

INTL

4

CH

1

ECTS

2

Course Content

Students can carry out projects with specific multimedia topics in specialist teams and apply general project management methods in practice as part of this. Applied concepts and methods of the compulsory elective 1. Contents: Challenging specialist project focusing on a specific multimedia topic which is carried out in teams of two or three people.

Prerequisites

Elective 1

LEGEND:

PT: project
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Software Design Pattern »

 

 

2

 

 

 

Software Design Pattern »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB3SDPIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

Software Design Pattern

Semester

3

INTL

4

SWS

2

ECTS

2,5

LVA-Inhalt

Studierende kennen Entwurfsmuster (Design Patterns) für Software und können diese in einer höheren Programmiersprache umsetzen. Sie kennen Architekturmuster (z.B. Model-View-Controller) und können die Struktur und das Verhalten von Software-Systemen mittels UML beschreiben. Inhalte: Motivation für Software Engineering, Design-Patterns, Clean Code; Objekt-orientierte Analyse; Design-Patterns (wie z.B. Observer, Iterator, Composite); Architekturmuster, Modularisierung, Metriken, Refactoring; UML: Klassendiagramm, Anwendungsfalldiagramm, Sequenzdiagramm, Aktivitätsdiagramm, Zustandsdiagramm

Vorkenntnisse

Programmierung 2

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB3SDPIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

Software Design Pattern

Semester

3

INTL

4

CH

2

ECTS

2,5

Course Content

Students are familiar with design patterns for software and are able to implement these in complex programming language. They know architecture patterns (e.g. model view controller) and can describe the structure and behaviour of software systems using UML. Contents: Motivation for software engineering, design patterns, clean code; object-oriented analysis; design patterns (such as observer, iterator, composite); architecture pattern, modularisation, metrics, re-factoring; UML: class diagram, case diagram, sequence diagram, activity diagram, status diagram.

Prerequisites

Programming 2

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Software Projektmanagement »

 

 

2

 

 

 

Software Project Management »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB3SPMIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

Software Projektmanagement

Semester

3

INTL

4

SWS

2

ECTS

2,5

LVA-Inhalt

Studierende erlangen vertiefte Kenntnisse zur Softwareerstellung und -wartung durch das Zusammenführen von isolierten Kenntnisse und Fähigkeiten aus den relevanten vorangehenden Lehrveranstaltungen zu einer praxisnahen Gesamtsicht von der softwaretechnischen Problemstellung bis zur Lösung. Inhalte: Vorgehensmodelle und Rollen im Software Engineering, Anforderungsanalyse und Spezifikation, Systementwurf, Methoden der Implementierung, Integration und Test sowie vertiefte Kenntnisse des Projektmanagements und Qualitätssicherung im Kontext der Softwareentwicklung; Reflexion von Konzepten und Methoden in praktischen Übungen.

Vorkenntnisse

Arbeitsmethoden 1

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB3SPMIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

Software Project Management

Semester

3

INTL

4

CH

2

ECTS

2,5

Course Content

Students acquire in-depth knowledge of software creation and maintenance by combining isolated knowledge and abilities from the relevant previous courses in a practice-oriented overall project, from the technical software problem right through to the solution. Contents: Procedure models and roles in software engineering, requirement analysis and specification, system design, methods of implementation, integration and testing as well as in-depth knowledge of project management quality assurance in the context of software development; reflection on concepts and methods in practical exercises.

Prerequisites

Work Methods 1

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Study & Presentationskills »

 

 

2

 

 

 

Study & Presentationskills »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB3SPSIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

Study & Presentationskills

Semester

3

INTL

5

SWS

2

ECTS

2,5

LVA-Inhalt

Studierende können englische Fachliteratur lesen, erfassen, kritisch diskutieren, zusammenfassen und in der Arbeitssprache Englisch präsentieren. Inhalte: Recherche in englischsprachigen Bibliotheken und Datenbanken; Lesen von englischsprachiger Fachliteratur inkl. Wissenschaftlicher Literatur; Diskussion englischer Fachtexte; logisches Argumentieren; Exzerpieren und Zusammenfassen englischsprachiger Texte; Sachlichkeit; Spezifikas der Präsentation auf Englisch vor Fachpublikum.

Vorkenntnisse

Arbeitsmethoden 1

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB3SPSIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

Study & Presentationskills

Semester

3

INTL

5

CH

2

ECTS

2,5

Course Content

Students can read, write, critically discuss and summarise specialist English texts and hold presentations in working English. Contents: Research in English-language libraries and databases; reading English specialist literature incl. academic literature; discussion of English specialist texts; logical argumentation; excerpting and summarising English texts; objectivity; specifics of holding presentations in English in front of a specialist audience.

Prerequisites

Work Methods 1

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Teamorientierter Reflexionsprozess 1 »

 

 

1

 

 

 

Group-Oriented Reflection Process 1 »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB3TEARC

TYP

RC

LVA Name

Teamorientierter Reflexionsprozess 1

Semester

3

INTL

1

SWS

1

ECTS

,5

LVA-Inhalt

Studierende erweitern ihr Wissen um Teamarbeit und gruppendynamische Effekte. Sie können vorgeprägte Gedanken, respektive Verhaltensmuster in Bezug auf Gruppen und Teams wahrnehmen, hinterfragen und im Studiumskontext (Projekte / Gruppenarbeiten) konstruktiv gestalten. Dabei wird auch ausdrücklich auf die aktuelle Peer-Group Situation fokussiert. Inhalte: gruppendynamische Prozesse: not-invented here syndrom, Group-Think etc.; Teamphasen n. Tuckman; Teamrollen, Mobbing; sozialkommunikative Kompetenzen.

