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Metabolomics – An Introduction

Trainer:

Dr. Karin Kleigrewe
Center Leader Metabolomics
Bavarian Biomolecular Mass Spectrometry Center (BayBioMS), Technische Universität München

Dr. Michael Witting
Research Team Leader “C. elegans Metabolomics & Lipidomics”
Research Unit Analytical BioGeoChemistry
Helmholtz Zentrum München

Date:

09. – 13.10.2017, ca. 9:00 - 17:00

Mo., 9.10.2017: Theory, Part 1
Tue., 10.10.2017: Theory, Part 2
Wed., 11.10.2017: Practice Day 1
Thur., 12.10.2017: Practice Day 2
Fr., 13.10.2017: Data Evaluation and Presentation of Results

Location:

Campus Weihenstephan Freising

Room:

Graduiertenzentrum Weihenstephan (Alte Akademie 6)
Roomfinder

Practical part at Helmholtz Zentrum München

Language:

English

Status:

Registration: gzw.trainings@wzw.tum.de

The course is free of cost.

Details:

This course aims to introduce the field of Metabolomics to master students, doctoral candidates and postdocs, which would like to integrate it into their own research. It is applicable to researchers in different fields of the life sciences. Participation in this course will give you the tools to plan and execute metabolomics experiments in collaboration with metabolomics core facilities or collaboration partners. The course will also provide the possibility for small hands-on projects where participant can measure their own samples using the metabolomics technology.
Metabolomics is one of the functional genomics tools, besides transcriptomics and proteomics. Its goal is to comprehensively monitor and quantify metabolites and thereby obtain a snapshot of a systems metabolic state, which can be related to different pathophysiological states.
To do so, metabolomics uses different analytical chemistry tools such as mass spectrometry (MS), with and without hyphenation to prior separation techniques, or nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR). These tools can be used in two different ways. While non-targeted metabolomics aims to detect as much as possible metabolites semi quantitatively (e.g. fold change), targeted metabolomics focusses on a smaller subset, e.g. metabolites of a specific pathway and quantifies them absolutely.
In order to understand limitations and possibilities of metabolomics approaches an introduction to different analytical methodologies will be given. Together with the knowledge about experimental design in metabolomics and data analysis strategies the participants are able to plan and conduct metabolomics experiments together with core facilities or metabolomics collaborators and can practices their skills with their own sample sets

Aims:
• Understanding of metabolomics as functional genomics tool and its role in systems biology
• Understanding different terminologies used, e.g. targeted and non-targeted metabolomics and their respective analysis scope
• Differentiation of targeted and non-targeted methodology and their possibilities
• Basic understanding of analytical technologies used in metabolomics, e.g. LC-MS, NMR and others
• Experimental setup in metabolomics and perquisites for successful metabolomics studies
• Small hands-on projects to apply the metabolomics technology to your own research
• Basics of metabolomics data analysis

Content:
• What is metabolomics and how can it help my research?
• What technologies and approaches are used in metabolomics?
• What can I measure and what not with metabolomics?
• How do I design a metabolomics experiment?
• How do I apply the technology to my own research questions?
• How do I analyze metabolomics data?
• Analysis of selected metabolomics publications Practical part: Hands-on projects at BayBioMS WZW

Students who want to propose their own sample set for the practical part should submit a half-page description of the goals and the experimental setup to Dr. Karin Kleigrewe and Dr. Michael Witting until mid of July 2017 latest.


Forschungsseminar der Lebensmittelchemie

Organization:

Lehrstuhl für Lebensmittelchemie und molekulare Sensorik
Lehrstuhl für Analytische Lebensmittelchemie
Professur für Biotechnologie der Naturstoffe
Deutsche Forschungsanstalt für Lebensmittelchemie

Gefördert durch das Graduiertenzentrum Weihenstephan

Date:

Im Semester (SS/WS) jeden Montag 17:00 - 18:00

Location:

Campus Weihenstephan Freising

Room:

Vom 24.04 bis 19.06 im HS22
und vom 26.06 bis zum 24.07.2017 im HS23

Language:

Deutsch/English

Status:

Registration: corinna.dawid@tum.de

Keine Teilnahme-Gebühr.

