784 165 Doctoral programme in Social and Economic Sciences Computer Management

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2022W-2023S (2007U)

TitlePrecon.HoursECTS
Doctoral programme in Social and Economic Sciences Computer Management
Änderung auf 784 165 laut Studiendekan Huemer, Redmine: #43492
180.0
Scientific Emphasis
18.0
Wissenschaftliche Vertiefung
SE Seminar für DissertantInnen
2.03.0
185.A24 SE 2022W
Seminar for PhD Students   Distance Learning
Distance Learning: Course is held predominantly online
2.03.0
183.619 SE 2022W
2.03.0
187.A50 SE 2022W
Seminar for PhD Students   Distance Learning
Distance Learning: Course is held predominantly online
2.03.0
192.060 SE 2022W
Seminar for PhD Students   Distance Learning
Distance Learning: Course is held predominantly online
2.03.0
183.304 SE 2023S
Doctoral Seminar   Distance Learning
Distance Learning: Course is held predominantly online
2.03.0
SE Forschungsseminar für DissertantInnen
2.03.0
186.842 SE 2022W
Researchseminar for PhD candidates   Distance Learning
Distance Learning: Course is held predominantly online
2.03.0
2.03.0
SE Literaturseminar für DissertantInnen
2.03.0
SE Seminar for PhDs
2.03.0
SE Research Seminar for Master and PhD students
2.03.0
PV Exclusive Tutorial for PhD Students
2.03.0
VU Open Problems in Computer Vision
2.03.0
SE Dissertantenseminar
2.03.0
VO Introduction to Logical Methods in Computer Science
3.0
SE Research Seminar LogiCS
2.03.0
VU Advanced Topics in Service-Oriented Computing and Cloud Computing
2.03.0
SE Research and Career Planning for Doctoral Students
2.03.0
VU Philosophie of Science
2.03.0
VU Fundamental research methods for doctoral students
2.03.0
VU Advanced Topics in Web of Data
2.03.0
VU Selected Topics in Information Security
3.06.0
VU Dynamic Epistemic Logic
2.03.0
VU Introduction to deontic logic: challenges, formal systems, applications
2.03.0
VU Design of Asynchronous Circuits and Systems
2.03.0
VU Software Testing: From Basic Concepts to Advanced Topics
2.03.0
VU Software Design for Cyber-Physical Systems
2.03.0
VU Verification of Probabilistic Programs
2.03.0
VU AI Policies: The Evolving Legal Domain
2.03.0
VU Defeasible Reasoning
2.03.0
VU Design-for-Trust in VLSI Circuits
2.03.0
Thesis Dissertation
162.0
Final exam Viva Voce Examination
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Distance Learning
Distance Learning: Course is held predominantly online