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05.08.2022

Upcoming Talks

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentations

Network Reconstruction Using Sensitivity Analysis

that will be held by Joshgun Guliyev as his Bachelor's proposal talk, and

Estimation of Demethylation Parameters... Read more

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentations

Network Reconstruction Using Sensitivity Analysis

that will be held by Joshgun Guliyev as his Bachelor's proposal talk, and

Estimation of Demethylation Parameters in Humane Monocytes

that will be held by Ann-Kathrin Thies as her Bachelor's final talk. If you want to refresh your memory about the proposal talk (or you even missed it), you can find the slides under Materials.

The talks will take place on Friday, August 12, 10:00 am (sharp!) in building E1 3 room SR 016.
Please be reminded that participation is mandatory, and if you have an urgent reason not to attend, you need to inform us in advance. Make sure to be on time. Repeatedly missing talks without excuse or showing up late will have consequences. 

 

See you next week

the MoSi-team

10.07.2022

Upcoming Talks

Dear students, 

We will extend Friday's session with another talk. Therefore, we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentations within the seminar

DSMC Evaluation Stages with Dynamic Pseudo Initial State Selection

that will be held by Nicola Müller... Read more

Dear students, 

We will extend Friday's session with another talk. Therefore, we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentations within the seminar

DSMC Evaluation Stages with Dynamic Pseudo Initial State Selection

that will be held by Nicola Müller as his Bachelor's proposal talk, and

Using Reinforcement Learning to solve Quadratic Assignment Problems

that will be held by Tim Göttlicher as his Bachelor's final talk.  If you want to refresh your memory about the proposal talk (or you even missed it), you can find the slides under Materials.

The talks will take place on Friday, July 15, 10:00 am in building E1 3 room SR 016.
Please be reminded that participation is mandatory, and if you have an urgent reason not to attend, you need to inform us in advance. 

 

See you next week

the MoSi-team

08.07.2022

Bachelor's Proposal Nicola Müller

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

DSMC Evaluation Stages with Dynamic Pseudo Initial State Selection

that will be held by Nicola Müller as his Bachelor's proposal talk.

The talk will take place... Read more

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

DSMC Evaluation Stages with Dynamic Pseudo Initial State Selection

that will be held by Nicola Müller as his Bachelor's proposal talk.

The talk will take place on Friday, July 15, 10:00 am in building E1 3 room SR 016.

Please be reminded that participation is mandatory, and if you have an urgent reason not to attend, you need to inform us in advance. 

 

See you next week

the MoSi-team

30.06.2022

Final Talk Christian Closheim

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Dear students,

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Deep Reinforcement Learning with LTL Auxiliary... Read more

*There were problems with the mail server. Please apologize, if you receive this invitation more than once.*
Dear students,

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Deep Reinforcement Learning with LTL Auxiliary Tasks

that will be held by Christian Closheim as his Bachelor's final talk.

If you want to refresh your memory about the proposal talk (or you even missed it) you can find the slides under Materials.

The talk will take place on Monday, July 4 at 10:00 am via zoom. (Please note that this is not the default slot).

 

See you next week

the MoSi-team

28.06.2022

Final Talk Christian Closheim

Dear students,

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Deep Reinforcement Learning with LTL Auxiliary Tasks

that will be held by Christian Closheim as his Bachelor's final talk.

If you want to refresh your memory about... Read more

Dear students,

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Deep Reinforcement Learning with LTL Auxiliary Tasks

that will be held by Christian Closheim as his Bachelor's final talk.

If you want to refresh your memory about the proposal talk (or you even missed it) you can find the slides under Materials.

The talk will take place on Monday, July 4 at 10:00 am via zoom. (Please note that this is not the default slot).

 

See you next week

the MoSi-team

27.06.2022

Proposal Talk Lukas Schaller

Dear students, 

please note that the upcoming talk 

Improving Description-based Q-learning

will after all take place via zoom and not in person. We apologize for the inconvenience.