Details:

Die Veranstaltung bietet den DoktorandInnen, Postdocs, HabilitandInnen und Masterstudierenden der Arbeitsgruppen der Lebensmittelchemie und der Deutschen Forschungsanstalt für Lebensmittelchemie eine Plattform zur Präsentation ihrer Ergebnisse in Form von Vorträgen. Darüber hinaus eröffnet sie die Möglichkeit, sich über das breite Spektrum aktueller Forschungen in der Lebensmittelchemie hier am Campus Weihenstephan, von molekularsensorischen bis hin zu toxikologischen Aspekten zu informieren. Die gegenseitige Kenntnis der Arbeits- und Interessengebiete und die anregende und unkomplizierte Atmosphäre sollen Diskussionen und Kooperationen der verschiedenen Arbeitsgruppen fördern und damit das Zusammenwirken der lebensmittelchemisch orientierten Arbeitsgruppen hier am Standort stärken.
Darüber hinaus werden mindestens einmal pro Semester externe Redner aus der Forschung oder der Industrie eingeladen, die einen spannenden Überblick über Forschung und Entwicklung innerhalb der unterschiedlichen, lebensmittelchemischen Themenschwerpunkte geben.


Teaching in the lab!

Trainer:

Dr. Judit Tuschak, Pro Lehre

Date:

22.05.2017, 09:00 - 13:00

Location:

Campus Weihenstephan Freising

Room:

Seminar room at Graduiertenzentrum Weihenstephan

Language:

Deutsch/English

Status:

Registration: gzw.trainings@wzw.tum.de

The course is free of cost.

Details:

How to supervise lab courses to promote learning?

You are an laboratory assistant who supervises students in an existing lab course – how can you contribute to provide ideal learning conditions for the students? How can you encourage the students to gain first experiences with scientific experimental work – instead of simply replicating and collecting data? This workshop focuses on effective communication with students to promote learning in lab courses.

Learning objectives
After the workshop you will be able to:
• show how sustainable learning in laboratories works
• name strategies for encouraging the students to learn effectively in the laboratory
• optimize your communication with the students

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Praktika betreuen: effektiv und lernförderlich

Inhalte:
Sie sind als AssistentIn eingeteilt, eine Gruppe von Studierenden in einem bestehenden Praktikum zu betreuen – was können Sie tun, damit die Studierenden im Praktikum optimal lernen? Welche Impulse können Sie setzen, damit die Studierenden erste Erfahrungen mit wissenschaftlich-experimentellem Arbeiten sammeln können – statt nur „nachzukochen“ oder Daten zu sammeln? Der Workshop richtet sich an alle AssistentInnen im Labor und fokussiert Strategien für eine lernförderliche und konstruktive Betreuung im Praktikum.

Lernziele
Nach dem Workshop sind Sie in der Lage,
• darzulegen, wie Lernen im Labor nachhaltig funktioniert.
• Strategien zu benennen, mit denen Sie studentisches Lernen im Labor effektiv fördern können.
• mit den Studierenden zielführend zu kommunizieren.


Hacky Hour - Scientific Computing Peer Group

Trainer:

Anja Mösch, Evans Kataka
Chair of Genome-Oriented Bioinformatics

Date:

03.05.2017, 16:00-17:00

Location:

Campus Weihenstephan Freising

Room:

Graduiertenzentrum Weihenstephan

Language:

Deutsch/English

Status:

Registration: gzw.trainings@wzw.tum.de

The course is free of costs.

Details:

The aim of the hacky hour is to provide a place for people to ask research IT-related questions, solve problems, and network with other doctoral candidates.

Anyone is welcome to turn up!

Bring your laptop.
Free coffee and tea is offered.


Seminar series "Advanced Mass Spectrometry"

Organization:

Bavarian Biomolecular Mass Spectrometry Center (BayBioMS)

Date:

10.05., 19.07.2017 - each 16:45 to 18:30

Location:

Campus Weihenstephan Freising

Room:

to be announced

Language:

English

Status:

Registration: baybioms@tum.de

The course is free of cost.

Details:

Are you interested in learning about mass spectrometry in metabolomics and proteomics? We offer a seminar series for everyone interested in mass spectrometry in general and its application at TUM in particular. The aim is to provide a platform for scientific interaction and the opportunity to present your own research project within an interdisciplinary research community.