Vorkenntnisse

Wahlpflicht 1

LEGENDE:

RC: Lehrveranstaltung mit reflexivem Character
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB3TEARC

TYPE

RC

Course Title

Group-Oriented Reflection Process 1

Semester

3

INTL

1

CH

1

ECTS

,5

Course Content

Students extend their knowledge of teamwork and the effects of group dynamics. They can perceive and question preconceived thoughts and respective behavioural patterns in connection with the groups and teams, and constructively shape their use in the context of the degree programme (projects/group work). As part of this, there will be an explicit focus on the current peer group situation. Contents: group dynamic processes: “not invented here” syndrome, group think etc.; team phases according to Tuckman; team roles, bullying; social communication competencies.

Prerequisites

Elective 1

LEGEND:

RC: lecture with integrated reflective practice
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Vertiefung Computergrafik »

 

 

2

 

 

 

Advanced Computer Graphics »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB3VCGIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

Vertiefung Computergrafik

Semester

3

INTL

4

SWS

2

ECTS

3

LVA-Inhalt

Studierende haben vertiefte Kenntnisse in mathematischen und algorithmischen Theorien zur Erzeugung von photorealistischen 3D-Szenen mit einer aktuellen Grafik-Programmierschnittstelle. Inhalte: programmierbare Grafikpipeline, Shader, Vertex Buffer Objects, 3D Texturen, Phong Shading, Texture Mapping Grundlagen, Mipmapping, Bump Mapping, Environment Mapping, Projektives Textur- und Normal Mapping, Terrain Generation, Heightmaps, Hidden Surface Removal, Z-Buffer vs. Painter's Algorithmus, Z-Fighting, Schatten Algorithmen, Shadow Volumes ( Stencil Shadows laut Folien ) und Shadow Maps, Global Illumination, Rendering Equation, Raytracing, Path Tracing, Ambient Occlusion, Local Reflectance Models, BRDFs, Perfekte Spiegel, Mikrofacetten Modelle, Perfekt Diffuse Oberflächen, Transform Feedback, Shadow Maps, Character Animation, GPU Skinning.

Vorkenntnisse

Programmierung 1, Programmierung 2

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB3VCGIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

Advanced Computer Graphics

Semester

3

INTL

4

CH

2

ECTS

3

Course Content

Students have in-depth knowledge of mathematical and algorithmic theories for generating realistic 3D scenes with one of the latest graphic programming interfaces. Contents: Programmable graphic pipeline, shaders, vertex buffer objects, 3D textures, Phong shading, texture mapping basics, mipmapping, bump mapping, environment mapping, projective texture and normal mapping, terrain generation, height maps, hidden surface removal, z-buffer vs. Painter’s algorithm, z-fighting, shadow algorithms, shadow volumes (stencil shadows according to slides) and shadow maps, global illumination, rendering equation, ray tracing, path tracing, ambient occlusion, local reflectance models, BRDFs, perfect mirror, micro-facet models, perfect diffuse surfaces, transform feedback, shadow maps, character animation, GPU skinning.

Prerequisites

Programming 1, Programming 2

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Web Production Workflows »

 

 

1

 

 

 

Web Production Workflows »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB3WPWIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

Web Production Workflows

Semester

3

INTL

4

SWS

1

ECTS

1

LVA-Inhalt

Studierende kennen die Spezifika von Web Workflows, können agile Methoden in Web Projekten einsetzen. Sie kennen die Vor- und Nachteil des Pair-Programming, können mit verschiedenen Personen im Pair arbeiten. Sie können ein verteiltes Versionskontrollsystem im Team von EntwicklerInnen verwenden: branchen, mergen, Log-Meldungen schreiben. Sie entwickeln in kleinen Abschnitten, die sie jeweils separat einchecken. Sie wissen wozu Development-, Staging- und Production-Server in der Web Entwicklung benötigt werden, kennen den Workflow und können erfolgreich entwickeln, pushen, und deployen. Sie kennen verschiedene Arten des automatisierten Testens, können Unit-Test für Models schreiben. Sie können ein SCRUM-Board (echt und virtuell) verwenden. Sie können User Stories und Akzeptanzkriterien formulieren. Inhalte: Agile Methoden, XP, SCRUM, Pair Programming, Versionskontrolle mit git, Test Driven Development. Development-, Staging- und Production-Server, Deployment, User Stories

Vorkenntnisse

Webprogrammierung 1, Webprogrammierung 2

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB3WPWIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

Web Production Workflows

Semester

3

INTL

4

CH

1

ECTS

1

Course Content

Students know the specifics of web workflows and are able to use agile methods in web projects. They are familiar with the advantages and disadvantages of pair programming and are able to work in pairs with different people. They are able to use a distributed version control system within a team of developers: branching, merging and writing log notifications. They develop in small sections which are each separately checked in. They know why development, staging and production servers are required in web development, are familiar with the workflow and can successfully develop, push and deploy. They know various types of automated tests and can write unit tests for models. They can use a SCRUM board (real and virtual). They can formulate user stories and acceptance criteria. Contents: Agile methods, XP, SCRUM, pair programming, version control with git, test-driven development. Development, staging and production servers, deployment, user stories.