 

See you on Wednesday

the MoSi-team

20.06.2022

Proposal Talk Lukas Schaller

Dear students, 

unfortunately, we have to postpone the upcoming presentation

Improving Description-based Q-learning

by Lukas Schaller.

Instead, the talk will take place on Wednesday, June 29, at 10:30 am in lecture hall 1 (HS1) building E1.3. Please note... Read more

Dear students, 

unfortunately, we have to postpone the upcoming presentation

Improving Description-based Q-learning

by Lukas Schaller.

Instead, the talk will take place on Wednesday, June 29, at 10:30 am in lecture hall 1 (HS1) building E1.3. Please note that the talk takes place in person and not via zoom. 

 

See you next week

the MoSi-team

15.06.2022

Proposal Talk Lukas Schaller

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Improving Description-based Q-learning

that will be held by Lukas Schaller as his Master's proposal talk.

The talk will take place on Wednesday, June 22, at 10:30... Read more

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Improving Description-based Q-learning

that will be held by Lukas Schaller as his Master's proposal talk.

The talk will take place on Wednesday, June 22, at 10:30 am in lecture hall 1 (HS1) building E1.3. Please note that the talk takes place in person and not via zoom. 

 

See you next week

the MoSi-team

29.04.2022

Proposal Talk Giuliano Rasper

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Towards Undiscounted Q-Learning

that will be held by Guiliano Rasper as his proposal talk.

The talk will take place on Friday, May 6, 02:00 pm via zoom. (Please... Read more

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Towards Undiscounted Q-Learning

that will be held by Guiliano Rasper as his proposal talk.

The talk will take place on Friday, May 6, 02:00 pm via zoom. (Please note that this is not the default slot).
 

See you next week

the MoSi-team

22.04.2022

Master's Final Talk Paula Kramer

Dear students,

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Modeling and Estimating the Time-Wise Development of DNA Methylation Pattern in Naive T-Cells

that will be held by Paula Kramer as her Master's final talk.

The... Read more

Dear students,

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Modeling and Estimating the Time-Wise Development of DNA Methylation Pattern in Naive T-Cells

that will be held by Paula Kramer as her Master's final talk.

The talk will take place on Thursday, April 28, at 10:30 via zoom. (Please note that this is not the default slot).

 

See you next week

the MoSi-team

05.04.2022

Bachelor's Final Talk Yan Yan Lau

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Adapting the Approximate Master Equations for Realistic Epidemic and Network Dynamics

that will be held by Yan Yan Lau as her Bachelor's final talk.

If you want... Read more

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Adapting the Approximate Master Equations for Realistic Epidemic and Network Dynamics

that will be held by Yan Yan Lau as her Bachelor's final talk.

If you want to refresh your memory about the proposal talk (or you even missed it) you can find the slides under Materials.

The talk will take place on Thursday, April 14, 10:15 am via zoom. (Please note that this is not the default slot).
 

See you next week

the MoSi-team

30.03.2022

Masters's Proposal Talk Ilka Kopping

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Comparing Training and Generalization of Several RL Algorithms on the ProcGen Benchmark

that will be held by Ilka Kopping as her Master's proposal talk.

The... Read more

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Comparing Training and Generalization of Several RL Algorithms on the ProcGen Benchmark

that will be held by Ilka Kopping as her Master's proposal talk.

The talk will take place on Friday, April 8, 09:30 am via zoom. (Please note that this is not the default slot).
 