This seminar is suited for researchers in different fields of life sciences which are interested in applying or already use mass spectrometry for their particular research question; as well as for those who would like to hear more about this technology and its use by other research groups at TUM.

This seminar series covers:

- Scientific talks about research projects in the field of metabolomics, proteomics and bioinformatics
- Insights into experimental design, applied methods and data interpretation
- Information about the basics and application areas of mass spectrometry
- Scientific input and discussion of presented projects

This seminar series offers:

- Understanding of mass spectrometry based metabolomics and proteomics
- Insights into data interpretation, visualization and statistical validation of mass spectrometric data
- Scientific and interdisciplinary exchange with other researchers
- Learning about other people’s projects and collaboration possibilities within TUM
- The opportunity to present your own research project

Participants of the seminar series will deepen their knowledge about mass spectrometry based metabolomics, proteomics and related bioinformatics and will gain insight into research projects at TUM.

There will be a GZW certificate of participation for joining four seminars (certificate subject specific qualification) and a second GZW certificate for presenting your own research project (certificate scientific presentation).


Writing Scientific Manuscripts - High-Impact Practices

Trainer:

Prof. Dr. Ulrike Müller
California State University Fresno

Date:

19.06. – 22.06.2017,
9:00-17:00

Location:

Campus Weihenstephan, Freising

Room:

Graduiertenzentrum Weihenstephan (Alte Akademie 8a)
Roomfinder

Language:

English (German possible if desired)

Status:

Registration: gzw.trainings@wzw.tum.de

The course is free of cost.

Details:

Publishing a high-impact paper or being awarded a big research grant are career makers for a scientist. Writing high-impact science requires polish and politics. So your success will depend not just on your ability to write clearly and succinctly, but also your ability to identify and communicate with confidence the core messages of your research. In this workshop, we will learn effective scientific writing and then take what we learned to prepare an actual scientific manuscript. You will read and edit both published and unpublished scientific manuscripts, and you will prepare your own scientific manuscript.

Scientist Instructor
This course is taught by an active scientist who has published in and reviewed for high-impact journals (Nature, Science), worked as an assistant editor for a scientific journal, and has written and reviewed grant proposals for European and American agencies. Dr. Ulrike Müller has worked as an international scientist at eight universities in four countries in Europe, America and Asia. She is currently a professor at California State University Fresno.

Workshop format
The course will be structured like a workshop with short lectures punctuating group and individual tasks, such as preparing, editing and rewriting a draft, and group discussions. You will do some online fact finding and work through online material, both in and outside of class. Be prepared to talk about your research in class and to write a short scientific article concerning your research.

Learning outcomes
By the end of this workshop, you should be able to
• break your scientific research down into its core arguments
• build a logical narrative from those core arguments
• identify and eliminate non-essential facts and concepts from a narrative
• restructure & formulate sentences to increase their clarity and enhance their functioning within a narrative
• effectively use and provide peer feedback to quickly develop a rough draft into a final manuscript
• write and edit a manuscript within a team

Workshop materials
All necessary reading material will be provided as part of the workshop, unless announced otherwise. You need to bring a laptop, notepad and pen. Ideally, you have a manuscript in an advanced stage of preparation that you will work on during this workshop.


Survival Guide to Peer Review

Trainer:

Prof. Dr. Ulrike Müller
California State University Fresno

Date:

23.06.2017,
9:00-17:00

Location:

Campus Weihenstephan, Freising

Room:

Graduiertenzentrum Weihenstephan (Alte Akademie 8a)
Roomfinder

Language:

English (German possible if desired)

Status:

Registration: gzw.trainings@wzw.tum.de

The course is free of cost.

Details:

Peer reviewers are still the stalwarts for quality and honesty in scientific publications despite great debate about the validity of peer review and experiments with new formats, such as open and post-publication peer review. To early-career scientists, the respective responsibilities and powers of peer reviewers and editors are not always clear. Peer reviews may appear unhelpful at best and discouraging at worst, seemingly demanding an unfeasible expansion of a study’s scope or a drastic change of a manuscript’s message. In this workshop, we will develop strategies for responding to reviewer comments constructively and then prepare an actual reply letter. You will read and discuss reviewer comments and successful as well as unsuccessful replies to real manuscripts, and you will have the opportunity to get feedback and input on reviewer comments to your own scientific manuscript.

