Goal:The individual subject areas are developed independently by the students on the basis of recommended and independently obtained literature. The results are to be presented in the form of a lecture followed by discussion and written elaboration. This should provide the student not only with specialist knowledge but also with independent working and presentation experience in front of a larger audience. Attendance is compulsory during the seminar! This applies in particular to the first appointment. Participants are obliged to write a protocol for each lecture (one A4 page: topic, duration, content, discussion points). Randomly selected participants must submit this protocol in electronic form as LaTeX and PDF files within one week. Further details will be provided at the first meeting.
Assessment criteria:Seminar presentations will be evaluated according to the following criteria. A minimum of 0 and a maximum of 9 points can be achieved per criterion. The maximum score is 45.
Important Hint:If deadlines or modalities are not met or insufficiently met, a negative assessment is automatically made. Up to the short presentation the notice of departure is possible (by email to Peter Schartner) without further consequences. Subsequent unsubscriptions lead to a negative evaluation.
Hints for the Seminar:
SlidesA beamer (incl. laptop), (or overhead projector) for your prepared slides and the blackboard for comments are available in the course