See you next week

the MoSi-team

07.03.2022

Student's working room

Dear students,

We decided to reopen our student’s working room. According to the university’s corona regulations, the following rules must be respected:

  • Only fully vaccinated persons (according to Saarland’s current Covid19 regulation) are allowed to use... Read more

Dear students,

We decided to reopen our student’s working room. According to the university’s corona regulations, the following rules must be respected:

  • Only fully vaccinated persons (according to Saarland’s current Covid19 regulation) are allowed to use the room. The university might have controls, so always have your certificate with you.
  • Keep a minimum distance of 1.5 meters to others at all times.
  • You need to wear a medical mask when moving inside the building or within the room. Additionally, if the minimal distance of 1.5 meters can’t be kept, you also need to wear a medical mask. You can take off your mask when working at your assigned desk.
  • Each day that you visit the student’s working room, please mark your presence in the list that is placed in the kitchen.

If you want to use the room and no desk was assigned to you yet, please contact our group seminar admin. If you have an assigned desk but stopped using it, please also let us know.

We are looking forward to meeting you more often in person.

the MoSi-team

27.02.2022

Bachelor's Proposal Talk Tim Göttlicher

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Using Reinforcement Learning to solve Quadratic Assignment Problems

that will be held by Tim Göttlicher as his Bachelor's proposal talk.

The talk will take place... Read more

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Using Reinforcement Learning to solve Quadratic Assignment Problems

that will be held by Tim Göttlicher as his Bachelor's proposal talk.

The talk will take place on Friday, March 4, at 12:00 pm and, as usual, will be hosted via zoom

Please be reminded that participation is mandatory, and if you have an urgent reason not to attend, you need to inform us in advance. 

See you next week

the MoSi-team

11.02.2022

Bachelor's Talks

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentations within the seminar

Bayesian Deep Q-Networks: Automatic Learning of Exploration-Exploitation Trade-off

that will be held by Burak Venedik as his Bachelor's proposal talk, and

... Read more

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentations within the seminar

Bayesian Deep Q-Networks: Automatic Learning of Exploration-Exploitation Trade-off

that will be held by Burak Venedik as his Bachelor's proposal talk, and

Estimation of Demethylation Parameters in Human Monocytes

that will be held by Ann-Kathrin Thies as her Bachelor's proposal talk. 

The first talk will take place on Friday, February 18, at 11:00 am. After a lunch break, the second talk will take place at 1 pm. The talks are still hosted via zoom

Please be reminded that participation is mandatory, and if you have an urgent reason not to attend, you need to inform us in advance. 

See you next week

the MoSi-team

31.01.2022

Bachelor's Proposal Talk Yan Yan Lau

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Beyond the AME: Approximating Epidemic Dynamics on Adaptive Networks

that will be held by Yan Yan Lau as his Bachelor's proposal talk.

The talk will take place... Read more

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Beyond the AME: Approximating Epidemic Dynamics on Adaptive Networks

that will be held by Yan Yan Lau as his Bachelor's proposal talk.

The talk will take place on Monday, February 7, 10:00 am via zoom. (Please note that this is not the default slot).

Please be reminded that participation is mandatory, and if you have an urgent reason not to attend, you need to inform us in advance. 

 

See you next week

the MoSi-team

27.01.2022

Group Seminar Coffee Meeting

Dear Students, 
the exchange of bachelor and master students is an essential part of your thesis. Sadly, the current situation of the pandemics harshly restricts said exchange. 
Therefore, to help you and your fellow students to connect and help each other, we... Read more

Dear Students, 
the exchange of bachelor and master students is an essential part of your thesis. Sadly, the current situation of the pandemics harshly restricts said exchange. 
Therefore, to help you and your fellow students to connect and help each other, we introduce the group seminar coffee meeting. 

This coffee meeting will take place twice per week, Monday and Thursday at 9 am. In each meeting, one of you may loosely report about the current work and also about arising problems.

The first coffee meeting will take place on Monday (31.01.22) via zoom. See you then.

the MoSi-team

07.01.2022

Former Students

Dear students, 

some of you already finished your thesis (and also held their final talk). Thus, we will remove those students from the group seminar. If you are still interested in receiving the talks' invitations, please let us know until January 12. 

