Teaching & Students

Courses

Current Courses (Summer Term 2022)

Title Type Semester
PhD-Seminar: Computational Life Sciences
Responsible: Dr. Karsten Klein , Prof. Dr. Falk Schreiber
Executed by: Prof. Dr. Falk Schreiber
Doctoral student seminar WS 2022
Network Visualisation
Responsible: Dr. Karsten Klein
Lecture WS 2022
Network Visualisation (Exercise)
Responsible: Dr. Karsten Klein
Exercise WS 2022
Bachelor's Project Life Science Informatics
Responsible: Prof. Dr. Falk Schreiber
Project WS 2022
Master's Project Life Science Informatics
Responsible: Prof. Dr. Falk Schreiber
Project WS 2022
Concept of an Exhibition
Responsible: Prof. Dr. Harald Reiterer , Prof. Eberhard Schlag , Prof. Dr. Falk Schreiber
Executed by: Daniel Fink , Prof. Dr. Harald Reiterer , Prof. Eberhard Schlag , Prof. Dr. Falk Schreiber , Jonathan Wieland
Directed Studies WS 2022
Seminar Life Science Informatics
Responsible: Prof. Dr. Falk Schreiber
Executed by: Prof. Dr. Falk Schreiber
Seminar WS 2022
Immersive Analytics with Applications in the Life Sciences
Responsible: Dr. Karsten Klein , Prof. Dr. Falk Schreiber
Executed by: Dr. Karsten Klein
Directed Studies WS 2022
Immersive Analytics with Applications in the Life Sciences (Exercise)
Responsible: Dr. Karsten Klein , Prof. Dr. Falk Schreiber
Exercise WS 2022
Petri Nets and Applications in Life Sciences
Responsible: Prof. Dr. Falk Schreiber
Lecture WS 2022
Petri Nets and Applications in Life Sciences (Exercise)
Responsible: Prof. Dr. Falk Schreiber
Exercise WS 2022

 

Student Projects

If you are  interested in Bachelor/Master projects or  thesis topics please contact any group member or Prof. Dr. Falk Schreiber. We have a range of potential projects related to our research topics and are always open to suggestions for new topics. In addition, we offer interdisciplinary projects together with colleagues from Biology and Chemistry for students from the life sciences who have a strong interest in computational and/or modelling approaches.

 

International

Japan

A cooperation agreement between the NII (Tokyo) and the Department of Computer and Information Science at the University of Konstanz allows students from Konstanz to conduct research in Tokyo and vice versa. This cooperation agreement offers students at the University of Konstanz a great opportunity to get involved in international research and allows to experience an exciting culture, country and the world’s most populous metropolis. The duration of the research internships can be from 2 months up to 6 months. During this time, students work on assigned projects in collaboration with their supervisor in Konstanz and a supervisor at the NII. In agreement with their supervisor in Konstanz, students may work on their own research topics, for instance, as part of their master project & thesis, while profiting from the academic and scientific environment at the NII. Interns receive a monthly compensation of 171,000 JPY (approx. 1,400 Euro), which is sufficient to cover the living expenses in Tokyo. In addition to the highly professional and inspiring research environment at the NII, interns will find sufficient time to discover the Japanese culture and the country on weekends and public holidays. If you are interested in such an exchange, please contact us.

Australia

Our group collaborates with researchers at several universities in Australia. There is no formal cooperation agreement yet, however, students from Konstanz have conducted research at Monash University (Melbourne) and vice versa. The duration of the research internships can be from 2 months up to 6 months. During this time, students work on assigned projects in collaboration with a supervisor at the Australian university and our group. This may be also their own research topics, for example, as part of their master project & thesis. This offers students at the University of Konstanz a great opportunity to get involved in international research and allows to experience the  exciting Australian country and culture, as well as a great city. If you are interested in such an exchange, please contact us.