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Master Courses Summer Semester 2019

Please register for the courses in PULS and the Teaching Portal

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Teaching Portal Wirtschaftsinformatik und Digitale Gesellschaft

Online and Social Media Marketing

Seminar | 4 SWS | M.Sc.  Wirtschaftsinformatik, BWL

 

Course Content: 

Over the last decade, Social Media platforms have evolved from being purely hedonic platforms for private use into potent organizational tools used both internally within an organization as well as externally for communication and collaboration with various stakeholders. Internally, embedding Social Media tools within organizations has been linked to enhanced participation and communication, empowering employees with a voice in organizational matters. Externally, Social Media platforms have triggered unprecedented changes in customer relationship management, turning customers into co-creators of company value. Indeed, with 2.32 billion users on Facebook alone, popular Social Media platforms present companies with unique opportunities to connect with their customers, hear their voice, and engage with them on a more personal level. Considering this potential for value, businesses increasingly views social media as a key strategic enabler. Reflecting these developments, the goal of this course is to familiarize students with the fundamentals of Social Media management. Hence, the following topics are central for this course: 

  • Web-Site Usability
  • Social Media Marketing
  • Social Media Governance
  • Content Marketing
  • Video Marketing
  • Psychology of Social Media Users
  • Copywriting
  • Social Media Analytics
  • Gamification
  • Legal Aspects of Online and Social Media Marketing, GDPR

Dates:

Tuesday 09.04.2019 - 16.07.2019 (Room, 3.06.S26)

16.04 12:15 – 15:45 ==> Introduction | Company Assignment

23.04 12:15 – 15:45 ==> Social Media Strategy | SWOT | Social Media Policies

30.04 12:15 – 15:45 ==> Targeting | Customer Personas for Social Media

07.05 12:15 – 15:45 ==> Channel Choice | Hashtags | Influencers

14.05 12:15 – 15:45 ==> Mid-Term Presentation

21.05 12:15 – 15:45 ==> Content Strategy 

28.05 12:15 – 15:45 ==> Content Strategy 

04.06 12:15 – 15:45 ==> Metrics of Social Media Marketing

11.06 12:15 – 15:45 ==> Psychology of Digital Users | Privacy Regulation

18.06 12:15 – 15:45 ==> Usability

25.06 12:15 – 15:45 ==> Usability

02.07 12:15 – 15:45 ==> Gamification

09.07 12:15 – 15:45 ==> Final Presentation: Content Development

16.07 12:15 Room 3.06.S26 ==> Exam (90 Minutes)


Lecturer:

Prof. Dr. Hanna Krasnova

Assesment:

Written Exam; Development and Presentation of the Online Marketing Campaign.

Methods of Psychology in Information Systems

Seminar | 4 SWS | M.Sc. Wirtschaftsinformatik, BWL, MANIA, Verwaltungswissenschaft, Data Science

Course Content: 

In the last years, experiments became more and more widely applied - be it in academic research, A/B testing in companies, or large scale experiments in the public sector. In this seminar, students will be introduced to the essentials of understanding and planning state-of-the-art experimental research. Advantages and disadvantages as well as common pitfalls will be covered extensively. Building on this knowledge three selected empirical studies on online social interaction will be critically discussed in class covering topics on emotional contagion, trolling, and online participation. In the last third of the seminar, a new project will be presented and the focus will be on gaining practical experience. Hence, all students will be asked to run the proposed experiment with a few participants. All data will then be aggregated, analyzed, and discussed in class.

Dates:

Wednesday 16.04.2019 - 16.07.2019 (3.06.S12), 04.06.2019 (3.06.S13)

 

16.04.2019 16:15-19:45      Lecture

07.05.2019 16:15-19:45      Lecture and Reading

14.05.2019 16:15-19:45      Lecture and Reading

21.05.2019 16:15-19:45      Lecture and Reading

28.05.2019 16:15-19:45      Discussion and Introduction to Empirical Project

04.06.2019 16:15-19:45      Data Collection

25.06.2019 16:15-19:45      Data Analysis and Discussion

02.07.2019 16:15-17:45      Academic Consulting

 

Lecturer:

Dr. Fenne große Deters

Assesment:

Mid-term- Presentation, Short Essay; Seminar Paper.