Scientist Instructor
This course is taught by an active scientist who has published in high-impact journals and reviewed for more than 20 different scientific journals in life and natural sciences, engineering, and computer sciences, including high-impact cross-disciplinary journals (Science, Nature). Dr. Ulrike Müller was an assistant editor for a scientific journal. She has worked as an international scientist at eight universities in four countries in Europe, America, and Asia. She is currently a professor at California State University Fresno.

Workshop format
The course will be structured like a workshop with short lectures on the role, process, and practices of peer review punctuating group and individual tasks (such as preparing a reply to reviewer comments), and discussions of best practices, current trends, misconceptions and common fallacies when preparing a response. We will develop strategies to prepare a strong and constructive reply to reviewer comments. Be prepared to talk about your research with other workshop participants.

Learning outcomes
By the end of this workshop, you should be able to
• differentiate between fundamental criticisms that recognize true shortcomings in your science and comments that indicate fundamental misunderstandings of your manuscript by the reviewer
• formulate succinct, strong, and constructive responses to reviewer comments
• anticipate reviewer concerns before you submit your manuscript for peer review
• restructure & formulate sentences to increase their clarity and strengthen their message
• effectively use and provide peer feedback to quickly prepare strong responses to reviewers

Workshop materials
All necessary reading material will be provided as part of the workshop, unless announced otherwise. You need to bring a laptop, notepad and pen. You are strongly encouraged to bring peer reviews that you received for your manuscript(s), so you can receive targeted advice on how to address difficult suggestions.


Writing Scientific Proposals

Trainer:

Prof. Dr. Ulrike Müller
California State University Fresno

Date:

26.06. – 29.06.2017,
9:00 - 17:00

Location:

Campus Weihenstephan, Freising

Room:

Graduiertenzentrum Weihenstephan (Alte Akademie 8a)
Roomfinder

Language:

English

Status:

Registration: gzw.trainings@wzw.tum.de

The course is free of cost.

Details:

Grant writing is a high-stake competition. Success rates are often well below 50%, and funding rounds are often limited to just one submission round per year. The main difference between the bottom 10% of funded proposals and the top 10% of unfunded proposals is rarely in the scientific merit but in the quality of the writing. Good writing cannot make up for bad science, but ‘grantsmanship’ can turn good science into a fundable proposal. Proposals usually also have strict length limits, content and formatting requirements. So, your success depends not just on your ability to identify and communicate with confidence the core ideas of your research but also on your ability to write clearly and succinctly. In this workshop, we will learn effective scientific writing and then take what we learned to prepare an actual proposal. You will read, analyze, and edit proposals, and you will prepare your own proposal.

Learning outcomes
By the end of this workshop, you should be able to
• break your scientific research down into its core scientific questions
• build a logical narrative with hypotheses, null hypotheses, predictions, and expected outcomes
• develop a timeline and identify go/no-go milestones
• identify and eliminate non-essential facts and concepts from a narrative
• restructure & formulate sentences to increase their clarity and to build the narrative
• effectively use and provide peer feedback to quickly develop a rough draft into a final proposal
• write and edit a proposal within a team

Workshop materials
All necessary reading material will be provided as part of the workshop, unless announced otherwise. You need to bring a laptop, notepad, and pen. Ideally, you have identified a possible funding agency and have begun to develop a proposal that you will work on during this workshop.


Project Management in Biotech Industries

Trainer:

Dr. rer. nat. Christian Grote-Westrick

Date:

17.11.2017, 09:00 – 17:00

Location:

Campus Weihenstephan Freising

Room:

GZW (Alte Akademie 8a, 1st floor)

Language:

English

Status:

Registration: gzw.trainings@wzw.tum.de

Registration Deadline: 20.10.2017

The course is free of cost.