We... Read more

Dear students, 

some of you already finished your thesis (and also held their final talk). Thus, we will remove those students from the group seminar. If you are still interested in receiving the talks' invitations, please let us know until January 12. 

We will clean up the list of participants on January 13. 

 

Best,

the MoSi-team

06.01.2022

Bachelor's Proposal Talk Christian Closheim

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Deep Reinforcement Learning wIth LTL Auxiliary Tasks

that will be held by Christian Closheim as his Bachelor's proposal talk.

The talk will take place on Friday,... Read more

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Deep Reinforcement Learning wIth LTL Auxiliary Tasks

that will be held by Christian Closheim as his Bachelor's proposal talk.

The talk will take place on Friday, January 14, 10:00 am via zoom.

 

See you next week

the MoSi-team

30.11.2021

Students Working Room

Dear students, 

due to the ongoing pandemic situation, we are forced to close the student's working room (3.23). From tomorrow on, please don't use the room anymore until further notice. We recommend working from home as much as possible. 

Of course, your... Read more

Dear students, 

due to the ongoing pandemic situation, we are forced to close the student's working room (3.23). From tomorrow on, please don't use the room anymore until further notice. We recommend working from home as much as possible. 

Of course, your advisor is still available for online meetings. 

 

Best, 

the MoSi-team

 

15.11.2021

Poetry Talk Wednesday

Dear students, 

due to the changing pandemic situation, we decided to have the poetry talk via zoom only (still 9:00 am). 

We will still have the talk rather practical, so be ready for some hands-on experience. Of course, we will still be available for... Read more

Dear students, 

due to the changing pandemic situation, we decided to have the poetry talk via zoom only (still 9:00 am). 

We will still have the talk rather practical, so be ready for some hands-on experience. Of course, we will still be available for questioning.

 

Best, 

the MoSi-team

10.11.2021

Poetry - PYTHON PACKAGING AND DEPENDENCY MANAGEMENT MADE EASY

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Poetry - PYTHON PACKAGING AND DEPENDENCY MANAGEMENT MADE EASY

that will be held by Joschka and Timo.

In the talk, we will present a tool to organize your Python... Read more

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Poetry - PYTHON PACKAGING AND DEPENDENCY MANAGEMENT MADE EASY

that will be held by Joschka and Timo.

In the talk, we will present a tool to organize your Python Packages. We already announced this package presentation last week.

The talk will take place on Wednesday, November 17, at 9:00 am in room 328, building E1.3. (Please note that this is not the default slot). The talk will take place under the current university participation rules ("3G"). Please register for the talk until Monday, November 15, on your Personal Status page. If you can't attend physically but wish to attend virtually or you can't participate at all, please contact us in advance. 

This will be a rather practical talk, so please bring your notebook with you.

This talk will, of course, be counted for the needed talk attendance of your BA/MA seminar. 

 

See you next week

the MoSi-team

26.10.2021

RLMate - Making Your Life Easier

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

RLMate - Making Your Life Easier

that will be held by Joschka and Timo.

In the talk, we will present a Python package that provides functionality often needed for... Read more

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

RLMate - Making Your Life Easier

that will be held by Joschka and Timo.

In the talk, we will present a Python package that provides functionality often needed for tasks linked to Reinforcement Learning, but can also be used in other settings. 

The talk will take place on Wednesday, November 3, 9:00 am in room 328 building E1.3. (Please note that this is not the default slot). The talk will take place under the current university participation rules ("3G"). Please register for the talk until Monday, November first, on your Personal Status page. If you can't attend physically but wish to attend virtually or you can't participate at all, please contact us in advance. 

This talk will of course be counted for the needed talk attendance of your BA/MA seminar. 

 

See you next week

the MoSi-team

29.07.2021

Master's Final Talk Andreas Bies

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

State Space Aggregation of CTMCs for Stationary Distribution Approximation

that will be held by Andreas Bies as his Master's final talk.

