Registration via LPIS
|Wednesday||11/30/22||09:00 AM - 01:00 PM||D5.1.001|
|Wednesday||12/07/22||02:00 PM - 05:30 PM||TC.-1.61|
|Tuesday||12/13/22||02:00 PM - 05:30 PM||TC.3.02|
|Tuesday||12/20/22||09:00 AM - 01:00 PM||TC.4.01|
|Tuesday||01/10/23||02:00 PM - 05:30 PM||TC.-1.61|
|Tuesday||01/17/23||02:00 PM - 05:30 PM||TC.3.02|
|Tuesday||01/24/23||09:00 AM - 03:00 PM||TC.4.01|
This fast-paced class is intended for students interested in scalable handling of big data, understanding legal fundamentals and ethical frameworks in dealing with data in an international context. The course focuses on gaining fundamental knowledge in dealing with large amounts of data and learning about efficient and scalable processing methods. Throughout the course there will be an emphasis on important aspects regarding legal and ethical principals related to data processing and data science.
Students in the course will learn about the scalable handling of big data, understanding legal fundamentals and ethical frameworks in dealing with data in an international context.
- Basic knowledge about different scalable data processing frameworks and paradigms, including:
- The Hadoop ecosystem
- Batch processing with Apache Spark
- Stream processing with Apache Kafka
- Legal and Ethical frameworks
- Codes of Conduct
- Intellectual Property Rights / handling of different licensing schemes
- Legal protection of personal data
- Algorithmic bias
According to the examination regulation full attendance is intended for a PI. Absence in one unit is tolerated if a proper reason is given.
If a student cannot attend a particular class, the student should send an email to the course instructor before the class starts, providing a legitimate justification for their absence.
All students are expected to attend the 1:1 project feedback sessions with the instructors.
The course puts a particular emphasis on in-class discussion and project work.
Project Proposal: 15%
Project: 70% (the project will mainly consist of adaptations and discussion of the practical examples presented in class)
90−100 Sehr gut (Really good) is the best possible grade and indicates outstanding performance with no or only minor errors.
80−89 Gut (Good) is the next-highest grade and is given for performance that is above-average standard but with some errors.
64−79 Befriedigend (Satisfactory) indicates generally sound work with a number of notable errors.
51−63 Genügend (Sufficient) is the lowest passing grade and is given if the standard has been met but with a significant number of shortcomings.
0−50 Nicht genügend (Insufficient) is the lowest possible grade and the only failing grade.
Successful conclusion of the course 1 of SBWL Data Science.
Please be aware that for all courses in this SBWL registration is only possibly for students who successfully have completed the entry course (Einstieg in die SBWL: Data Science).Note that for courses within the SBWL "Data Science" we can only accept students enrolled in one of WU's bachelor programmes who qualify for starting an SBWL; particularly, we cannot accept students from other courses and programmes enrolled at WU as 'Mitbeleger' only.