Seminar aus Datenbanken
SE 181.201 (2.0) Sommersemester 2015
in cooperation with Gerald Aufmuth (IBM Austria, Certified DB2 Specialist)
and Helmut Riegler (IBM Austria, Certified IT Specialist, Datawarehouse Specialist)
- Language. This course will possibly be held in English since
it is part of the curriculum of the EMCL
(European Master's Program in Computational Logic).
- Place. Classes will be held in the
von Neumann Seminarraum
(Favoritenstraße 9-11, ground floor). Only the first class (9 March, 2015) will be in the
Classes will take place on the following days.
- Monday 9 March, 11:00 sharp - 13:00: first class
- Monday 20 April, 09:00 - 11:00: students' presentations, reserve (if needed).
- Monday 20 April, 11:00 - 13:00: students' presentations, part 1.
- Monday 27 April, 09:00 - 11:00: students' presentations, reserve (if needed).
- Monday 27 April, 11:00 - 13:00: students' presentations, part 2.
- Monday 4 May, 11:00 - 13:00:
case study database (basics of DB2), part 1.
- Monday 11 May, 11:00 - 13:00:
case study database (basics of DB2), part 2.
- Monday 18 May, 11:00 - 13:00:
case study database (basics of DB2), part 3.
- Monday 1 June, 11:00 - 13:00:
case study database (basics of DB2), part 4.
Basic knowledge in database systems to the extent of the undergraduate lectures "Datenmodellierung" and "Datenbanksysteme" is an indispensable prerequisite for this
seminar. Knowledge in XML and related technologies as taught in the lecture "Semistrukturierte Daten" is very helpful but not absolutely necessary.
Registration in TISS is required for this seminar!
(Attention: registration != subscription)
Contents and Course Structure
Several topics in the area of Database Administration
are studied in this course with emphasis on:
- Database Security
- Storage Management
- Performance Management/Optimization
- Data Concurrency and Consistency
In the first part of the seminar, students are requested to collect material on some aspect of the above topics and prepare a
and an oral presentation. The focus is on
generally applicable concepts - independent of concrete products.
In the second part of the seminar, we will discuss these concepts
on a concrete database system, namely DB2. Students will then be requested to extend their written reports from the first part by a brief
reflection where the general concepts are
juxtaposed with the concrete realization.
The knowledge acquired in this seminar enables the students to pass the
IBM Certified Database Associate.
IBM Austria invites every participant of this seminar to do the certification exam free of charge.
For details, see
Please note that the
certification exam is optional and independent of the course assessment.
First class on 9 March 2015: slides will be provided here.
Presence in the classes is compulsory.
Assessment for the "Seminar aus Datenbanken"
will be based on:
- written report (8-10 pages)
- oral presentation
(ca. 20 min, depending on number of participants)
- reflection (1-2 pages)
Moreover, active participation in the discussions is expected.
The details will be fixed in the first class.
IBM Austria invites every participant of this seminar to do the
certification exam free of charge. This exam corresponds to the
IBM Certified Database Associate.
The certification exam will take place
at IBM (Obere Donaustraße 95, 1020 Wien)
towards the end of the semester.
Details will be provided in the
first class of the seminar. For further information, see also
on Campus Initiative.
Last modified 24 February, 2015