Case Studies Seminar

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In the Case Studies seminar, internal ETH and external speakers present examples from their own fields of application – from modelling to computer-based problem solving.

Bachelor as well as Master students must attend the Case Studies seminar twice. Beside of attending the scientific talks students are asked to give short presentations (10 minutes) on a published paper out of a list.

In addition, there are student presentations on term papers.

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Current Case Studies Program

Info for speakers in the Case Studies Seminar

Each semester a students seminar is organized on 'Case Studies in CSE' (in German: 'Fallstudien in Rechnergestützten Wissenschaften').

The seminar takes place on Thursdays at the ETH Zürich main building, HG D16.2, from 15.15 to 16.00 and 16.15 to 17.00 (two lessons with a15 minutes break). The aim is to show the students (Master students and 3d year Bachelor students) an interesting applied problem from the  mathematical modelling to the simulation on the computer. Moreover, the seminar should give the students an impression of what is going on in the CSE business and make them familiar with application areas.

Student Presentations

Tips for students on doing Presentations

How To Give Strong Technical Presentations (Markus Püschel): slides, course page, other materiials  

Old Tips on Presenting a subject/paper (PDF, 12 KB)



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