Details:

In this 1-day workshop general tasks and responsibilities of a project manager in biotech industries are illustrated. Here prospective project managers already experience their future challenges and beyond that useful solution strategies and management concepts are mediated to the participants. These strategies will be instrumental for solving problems in leading positions in biopharmaceutical areas. Through an informative – interactive programme participants receive information on important aspects of GMP conform pharmaceutical production, risk management in biotech industries and modern management strategies.

This workshop takes place in two parts: in the beginning the docent points up general requirements for establishing a medical product referring to the legal background as medical product law, GMP guidelines and process validation of medical products. The second part deals with advanced topics as maintenance and optimisation of production lines, cost-efficient production of drugs and facilitating production via outsourcing. Especially in this part interactivity is a significant tool to accelerate application of management strategies which are helpful in biotech projects. Here participants face different authentic scenarios from biopharma industries and will work out solutions for realising production of specific medical products under consideration of legal and logistic limitations. In this regard management strategies of other pharmaceutical companies are presented, to illustrate realisation procedures of blockbuster drugs. In general the workshop will be arranged as round table discussion where every participant is able to ask questions and discuss topics of interest.

The main target of this workshop is the delivery of advantages to participants, which can be supporting in application and interviews for jobs in biotechnological industries. An interactive programme prepares scientists for essential aspects of biotech project management and transfers numerous background information and advices to master challenges in biopharmaceutical production successfully.

Programme
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Biotech Quality Manager / Regulatory Affairs Manager – Job Insights and Training

Trainer:

Dr. rer. nat. Christian Grote-Westrick

Date:

18.11.2017, 09:00 – 16:00

Location:

Campus Weihenstephan Freising

Room:

GZW (Alte Akademie 8a, 1st floor)

Language:

English

Status:

Registration: gzw.trainings@wzw.tum.de

Registration Deadline: 20.10.2017

The course is free of cost.

Details:

Quality Management becomes obligatory for companies producing medical products such as drugs and diagnostics. Especially
international business and approval requires certified quality management systems thus new quality managers have quite attractive job prospects these days.
For reproducible processing in biotech manufacturing and also total traceability at all stages of production quality managers in biotech industry face several important tasks
and challenges.

This workshop illustrates the job of quality managers in biotech companies dealing with general regulating documents
(ISO 9001), medical products (ISO 13485), analytical and calibrating services (ISO
17025) and US market approvals (510(k) procedure). Within this workshop participants will construct an own quality management system for their own fictional company with
different product focus.


Workshop directory:
1. Introduction into quality management

2. Setup of quality management handbooks

3. How to certify quality managements

4. Case studies: quality managements of biotech companies

5. Approval of medical products based on QM systems (European Union, United States of America, Asian Markets)

6. Interaction (setup of quality management for own company)
3 groups:
Company 1: QM system compliant to ISO 9001
Company 2: QM system compliant to ISO 13485
Company 3: QM system compliant to ISO 17025

7. Job Preview: Quality Manager (Tasks and Goals)

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Advanced Statistical Service

Trainer:

Prof. Donna Ankerst, Assistant Christina Lehermeier

Date:

During SS 2017,
every Monday 10:00 - 11:30,

first date: 24.04.2017

Room:

Campus Weihenstephan
HEZ, S 88

Language:

English

Status:

Registration: gzw.trainings@wzw.tum.de

The course is free of cost.

Details:

This course follows the Introduction to Statistics course and is designated for Master and PhD students who would like a comprehensive treatment of applied regression. A solid understanding of basic probability, statistical estimation and hypothesis testing is required as prerequisites to the course. The course covers simple and multiple linear regression, including specification issues and transformation, model checking by residual and influence diagnostics, model selection processes, including the stepwise AIC and BIC procedures, and ends with a brief introduction to analysis of variance (ANOVA) and experimental design. Students are not required to program in R for the course, but are required to understand R commands and output provided. For the students who want to use the opportunity to learn R, R code is provided for all lecture examples and homework.


Writing Scientific English for Publication

Trainer:

Dr. John Guess

Date:

4 day seminar:
09.05.2017, 9:00-12:00
12.05.2017, 9:00-12:00
16.05.2017, 9:00-12:00
19.05.2017, 9:00-12:00

Seminar in the morning, Individual support from 13:00-16:00

Location:

Campus Weihenstephan, Freising

Room:

Graduiertenzentrum Weihenstephan (Alte Akademie 6)
Roomfinder

Language:

English

Status:

Registration: gzw.trainings@wzw.tum.de

The course is free of cost.