 

 

Digital Marketing Strategy

Seminar | 2 SWS | M.Sc. Wirtschaftsinformatik, BWL, MANIA, Verwaltungswissenschaft

 

Course Content:

As consumers spend more and more time on online and especially on Social Media platforms, business and non-for-profit organizations are rededicating their marketing budgets away from traditional TV and radio advertising to social media channels. However, many businesses struggle with their online and Social Media presence. Reflecting these developments, the goal of this course is to familiarize students with the fundamentals of online and Social Media Strategy and the mechanics of digital marketing campaigns. As part of this course, students will be expected to perform an in-depth situational analysis for a specific product, company or social cause, including existing weakness, strengths, threats and opportunities. Building on this, students will be required to develop a social media strategy for their industry partner and implement it as part of the original social media campaign using one of social media channels (e.g. Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn, Blog, Instagram). Development of original ”value”-content is a critical component of this course and may include blog posts, videos, photos, and infographics. The timeline of the course includes mid-term and final presentations, as well as the final project report. Presentations and campaigns could be made in either English or German.

 

Dates: 

Wednesday, 17.04.2019, 10:15 - 11:45 – Project Presentation and Assignments, Room 3.06.H02

Wednesday, 24.04.2019, 10:15 - 11:45 – Fundamentals of Social Media Marketing, Room 3.06.H02

Wednesday, 08.05.2019, 10:15 - 11:45 – Early Bird Presentation, Room 3.06.H02

Wednesday, 15.05.2019, 10:15 - 11:45 – Fundamentals of Social Media Marketing, Room 3.06.H02

Wednesday, 22.05.2019, 10:15 - 11:45 – Academic Coordination, Room 3.06.H02

Wednesday, 29.05.2019, 10:15 - 11:45 – Academic Coordination, Room 3.06.H02

Wednesday, 05.06.2019, 10:15 - 11:45 – Mid-Term Presentation, Room 3.06.H02

Wednesday, 12.06.2019, 10:15 - 11:45 – Mid-Term Presentation, Room 3.06.H02

Wednesday, 19.06.2019, 10:15 - 11:45 – Academic Coordination, Room 3.06.H02

Wednesday, 26.06.2019, 10:15 - 11:45 – Academic Coordination, Room 3.06.H02

Wednesday, 03.07.2019, 10:15 - 11:45 – Academic Coordination, Room 3.06.H02

Wednesday, 10.07.2019, 10:15 - 11:45 – Academic Coordination, Room 3.06.H02

Wednesday, 17.07.2019, 10:15 - 11:45 – Final Presentation, Room 3.06.H02

Wednesday, 24.07.2019, 10:15 - 11:45 – Final Presentation, Room 3.06.H02

Wednesday, 31.07.2019, 10:15 - 11:45 – Submit Final Report!

 

Lecturer: 

Safa'a AbuJarour | Prof. Dr. Hanna Krasnova

Assesment:

Early-Bird-, Mid-Term- and Final Presentation; Final Report

Social Media and Digital Pivacy

Seminar | 2 SWS | M.Sc. Wirtschaftsinformatik, BWL, MANIA, Verwaltungswissenschaft, Data Science

Course Content:

A number of social platforms have gained popularity in recent years (e.g. Facebook, Instagram, Airbnb, etc). Their breath-taking success manifests itself in millions of user subscriptions, significant time spent on the site, and a steep growth of conducted transactions. Facebook alone has over 2.32 billion monthly active users. By rapidly changing the way we communicate, inform ourselves, spend our free time, learn and buy, these platforms transform the society we live in today. Facing this wave of new developments, many keep asking about the meaning and long-term consequences of these changes.

 

Against this background, this seminar focuses on two related research areas:

  • (1) User perceptions and behavior on Social Media and
  • (2) The value of privacy on Social Media.

Possible topics include, but are not limited to:

  •    User Perceptions of Algorithmic Decision Making on Platforms, especially Fairness, Accountability, Transparency
  •    Privacy Violations on Platforms, especially De-Anonymization in the Form of Doxing
  •    Sentiment Analysis of Consumer Attitudes on YouTube
  •    Social Media Content and its Impact on Individual Perceptions and Behavior
  •    The Change of Communication Behavior on Social Networking Sites over Time
  •    How Machines such as Chatbots Mimic Humans: Systematic literature Review on Mimicing Theories 
  •    Corporate Digital Responsibility or Ethics-Washing? Case Studies on how Companies Seek to be Ethical
  •    Privacy Concerns: A Means-End Approach

Students will be asked to get a deep understanding of the topic of their choice, present their findings at the mid-term and final presentations and write a final paper. The seminar will be held in English. However, presentations in German are possible.

