We are looking for a Student Assistant
(computer science or information management) in the AAU’s data protection project.
Employment rate 8h/week (from now until September 2018).
Tasks: Insertion of data in the register of processing activities.
Expected knowledge: German
There is a lot to do, but there is more to learn!
Contact: Peter Schartner
The Department of Applied Informatics (Information Systems) invites applications for the position of a
University Assistant (prae doc)
Duration of employment: 4 years
- Scientific research with the goal to obtain a doctorate degree (PhD)
- Participation in research projects
The Institute of Applied Computer Science is looking for a student assistant for 8h/week (starting on 1.March 2018).
The goal is the re-engineering of the algorithm visualization tool go2algo (current version at https://syssec.at/download/go2algo_5.2_BETA. jar) and a modularization in which individual algorithms can be quickly added or removed.
The range of functions should grow with the progress of the lecture.
The topic can also be adapted towards software practice/Bachelor thesis (aprox. 400€ per month).
Expected knowledge: German, SWE, Java and A&D
If you are interested, please contact peter [dot] schartner [at] aau [dot] at .
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The following topic is offered for a Master’s thesis:
“Data analysis on the effectiveness of recommendation systems”
This topic is suitable for students of Applied Computer Science or Information Management.
Das Stipendium dient der Finanzierung von herausragenden Studien, Forschungsarbeiten oder wissenschaftlichen Tätigkeiten an einer Hochschule oder an einem Forschungszentrum im Ausland.