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13.01.2020

Everybody is registered

Good news: The examination office made an exception and also registered the belated students who forgot to register in time. 

08.01.2020

Official POSER Registration

Dear Students,

happy new year to all of you!

In order to receive a grade at the end of the semester, you have to be officially registered in LSF (the deadline, as stated on the CMS POSER website was Nov 25)

It seems some people are not registered. I talked... Read more

Dear Students,

happy new year to all of you!

In order to receive a grade at the end of the semester, you have to be officially registered in LSF (the deadline, as stated on the CMS POSER website was Nov 25)

It seems some people are not registered. I talked to the examination office and they will make an exception. But we have to hurry: Please add your details in the following spreadsheet:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1GTgzolXg-g-L8r7FItwCrg4xIisy7fRRYuvowUC0NA4/edit?usp=sharing

until Friday 13:00

 

Thanks,
Stefan

16.12.2019

Slides of last Talk (Jilles Vreeken) online

The slides of the last Faculty Talk by Prof. Jilles Vreeken are now online. (see link in the title of his slot)

20.11.2019

Feedback: Talk #1

Dear students,

I wanted to give you some feedback on today's talk so that you know how I judge the quality and it's easier to judge for you what is good and what is bad. 

First, a big shout-out to the first team as they couldn't use the opportunity to watch... Read more

Dear students,

I wanted to give you some feedback on today's talk so that you know how I judge the quality and it's easier to judge for you what is good and what is bad. 

First, a big shout-out to the first team as they couldn't use the opportunity to watch another group make mistakes and they were moving in unchartered waters.

My assessment:

Overall, I think the self-set goal of the setting (car managers) was well implemented and reflected in the pitch itself. The gimmicks like business cards, the anecdote in the beginning and the pamphlet you threw on the table were fitting for that scenario. They show that you put thought in your pitch design. Well done!

However, there were also a few things that can be improved and that the next teams should avoid. This time, because you were first, I ignored them ;-)

  • the overall tone was high-level marketing without substantial evidence to back them up: e.g., "we're the best out there" is something everybody could say. You were allowed to make up your idea and your progress, so you could have just pretended to have performed better than a competitor. For example, include a table that shows who else is in that market and choose realistic features to compare yourself with them. Be honest about them, so it's not necessary to be better in all categories in that comparison
  • some managers (as they were the fictive target audience) might have been offended by the bullish and partly arrogant confidence in your product. Confidence is very necessary but should be conveyed through rational arguments such as statistics, comparisons, user studies or simply customers that you already have

 

Best,

Stefan

06.11.2019

Topic Assignment

You've been assigned to the following topics:

  • The matriculation numbers in red already start today. Your turn is next week. 
  • One team consists of three members
  • Sven's topic has two teams because more students wanted to present
Topic ... Read more

You've been assigned to the following topics:

  • The matriculation numbers in red already start today. Your turn is next week. 
  • One team consists of three members
  • Sven's topic has two teams because more students wanted to present
Topic Matriculation Number
Stefan
Making Embedded Systems in Cars Ready for the Future
2581237
2581419

Katharina

Usable Security Challenges in the Internet of Things

 
2570621
2568326
2577211

Sven

Two-Factor-Authentication (2FA)

 
2572633
2572633

Sven

Two-Factor-Authentication (2FA)

 
2565064
2581749

Jilles

Determining Fairness of Automated Decisions

 
2581838
2581618

Christian

Generic Methods to Detect Malicious Intent

 
2565209
2553458

Nils

Securing Legacy Industrial Control Systems

 
2581724
2558867

 

04.11.2019

Topic Selection

Dear students,

finally, I have received feedback from all people who will present and the topics are up for selection.

  1. Have a look at all the topics on the CMS website (Faculty research only)
  2. Think about which ones you like and want to present in the week... Read more

Dear students,

finally, I have received feedback from all people who will present and the topics are up for selection.

  1. Have a look at all the topics on the CMS website (Faculty research only)
  2. Think about which ones you like and want to present in the week following that topic
  3. Please enter your preference until tomorrow Nov 05, 23:59
  4. You'll get the assignment on Wednesday before the noon

You'll be assigned in groups. If you want to work with somebody in particular, please enter that Name in the link above and make sure to choose exact same preferences (otherwise it becomes unsolvable).

Apologies for the short call for action, but I didn't receive feedback earlier.

01.11.2019

Slides available - Topic selection soon

Hi there,

the slides from the kick-off yesterday are available. I'm still waiting for feedback from Faculty and speakers to confirm their topics, then I will start the topic selection. 

Best,
Stefan

30.10.2019

POSER will be in room 0.07

The first POSER interactive lecture will take place 16:00 today in room 0.07 (glass meeting room behind staircase) in the CISPA building.

I want to encourage close interaction and hence I chose a meeting room with a big round table instead of the lecture hall. We... Read more

The first POSER interactive lecture will take place 16:00 today in room 0.07 (glass meeting room behind staircase) in the CISPA building.

I want to encourage close interaction and hence I chose a meeting room with a big round table instead of the lecture hall. We should all fit in there. 

See you soon!

23.10.2019

1st Lecture next Wednesday (Oct 30)

Dear students,

the first lecture will take place next Wednesday from 16:00 to 17:30. Please have a look at the format of the lecture here:

https://cms.cispa.saarland/poser

On Oct 30, we will also publish the upcoming topics of which you need to choose one.... Read more

Dear students,

the first lecture will take place next Wednesday from 16:00 to 17:30. Please have a look at the format of the lecture here:

https://cms.cispa.saarland/poser

On Oct 30, we will also publish the upcoming topics of which you need to choose one. The dates and people are however not fixed yet as I'm still waiting for replies from external speakers (entrepreneurs, founders, ...).

See you next week!



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