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Proseminar EIM - Internet of Things Domains

 

Note: This course will be offered in an online format.

Registration

Contact <nitschke [at] uni-koblenz.de> via E-Mail to be invited to the online Kick-Off meeting.

Aim

The aim of the Proseminar is to teach the principles of academic work. Therefore, students will work in-depth on a specific topic and report their findings in form of an academic report. Additionally, students have the chance to creatively present their findings in a poster.

Summary

The Proseminar will address the topic of IoT Domains (smart buildings, transportation, e-health). Participants in the Proseminar will select a specific IoT domain and explore it in depth and present their findings to the other participants of the Proseminar. Students will gain an in-depth understanding of a specific IoT domain as well as a broad understanding of other IoT domains.

The deliverables of the Proseminar will be twofold. Firstly, a research report on a specific domain must be created. Secondly, the participants of the Proseminar will create a poster which summarises the key findings of their selected IoT domain which will be presented to the Proseminar group and supervisors in a poster session. The posters created in this Proseminar will be published on the EIM Website. The best posters may also be printed and displayed on the campus.

EoT Lab poster

 

The tasks to be performed in the Proseminar are as follows:

  1. Select, explore, analyse and report on a specific IoT domain in depth.
  2. Create a research report on your findings.
  3. Create a poster summarising your IoT domain.
  4. Present your poster in a poster session.

Grading

Students must be present in all meetings. The following things must be worked on:

  1. Literature Spreadsheet of the IoT domain.
  2. Intermediate feedback session.
  3. Academic report on the respective IoT domain (12-15 pages).
  4. Poster, presenting the IoT domain.
  5. Poster session

Topics

Each student will work on a specific IoT domain or subdomain. The available domains are as follows:

  • Buildings
  • Energy
  • Consumer & Home
  • Healthcare & Life Science
  • Industrial
  • Transportation
  • Retail
  • Security/ Public Safety
  • IT & Networks

 

IoT Domains
Source: https://www.slideshare.net/timoelliott/asug-web-seminar-internet-of-things-intro

 

 

The topics will be assigned in the first meeting.

 

Time plan

DateTopic

14.10.2020 15:00

(Online Meeting Invitations will be sent via E-Mail)

Kick-off meeting
TBA Intermediate feedback session
TBA Finish research report
TBA Poster session

 

Organisation and work places

A UniConnect community will be used to handle organisation and provide a work place (e.g. file sharing, task management, etc.) for the participants.

Contact

nitschke[at]uni-koblenz.de