|Reader:||Prof. Dr. Burkhard Stiller|
|Assistants:||Muriel Franco, Christian Killer, Sina Rafati, Bruno Rodrigues, Eder Scheid, Dr. Eryk Schiller|
|Credits:||2 SWS, BSc, MSc|
|Majors:||WI, SoSy, MMCS|
|Introduction and hand-out of topics:||17.09.2020, 12:15-13:45.|
|Remote Seminar:||Webex telco - link provided by a personal e-mail|
|AP (ECTS):||3 (including a mark)|
This class will be held on-line. A Webex (videoconferencing tool) link will be shared for the class by e-mail to those students, who did register formally by September 10, 2020 with the UZH module booking tool. There will be one link valid for the first week only (September 16-17, 2020) and one different link for all other weeks following in term. The exercise classes will follow the same organization and use the same link provided to all students, who have had registered
For all students, who plan to attend, but have not yet registered, please (a) send an e-mail to the assistants of this class (see above) from their UZH e-mail address and inform them about your participation plans such that you can be added to the class and (b) do register with the UZH module booking system afterwards.
Note that you need to mail from and read your UZH mail account to make these steps successful. Additionally, this information will reach you on your UZH mail address, too. Thanks.
The content of this seminar will address very current topics and questions on the Internet Economics - covering technical and economic aspects always in an inherent manner. The dedicated topics will be announced during the kick-off meeting for all people interested. They will most likely include security, charging, regulation, communications, incentives, P2P systems, and decentralized systems aspects
The knowledge of communications (Internet, telecommunications) is important and economic background would be very good, but not essential.
Literature will be offered as a kick-start within the kick-off meeting, further literature study is a must! Depending on the number of interested students, the seminar will be run as one person/one report and presentation manner or with a two persons/one report and presentation manner.
This seminar addresses the integration of technical and economic into a
homogeneous overall systems and its application in today's economy. This
determines the key content goal.
In terms of a seminar and didactic school, the seminar report, presentation, and discussion determines the second goal. Thus, all these three areas will be guided by local supervisor, which will result in a basic and small research work.
The final marking of this seminar will embrace a pre-step on scientific work and research documentations. Content (technology and economics) and its homogeneous integration are of importance.
Detailed information on the timing and organizing (including seminar organization information and important material, such as the template for the written seminar report) and on the seminar's report can be accessed within the respective Web pages.