Winter Term 2014/15

Univ. of
Salzburg
Basics of Software Development
Level: Master/PhD, Type: lecture, 2 ECTS, Language: English
in cooperation with Dr. Günther Sagl
Univ. of
Salzburg
Basics of Software Development
Level: Master/PhD, Type: lab exercise, 4 ECTS, Language: English
in cooperation with Dr. Günther Sagl
Heidelberg
University
Research Group ("Kleine Forschergruppe")
Level: Master, Type: project, 15 ECTS, Language: English
in cooperation with Dr. Günther Sagl                

 

 

Summer Term 2014

Heidelberg
University
Research Group ("Kleine Forschergruppe")
Level: Master, Type: project, 15 ECTS, Language: English
in cooperation with Dr. Günther Sagl                
Univ. of
Salzburg
Basics of Software Development
Level: Master/PhD, Type: lab exercise, 4 ECTS, Language: English

 

 

 

Winter Term 2013/14

Heidelberg
University
Mobile Geo-Technologies for Environmental Management and Real-time Cities
Level: Master, Type: lecture, 6 ECTS, Language: English
in cooperation with Dr. Günther Sagl
Heidelberg
University
Mobile Geo-Technologies for Environmental Management and Real-time Cities
Level: Master, Type: lab exercise, 6 ECTS, Language: English
in cooperation with Dr. Günther Sagl
Univ. of
Salzburg
Basics of Software Development
Level: Master/PhD, Type: lecture, 2 ECTS, Language: English

 

 

Summer Term 2013

Heidelberg
University
Geo-sensor Networks for Live GI Analysis in Environmental Monitoring, Disaster Management and Smart Cities
Level: Master, Type: lecture, 6 ECTS, Language: English
Univ. of
Salzburg
Software Development in Geoinformatics
Level: Master/PhD, Type: lab exercise, 4 ECTS, Language: English

 

 

Winter Term 2012/13

Heidelberg
University
Mobile Geo-Technologies for Environmental Management and Real-time Cities
Level: Master, Type: lecture, 6 ECTS, Language: English
Heidelberg
University
Mobile Geo-Technologies for Environmental Management and Real-time Cities
Level: Master, Type: lab exercise, 6 ECTS, Language: English
Univ. of
Salzburg
Fundamentals and Concepts of Software Development
Level: Master/PhD, Type: lecture, 2 ECTS, Language: English
in cooperation with Dr. Günther Sagl
Univ. of
Osnabrück
Web Mapping and Web GIS
Level: Master, Type: lecture, 4 ECTS, Language: English

 

 

Summer Term 2012

Univ. of
Osnabrück
Mobile Systems and LBS
Level: Master, Type: lecture, 4 ECTS, Language: German
Univ. of
Osnabrück
Mobile Systems and LBS
Level: Master, Type: lab exercise, 4 ECTS, Language: German
Univ. of
Osnabrück
Interoperability in Geo-sensor Networks
Level: Bachelor, Type: seminar, 4 ECTS, Language: English
Univ. of
Osnabrück
Bachelor Project
Level: Bachelor, Type: project, 8 ECTS, Language: English
Univ. of
Salzburg
Software Development in Geoinformatics
Level: Master/PhD, Type: lab exercise, 3 ECTS, Language: English

 

 

Winter Term 2011/12

Univ. of
Osnabrück
Web Mapping and Web GIS
Level: Master, Type: lecture, 4 ECTS, Language: German
Univ. of
Osnabrück
Web Mapping and Web GIS
Level: Master, Type: lab exercise, 4 ECTS, Language: German
Univ. of
Osnabrück
Geo-visualisation
Level: Bachelor, Type: lab exercise, 4 ECTS, Language: English
Univ. of
Osnabrück
Introduction to Geo-sensor Networks
Level: Bachelor, Type: lecture, 4 ECTS, Language: English
Univ. of
Salzburg
Fundamentals and Concepts of Software Development
Level: Master/PhD, Type: lecture, 3 ECTS, Language: English

 

 

Summer Term 2011 and before

Univ. of
Salzburg
Softwareentwicklung in der Geoinformatikpraxis (ST11)
Level: Master/PhD, Type: lab exercise, 3 ECTS, Language: German
Univ. of
Salzburg
Grundlagen und Konzepte der Softwareentwicklung (WT10)
Level: Master/PhD, Type: lecture, 3 ECTS, Language: German
Univ. of
Salzburg
Softwareentwicklung in der Geoinformatikpraxis (ST11)
Level: Master/PhD, Type: lab exercise, 3 ECTS, Language: German
Univ. of
Salzburg
Grundlagen und Konzepte der Softwareentwicklung (WT11)
Level: Master/PhD, Type: lecture, 3 ECTS, Language: German
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