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786 881 Doctoral programme in Engineering Sciences Computer Sciences

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2022W-2023S (2007U)

TitlePrecon.HoursECTS
Doctoral programme in Engineering Sciences Computer Sciences
180.0
Scientific Emphasis
18.0
Wissenschaftliche Vertiefung
SE Seminar für DissertantInnen
2.03.0
186.199 SE 2022W
Seminar for PhD candidates   Distance Learning
Distance Learning: Course is held predominantly online
2.03.0
185.A24 SE 2022W
Seminar for PhD Students   Distance Learning
Distance Learning: Course is held predominantly online
2.03.0
184.721 SE 2022W
Seminar for PhD Students   Distance Learning
Distance Learning: Course is held predominantly online
2.03.0
184.723 SE 2022W
2.03.0
183.619 SE 2022W
2.03.0
187.A50 SE 2022W
2.03.0
184.739 SE 2022W
2.03.0
187.A72 SE 2022W
Seminar for PhD Students   Distance Learning
Distance Learning: Course is held predominantly online
2.03.0
184.794 SE 2023S
2.03.0
184.794 SE 2022W
2.03.0
192.060 SE 2022W
Seminar for PhD Students   Distance Learning
Distance Learning: Course is held predominantly online
2.03.0
182.070 SE 2022W
2.03.0
183.304 SE 2023S
Doctoral Seminar   Distance Learning
Distance Learning: Course is held predominantly online
2.03.0
183.304 SE 2022W
2.03.0
193.083 SE 2022W
PhD Seminar   Distance Learning
Distance Learning: Course is held predominantly online
2.03.0
194.110 SE 2022W
Seminar for PhD Students   Distance Learning
Distance Learning: Course is held predominantly online
2.03.0
SE Forschungsseminar für DissertantInnen
2.03.0
188.081 SE 2022W
Research seminar for PhD students   Distance Learning
Distance Learning: Course is held predominantly online
2.03.0
188.446 SE 2022W
2.03.0
186.842 SE 2022W
Researchseminar for PhD candidates   Distance Learning
Distance Learning: Course is held predominantly online
2.03.0
2.03.0
188.970 SE 2022W
Scientific Seminar for PhD Students   Distance Learning
Distance Learning: Course is held predominantly online
2.03.0
2.03.0
SE Literaturseminar für DissertantInnen
2.03.0
2.03.0
SE Seminar for PhDs
2.03.0
SE Research Seminar for Master and PhD students
2.03.0
2.03.0
PV Exclusive Tutorial for PhD Students
2.03.0
2.03.0
VU Open Problems in Computer Vision
2.03.0
SE Dissertantenseminar
2.03.0
VO Introduction to Logical Methods in Computer Science
3.0
184.766 VO 2022W
Introduction to Logical Methods in Computer Science   Distance Learning
Distance Learning: Course is held predominantly online
2.03.0
SE Research Seminar LogiCS
2.03.0
184.767 SE 2022W
2.03.0
VU Advanced Topics in Service-Oriented Computing and Cloud Computing
2.03.0
SE Research and Career Planning for Doctoral Students
2.03.0
VU Graph Partitioning and Graph Clustering in Theory and Practice
2.03.0
VU Philosophie of Science
2.03.0
195.080 VU 2022W
2.03.0
VU Fundamental research methods for doctoral students
2.03.0
VU Advances and challenges in vision science
2.03.0
VU Research and Career Planning for Doctoral Students
2.03.0
195.098 VU 2022W
Research and Career Planning for Doctoral Students   Distance Learning
Distance Learning: Course is held predominantly online
2.03.0
VU Engineering Self-Adaptive Systems
2.03.0
VU Real Virtuality: Authentic virtual experiences
2.03.0
VU Design, Creativity, Learning, and Human-Centered Computing - Exploring Foundations and Themes for the Future of the Digital Age
2.03.0
VU Machine Learning Security
2.03.0
VU Talent Engineering - From Purpose to Impact
2.03.0
VU Memory Systems and Memory-Centric Computing Systems: Fundamentals and Recent Research
2.03.0
VU Recommender Systems
2.03.0
VU Algorithms and Complexity of Constraint Satisfaction Problems
2.03.0
VU Reachability Analysis Techniques for Hybrid Systems
2.03.0
VU Resilient Computing Systems
2.03.0
VU Dynamic Epistemic Logic
2.03.0
VU Design of Asynchronous Circuits and Systems
2.03.0
VU Software Testing: From Basic Concepts to Advanced Topics
2.03.0
VU Software Design for Cyber-Physical Systems
2.03.0
VU Verification of Probabilistic Programs
2.03.0
VU AI Policies: The Evolving Legal Domain
2.03.0
VU Defeasible Reasoning
2.03.0
VU Design-for-Trust in VLSI Circuits
2.03.0
VU Advanced Topics in Web of Data
2.03.0
VU Domain and Requirements: Science & Engineering
2.03.0
VU Selected Topics in Information Security
3.06.0
VU Introduction to deontic logic: challenges, formal systems, applications
2.03.0
Thesis Dissertation
162.0
Final exam Viva Voce Examination
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Distance Learning
Distance Learning: Course is held predominantly online