Prerequisites

Web Programming 1, Web Programming 2

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Bachelorarbeit 1 und Begleitlehrveranstaltung »

 

 

 

1

 

 

Bachelor Thesis 1 and Accompanying Course »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB4BA1SE

TYP

SE

LVA Name

Bachelorarbeit 1 und Begleitlehrveranstaltung

Semester

4

INTL

2

SWS

1

ECTS

5

LVA-Inhalt

Vermittlung grundlegender Kenntnisse, um eine theoriezentrierte Bachelorarbeit, deren zugrundeliegende Forschungsfrage(n), das herangezogene Forschungsdesign kompetent und stilsicher umzusetzen. Durch differenzierte Fallauswahl werden beständig Optimierungen für die eigene Bachelorarbeit aufgezeigt. Inhalte: Betreuung der Bachelorarbeit 1: Themendiskussion, Konkretisierung der fachtheoretischen Fragestellung, Begleitung der Umsetzung.

Vorkenntnisse

Arbeitsmethoden 1, Arbeitsmethoden 2

LEGENDE:

SE: Seminar
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB4BA1SE

TYPE

SE

Course Title

Bachelor Thesis 1 and Accompanying Course

Semester

4

INTL

2

CH

1

ECTS

5

Course Content

Communicating basic knowledge for a theoretical bachelor thesis, its underlying research topic(s) and the research design applied competently and with an immaculate sense of style. Improvements to the students' own bachelor theses are constantly demonstrated by means of differentiated case selection. Contents: Support for Bachelor Thesis 1: Topic discussion, concretion of the theoretical issue, support in implementation.

Prerequisites

Work Methods 1, Work Methods 2

LEGEND:

SE: seminar
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Backend Development 2 »

 

 

 

2

 

 

Backend Development 2 »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB4BDPIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

Backend Development 2

Semester

4

INTL

4

SWS

2

ECTS

2,5

LVA-Inhalt

Studierende können Backends für Realtime-Applikationen und Multi-User-Games entwickeln. Sie verwenden Webservices und andere APIs. Sie setzen fortgeschrittene Test-Methoden ein. Sie können die I18n Werkzeuge von Web-Frameworks nutzen um Applikationen zu entwickeln die mehrere Sprach-Varianten anbieten. Sie verwenden Caching um die Applikation zu beschleunigen. Sie kennen typische Sicherheitsprobleme von Web Applikationen, und die Unterstützung die Web Frameworks zur Vermeidung dieser Probleme anbieten. Sie können einen Produktions-Webserver installieren und konfigurieren, den Betrieb des Servers überwachen, einen Load Balancer konfigurieren. Inhalte: node.js, Ruby on Rails, Webservices, APIs, Test Doubles, Integration Tests, Testen von Frontend und Backend (Javascript!) I18n, Background Jobs, Caching, Web Security, aktuelle Entwicklungen und Tools.

Vorkenntnisse

WW1, WW2

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB4BDPIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

Backend Development 2

Semester

4

INTL

4

CH

2

ECTS

2,5

Course Content

Students can develop back ends for real-time applications and multi-user games. They use web services and other APIs. They apply advanced test methods. They are able to use the I18n tools for web frameworks in order to develop applications which offer multiple language versions. They apply caching in order to accelerate the application. They are aware of typical security problems of web applications and can offer support for avoiding these problems in web frameworks. They can install and configure a production web server, supervise the operation of the server and configure a load balancer. Contents: node.js, Ruby on Rails, web services, APIs, test doubles, integration tests, testing the front end and back end (JavaScript!) I18n, background jobs, caching, web security, the latest developments and tools.

Prerequisites

WW1, WW2

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Concurrent & Distributed Systems »

 

 

 

2

 

 

Concurrent & Distributed Systems »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB4CDSIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

Concurrent & Distributed Systems

Semester

4

INTL

5

SWS

2

ECTS

2,5

LVA-Inhalt

Kennen für das Berufsfeld relevante, aktuelle Themen der Softwareentwicklung wie z.B. die Programmierung auf Mehrprozessorsystemen und verteilten Systemen und die dafür relevanten theoretischen und algorithmischen Lösungsansätze. Inhalte: Netzwerkprogrammierung; Synchrone versus asynchrone Kommunikation; Message Systems; Parallel Programming: Multithreading; Mutual Exclusion, Synchronisation; Basisalgorithmen für verteilte Systeme.

Vorkenntnisse

Praktische Informatik 1

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB4CDSIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

Concurrent & Distributed Systems

Semester

4

INTL

5

CH

2

ECTS

2,5

Course Content

They are aware of up-to-date topics in software development relevant for their career e.g. programming systems with multiple processors and distributed systems, as well as the relevant theoretical and algorithmic solutions. Contents: Network programming, synchronous vs. asynchronous communication; message systems; parallel programming: multi-threading; mutual exclusion, synchronisation; basic algorithms for distributed systems.

Prerequisites

Practical Computer Science 1

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Digital Media Systems »

 

 

 

2

 

 

Digital Media Systems »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB4DMSIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

Digital Media Systems

Semester

4

INTL

4

SWS

2

ECTS

2,5

LVA-Inhalt

Studierende verbinden Inhalte früherer Lehrveranstaltungen und stellen sie in einen Gesamtkontext eines Digital-Media-Systems. Sie bewerten den Einfluss einzelner Komponenten auf die Quality-of-Experience für die BenutzerInnen und können fundierte Entscheidungen bei der Auswahl von technischen Komponenten (Software wie Hardware) treffen sowie technische Rahmenbedingungen (Verwendung von Legacy-Systemen) in ihrer Planung mitberücksichtigen. Inhalte: Digital-Data-Akquisition, Media-Representation, Media-Formats, Compression, Media-Distribution, Networking, Wireless Networking, DRM, Cloud-Gaming, Cloud-Media, Multimedia Search and Retrieval, Online Gaming.