 

Room: 

15.04.2019 bis 15.07.2019 (3.06.S12), 08.07.2019 (3.06.S22)

 

Dates:

DateContent
15.04.Kick-off sessions & Academic reading and writing
22.04.No session (easter monday)
29.04.Science slam
06.05.Consultation hours
13.05.Consultation hours
20.05.Consultation hours
27.05.Mid-term presentations
03.06.Mid-term presentations (only if necessary)
10.06.Consultation hours
17.06.Consultation hours
24.06.Consultation hours
01.07.Consultation hours
08.07.Final presentations (only if necessary)
15.07.Final presentations

Submission of Seminar Paper: 18.08

 

Lecturer: 

Dr. Annika Baumann |Dr. Antonia Köster | Prof. Dr. Hanna Krasnova

Assesment:

Early-Bird Presentation, Mid-Term Presentation, Final Presentation and Project Report (Final Report) in German or English 

Social Media and Digital Pivacy

Project | 4 SWS | M.Sc. Wirtschaftsinformatik, BWL, MANIA, Verwaltungswissenschaft, Data Science

Course Content:

A number of social platforms have gained popularity in recent years (e.g. Facebook, Instagram, Airbnb, etc). Their breath-taking success manifests itself in millions of user subscriptions, significant time spent on the site, and a steep growth of conducted transactions. Facebook alone has over 2.32 billion monthly active users. By rapidly changing the way we communicate, inform ourselves, spend our free time, learn and buy, these platforms transform the society we live in today. Facing this wave of new developments, many keep asking about the meaning and long-term consequences of these changes.

 

Against this background, this seminar focuses on two related research areas:

  • (1) User perceptions and behavior on Social Media and
  • (2) The value of privacy on Social Media.

Possible topics include, but are not limited to:

  • ­   User Perceptions of Algorithmic Decision Making on Platforms, especially Fairness, Accountability, Transparency
  •    Privacy Violations on Platforms, especially De-Anonymization in the Form of Doxing
  •    Sentiment Analysis of Consumer Attitudes on YouTube
  • ­   Social Media Content and its Impact on Individual Perceptions and Behavior
  •    The Change of Communication Behavior on Social Networking Sites over Time
  •    How Machines such as Chatbots Mimic Humans: Systematic literature Review on Mimicing Theories 
  •    Corporate Digital Responsibility or Ethics-Washing? Case Studies on how Companies Seek to be Ethical
  •    Privacy Concerns: A Means-End Approach

Students will be asked to get a deep understanding of the topic of their choice, present their findings at the mid-term and final presentations and write a final paper. The seminar will be held in English. However, presentations in German are possible.

 

Room: 

15.04.2019 bis 15.07.2019 (3.06.S12), 08.07.2019 (3.06.S22)

Dates:

DateContent
15.04.Kick-off sessions & Academic reading and writing
22.04.No session (easter monday)
29.04.Science slam
06.05.Consultation hours
13.05.Consultation hours
20.05.Consultation hours
27.05.Mid-term presentations
03.06.Mid-term presentations (only if necessary)
10.06.Consultation hours
17.06.Consultation hours
24.06.Consultation hours
01.07.Consultation hours
08.07.Final presentations (only if necessary)
15.07.Final presentations

Submission of Seminar Paper: 18.08

 

Lecturer:

Dr. Annika Baumann |Dr. Antonia Köster | Prof. Dr. Hanna Krasnova

Assesment:

Early-Bird Presentation, Mid-Term Presentation, Final Presentation and Project Report (Final Report) in German or English 

Data Science 

Lecture and Tutorial | 4 SWS | M.Sc. Wirtschaftsinformatik, BWL

Course Content:


Data is increasingly seen as a driving force behind many industries, ranging from data-driven start-ups to traditional manufacturing companies. Recent years have been marked by the hype around big data technologies and the implications that go along with it. In response to these developments, data science has become one of the most demanded specializations. Against this background, this class will introduce students to the fundamentals of data science, using Python. Specifically, the course will start with a short introduction into Python, covering such topics as syntax, basic data types, assignments and reference semantics, complex data types, functions, control of flow, modules, classes and objects, iPython, and debugging. In the next step, the students will be taught the basics of web scraping using Beautiful Soup library as well as learn to access data via dedicated APIs (Facebook, Twitter). In the follow-up sessions, the capabilities of NumPy, pandas, matplotlib, seaborn, and also Scikit Learn libraries will be explored to empower students with approaches to data analysis and visualization.

