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    Chair of Computer Science II - Software Engineering

    Regular Courses

    The Secure Software Systems Group offers the following courses.

    Courses

    Security of Software Systems 

    A masters level course about fundamental security concepts. The lecture aims to provide an overview of current attacks on modern computer systems, networks and software, as well as the measures implemented to protect against these attacks. The dicussed topics include: runtime attacks, web and network security, hardware and side-channel vulnerabilities as well as reverse-engineering concepts and malware. 

    LevelMaster
    SemesterSummer
    Credits5 ECTS
    LanguageEnglish, exam answers in German possible
    Classes2 h lecture + 2 h exercises per week
    Modules

    Sichere Softwaresysteme (10-I=SSS-1V)

    Ausgewählte Kapitel des Software Engineering (10-I=AKSE)

    Ausgewählte Kapitel aus der Informatik (10-I=AKI)

    AdministrationWueCampus

     

     

    Introduction to IT-Security

    A bachelor level course providing a sweep through many relevant concepts and technologies related to IT-security. The topics of this course range from cryptographic primitives and protocol security to software vulnerabilities and platform security.

    LevelBachelor
    SemesterWinter
    Credits5 ECTS
    LanguageEnglish, exam answers in German possible
    Classes2 h lecture + 2 h exercises per week
    Modules

    Grundlagen der Informatik (10-I-GI-1V)

    AdministrationWueCampus

     

     

    Seminars and Practica

    Seminar IT-Security

    A seminar about current topics related to IT-security. We select new topics every semester, with a focus on current research. The seminar consists of a report about the topic, a review of other seminar reports, as well a final presentation of the topic. The topics for each semester are announced on WueCampus approx. two weeks before the start of each semester. The registration is performed by email.

    LevelBachelor and Master
    SemesterSummer and Winter
    Credits5 ECTS
    LanguageGerman, English presentation and report possible
    Classes2 h seminar per week
    ModulesI-SEMx-1S
    Administration

    WueCampus

     

    Practicum Ethical Hacking Lab

    A practical course about network security, popular attacks and defenses, as well as hands-on experience exploiting and defending against vulnerabilities. The lab is interleaved with Cisco Netacad, so it is possible to get a Cisco Netacad Cybersecurity Operations certificate through a seperate exam.

    LevelMaster
    SemesterSummer (during semester break)
    Credits10 ECTS
    LanguageEnglish
    Modules

    Praktikum – Aktuelle Themen der Informatik (10-I=PRAK)

     

    Master Practicum "Sichere Softwaresysteme"

    Our currently open topics can be found here. You can also contact us  to discuss topics.

    Bachelor/Master Thesis

    Our currently open thesis topics can be found here. If you would like to suggest a topic, contact us.

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    Kontakt

    Lehrstuhl für Informatik II (Software Engineering)
    Am Hubland
    97074 Würzburg

    Tel.: +49 931 31-86601
    E-Mail

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