If you want to refresh... Read more

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

State Space Aggregation of CTMCs for Stationary Distribution Approximation

that will be held by Andreas Bies as his Master's final talk.

If you want to refresh your memory about the proposal talk (or you even missed it) you can find the slides under Materials.

The talk will take place on Wednesday, August 4, 10:00 am via zoom. (Please note that this is not the default slot).

 

See you next week

the MoSi-team

22.07.2021

Bachelor's Proposal Talk Tristan Schneider

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Motion Primitives for Motion Planning with Reinforcement Learning

that will be held by Tristan Schneider as his Bachelor's proposal talk.

The talk will take place... Read more

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Motion Primitives for Motion Planning with Reinforcement Learning

that will be held by Tristan Schneider as his Bachelor's proposal talk.

The talk will take place on Wednesday, June 28, 2:00 pm via MS Teams. (Please note that this is not the default slot!)

 

As Tristan is working on a project across two chairs, his talk will be part of the group seminar of the Modeling and Simulation chair of Kathrin Flaßkamp. The meeting link will be provided on time. 

 

See you next week

the MoSi-team

12.07.2021

Master's Final Talk Joschka Groß

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Using Deep Reinforcement Learning to Optimize Assignment Problems

that will be held by Joschka Groß as his Master's final talk.

The talk will take place... Read more

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Using Deep Reinforcement Learning to Optimize Assignment Problems

that will be held by Joschka Groß as his Master's final talk.

The talk will take place on Wednesday, July 14, 9:00 am via zoom. (Please note that this is not the default slot!)

 

See you on Wednesday

the MoSi-team

14.06.2021

Master's Proposal Talk Paula Kramer

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Modeling DNA Methylation Patterns in Naive T-Cells

that will be held by Paula Kramer as her Masters's proposal talk.

The talk will take place on Friday, June 18,... Read more

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Modeling DNA Methylation Patterns in Naive T-Cells

that will be held by Paula Kramer as her Masters's proposal talk.

The talk will take place on Friday, June 18, 11:30 am via zoom. (Please note that this is not the default slot!)

 

See you next week

the MoSi-team

12.05.2021

Bachelor's Final Talk Julian Zimmerlin

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Learning Dynamical Processes to Infer the Underlying Network Structure

that will be held by Julian Zimmerlin as his Bachelor's final talk.

The talk will take... Read more

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Learning Dynamical Processes to Infer the Underlying Network Structure

that will be held by Julian Zimmerlin as his Bachelor's final talk.

The talk will take place on Thursday, May 20, 2:30 pm via zoom. (Please note that this is not the default slot!)

 

See you next week

the MoSi-team

06.05.2021

Master's Final Talk Timo P. Gros

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Tracking the Race: Analyzing Racetrack Agents Trained with Imitation Learning and Deep Reinforcement Learning

that will be held by Timo P. Gros as his Masters's... Read more

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Tracking the Race: Analyzing Racetrack Agents Trained with Imitation Learning and Deep Reinforcement Learning

that will be held by Timo P. Gros as his Masters's final talk.

The talk will take place on Friday, May 14, 09:00 am via zoom. (Please note that this is not the default slot!)

 

See you next week

the MoSi-team

10.03.2021

Former Students

Dear students, 

some of you already finished your thesis (and also held their final talk). Thus, we will remove those students from the group seminar. If you are still interested in receiving the talks' invitations, please let us know until March 17. 

We will... Read more

Dear students, 

some of you already finished your thesis (and also held their final talk). Thus, we will remove those students from the group seminar. If you are still interested in receiving the talks' invitations, please let us know until March 17. 

We will clean-up the list of participants on March 18. 

 

Best,

the MoSi-team

09.03.2021

Master's Final Talk Jannis Roth

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Optimize a Run Around Coil System with Linear Programs

that will be held by Jannis Roth as his Masters's final talk.