Vorkenntnisse

Multimedia Systeme 1

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB4DMSIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

Digital Media Systems

Semester

4

INTL

4

CH

2

ECTS

2,5

Course Content

Students connect with contents from previous courses and use them in the overall context of a digital media system. They assess the influence of individual components on the quality of experience for users and are able to make well-founded decisions in selecting technical components (software and hardware) as well as taking technical framework conditions (use of legacy systems) into account in their planning. Contents: Digital data acquisition, media representation, media formats, compression, media distribution, networking, wireless networking, DRM, cloud gaming, cloud media, multimedia search and retrieval, online gaming.

Prerequisites

Multimedia Systems 1

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Frontend Development 2 »

 

 

 

2

 

 

Frontend Development 2 »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB4FDPIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

Frontend Development 2

Semester

4

INTL

4

SWS

2

ECTS

2

LVA-Inhalt

Sie entwerfen und implementieren das Frontend einer Web-Applikation, das auch für die Verwendung auf einem Smartphone oder Tablet geeignet ist (mobile web), inklusive Offline Funktionalität. Sie setzen ein MV*-Javascript-Framework ein. Sie kennen die Eigenschaften von HTML, Canvas (2D, 3D) und SVG und können sie gezielt einsetzen um Grafik und Animation darzustellen. Sie kennen Package-Manager für Javascript und können Dependencies verwalten und ein Projekt aufsetzen. Sie können Javascript-Applikationen testen. Sie verwenden Tools um die Codequalität zu überprüfen. Inhalte: Frontend für Mobile Web, Offline Funktionalität, MV* Framework (z.B. Ember, Backbone oder Angular), Canvas vs. SVG, Verwaltung von Dependencies, Testen, Aktuelle Entwicklungen und Tools.

Vorkenntnisse

WW1, WW2

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB4FDPIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

Frontend Development 2

Semester

4

INTL

4

CH

2

ECTS

2

Course Content

They develop and implement the front end of a web application that is also suitable for use on a smart phone or tablet (mobile web) including offline functionality. They can use a MV* JavaScript framework. They know the properties of HTML, Canvas (2D, 3D) and SVG, and can use them in a targeted way to depict graphics and animations. They are familiar with package manager for JavaScript and can manage dependencies and draw up a project. They can test JavaScript applications. They use tools to examine code quality. Contents: Front end for mobile web, offline functionality, MV* framework (e.g. Ember, Backbone or Angular), Canvas vs. SVG, managing dependencies, testing, the latest developments and tools.

Prerequisites

WW1, WW2

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Game Development 2 »

 

 

 

4

 

 

Game Development 2 »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB4GDEIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

Game Development 2

Semester

4

INTL

4

SWS

4

ECTS

5

LVA-Inhalt

Studierende kennen fortgeschrittene Werkzeuge und Programmierkonzepte des Game Development in der künstlichen Intelligenz, sowie Methoden, Algorithmen und Werkzeuge für Multiplayer Online Games. Kennen erweiterte Konzepte im Game Engine Design und deren Implementierung (High-level Rendering Abstraction, Scenegraph Engines), Cross-Platform Portability und kennen den Umgang und die Konzepte einer modernen Game Engine (Ogre3d, C4, Unity3d). Inhalte: Erweiterte Konzepte der Game-AI (Decision Making Systems, Goal-based Behaviour, Steering Behaviours, Advanced Path Planning), Multiplayer Online Games: Netzwerk und Server Implementierung, Performance Messungen und Optimierungen; Game-Produktions-Prozess; Tool Programming, Entwicklung und Optimierung für verschiedene Plattformen, Scenegraph-Engines, Erweiterte Konzepte einer modernen Game Engine.

Vorkenntnisse

WG1, WG2

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB4GDEIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

Game Development 2

Semester

4

INTL

4

CH

4

ECTS

5

Course Content

Students know advanced tools and programming concepts in game development in artificial intelligence as well as methods, algorithms and tools for multiplayer online games. They are familiar with advanced concepts in game engine design and their implementation (high-level rendering abstraction, scene graph engines etc.), cross-platform portability and are familiar with dealing with and the concept of a modern game engine (Ogre3d, C4, Unity3d). Contents: In-depth concepts of game AI (decision-making systems, goal-based behaviour, steering behaviours, advanced path planning), multiplayer online games: network and server implementation, performance measurements and optimisations; game production process; tool programming, development and optimisation for various platforms, scene graph engines, in-depth concepts of a modern game engine.

Prerequisites

WG1, WG2

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Game Production Environments »

 

 

 

2

 

 

Game Production Environments »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB4GPEIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

Game Production Environments

Semester

4

INTL

4

SWS

2

ECTS

2,5

LVA-Inhalt

Studierende kennen den praktischen Umgang mit modernen Game Engines, Werkzeugen und deren Workflows. Sie können aufgrund einer konkreten Aufgabenstellung abwägen, welche Game Engine und welche Werkzeuge die beste Wahl für die Umsetzung darstellen. Sie kennen Vor- und Nachteile und können Zeit- und Ressourcen-Pläne anhand von diesen diskutieren. Inhalte: Übersicht und Beispiele von professionellen Entwicklungswerkzeugen und Workflows in der Spieleentwicklung.

