Seminar Wissenschaftliches Arbeiten
WS or SS 2.0 h (3.0 ECTS), 193.052
Hsiang-Yun Wu (organizer)
IMPORTANT!!! The meeting room for initial meeting has been updated!!!
Due to some implementation issues, we decided to move our scientific working seminar from Option A to Option B. In other words, we will decide all the student enrollment after our initial meeting (also see TUWEL (opened for initial registration)). This year, due to the capacity of room and supervision resources, we aim to accept max. 20 students.
In the initial meeting, we will introduce the seminar topic this semester and provide students the opportunity to ask questions regarding the seminar. The students are expected to be enthusiastic about the visualization and computer graphics topics, and should be active sufficiently to contact their supervisors.
The selection process will be conducted on 11.10.2019, so the student need to register yourself until 23:59 on 10.10.2019 on TUWEL.
If there are more than 20 students registered, a selection process will be performed through
(1) the completion of "visualization" and "computer graphics" lectures, and
(2) the grade of the above two lectures.
We will put the final list on TUWEL on 11.10.2019.
If you are NOT registering the "scientific working" seminar, the above constraints are not applied. Please contact us or register directly. We are sorry for this inconvenience and please send us a message through TUWEL or email if you have further questions.
Slides from the initial meeting can be found here.
Goal:The goal of this seminar is to write and present a state of the art report. A member of the teaching staff will guide and help students in acquiring the scientific material and writing the report. The students are also expected to present their work in a talk in front of their peers.
Tasks for the students:Teaching staff will evaluate and grade students based on the following output:
- A list of literature that a student intends to review. This document will be regarded as an official seminar registration of the student.
- Attendance of the lectures "Forschung und wie sie funktioniert" by Professor Eduard Gröller, the lecture "Wie halte ich einen Vortrag" by Professor Werner Purgathofer, and the lecture "Wie schreibt man eine wissenschaftliche Arbeit" by Professor Michael Wimmer. You can ask for a waiver in case you have already attended one of these talks.
- A written state of the art report in the form of a scientific paper. We strongly encourage that the reports are composed in LaTeX. The report must have a minimum of 6 written pages , recommended length is 6-8 pages. The preferred language is English.
- An oral presentation in English followed by a short discussion.
- Active discussion participation is expected after the presentation of other students.
- 1.10.2019-10.10.2019: Confirm your registration on TUWEL.
- 10.10.2019: Initial meeting at 13:00 in Seminarraum FAV 01 C (Seminarraum 188/2) (Favoritenstr. 9-11) (updated). In this meeting the topics and the introduction of the course will be presented.
- 11.10.2019: A selection process (max. 20 students) will be conducted and the final list sent to the central organizer will be announced on TUWEL.
- 21.10.2019: Select a topic on TUWEL.
- 01.11.2019: Submit a list of literature on TUWEL.
- Attend the following lectures (they all take place in the seminar room of the
institute 186 (Favoritenstr. 9-11 / 5.floor):
- 13.11.2019 (Wed), 13:00-15:00 (s.t.): "Wie schreibt man eine wissenschaftliche Arbeit", by Professor Wimmer
- 14.11.2019 (Thu), 13:00-15:00 (s.t.): "Forschung und wie sie funktioniert", by Professor Gröller
- 27.11.2019 (Wed), 13:00-15:00 (s.t.): "Wie halte ich einen Vortrag", by Professor Purgathofer
- 06.12.2019: Submit your report (min. 5 pages and changing format is not allowed).
- 17.12.2019: Submit your presentation slides.
- 18.12.2019, 9:00 - 17:00:The talks will take place in the Seminarraum FAV EG B (Seminarraum von Neumann) (Favoritenstr. 9-11/EG) Presence of the students is mandatory.
- 15.01.2020: Submit your final report.
Grading CriteriaThe seminar is split into two parts. The first (central) part accounts for 17% of the grade. The second part will account for 83% of the grade. The second part (83% of the grade) consists of:
- The quality of the written report: 50%
- The quality of the talk: 40%
- Active discussion participation: 5%
- Attendance during the lectures: 5%
Plagiarism:All the literature that is reviewed during the seminar has to be placed in the reference section of the report. You can have further information about referencing and examples of what is plagiarism here. We are all expected to abide by professional scientific ethics and make sure that the work is not plagiarized in any sense.
- LaTeX template to be used for composing the report
- Libre Office or PowerPoint template for the student presentations
- "Forschung und wie sie funktioniert" (by E. Gröller).
- "Wie schreibt man eine wissenschaftliche Arbeit" (by M. Wimmer).
- "Wie halte ich einen Vortrag" (by W. Purgathofer).
Paper search engines
- Free preprints of published and not (yet) published papers
- The Collection of Computer Science Bibliographies
- ACM Digital Library, SIGGRAPH Proceedings
- IEEE Computer Society Digital Library
Tips for writing papers and preparing presentations
- How to write a scientific paper
- Important Tips for presentation (in German)
- Tips and Suggestions for Presentations
- A not so short introduction to LaTeX
- Netspeak, one word leads to another.
- Thesaurus, an online engine to search thesaurus.
- Editsaurus, a free online grammar and spelling checker
- Grammarly, a free online grammar and spelling checker
- Overleaf, a free online LaTeX editor
- TeXworks, a free cross-platform LaTex package (Linux, MacOS, Windows)
- Tex Live, a free cross-platform LaTex package (Linux, MacOS, Windows)
- LaTeX Workshop, a free plug-in for Visual Studio Code
- MiKTeX, free distribution of LaTeX for Microsoft Windows
- TexnicCenter is an IDE for developing LaTeX documents on Microsoft Windows
- Automated Camera Control
- Summarizing and Exploring Extremely Long Videos
- Abstraction in Visualization
- Molecular Environment Visualization for Virtual Reality
- Text and Image Labeling in AR
- 3D Mesh Unfolding, Origami, and Paper Automata
- Visualization of Bipartite / k-Partite Graphs
- Visually Aided Classification
- Rethinking Medical Visualization
- Visual Analytics for Rendering
- Latent Space Visualization
- Visual Quality Measures
- DSLs in Visualization
- Procedural Animation
- Motion tracking and geometry reconstruction
- Realistic teeth rendering
- Blockchain visualization
- Visualization of neural networks
- Virtual/Augmented Reality Visualization in Material Science
- Comparative Visualization of Polygonal Mesh Datasets