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iLab2 (6 SWS/ 10 ECTS)
How can I apply?
The places will be allocated using the faculty wide matching system. More information can be found on the following pages:
You can find a recording from the iLab1+2 information event in summer term 2017 here.
Do I need to have done the iLab 1 before doing the iLab 2?
The difference between the two iLabs is only the content. In the iLab 1 participants learn about the most important protocols and mechanisms used in the Internet. The content of the iLab 2 is only partly fixed and changes each semester according to the preferences of the participating students. Some topics are pre-selected by us while others will be included based on a course-wide voting. At the end of the course you will learn how to prepare good instruction material yourself. A skill which will likely be of high value later in your work life.
Who is the intended audience?
The intended audience of this course are master students or bachelor students with
deeper interest and background in computer networks.
If you already know how the Internet works and you want to learn about selected networking
concepts more in depth ilab² is the right course for you.
What do I learn?
When finishing the course, you will have a deep insight into the covered topics. You can find a list of the topics here.
You will get a good overview in the topics handled at our chair and therefore be well prepared to do a thesis or a student assistant work at our chair later.
As the entire course is held in English you can train and improve your language skills.
How is the workflow?
The course consists of a number of different exercises.
The practical exercises are performed in teams of two students.
An exercise consists of three parts:
The course is entirely held in English.
In contrast to many other practical exercises the course is entirely based on a web system.
When does the course start?
All the dates are in TUMonline, the KickOff is usually in the first week of the semester.
In the kickoff the teams will be formed, timeslot preferences will be collected and keycards will be destributed. Thus attendance in this meeting is compulsory.
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