IT-Security (Master)

CS 716 | English

  • Organizer: Prof. Dr. Frederik Armknecht, Youzhe Heng
  • Target audience: Master students, no special requirements.
  • Language: English
  • Mode: One talk per week (~60 minutes) plus discussion.
  • Day & Time: Thursdays, 1015h – 1145h
  • Location: A 104, B6 26 
  • ILIAS-Webseite: will be updated 

Kick-Off Meeting

On 2023-09-07 there will be a kick-off meeting at 1015h in room A 104, B6 26 covering all important aspects regarding the procedure. 


An extensive list of possible topics can be found here. In addition, you can propose your own topics.


All times are local times. Last updated on: 2023-09-03
2023-09-071015h – 1145hA 104Kick-offArmknecht
2023-09-15EODPortal2De-registration deadlineAll Students
2023-09-18EODE-MailTopic and date requests deadlineAll Students
2023-09-21EODE-MailConfirmation of topics and datesArmknecht
2023-10-191015h – 1145hA 104Talk 1Student 1
2023-10-261015h – 1145hA 104Talk 2Student 2
2023-11-021015h – 1145hA 104Talk 3Student 3
2023-11-091015h – 1145hA 104Talk 4Student 4
2023-11-161015h – 1145hA 104Talk 5Student 5
2023-11-231015h – 1145hA 104Talk 6Student 6
2023-11-301015h – 1145hA 104Talk 7Student 7
2023-12-071015h – 1145hA 104Talk 8Student 8


Talk: A talk lasts exactly 60 minutes.

Handout: The handout should be concise and informative; no longer than 6 pages.

Longer talks: If you anticipate to need more than 60 minutes, e.g. for demonstrations, talk with us and we can probably accomodate that.

Early feedback: If you would like to receive feedback on your presentation before your talk, please send us your slides by e-mail no later than one week before your presentation date.

Submission: You must submit the slides of your presentation and your handout (PDF, alternatively PowerPoint and Word) no later than the day of your presentation, before your talk. Please upload both to the talks wiki in our ILIAS course.

Grading: The focus of the seminar is on the induction and presentation of the given topic/material. This includes content as well as form and presentation style as well as the handout. The final grade is calculated as follows:

  • Talk: 80 %
  • Handout: 20 %