Seminar on Topics in Integrated Systems

Lecturer (assistant)
Duration3 SWS
TermWintersemester 2020/21
Language of instructionEnglish


Admission information

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Note: Registration (via TUMonline from 12.10.2020 to 10.11.2020) is required. Limited number of participants! Students have to choose a seminar topic before the introduction lesson. Therefore you need to contact the supervisor of the topic you are interested in. Topics are selected on a first come first served basis. Topics will be published on 9th October 2020 <a href=""></a>


At the end of the seminar, the students is able to present a state-of-the-art literature review in the area of integrated systems building blocks and architectures in an understandable and convincing manner. The following competencies will be acquired: * The student is able to independently analyze state-of-the-art concepts in the field of integrated systems. * The student is able to present a topic in a structured way according to problem formulation, state of the art, goals, methods, and results. * The student can present a topic according to the structure given above orally, on a poster, with a set of slides, and with a written report.


Specific topics in the area of integrated circuits and systems will be offered. The participants independently work on a current scientific topic, write a paper, design a poster and present their topic in a talk. In the subsequent discussion the topic will be trated in-depth.



Teaching and learning methods

Learning method: Students elaborate a given scientific topic by themselves in coordination with the respective research assistant. Teaching method: Introductory lessons will be given by the course coordinator, further details are discussed between research assistant and student on an individual basis. Presentation skills will be educated by a professional teacher.


Examination with the following elements: - paper of 4 pages in IEEE format - presentation of a poster - talk of 20 Minutes and subsequent questions

Recommended literature

A set of topics and related literature is given at the start of the course. Each participant selects his/her topic.


Offered Topics

The topics for winter semester 2021/22 will be published on this website early October.