Vorkenntnisse

WG1, WG2

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB4GPEIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

Game Production Environments

Semester

4

INTL

4

CH

2

ECTS

2,5

Course Content

Students know how to handle modern game engines, tools and their workflows in practice. Based on a concrete task, they are able to decide which game engine and which tools are the best choice for implementing an idea. They are aware of the advantages and disadvantages and are able to discuss time and resource plans based on this. Contents: Overview and examples of professional development tools and workflows in game development.

Prerequisites

WG1, WG2

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Game Studies & Game Design 2 »

 

 

 

2

 

 

Game Studies & Game Design 2 »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB4GSDIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

Game Studies & Game Design 2

Semester

4

INTL

3

SWS

2

ECTS

2,5

LVA-Inhalt

Studierende verfügen über vertiefte Kenntnisse und Fertigkeiten der Theorie und Praxis im Gamedesign, von der Konzeption bis zur Umsetzung. Sie haben vertiefte Fertigkeiten im Identifizieren und Gestalten von Mechanismen, Regelwerken und Designstrukturen innerhalb interaktiver Unterhaltungsformen. Sie haben erweiterte Kenntnisse im Testen bzw. in der Qualitäts- und Funktionskontrolle von Spielen und differenzierte Grundfertigkeiten in der Analyse von bestehenden Spielen hinsichtlich ihrer technischen, naturwissenschaftlichen , medien-, kunst- und kulturtheoretischen, wirtschaftlichen, sozialen und pädagogischen Aspekte. Inhalte: Geschichte des Spiels; Theorien zu Game: Why do we play?; Spielregeln, Spiel Balance, Spiel und Interaktion; Qualitätskriterien; Kulturspezifische Aspekte von Spielen (z.B. Japan vs. Europa); Spiel Genres, z.B. Serious Games, Strategie, First Person Shooter; Konzeptformen bei der Spiel-Entwicklung; Konzeption eines Spiels.

Vorkenntnisse

MP1C

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB4GSDIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

Game Studies & Game Design 2

Semester

4

INTL

3

CH

2

ECTS

2,5

Course Content

Students have in-depth knowledge and skills in the theory and practice of game design, from conceptual design to implementation. They have advanced skills in identifying and designing mechanisms, sets of rules and design structures within interactive forms of entertainment. They have in-depth knowledge of testing as well as quality and function control of games and differentiated basic skills in analysing existing games with regard to their features relating to technology, natural science, media theory, art theory, culture theory, economics, society and education. Contents: History of games; game theories: Why do we play?; rules, game balance, game and interaction; quality criteria; culture-specific aspects of games (e.g. Japan vs. Europe); game genres, e.g. serious games, strategy, first person shooters; conceptual forms of game development; conceptual design of a game.

Prerequisites

MP1C

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
HCI-Studio »

 

 

 

2

 

 

HCI-Studio »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB4HCIIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

HCI-Studio

Semester

4

INTL

5

SWS

2

ECTS

2,5

LVA-Inhalt

Studierende können ein Interfaces im Rahmen eines User-Centered Design (UCD) Prozesses entwickeln. Sie kennen Methoden und Vorgehensweisen zu: Konzeptionierung und Durchführung einer NutzerInnen-, Aufgaben-, und Umgebungsanalyse im Rahmen der Analysephase; Aufarbeitung der Ergebnisse der Analysephase als Input für die Designphase (Personas, Szenarien); Entwicklung verschiedener Prototypen (Low- und High Fidelity) anhand von Designprinzipien und Prototyping Methoden; Konzeptionieren und Durchführen einer BenutzerInnenevaluierung im Labor (Testplan erstellen, BenutzerInnenstudie durchführen, Ergebnisse auswerten); Dokumentation des gesamten Entwicklungsprozesses. Inhalte: Methoden der kontextuellen Analysephase (Fokusgruppe, Befragung, Contextual Inquiry, Beobachtung, etc.); Aufbereitung der Ergebnisse der Analysephase (Personas, Szenarien, Designempfehlungen, etc.); User Interface und User Interaktionsdesign; Prototyping Methoden (Experience Prototyping, etc.); Evaluationsmethoden (Usability Studie, etc.).

Vorkenntnisse

Praktische Informatik 1

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB4HCIIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

HCI-Studio

Semester

4

INTL

5

CH

2

ECTS

2,5

Course Content

Students can develop interfaces as part of a user-centred design (UCD) process. They know methods and approaches for: conceiving and carrying out a user, task and environment analysis as part of the analysis phase; processing the results of the analysis phase to provide input for the design phase (persona, scenarios); developing various prototypes (low and high fidelity) based on design principles and prototyping methods; conceiving and carrying out user evaluations in the lab (creating a test plan, carrying out a user study, evaluating results); documenting the entire development process. Contents: Methods of the contextual analysis phase (focus group, survey, contextual enquiry, observation etc.); processing the results of the analysis phase (personas, scenarios, design recommendations etc.); user interface and user interaction design; prototyping methods (experience prototyping etc.); evaluation methods (usability study etc.).