If you want to refresh your memory about... Read more

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Optimize a Run Around Coil System with Linear Programs

that will be held by Jannis Roth as his Masters's final talk.

If you want to refresh your memory about the proposal talk (or you even missed it) you can find the slides under Materials.

The talk will take place on Friday, March 19, 11:00 am via zoom. (Please note that this is not the default slot!)

 

See you next week

the MoSi-team

05.02.2021

Master's Final Talk Stefan Bier

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Sensitivity Analysis and Parameter Estimation for a Fuel Cell Corrosion Model

that will be held by Stefan Bier as his Master's final talk.

If you want to refresh... Read more

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Sensitivity Analysis and Parameter Estimation for a Fuel Cell Corrosion Model

that will be held by Stefan Bier as his Master's final talk.

If you want to refresh your memory about the proposal talk (or you even missed it) you can find the slides under Materials.

The talk will take place on Friday, February 12, 10:00 am via zoom

 

See you next week

the MoSi-team

15.01.2021

Bachelor's Final Talk Luis Paulus

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Mapping Instructions to Ports: A Reinforcement Curriculum Learning Approach

that will be held by Luis Paulus as his Bachelor's final talk.

If you want to refresh... Read more

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Mapping Instructions to Ports: A Reinforcement Curriculum Learning Approach

that will be held by Luis Paulus as his Bachelor's final talk.

If you want to refresh your memory about the proposal talk (or you even missed it) you can find the slides under Materials.

The talk will take place on Friday, January 22, 10:00 am via zoom

 

See you next week

the MoSi-team

11.01.2021

Bachelor's Final Talk Roman Joeres

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Multiple Sequence Alignment Using Deep Reinforcement Learning

that will be held by Roman Joeres as his Bachelor's final talk.

If you want to refresh your memory... Read more

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Multiple Sequence Alignment Using Deep Reinforcement Learning

that will be held by Roman Joeres as his Bachelor's final talk.

If you want to refresh your memory about the proposal talk (or you even missed it) you can find the slides under Materials.

The talk will take place on Tuesday, January 19, 9:00 am via zoom. (Please note that this is not the default slot!)

 

See you next week

the MoSi-team

18.12.2020

Meeting today

Dear students, 

 

for unknown reasons, the old link seems to be broken. Please use this one

 

See you in two minutes. 

02.12.2020

Bachelor Proposal Talk Julian Zimmerlin

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Model-free Network Reconstruction

that will be held by Julian Zimmerlin as his Bachelor's proposal talk.

The talk will take place on Friday, December 18,... Read more

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Model-free Network Reconstruction

that will be held by Julian Zimmerlin as his Bachelor's proposal talk.

The talk will take place on Friday, December 18, 11:00 am via zoom.

 

See you in two weeks

the MoSi-team

11.11.2020

Virtual Office

Dear students, 

 

we build ourselves a digital office. You can find it here https://gather.town/app/tOdDWZR6K4E4MHTR/MoSi

This is a so-called gather and should simplify interaction. It works as follows:

  • Moving in gather can be done by using the arrow... Read more

Dear students, 

 

we build ourselves a digital office. You can find it here https://gather.town/app/tOdDWZR6K4E4MHTR/MoSi

This is a so-called gather and should simplify interaction. It works as follows:

  • Moving in gather can be done by using the arrow keys. Talking to others is only enabled to persons who are virtually near you!
  • Interacting with whiteboards, documents, etc can be done via the X – key. 
  • All Offices are private spaces. That means within an office, one can always hear all other users within that office, independent of the distance within that room, but no users outside from the office (and vice versa). 
  • All meeting tables (blue) are also private spaces. 
  • In the Students working room is the area exactly in front of each table a private room. 
  • The red-colored rooms/area are zoom tables and enable a seamless connection to a Zoom meeting (which generally has a better audio and video quality).

