Teaching

The chair Information Systems II offers lectures, seminars, and term projects in the context of system support for distributed applications. This covers the range from  middleware to application frameworks and component systems along with software engineering aspects.

Bachelor Classes

FSS IS 204 Wirtschaftsinformatik IV for B.Sc. Wifo
IS 451 Technical Fundamentals of Information Systems for B.Sc. Business Administration
SM 453 Seminar: Trends in Distributed Systems for B.Sc. Wifo former: SM 441
HWS SM 453 Seminar: Trends in Distributed Systems for B.Sc. Wifo former: SM 441

Master Classes

FSS IS 555 Computational Thinking II for M.Sc. Management, M.Sc. Wipäd, Diploma BWL First time in FSS 2017
IS 625 Pervasive Computing for M.Sc. Business Informatics, M.Sc. Management, M.Sc. Wipäd, Diploma BWL, Diploma Business Informatics
IS 721 Master Kolloquium for M.Sc. Business Informatics, M.Sc. Management, M.Sc. Wipäd, Diploma BWL, Diploma Business Informatics
IS 722 Seminar: Trends in Distributed Systems for M.Sc. Business Informatics, M.Sc. Management, M.Sc. Wipäd, Diploma BWL, Diploma Business Informatics
HWS IS 553 System Software for M.Sc. Business Informatics, M.Sc. Management, M.Sc. Wipäd, Diploma BWL
IS 554 Computational Thinking for M.Sc. Management, M.Sc. Wipäd, Diploma BWL former: Technological Foundations of Information Systems
IS 627 Self-organizing Systems for M.Sc. Business Informatics, M.Sc. Management, M.Sc. Wipäd, Diploma BWL, Diploma Business Informatics
IS 721 Master Kolloquium for M.Sc. Business Informatics, M.Sc. Management, M.Sc. Wipäd, Diploma BWL, Diploma Business Informatics
IS 722 Seminar: Trends in Distributed Systems for M.Sc. Business Informatics, M.Sc. Management, M.Sc. Wipäd, Diploma BWL, Diploma Business Informatics

Ph.D. Program

FSS IS 911 Context-Aware Computing for Ph.D.

Thesis

Bachelor Thesis

Find information and guidelines regarding the Bachelor thesis here.

Master Thesis

Find information regarding the Master thesis here.

Guidelines and Templates

Guidelines and templates in Word and Latex are availbale. The Guidelines are valid for Seminar works as well as for Bachelor/Master theses in Business Informatics.

For Business Administration the guidelines of the faculty are valid regarding the content and the procedure of the thesis, for design and formatting aspects the guidelines below are valid, too.