Courses are taught in Modeling, Computational Linguistics, Business Informatics, Database Technologies, Semantic Web, Principles of Software Development, Computer Science for Students of Business Management, Information Systems in eBusiness, Mobile Application Modeling and Development, Business Information System Development.
Application Engineering: Courses dealing with design, development and use of application systems, e-business systems, software support and maintenance, architecture of information systems.
Angewandte Computerlinguistik (Applied Computational Linguistics): Introduction to morphosyntax and parser development.
To obtain practical experience is one of the main objectives of the Bachelor programme in Informatics at the Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt. Hence, the curriculum specifies the lab course („8h-Praktikum”) as one of the capstone-courses leading to a Bakkalaureatsarbeit (BA-thesis). It comprises a term-project which might extend over two semesters. The lab course is structured into individual projects. The project teams typically consist of two to three students. Each team is guided by a member of the academic staff and supervised by a professor. The problem to be resolved is a rather complex task which has its roots in business, administration or research. The possibility to get acquainted to practice and “business reality” is appreciated by students as well as practitioners/researchers serving as “customers”. If you are interested in one of the following projects, kindly contact the associated advisor.
In their master thesis, students demonstrate their ability to independently solve problems in the area of their specialization using state-of-the-art scientific methods.The following list of master theses reflects a variety of different topics and projects to work on. Students are encouraged to propose further topics suiting their personal professional interest. In any case, please contact the advisor in due course.