Course Information HY-533 is a seminar course in the area of Computer Networks, which will focus on Security issues, Privacy, and Intelligence on the Internet. It will cover security issues faced by Internet Service Providers , ie large networks such as those of OTE and FORTHNET in Greece, of Deutsche Telekom in Europe, and AT & T worldwide. Also, the course will focus on modern research (and industrial) trends to address such problems by using Software Defined Network (SDN) technologies that make computer networks "Smarter". Additionally, the course will cover research trends related to data Transparency of Internet users (this concerns the data transparency both of the end-user as well as of entire companies / networks).
Another aim of the course is to introduce students to modern techniques for the cultivation of innovative thinking and research, with the ultimate objective of linking research, innovation and entrepreneurship. For this purpose, design thinking methodology will be used. Students will apply the methodology through working in teams in a challenge that will be relative to the course’s literature. A mentor will be assigned to every team in order to advise students.
Finally, the course’s objective is that students are able to work together in teams and communicate effectively , both in writing and orally.
For this purpose, there will be 3-4 lectures on the topics:
How to effectively present research?
How to write a scientific article
How to work effectively in a team?
Course Credits: 6 ECTS
What is Design Thinking?
Physical presence is mandatory
Final oral exams (40%)
Ιntermediate and final assignments on design challenge (30%) (team assessment)
Research paper presentation (15%)
Quality of feedback provided to the other teams (15%)
Log-in to one of the CS department's systems.
Create a folder named askN where N is the current assignment to be submitted (N = 1, 2, 3,...,etc).
Place in askN all the files that you want to submit.
Use cd to make the directory one level above askN your current working directory.
Issue the following command: turnin assignmentN@hy533 askN
The steps outlined above will result in copying your askN folder into the account used by the HY-533 course. Each student's submission is associated with his/her login ID, and is assigned a time-stamp using the system's clock. You may also consult these directions .