Prerequisites

Practical Computer Science 1

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Interactive Prototyping & Physical Computing 2 »

 

 

 

2

 

 

Interactive Prototyping & Physical Computing 2 »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB4IPPIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

Interactive Prototyping & Physical Computing 2

Semester

4

INTL

4

SWS

2

ECTS

2,5

LVA-Inhalt

In die Umwelt eingebettete Systeme können durch Sensoren ihre Umgebung erfassen und Wissen über ihren jeweiligen Kontext erlangen. Ziel dieser Lehrveranstaltung ist es, einen Überblick über die Möglichkeiten und Herausforderungen von Anwendungen im Bereich Physical Computing an der Schnittstelle zu intelligenter Interaktion, eingebetteten Systemen und Smart Environments zu geben und entsprechende Konzepte sowie Prototypen zu entwickeln („Making Things“). Typische Anwendungsbereiche sind berührungsgesteuerte Interaktion, Heimautomatisierung („Smart Home“), interaktive Installationen, Wearables sowie allgemein das „Internet of Things“. Ein weiterer wesentlicher Fokus der Lehrveranstaltung liegt in der Entwicklung und Erprobung neuer Konzepte, die über rein technische Fragestellungen hinausgehen. Die interdisziplinäre Zusammenarbeit mit Studiengängen innerhalb der Disziplin Design, Medien und Kunst ist geplant. Inhalte: Diese Lehrveranstaltung setzt Schwerpunkte im Bereich des Kennenlernens von Sensorsystemen auf Basis eingebetteter Systeme wie z.B. Arduino und Raspberry Pi, dem Entwickeln von Konzepten und Prototypen, dem Sammeln praktischer Erfahrung mit deren Programmierung, in Algorithmen zur Verarbeitung von Sensordaten mit der Zielsetzung, Handlungen, Ereignisse und Interaktionen zu erkennen und zu klassifizieren.

Vorkenntnisse

MP1A

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB4IPPIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

Interactive Prototyping & Physical Computing 2

Semester

4

INTL

4

CH

2

ECTS

2,5

Course Content

Systems embedded in the environment can collect information on their environment and acquire knowledge about the respective context by means of sensors. This teaching module aims to convey an understanding of the possibilities and challenges of applications in physical computing at the interface to intelligent interaction, embedded systems and smart environments and also aims to develop corresponding concepts as well as prototypes (“Making Things”). Typical fields of application are touch-controlled interaction, home automation (“Smart Home”), interactive installation, wearables as well as the “Internet of Things”. A further important focus of the teaching module is the development and testing of new concepts which go beyond solely technical questions. Interdisciplinary cooperation with students from the design, media and art courses is also planned. Content: Key areas of this module include familiarisation with sensor systems on the basis of embedded systems e.g. Arduino and Raspberry Pi, concept and prototype development, gaining practical experience of their programming, in algorithms for the processing of sensor data, with the goal of identifying and classifying actions, findings and interactions.

Prerequisites

MP1A

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Kryptographie und Mediensicherheit »

 

 

 

2

 

 

Cryptography and Media Security »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB4KMSIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

Kryptographie und Mediensicherheit

Semester

4

INTL

4

SWS

2

ECTS

2,5

LVA-Inhalt

Studierende kennen aktuelle kryptographische Verfahren und können diese zielgerichtet in eigenen Applikationen anwenden. Sie kennen alternative Methoden zur Sicherung von Medieninhalten (Digital-Watermarking). Inhalte: Mathematische Grundlagen der Verschlüsselung; Symmetrische Verschlüsselung, asymmetrische Verschlüsselung, Kryptographische Hash-Algorithmen, Digitale Signaturen, Digital-Watermarking, Kopierschutz, DRM-Systeme (Digital Rights Management).

Vorkenntnisse

Multimedia Systeme 1

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB4KMSIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

Cryptography and Media Security

Semester

4

INTL

4

CH

2

ECTS

2,5

Course Content

Students are familiar with the latest cryptographic processes and can use these in their own applications in a targeted way. They know alternative methods of securing media content (digital watermarking). Contents: Mathematical principles of encryption; symmetric encryption, asymmetric encryption, cryptographic hash algorithms, digital signatures, digital watermarks, copy protection, DRM systems (digital rights management).

Prerequisites

Multimedia Systems 1

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Mixed Reality 2 »

 

 

 

1,5

 

 

Mixed Reality 2 »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB4MIRIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

Mixed Reality 2

Semester

4

INTL

4

SWS

1,5

ECTS

2

LVA-Inhalt

Studierende kennen innovative Konzepte aus den Bereichen Augmented Reality, Ubiquitous Computing, Pervasive Games und Serious Gaming. Sie können auf Basis von aktuellen Frameworks Augmented Reality Anwendungen für verschiedene Einsatzgebiete wie z.B. Tourismus, Bildung, Unterhaltung, Kultur, etc. erstellen. Kennen fortgeschrittene Themen und Algorithmen in der Bildverarbeitung und Erkennung. Inhalte: Grundlagen von Ubiquitous und Pervasive Computing; Handheld Augmented Reality; Software-Frameworks und aktuelle Hardware für Computer Vision und Augmented Reality, Feature Detection Algorithmen (SIFT, SURF), Gesichtserkennung, Template Matching, Viola-Jones, Haar-Classifiers, Boosting.

