6th CSCUBS conference, May 15, 2019, Bonn, Germany
NEWS: The notifications are now out and the program is updated with the assigment of a specific time slot for each paper.
If you plan on attending the event please register here, so that we can estimate the number of attendees.
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 6th Computer Science Conference for University of Bonn Students (CSCUBS):
The 6th Conference will be held on May 15, 2019 (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: to be announced
|General Chair:||Damien Graux|
|Program Chair:||Vitalis Wiens, Mayesha Tasnim|
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 :
For PhD students (including students who are about to start a PhD) we are organising a dedicated poster and networking session. This will require a 2-page abstract on the topic of your PhD. Accepted submissions will be presented as A1 posters. In this poster session you will be able to network with other PhD students as well as identifying potential synergies.
In the demo session of CSCUBS, practical results are presented. This includes practically demonstrating the scientific work done during project groups, labs, bachelor or master theses, and extra-curricular practical work of your own.
Please register for a demonstration by submitting an extended abstract including a hardware description to EasyChair. The submitted demo abstract will be reviewed by the members of the Demo Board. The hardware description should list the equipment you will use for performing the demonstration. It is your responsibility to provide the necessary hardware (we suggest to agree upon this e.g. with the supervisor of your work).
The extended abstract and the demonstration can be done either in German or English.
We will provide one table of size about 140 x 60 cm and 220V electric power supply for each demo. Providing additional items from our side maybe negotiated upon request.
|Damien Graux||General Chair||Fraunhofer IAIS|
|Vitalis Wiens||Program Chair||University of Bonn, Fraunhofer IAIS, TIB|
|Mayesha Tasnim||Program Chair||RWTH Aachen university, Fraunhofer IAIS|
|Paul Moosmann||WebMaster||University of Bonn, Fraunhofer IAIS|
|Dennis Kubitza||Sponsoring Chair||University of Bonn, Fraunhofer IAIS|
|Saffija Kasem-Madani||Demo Board||University of Bonn|
|Fabian Marquardt||Demo Board||University of Bonn|
|Matthias Frank||Demo Board||University of Bonn|
|Mehdi Ali||Local Chair||University of Bonn|
|Debayan Banerjee||Local Co-Chair||University of Bonn|
|Damien Graux||Vitalis Wiens|
|Fabian Marquardt||Shimaa Ibrahim|
|Kemele M. Endris||Gezim Sejdiu|
|Elmar Langetepe||Mayesha Tasnim|
|Sebastian Bader||Fathoni A. Musyaffa|
|Ioanna Lytra||Valentina Janev|
|Diego Collarana||Fabrizio Orlandi|
|Saffija Kasem-Madani||Michael Weinmann|
|Dileep Ramachandraro||Rostislav Nedelchev|
Complex Query Augmentation for Question Answering Over Knowledge Graphs (11:00 - 11:20)
Abdelrahman Abdelkawi, Hamid Zafar, and Jens Lehmann
respy A prototypical finite-horizon discrete choice dynamic programming model (11:20 -
Janos Gabler and Tobias Raabe
FastSaltSeg: A Convolutional Encoder-Decoder Network for Fast Segmentation of Salt-Bodies in
3D Seismic Images (11:40 - 12:00)
Minutes Madness (13:00 - 13:05)
This timeslot provides opportunity for advertisement of the demo sessions. All authors and presenters of demos and posters are encouraged provide a 1 minute description of their work.
Implementing Blast: Blocking with Loosely-Aware Schema Techniques (13:05 - 13:25)
Joanna Polewczyk, Parsa Badiei, and Thiago Bell Felix de Oliveira
Dynamic Publications on the Blockchain (13:25 - 13:45)
Nazmun Nisat Ontika, Endri Kacupaj, and Enkeleda Elezi
Lightning Talks (13:45 - 14:15)
Demonstration of intercepting LoRa packets with Software Defined Radio
Phillippe Ketteniss and Ben Swierzy
Aufbau und Inbetriebnahme von LoRaWAN
Low-cost Prototypes of IDN (ILDA Digital Network)
Consumers for ILDA Laser Projector and DMX512 Service (based on work of Uni Bonn Computer Science students Christian Windeck, Tobias Kremeyer and Sebastian Knopp)
Presented by: Christian Windeck with support of Matthias Frank.
If your company is interested in becoming a sponsor for
6th Computer Science Conference for University of Bonn Students,
please contact Dennis Kubitza at firstname.lastname@example.org.
University of Bonn, Informatik III
Endenicher Allee 19 A
How to get to the Conference Venue
(from Bonn Central Railway Station - Bonn Hauptbahnhof)
In order to estimate the number of attendees, please register here.
This will help us to order the required food and coffee supply ;)