Prof. Dr. Stefan Funke

Dieses Seminar findet Mittwochs, 11:30-13:00 in Raum 0.363 statt. Weiterführende Informationen folgen in Kürze.

Termine

Thema Datum Vortragender Betreuer Vorbesprechung spätestens
Das Nadel-Problem von Buffon 15.11.2017 Bonasch Mendel 08.11.2017
Identitäten und Bijektionen 15.11.2017 Schneider Seybold 08.11.2017
Drei berühmte Sätze über endliche Mengen 22.11.2017 Kreittner Krumpe 15.11.2017
Ein Fünf-Farben-Satz + Die Museumswächter 22.11.2017   Rupp 15.11.2017
Von Freunden und Politikern 29.11.2017 Schäufele Mendel 22.11.2017
Die Probabilistische Methode 29.11.2017 Kurz Seybold 22.11.2017
Drei Anwendungen der Eulerschen Polyederformel 06.12.2017 Gaißert Krumpe 29.11.2017
Sechs Beweise für die Unendlichkeit der Primzahlen 06.12.2017 Erwerle Rupp 29.11.2017
Ein Satz von Polya über Polynome 13.12.2017 Baur Mendel 06.12.2017
Vervollständigung von Lateinischen Quadraten 13.12.2017 Bechtold Seybold 06.12.2017
Geraden in der Ebene und Zerlegungen von Graphen 20.12.2017 Schnell Krumpe 13.12.2017
Der Zwei-Quadrate-Satz von Fermat 20.12.2017 Spaney Rupp 13.12.2017
Wiederholungstermin 10.01.2018      
Schubfachprinzip und doppeltes Abzählen 17.01.2018   Seybold 10.01.2018
Gut genug gemischt? 17.01.2018   Krumpe 10.01.2018
  24.01.2018   Mendel 17.01.2018
  24.01.2018   Rupp 17.01.2018

Sonstiges

  • Tafelvortrag von max 35 Minuten (keine Folien/PowerPoint o.ä.)
  • Ausarbeitung des Vortrags spätestens eine Woche vor Termin dem Betreuer vorzeigen
  • Anwesenheit und Teilnahme an den Diskussionen Pflicht
  • Eine schriftliche Ausarbeitung (max. 2 Seiten, 10pt in zwei-spaltigem Layout) der vorgestellten Inhalte muss innerhalb von 3 Wochen nach Vortrag ihrem Betreuer abgegeben werden.

Literatur

Das Buch kann unter online aus dem Campusnetz eingesehen und als PDF heruntergeladen werden.

News

[Jan’18] The journal version of our paper on k-hop path covers will receive a publication award from our university!

[Nov’17] Our paper on a theoretical explanation for several speed-up techniques for route computation has been accepted at AAAI 2018!

[Oct’17] Thomas’ paper on area preserving map simplification has been accepted at ALENEX 2018!

[May’17] Daniel’s and Martin’s paper on rational points on the unit sphere has been accepted at ISSAC 2017!

[Apr’17] Our paper on personalized route planning with dynamic approximation guarantees has been accepted at SEA 2017!

[Jan’17] Martin’s paper on map matching has been accepted at SIAM SDM 2017!

[Nov’16] Our paper on simultaneous maze solving has been accepted at AAAI 2017.

[Okt’16] Two papers, one on growing balls (!), the other on map simplification will be presented at ALENEX 2017.

[Sep’16] Our paper on Deducing Individual Driving Preferences has been accepted at the 24th ACM SIGSPATIAL GIS 2016.

[Feb’16] Our paper on placing loading stations for EVs has been accepted at ICAPS 2016.

[Jul’15] Paper about our GeoSearch Engine OSCAR at the 16th Int. Conf on Web Information Systems Engineering (WISE)!

[Jun’15] We feel very honored to have our VLDB’14 paper almost verbatimly reproduced in the ‘prestigous’ journal IJSETR, see here. Yeah! 😉

[Feb’15] We were lucky to receive a Google Research Award for research on personalized route planning!

[Sep’14] Our paper “On k-Path Covers and their Applications” has received a Best Paper Award at the 40th Int. Conference on Very Large Databases (VLDB) in Hangzhou (5 out of 139 accepted out of 695 submitted papers).

[Sep’14] Our paper on “Energy-efficient Routing: Taking Speed into Account” has received a Best Paper Award at the 37th German Conference on Artificial Intelligence (KI).

[Jul’14] Our paper “Placement of Loading Stations for Electric Vehicles: No Detours Necessary!” has received a Honorable Mention at the 28th AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI) in Quebec City (5 nominated out of 398 accepted out of 1406 submitted papers).

[Mar’14] Our StuPro-Team has completed their great “SchulScheduler” project.

[Nov’13] Jochen has defended his PhD thesis and moved on to TomTom.

[Feb’13] Sabine has defended her PhD thesis (already in Dec’12) and received the INFOS award for best CS PhD thesis in 2012!

[Mar’12] Our paper Path Shapes - An Alternative Method for Map Matching and Fully Autonomous Self-Localization presented at GIS 2011 has received the Best Paper Award, also see the ACM SIGSPATIAL newsletter.