Dates:

Lecture: Saturday 10 - 12 (Room 3.06.S27); 13.04.2019 - 20.07.2019

Tutorial: Wednesday Group 1 12-14 (Room 3.06.S21), Group 2 (Room 3.06.H06); 10.04.2019 - 17.07.2019

Lecturer:

Prof. Dr. Hanna Krasnova | Dr. Sergei Evdokimov 

Assesment:

Written Exam (90 minutes), 17.07 at 12:15, Room 3.06.H06

Master Courses Winter Semester 2018/2019

Please register for the courses in PULS and the Teaching Portal

 PULS

Teaching Portal Wirtschaftsinformatik und Digitale Gesellschaft

Online and Social Media Marketing

Seminar | 2 SWS | M.Sc. M.Sc. Wirtschaftsinformatik, BWL, MANIA, Verwaltungswissenschaft


Course Content:

As consumers spend more and more time on online and especially on Social Media platforms, business and non-for-profit organizations are rededicating their marketing budgets away from traditional TV and radio advertising to social media channels. However, many businesses struggle with their online and Social Media presence. Reflecting these developments, the goal of this course is to familiarize students with the fundamentals of online and Social Media Strategy and the mechanics of digital marketing campaigns. As part of this course, students will be expected to perform an in-depth situational analysis for a specific product, company or social cause, including existing weakness, strengths, threats and opportunities. Building on this, students will be required to develop a social media strategy for their industry partner and implement it as part of the original social media campaign using one of social media channels (e.g. Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn, Blog, Instagram). Development of original “value”-content is a critical component of this course and may include blog posts, videos, photos, and infographics. The timeline of the course includes mid-term and final presentations, as well as the final project report. Presentations and campaigns could be made in either English or German.  

 

Dates:

Donnerstag 25.10.2018 16:15 - 19:45 – Project Presentation and Assignement; Raum 3.06.S12

Donnerstag 01.11.2018 16:15 - 19:45 – Fundamentals of Social Media Marketing; Raum 3.06.S12

Donnerstag 08.11.2018 16:15 - 19:45 – Fundamentals of Social Media Marketing; Raum 3.06.S12

Donnerstag 15.11.2018 16:15 - 19:45 – Early Bird Presentation; Raum 3.06.S12 

Donnerstag 13.12.2018 16:15 - 19:45 – Mid-Term Presentation; Raum 3.06.S12 

Donnerstag 20.12.2018 16:15 - 19:45 – Mid-Term Presentation; Raum 3.06.S12

Donnerstag 24.01.2019 16:15 - 19:45 – Final Presentation; Raum 3.06.S12 

Donnerstag 31.01.2019 16:15 - 19:45 – Final Presentation; Raum 3.06.S12

 

Deadline for the Project Report: 22.02.2018

 

Lecturer:

Prof. Dr. Hanna Krasnova | Hannes Krause | Jana Gundlach

Assesment:

Mid-term and Final Presentations; Final Report 

Social Media and Business Analytics I

Seminar | 2 SWS | M.Sc. Wirtschaftsinformatik, BWL, MANIA, Verwaltungswissenschaft

 

Course Content: 

As Social Media applications (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, PatientsLikeMe) permeate all walks of our everyday life, there is a growing interest in understanding how the use of these applications and the data these applications generate are changing businesses, public sector, and society. Tapping into this interest, the goal of this research project is to give students the opportunity to conduct an in-depth analysis of one topic in a relevant research area. 

Possible areas of research include, but are not limited to:

  • Social Media Content - Impact on Individual Perceptions and Behavior
  • Impact of Social Media on Business
  • Sentiment Analysis of Consumer Attitudes - Data Analytics with Instagram
  • Measuring Success of Social Media Marketing
  • Social Media at the Workplace: Implications
  • Information Overload 
  • Sharing Economy (e.g. Airbnb) for Business
  • Location-Based Online Dating
  • Smartphone Use and Socialization
  • Privacy Concerns of Social Media Use
  • Social Media for Refugees
  • Applications of Smartphone for Refugee Relief
  • Market Analysis of Health Smartphone Apps
  • Privacy Policies: Content and/or Impact on Individual Perceptions and Behavior

Students will be required to get a deep understanding of the topic of their choice, present their findings and write a final paper. Presentations could be held in either English or German. 