We try to follow this working procedure:

  • While we are working at home, we are online in the gather. When not working actively in the gather, one can of course deactivate microphone and camera. 
  • When we are actively working (e.g. reading, implementing…) the availability is set to green or yellow (basically the same, just different behavior considering camera/microphone)
  • If we are not available for a short period of time, e.g. coffee break, we set the availability to red. Thus, the others now that the person is not here. 
  • If we are gone for a longer time (e.g. lecture, external zoom-meeting, private appointment), we just log out of the gather – like in reality, the person is just not here. 
  • On every used desk (for students as soon as they claimed one) is placed a document. When someone wants to talk to you when you were not available, they can leave a note. Or vice versa – you can leave a note when you’ll be back etc. 

We are hoping to simulate a pre-pandemic everyday working environment. We encourage you to use the gather, especially to communicate with your fellow students. 

 

See you at gather!

13.10.2020

Bachelor Final Talk Lisa Heidmann

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Effects of Interventions on the COVID-19 Outbreak: A Network-based Approach

that will be held by Lisa Heidmann as her Bachelor final talk.

If you want to refresh... Read more

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Effects of Interventions on the COVID-19 Outbreak: A Network-based Approach

that will be held by Lisa Heidmann as her Bachelor final talk.

If you want to refresh your memory about the proposal talk (or you even missed it) you can find the slides under Materials.

The talk will take place on Friday, October 23, 10:00 am via zoom.

 

See you next week

the MoSi-team

21.09.2020

Master Proposal Talk Joschka Groß

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Using Deep Reinforcement Learning to Optimize Assignment Problems

that will be held by Joschka Groß as his Master final talk.

The talk will take place on Tuesday,... Read more

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Using Deep Reinforcement Learning to Optimize Assignment Problems

that will be held by Joschka Groß as his Master final talk.

The talk will take place on Tuesday, September 29, 9:00 am via zoom. (Please note that this is not the default slot!)

 

See you next week

the MoSi-team

 

07.09.2020

Bachelor Final Talk Jeremias Wagner

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Deep Reinforcement Learning to Battle Snake

that will be held by Jeremias Wagner as his Bachelor final talk.

If you want to refresh your memory about the proposal... Read more

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Deep Reinforcement Learning to Battle Snake

that will be held by Jeremias Wagner as his Bachelor final talk.

If you want to refresh your memory about the proposal talk (or you even missed it) you can find the slides under Materials.

The talk will take place on Tuesday, September 15, 10:00 am via zoom. (Please note that this is not the default slot!)

 

See you next week

the MoSi-team

20.08.2020

Upcoming Talks

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentations within the seminar

Explainable Classification for an Application System​

that will be held by Paul Krieger as his Bachelor final talk, and 

Partitioning the State Space of CTMCs... Read more

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentations within the seminar

Explainable Classification for an Application System​

that will be held by Paul Krieger as his Bachelor final talk, and 

Partitioning the State Space of CTMCs for Stationary State Approximation​

that will be held by Andreas Bies as his Master proposal talk. 

If you want to refresh your memory about the Explainable Classification for an Application System proposal talk (or you even missed it) you can find the slides under Materials.

The talks will take place on Friday, August 28, 10:00 am via zoom

 

See you next week

the MoSi-team

 

 

20.08.2020

Changes Group Seminar Regulations

Dear students, 

we updated our group seminar regulations with respect to the examination regulations. 

In particular, we changed the duration of the talks and introduced a mandatory proposal paper. The changes apply to future but not the past... Read more

Dear students, 

we updated our group seminar regulations with respect to the examination regulations. 

In particular, we changed the duration of the talks and introduced a mandatory proposal paper. The changes apply to future but not the past talks. 

 

Best regards,

the MoSi-team

10.07.2020

Bachelor Proposal Talk Luis Paulus

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Reinforcement Learning for Port Mappings

that will be held by Luis Paulus as his Bachelor proposal talk. 

