Registration to Exams

DSE students must register for all exams at the SCIS. Registration to oral examinations is possible throughout the semester. The current and official examination plan can be found at the examination office.

Please note that only registered students are allowed to take exams. You must also register if you want to take a re-examination!

You will be asked to present your matriculation certificate ("Immatrikulationsbescheinigung"). The new student card ("Studentenausweis") does not contain all required information and will therefore not be accepted!

To arrange an appointment for an oral examination, please contact the secretary of the professor in charge. Please bring your matriculation certificate ("Immatrikulationsbescheinigung"), your transcript degree booklet, and the registration forms from the SCIS.

Beside the current dates for the examinations please consider things to know about exams at the bottom of this site.

Exams in Mandatory Modules

[DSE-M1] Systems Engineering
professor Prof. Fetzer
duration & kind 120 min written
date & place TBA
registration SCIS                                                     
[DSE-M2] Mobile Communication and Mobile Computing
Distributed Systems
professor Prof. Schill
duration & kind 120 min written
date & place TBA
registration SCIS                                                      
[DSE-M2] Transactional Information Systems
professor Prof. Lehner
duration & kind 90 min written
date & place TBA
registration SCIS                                                       
[DSE-M3] Distributed and Secure Platforms
professor Dr. Köpsel
duration & kind 30 min oral
date & place on appointment
registration SCIS and contact Mrs Gersonde         
[DSE-M4] System Design
professor Prof. Aßmann
duration & kind 30 min oral
date & place on appointment
registration SCIS and contact Mrs Heber                

Exams in Elective Modules

[DSE-E4] Distributed Operating Systems
[DSE-E10] Real-time Systems
[DSE-E9] Microkernel-based Operating Systems
professor Prof. Härtig
duration & kind 30 min oral
date & place on appointment
registration SCIS and contact Mrs Spehr                  
[DSE-E6] Application Development for Mobile
[DSE-E11] Ubiquitous Computing
professor Prof. Schill, Dr. Springer
duration & kind 30 min oral
date & place on appointment
registration SCIS and contact Mrs Jarschel               
[DSE-E6] Internet and Web Applications
professor Prof. Schill
duration & kind 30 min oral
date & place on appointment
registration SCIS and contact Mrs Jarschel                
[DSE-E3] Wireless Sensor Networks
professor Dr. Dargie
duration & kind 90 min written
date & place TBA
registration SCIS                                                              
[DSE-E12] Principles of Dependable and Distributed Systems
[DSE-E7] Foundations of Concurrent and Distributed Systems
[DSE-E8] Software Fault Tolerance
professor Prof. Fetzer
duration & kind 30 min oral
date & place on appointment
registration SCIS and contact Mrs Einer/Karadschow
[DSE-E1] Advanced Security and Cryptography
professor Dr. Köpsell, Dr. Clauß
duration & kind 30 min oral
date & place on appointment
registration SCIS and contact Mrs Gersonde               
[DSE-E5] Component-based Software Engineering
professor Dr. Aßmann
duration & kind 30 min oral
date & place on appointment
registration SCIS and contact Mrs Heber                     

Things to know about exams

Note that this is no legal advice and should only be considered as informal recommendations. All legal rules concerning examinations can be found in the exam regulations. Students as well as professors are committed to the rules of this document. Some of its aspects are presented below, for detailed information have a look at the mentioned clauses (§) of the exam regulations:

Cancelling an exam registration
Students are allowed to cancel their registration for oral exams until up to two weeks before the examination date. The registration for written exams can be cancelled 3 days before the examination date. Therefore, inform the examiner and send an e-mail to the SCIS giving your matriculation number (Matrikelnummer) and the title of the missed examination.

Withdrawal
Students who do not appear to the examination appointment or who do not end the examination will get a "failed"-grade. Exceptions are possible in the event of illness. Students must present a doctor's certificate to the Examination Board (see §12).

Repeating exams
Failed module exams may be repeated twice. The first repeat can only take place within one year after the completion of the first attempt. A second repeat can only take place at the earliest possible date (see §15).

Additional FAQs
Please consider the following recommendations/FAQ when taking exams (again, this no legal advice!). We created this FAQ in particular for students that are new to our university and that might have been used to different rules:

  • Please start preparing for exams already during the semester. This is the best time to ask questions regarding the lectures and exercises.
  • It is always better to move an appointment for an exam than to fail the exam. Hence, if you do not feel well-prepared two weeks before the exam, please consider to move it to some later point.
  • In particular, if you have trouble to study or focus (e.g., because of troubles with a loved one), please move the appointment of your exam and if needed, go to a physician to get a note that you cannot currently take the exam.
  • Never come to the exam if you already have a physician's note that says that you are sick. Instead withdraw from the exam (see §12).
  • If you feel sick just before the exam, go to a physician directly (i.e., on the same day and not at some later date) and get a note that you are sick that day.
  • If you get sick during the exam, let the examiner know immediately and before you get your grade. Go directly to your physician to get a note that you are sick.
  • Never ever forge/modify a physician's note: like in all countries, this is against the law and could result in severe penalties.

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Letzte Änderung: 15.09.2016