CSCUBS is organized by PhD- and MSc-Students and aims to promote research in computer science and scientific exchange among students. The participation of researchers and practitioners of the field is also encouraged.The 5th Computer Science Conference for University of Bonn Students (CSCUBS):
The 5th Conference will be held on May 16, 2018 (Dies Academicus) at the University of Bonn. CSCUBS intends to provide the ability to connect with each other and engage in discussions about the participants’ respective research and development, and also to establish opportunities for knowledge and technology sharing. Submissions to CSCUBS should describe new research or development related to Computer Science, including University projects, theses, and outcomes of other professional or leisure activities.
We welcome submissions from all areas of Computer Science (in English or German). Prizes and awards:
General Chair: Hajira Jabeen
Program Chair: Diego Esteves, Afshin Sadeghi
We welcome submissions from all areas of Computer Science. You can choose one or more of the following formats:
Your submission may be based on seminars, labs, your thesis or a side project. While submissions in English are strongly encouraged, submissions in German are accepted as well. Submissions will undergo a peer review process that is coordinated by the program committee. The accepted papers are going to be published online.
Please use the EasyChair system to make your submission. For anything except posters and slides, please strictly adhere to the following document template for writing:
Every Student is invited to submit one or more of these formats: Posters, Demo Programs, Long Papers, Short Papers, Lightning Talks
Examples of how to write papers :
In this poster session you will be able to network with other PhD students as well as identifying potential synergies.
|Hajira Jabeen||General chair|
|Diego Esteves||Program chair|
|Afshin Sadeghi||Program co-chair|
|Tasneem Rashid||Publicity chair|
|Asif Khan||Publicity co-chair|
|Safija Kasem-Madani||Local host|
|Florian Seiffarth||Sponsoring chair|
|Rohan Asmat||Proceedings chair|
|Gezim Sejdiu||Senior Advisor|
|Mohnish Dubey||Senior Advisor|
|Afshin Sadeghi||University of Bonn|
|Diego Collarana||Fraunhofer IAIS|
|Diego Esteves||University of Bonn|
|Diego Moussallem||University Leipzig|
|Fathoni Musyaffa||University of Bonn|
|Gustavo Publio||AKSW/KILT, Universität Leipzig|
|Hajira Jabeen||University of Bonn|
|Harsh Thakkar||University of Bonn|
|Hamid Zafar||University of Bonn|
|Kemele Endris||L3S Research Center|
|Kuldeep Singh||Fraunhofer IAIS|
|Lavdim Halilaj||Fraunhofer IAIS|
|Milan Dojchinovski||Czech Technical University in Prague|
|Najmeh Mousavi||Fraunhofer IAIS, University of Bonn|
|Tommaso Soru||University of Leipzig|
Note on Talk: In this talk, I Antoine Amarili presents how probabilistic data management can leverage the structure of uncertain data, e.g., using graph-theoretic measures such as treewidth. The general approach is to decompose the input database instance to a tree-shaped encoding, and use Courcelle's theorem to rewrite the query to a tree automaton that runs on this encoding. I will present how these tools can be extended to probabilistic data, following the approach known as knowledge compilation: we compute a circuit representation of the uncertain query result, we show that it belongs to a restricted class of circuits, and we use this to perform probability computations on the circuit. The talk will also present other ways to use these circuit representations to enumerate query results or to describe the provenance of the results.
Johannes Kürsch, Jonathan Lennartz and Jan Nogga : Neural Networks as Reinforcement Learning Agents Winning Atari Pong (11:00-11:15)
Ana Cristina Trillos Ujueta, Jaime Manuel Trillos Ujueta and Luis Daniel Fernandes Rotger : Transforming RDF data into maps: RDF2Map Library (11:15-11:30)
Nazmun Nisat Ontika : Update? Install Now or Later! - A Synopsis of Update Behavior Research (11:30-11:45)
Short CV: Dr. Jernej Tonejc has been working and researching in cryptography for almost 20 years, focusing primarily on the elliptic curve cryptography, fast implementations for embedded systems, and deployment of public key infrastructure using smart cards. He obtained his Ph.D. in Mathematics from the University of Wisconsin at Madison and has been teaching courses in IT-Security for almost a decade. As a member of the Cyber Security team at the Fraunhofer FKIE Institute, Jernej has published several papers on the topic of security, with a special focus on building automation security. Since 2016, he has been working for the German Federal Office for the Information Security (BSI) as part of the section "Requirements for and Development of Systems Protecting Classified Information".
University of Bonn, Informatik III
Endenicher Allee 19 C
How to get to the Conference Venue (from Bonn Central Railway Station - Bonn Hauptbahnhof)- go to the Central Bus Station Bonn (Bonn BusHof) - take Bus lines 604, 605, 606 or 607 in the direction Bonn, Medinghoven Malteser Krankenhaus - get off at station "Bonn, Kaufmannstr." - proceed to southwest on "Endenicher Allee"