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Cyber-Resilient Systems

Cyber-Resilient Systems  

Seminare 2 SWS / 5 ECTS
Veranstalter: Lukas Gehrke
Zeit und Ort:

Vorbesprechung Seminar:

Donnerstag, 08.02.2024 um 16.00 Uhr in Raum 01.08.033, vor Ort


Thursday, Feb 8th at 4:00 p.m. in room 01.08.033, in person only

Pre-Meeting Slides - Note that letter of motivation is up to 500 words.

Course planned: Thursday, 10.00 h - 12.00 h in room 01.08.033

Beginn: 2024-04-18

The lecture is given in english
The slides are available in english


After a short introduction to cyber resilience and academic work, you choose a sub-topic of cyber resilience and collect current research about it to write a scientific report and prepare a presentation including a discussion. The objective is to increase your skills in scientific search, writing and presenting while you are studying an exciting recent topic in cyber security. In between we will have optional status meetings on your progress in case problems and questions have arisen.

There will be no live stream or recording of the seminar meetings.

Content Description

The seminar’s content is built around cyber resilience. According to the NIST, cyber resilience can be defined as “The ability to anticipate, withstand, recover from, and adapt to adverse conditions, stresses, attacks, or compromises on systems that use or are enabled by cyber resources.” It is a broadly formualted umbrella term and many topics can be identified as related to it.

Your task within the seminar is to pick such a topic, carry out a literature search and afterwards write a report and create a presentation on it. You choose from a list of available topics after receiving a brief introduction. The final list of topics will be released later.

Example topics will be announced during the pre-meeting. Final list of topics will be announced later.

Learning Objectives

The main objective of the seminar is for you to gain skills in scientific work. On top of that, you will learn something about the topics discussed in the seminar.

You are going to practise writing a scientific report and presenting your results in a talk. With the report you elaborate a scientific research question, apply scientific methodologies, and present the topic and your results in a written form. The objective of the presentation is to communicate your topic and results in an oral form, reduce complex content to key aspects, and explain the knowledge you gained to the other participants. On top of that, the presentation provides the possibility to discuss a topic and results among participants. During the semester you hand in intermediate results so that we can identify and fix any problems before the final submissions.

Further Details

Audience: Interested Bachelor's and Master's students

Capacity: 7