Quality and Usability

Usable Privacy

Seminar
(Jettkowski, Schmitt; 2 SWS, 3 LP, each WiSe)
LV-Number: 0434 L 922
Language: English

No registration in advance needed. The course is limited to 25 students.
If more than 25 students register for the course in the first session we apply the official rules from the current AllgStuPO §36 to limit the number of attendees.

This seminar provides an introduction to data privacy focussing on human aspects of usable privacy. Within the seminar the different concepts of usable privacy, human computer interaction and the legal requirements will be introduced, as well as experimental design requirements.

The seminar is designed around the concept of research-based teaching and thus, students participating in this seminar will conduct their own little experiment in the domain of usable privacy as group work. Topics will be given by the supervisor, as well as support and guidance throughout the whole process.

Access to Isis will be given in the tirst session. If you want to participate in the seminar, please come to the first session. In case you cannot participate, write us an email PRIOR to the first session.

If you have any further questions please sent an email to vera.schmitt[@]tu-berlin.de.

 

 

current semester

Access to Isis will be given in the first session. If you want to participate in the seminar, please come to the first session. In case you cannot participate, write us an email PRIOR to the first session!


Time: Wednesday, 10–12h
Location: Mainly online via Zoom/or TEL20 Auditroium, starts on 26.10

Pre-recorded video lectures and live Zoom sessions (the supervisor will be on a research stay abroad for the first half of the seminar, but the final presentations can be organised offline) 

Topics:

  • Usable Privacy
  • Human Computer Interaction 
  • Experimental Design

Registration:

  • No registration in advance is needed.

  • The course is limited to 25 students.

  • If more than 25 students register for the course in the first session we apply the official rules from the current AllgStuPO §36 to limit the number of attendees.

Requirements:

  • Regular active participation

Project work:

  1. Conducting an experiment for a given topic as a group 
  2. Presentation of experimental results 
  3. Written project report