Vorkenntnisse

WG1, WG2

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB4MIRIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

Mixed Reality 2

Semester

4

INTL

4

CH

1,5

ECTS

2

Course Content

Students are familiar with innovative concepts from the fields of augmented reality, ubiquitous computing, pervasive games and serious gaming. They are able to produce augmented reality applications for various usages such as tourism, education, entertainment and culture, based on the latest frameworks. They know advanced topics and algorithms in image editing and recognition. Contents: Basic principles of ubiquitous and pervasive computing; hand-held augmented reality; software frame-works and the latest hardware for computer vision and augmented reality, feature detection algorithms (SIFT, SURF), facial recognition, template matching, Viola Jones, Haar classifiers, boosting.

Prerequisites

WG1, WG2

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Mobile Applications 2 »

 

 

 

2

 

 

Mobile Applications 2 »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB4MAPIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

Mobile Applications 2

Semester

4

INTL

4

SWS

2

ECTS

2,5

LVA-Inhalt

Studierende können komplexe mobile Anwendungen konzipieren und selbständig auf einer Zielplattform in native Code implementieren. Sie sind mit der Entwicklungsumgebung und den Provisioning-Prozessen vertraut und haben den Veröffentlichungsprozess für ihre selbstentwickelte App einmal komplett durchlaufen. Inhalte: Vertiefung API-Schnittstellen der mobilen Plattform (z.B. Einführung in Objective-C: Notation, MVC, Delegates, ViewController, Neigungssensor, PList, Dictionaries, Maps, Location, etc.); Anforderungsmanagement für Mobile Apps, Staged Delivery; Publishing auf Stores der jeweiligen Plattform; Entwicklung eines eigenen Projekts.

Vorkenntnisse

MP1B

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB4MAPIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

Mobile Applications 2

Semester

4

INTL

4

CH

2

ECTS

2,5

Course Content

Students are able to conceive complex mobile applications and independently implement these on a target platform in native code. They are familiar with the development environment and the provisioning processes, and have gone through the publishing process for their independently developed app once. Contents: Advanced API interfaces for mobile platforms (e.g. introduction to Objective-C: notation, MVC, delegates, ViewController, inclination centre, PList, dictionaries, maps, location, etc.); requirement management for mobile apps, staged delivery; publishing to stores on respective platforms; developing their own project

Prerequisites

MP1B

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Multimediaprojekt 2 / Multimediaproject 2 (MMP2b) »

 

 

 

1

 

 

Multimedia Project 2 (MMP2b) »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB4MMPPT

TYP

PT

LVA Name

Multimediaprojekt 2 / Multimediaproject 2 (MMP2b)

Semester

4

INTL

5

SWS

1

ECTS

2

LVA-Inhalt

Studierende können Projekte mit multimedialer Themenstellung in fachspezifischen oder erweiterten Teams (z.B. mit teilweiser Einbindung von GestalterInnen) durchführen und dabei fachspezifische Projektmanagement-Methoden und Werkzeuge praktisch einsetzen. Verwenden fortgeschrittene Konzepte und Methoden der Wahlpflicht 1 und 2. Inhalte: Durchführung eines fachlich und organisatorisch anspruchsvollen multimedialen Projekts.

Vorkenntnisse

Wahlpflicht 1, Wahlpflicht 2

LEGENDE:

PT: Projektarbeit
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB4MMPPT

TYPE

PT

Course Title

Multimedia Project 2 (MMP2b)

Semester

4

INTL

5

CH

1

ECTS

2

Course Content

Students can carry out projects with specific multimedia topics in specialist or extended teams (e.g. with the partial integration of designers) and use general project management methods and tools in practice as part of this. They use the advanced concepts and methods of the compulsory elective 2. Contents: Carrying out a multimedia project which is challenging on a specialist and organisational level.

Prerequisites

Elective 1, Elective 2

LEGEND:

PT: project
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Multimediaprojekt 3 Kickoff - Game Development & Mixed Reality »

 

 

 

0,5

 

 

Multimedia Project 3 Kickoff - Game Development & Mixed Reality »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB4MMGIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

Multimediaprojekt 3 Kickoff - Game Development & Mixed Reality

Semester

4

INTL

4

SWS

0,5

ECTS

,5

LVA-Inhalt

Kennen Kreativitätstechniken und Methoden der Ideenfindung, der Ausarbeitung und Präsentation. Können Ideen für Game, Mixed-Reality und Multimediaprojekte entwickeln, verfeinern und auf den Punkt bringen. Inhalte: Ideen und Konzeptentwicklung für ein komplexes multimediales Projekt. Selbständige Teamselektion für ein disziplinenübergreifendes multimediales Projekt; Selbstständige individuelle Selektion der Funktionen und Rollen im Rahmen des Teams.

Vorkenntnisse

WG1, WG2

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB4MMGIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

Multimedia Project 3 Kickoff - Game Development & Mixed Reality

Semester

4

INTL

4

CH

0,5

ECTS

,5

Course Content

They know creativity techniques and methods of finding ideas, developing them and presenting them. They can develop, refine and finalise ideas for games, mixed reality and multimedia projects. Contents: Idea and concept development for a complex multimedia project. Independent team selection for an interdisciplinary multimedia project; independent selection of roles and functions within the team.

Prerequisites

WG1, WG2

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Multimediaprojekt 3 Kickoff - Web Development »

 

 

 

0,5

 

 

Multimedia Project 3 Kickoff - Web Development »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB4MMWIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

Multimediaprojekt 3 Kickoff - Web Development

Semester

4

INTL

4

SWS

0,5

ECTS

,5

LVA-Inhalt

Kennen Kreativitätstechniken und Methoden der Ideenfindung, der Ausarbeitung und Präsentation. Können Ideen für Web und Multimediaprojekte entwickeln, verfeinern und auf den Punkt bringen. Inhalte: Ideen und Konzeptentwicklung für ein komplexes multimediales Projekt. Selbständige Teamselektion für ein disziplinenübegreifendes multimediales Projekt; Selbstständige individuelle Selektion der Funktionen und Rollen im Rahmen des Teams.