 

Dates:

Dienstag 23.10.2018 14:15 - 17:45 – Topic Presentation and Assignment; Raum 3.06.S21

Dienstag 30.10.2018 14:15 - 17:45 – Fundamentals of Academic Work; Raum 3.06.S21

Dienstag 06.11.2018 14:15 - 17:45 – Fundamentals of Academic Work; Raum 3.06.S21

Dienstag 13.11.2018 14:15 - 17:45 – Early Bird Presentation; Raum 3.06.S21 

Dienstag 11.12.2018 14:15 - 17:45 – Mid-Term Presentation; Raum 3.06.S21 

Dienstag 18.12.2018 14:15 - 17:45 – Mid-Term Presentation; Raum 3.06.S21

Dienstag 22.01.2019 14:15 - 17:45 – Final Presentation; Raum 3.06.S21 

Dienstag 29.01.2019 14:15 - 17:45 – Final Presentation; Raum 3.06.S21

 

Deadline for the Seminar paper: 20.02.2018

 

Lecturer:

Prof. Dr. Hanna Krasnova | Margarita Gladkaya

Assesment:

Mid-term and final presentations; Seminar Paper.

 

Social Media Research Project

Seminar + Colloquium | 3+1 SWS | for MSc. Wirtschaftsinformatik, BWL

 

Course Content

As Social Media applications (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, PatientsLikeMe) permeate all walks of our everyday life, there is a growing interest in understanding how the use of these applications and the data these applications generate are changing businesses, public sector, and society. Tapping into this interest, the goal of this research project is to give students the opportunity to conduct an in-depth analysis of one topic in a relevant research area. 

Possible areas of research include, but are not limited to:

  • Social Media Content - Impact on Individual Perceptions and Behavior
  • Impact of Social Media on Business
  • Sentiment Analysis of Consumer Attitudes - Data Analytics with Instagram
  • Measuring Success of Social Media Marketing
  • Social Media at the Workplace: Implications
  • Information Overload 
  • Sharing Economy (e.g. Airbnb) for Business
  • Location-Based Online Dating
  • Smartphone Use and Socialization
  • Privacy Concerns of Social Media Use
  • Social Media for Refugees
  • Applications of Smartphone for Refugee Relief
  • Market Analysis of Health Smartphone Apps
  • Privacy Policies: Content and/or Impact on Individual Perceptions and Behavior

Students will be required to get a deep understanding of the topic of their choice, present their findings and write a final paper. Presentations could be held in either English or German. 

 

Dates

Mittwoch 24.10.2018 10:15 - 13:45 – Topic Presentation and Assignment; Raum 3.06.S21

Mittwoch 07.11.2018 10:15 - 13:45 – Fundamentals of Academic Work; Raum 3.06.S21

Mittwoch 14.11.2018 10:15 - 13:45 – Fundamentals of Academic Work; Raum 3.06.S21

Mittwoch 21.11.2018 10:15 - 13:45 – Early-Bird Presentations; Raum 3.06.S21

Mittwoch 28.11.2018 10:15 - 13:45 – Academic Coordination; Raum 3.06.S21 

Mittwoch 05.12.2018 10:15 - 13:45 – Academic Coordination; Raum 3.06.S21

Mittwoch 12.12.2018 10:15 - 13:45 – Mid-Term Presentation; Raum 3.06.S21 

Mittwoch 19.12.2018 10:15 - 13:45 – Mid-Term Presentation; Raum 3.06.S21

Mittwoch 12.12.2018 10:15 - 13:45 – Mid-Term Presentation; Raum 3.06.S21 

Mittwoch 19.12.2018 10:15 - 13:45 – Mid-Term Presentation; Raum 3.06.S21

Mittwoch 09.01.2019 10:15 - 13:45 – Academic Coordination; Raum 3.06.S21 

Mittwoch 16.01.2019 10:15 - 13:45 – Academic Coordination; Raum 3.06.S21

Mittwoch 23.01.2019 10:15 - 13:45 – Final Presentation / Colloquium; Raum 3.06.S21

Mittwoch 30.01.2019 10:15 - 13:45 – Final Presentation / Colloquium; Raum 3.06.S21

 

Deadline for the Seminar Paper: 20.02.2018

Assessment

Early-bird, mid-term and final presentations of project progress; Project report.