The talk will take place on Friday, July 17,... Read more

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Reinforcement Learning for Port Mappings

that will be held by Luis Paulus as his Bachelor proposal talk. 

The talk will take place on Friday, July 17, 10:00 am via zoom


See you next week

the MoSi-team

 

19.06.2020

Bachelor Proposal Talk Lisa Heidmann

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Effects of Interventions on the Covid-19 Outbreak: A Network-based Approach​

that will be held by Lisa Heidmann as her Bachelor proposal talk. 

The talk will take... Read more

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Effects of Interventions on the Covid-19 Outbreak: A Network-based Approach​

that will be held by Lisa Heidmann as her Bachelor proposal talk. 

The talk will take place on Friday, June 26, 10:00 am via zoom


See you next week

the MoSi-team

12.06.2020

New Link for Todays Master Talk

Dear students, 

the old link was broken, please use this one. 

 

05.06.2020

Master Proposal Talk Jannis Roth

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Optimize a Run Around Coil System with Linear Programs

 

that will be held by Jannis Roth as his Master proposal talk. 

The talk will take place on Friday,... Read more

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Optimize a Run Around Coil System with Linear Programs

 

that will be held by Jannis Roth as his Master proposal talk. 

The talk will take place on Friday, June 12, 10:00 am via zoom

 


See you next week

the MoSi-team

26.05.2020

Master Proposal Talk Hendrik Meerkamp

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Improvement of Reinforcement Learning Through Statistical Model Checking Feedback Loop​ ​

 

that will be held by Hendrik Meerkamp as his Master proposal... Read more

Dear students, 

we would like to invite you to the upcoming presentation within the seminar

Improvement of Reinforcement Learning Through Statistical Model Checking Feedback Loop​ ​

 

that will be held by Hendrik Meerkamp as his Master proposal talk. 

The talk will take place on Tuesday, June 2, 4:15 pm via zoom

As Hendrik Meerkamp is working an a project across two chairs, this talk will be part of the group seminar of the Foundations of Artificial Intelligence group. 


See you next week

the MoSi-team

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Group Seminar

This is the site containing all information about the Bachelor/Master seminar of the Modeling and Simulation group. 

We will add upcoming talks and also notify you as soon as a new talk is scheduled. The current default slot is Friday, 10 am. 

Law and Order

To pass the seminar, you have to attend at least six talks. As long as you are working on your thesis, we assume that you attend all talks. If you have an urgent reason for not attending, please let us know in advance. Shortly after your proposal talk, you have to register your thesis. 


Proposal Talk

Your proposal talk will be held as soon as you accomplished the first insights/results of your topic. It should last about 25 minutes and include

  • the most important basics of your topic, 

  • the most important algorithms/theoretical approaches you plan to use, 

  • a short glimpse of your work/your first results.

This proposal talk will be graded as your Bachelor/Master seminar. In addition to the talk, you need to submit a proposal paper. 

Proposal Paper

Unless otherwise agreed, this proposal paper is due on the same day of your presentation. The proposal paper should cover a short introduction into your topic, including its research background. Your paper should:

  • Contain a description of your problem.

  • Include a discussion of related work. 

  • Sketch what you plan to work on. 

  • Especially state, what your thesis will cover and what not.

Final Talk/Colloquiums Talk

Your final talk will be held as soon as you finished writing your thesis. It should last about 30 minutes and include

  • a short summary about the basics/algorithms/theoretical approaches that you used,

  • a detailed description of what you have done,

  • a detailed presentation of your results.

This final talk will be your Bachelor/Master thesis colloquium.


Further Conditions:

  • Unless otherwise agreed, you must send a first version of your slides to your supervisor one week before your talk at the latest. If you wish to receive detailed feedback, we advise you to do that even earlier. 

  • After your talk, you must send the final version of your slides to your supervisor. The slides will then be published under materials for your fellow students. 

Contact:

​If you want to schedule your talk or want to be added to the course, please contact our group seminar admin

 

 



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