Vorkenntnisse

WW1, WW2

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB4MMWIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

Multimedia Project 3 Kickoff - Web Development

Semester

4

INTL

4

CH

0,5

ECTS

,5

Course Content

They know creativity techniques and methods of finding ideas, developing them and presenting them. They are able to develop, refine and finalise ideas for web and multimedia projects. Contents: Idea and concept development for a complex multimedia project. Independent team selection for a cross-disciplinary multimedia project; independent selection of roles and functions within the team.

Prerequisites

WW1, WW2

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Semantic Web Technologies »

 

 

 

2

 

 

Semantic Web Technologies »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB4SWTIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

Semantic Web Technologies

Semester

4

INTL

4

SWS

2

ECTS

2,5

LVA-Inhalt

Kennen fortgeschrittene Konzepte der semantischen Informationsmodellierung und des Information Retrievals. Das LATCH-Prinzip: Location, Alphabet, Time, Category, Hierarchy (Richard Saul Wurman) , Semantic Web (RDF, Linked Data), Anfragen im Semantic Web: SPARQL, Algorithmen und Datenstrukturen von Suchmaschinen, Konfiguration von Suchmaschinen. Natural language processing, Text Mining.

Vorkenntnisse

WW1, WW2

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB4SWTIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

Semantic Web Technologies

Semester

4

INTL

4

CH

2

ECTS

2,5

Course Content

Students are familiar with advanced concepts of semantic information modelling and information retrieval. The LATCH principle: Location, Alphabet, Time, Category, Hierarchy (Richard Saul Wurman), semantic web (RDF, linked data), inquiries in the semantic web: SPARQL, algorithms and data structures of search engines, configurations of search engines. Natural language processing, text mining.

Prerequisites

WW1, WW2

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Teamorientierter Reflexionsprozess 2 »

 

 

 

1

 

 

Group-Oriented Reflection Process 2 »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB4TEARC

TYP

RC

LVA Name

Teamorientierter Reflexionsprozess 2

Semester

4

INTL

1

SWS

1

ECTS

,5

LVA-Inhalt

Studierende können anhand der konkreten Lernerfahrungen in den Multimediaprojekten, sozial-kommunikative und strukturelle Probleme in Teams erkennen und lösen. Inhalte: Selbst- und Gruppenreflexion der konkret erlebten Projektarbeiten, ggf. Strukturaufstellung und -analyse; Projektmanagementtechniken; Konfliktmanagement.

Vorkenntnisse

Wahlpflicht 1, Wahlpflicht 2

LEGENDE:

RC: Lehrveranstaltung mit reflexivem Character
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB4TEARC

TYPE

RC

Course Title

Group-Oriented Reflection Process 2

Semester

4

INTL

1

CH

1

ECTS

,5

Course Content

Students can recognise and solve social communication and structural problems in teams based on concrete learning experiences in the multimedia projects. Contents: Self and group reflection on project work experienced, if required structure constellation and analysis; project management techniques; conflict management.

Prerequisites

Elective 1, Elective 2

LEGEND:

RC: lecture with integrated reflective practice
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
Web Operations »

 

 

 

1,5

 

 

Web Operations »

LVA-NUMMER

MMTB4WOPIL

TYP

IL

LVA Name

Web Operations

Semester

4

INTL

4

SWS

1,5

ECTS

2,5

LVA-Inhalt

Sie können einen Produktions-Webserver mit virtuellen Hosts und SSL installieren und konfigurieren, kennen die Konfigurations-Dateien, Logfile, Ordner. Sie können Tools einsetzen um den Betrieb des Servers zu überwachen, und bei Ausfällen alarmiert zu werden. Sie können einen Load Balancer konfigurieren. Inhalte: UNIX, Webserver Apache (plus eventuell Alternativen), Monitoring, Load Balancer.

Vorkenntnisse

WW1, WW2

LEGENDE:

IL: Integrierte Lehrveranstaltung
Semester: 1,3,5 Semester: findet im Wintersemester statt
2,4,6 Semester: findet im Sommersemester statt
INTL: Internationalisierungscode - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
SWS: Semesterwochenstunden, Anwesenheit errechnet sich aus zb. 1 SWS x 14 EH zu 45 Minuten
ECTS:

Course Code

MMTB4WOPIL

TYPE

IL

Course Title

Web Operations

Semester

4

INTL

4

CH

1,5

ECTS

2,5

Course Content

They are able to install and configure a production web server with virtual hosts and SSL, and are familiar with their configuration files, log file and folders. They can use tools to supervise the operation of the server and alert them in the case of downtime. They can configure a load balancer. Contents: UNIX, web server Apache (plus possible alternatives), monitoring, load balancer.

Prerequisites

WW1, WW2

LEGEND:

IL: lecture with integrated project work
Semester: Semesters 1,3,5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January)
Semesters 2,4,6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
INTL: Internationalization Code - Indicates categories for incoming students
cat. 5: offered in English on a routine basis
cat. 4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
cat. 3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
cat. 2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
cat. 1: not available for incomings
CH: weekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example CH 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course)
ECTS: Work load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student