Lecturers

Prof. Dr. Hanna Krasnova | Margarita Gladkaya 

Social Media Research

Vorlesung + Übung | 2+2 SWS | M.Sc. Wirtschaftsinformatik, BWL

 

Course Content:

As the adoption and usage of social applications is on the rise (e.g. Facebook, Airbnb, Twitter, PatientsLikeMe), there is a growing interest in understanding behavior and perceptions of users, as well as the impact of this use on businesses, public sector and society as a whole. Against this background, the goal of this class is to empower students with a set of research approaches and methods that can be used to understand this phenomenon. Among others, course participants will be trained to collect and analyze qualitative and quantitative data that reflects usage patterns and perceptions of users of various social applications. This course may serve as a sound methodological preparation for a master thesis or a seminar at the chair of Business Informatics, esp. Social Media and Data Science. 

 

Dates:

Mon 22.10 Introduction (Prof. Hanna Krasnova | Olga Abramova); Raum 3.06.S26

Mon 29.10 Qualitative Data Analysis Module (Prof. Hanna Krasnova); Raum 3.06.S26

Mon 05.11 Qualitative Data Analysis Module (Prof. Hanna Krasnova); Raum 3.06.S26

Mon 12.11 Qualitative Data Analysis Module (Prof. Hanna Krasnova); Raum 3.06.S26

Mon 19.11 Qualitative Data Analysis Module (Prof. Hanna Krasnova); Raum 3.06.S26

Mon 26.11 Qualitative Data Analysis Module (Prof. Hanna Krasnova); Raum 3.06.S26

Mon 03.12 Qualitative Data Analysis Module (Prof. Hanna Krasnova); Raum 3.06.S26

Mon 10.12 Data Science Module (Olga Abramova); Raum 3.06.S26

Mon 17.12 Data Science Module (Olga Abramova); Raum 3.06.S26

Mon 07.01 Data Science Module (Olga Abramova); Raum 3.06.S26

Mon 14.01 Data Science Module (Olga Abramova); Raum 3.06.S26

Mon 21.01 Data Science Module (Olga Abramova); Raum 3.06.S26

Mon 28.01 Data Science Module | Exam Review (Prof. Hanna Krasnova | Olga Abramova); Raum 3.06.S26

 

Exam:

Termin 1: Mon 04.02.2019, 14:15 – Exam (90 min) Raum H10 in House 1

Termin 2: Mon 25.03.2019, 14:15 – Exam (90 min) Raum H10 in House 1

 

Lecturers:

Prof. Dr. Hanna Krasnova | Olga Abramova

Bachelor and Master Thesis (SMDS)

Forschungskolloquium für Bachelor- und Masterarbeiten

Course Content:

Im Forschungskolloquium des Lehrstuhls wird von Doktoranden, Masteranden und ausgewählten Bacheloranden der Bearbeitungsstand ihrer Arbeiten vorgestellt und diskutiert. An einzelnen Terminen finden Gastvorträge statt.    

 

Dates: 

wöchentlich (Montags) 12:15 – 13:45 (Start: 15.10.2018 | Ende: 04.02.2019)   

15.10 12:15 – 13:45; Raum 3.07.0.39

22.10 12:15 – 13:45; Raum 3.07.0.39

29.10 12:15 – 13:45; Raum 3.07.0.39

05.11 12:15 – 13:45; Raum 3.07.0.3

12.11 12:15 – 13:45; Raum 3.07.0.39

19.11 12:15 – 13:45; Raum 3.07.0.39

26.11 12:15 – 13:45; Raum 3.07.0.39

03.12 12:15 – 13:45; Raum 3.07.0.39

10.12 12:15 – 13:45; Raum 3.07.0.39

17.12 12:15 – 13:45; Raum 3.07.0.39

24.12 12:15 – 13:45; Raum 3.07.0.39

31.12 12:15 – 13:45; Raum 3.07.0.39

07.01 12:15 – 13:45; Raum 3.07.0.39

14.01 12:15 – 13:45; Raum 3.07.0.39

21.01 12:15 – 13:45; Raum 3.07.0.39

28.01 12:15 – 13:45; Raum 3.07.0.39

04.02 12:15 – 13:45; Raum 3.07.0.39

 

Lecturers:

Prof. Dr. Hanna Krasnova