Details:

Essential workshop for those students finishing scientific manuscripts for publication.

NECESSARY FOR PARTICIPATION are advanced research results together with background information on the "knowledge gap" that your research fills and an overview of your work's importance in its specialized field. Manuscripts will be supported individually.

This course aims at enhancing the participants’ skills in writing and editing English for scientific publication, including dissertations. Emphasis is placed on efficiency, accuracy, fluency, and better style. An introduction to publishing in scientific journals will be given by a professional editor along with invaluable tips for publishing from a successful academic. Active writing is an integral part of the course, with corrected exercises returned for feedback. Typical mistakes in grammar will be tackled together with a review and build-up of essential vocabulary. Each participant will be given individual attention to the manuscript they have produced on 1-1 basis.

Topics:
• Increasing the level of readability by writing more effective sentences and paragraphs in English, avoiding ambiguity.
• Optimizing the structure of a scientific paper, sentences, paragraphs and sections, individual attention to your own already written work and papers.
• Writing effective descriptive and informative abstracts.
• Learning techniques for strong, coherent arguments.
• Reviewing points of grammar where the most mistakes are made.
• Marking core vocabulary of the most frequent items in scientific texts.
• Improving readability with guidelines for better English style, increasing chances of acceptance for publication.


Gestaltung und Präsentation wissenschaftlicher Poster – Ein Workshop

Trainer:

Dr. Daniela Röder

Date:

19.07.2017, 09:30-15:30

Location:

Campus Weihenstephan, Freising

Room:

Graduiertenzentrum Weihenstephan (Alte Akademie 8a)
Roomfinder

Language:

Deutsch

Status:

Anmeldung: gzw.trainings@wzw.tum.de

Keine Teilnahme-Gebühr.

Details:

Wie bereite ich meine Daten für eine Präsentation verständlich grafisch auf? Wie gestalte ich mein eigenes Poster und komme dadurch ins Gespräch mit anderen Wissenschaftlern?
Diesen Fragen und viele mehr können Sie im Workshop „Gestaltung wissenschaftlicher Poster“ gemeinsam mit anderen Doktoranden aktiv nachgehen. Neben dem Handwerkszeug der Postererstellung werden wir uns auch mit kreativen Möglichkeiten der Gestaltung und der Präsentation beschäftigen.

Während des Workshops besteht die Möglichkeit, sich für einen Follow up-Termin anzumelden. Dieser bietet neben der Gelegenheit die Poster erneut zu präsentieren und zu diskutieren auch die Zeit, um neuen Ideen einzuarbeiten.


R zum Selbststudium

Trainer:

Dr.-Ing. Hannes Petermeier

Event:

Online-Seminar zum Selbststudium

Language:

Deutsch

Status:

Anmeldung unter REiS (S11)

Zur Freischaltung des Kurses schreiben Sie bitte eine Email an Hannes Petermeier.

Falls Sie keine TUMonline-Kennung besitzen, melden Sie sich bitte bei Daniela Röder vom GZW.

Details:

Im Wesentlichen unterteilt sich der Kurs in die Teile

Notwendige Vorbereitung - Abschnitte 1 und 2; Dauer ca. 1/4 h
Daten, Skalenniveaus, Tabellen - Abschnitte 3 und 4; Dauer ca. 1h
Deskriptive Statistik - Abschnitte 5 und 7; Dauer ca. 2 1/2 h
Wahrscheinlichkeitsmodelle - Abschnitt 7; Dauer ca. 1 1/2 h
Inferentielle Statistik - Abschnitte 8, 9 und 10; Dauer ca. 2 1/2 h

Jeder der Abschnitte ist in sich geschlossen. Die Abschnitte bauen aber aufeinander auf. Da es auch praktisch ist, wenn man die Kursunterlagen zum nachschlagen immer wieder nutzt, sind die Kursunterlagen als fortlaufendes Dokument mit abgelegt.


E-Learning - Einführung in die Statistik

Trainer:

Prof. Donna Ankerst, Sonja Grill, Dr. Hannes Petermeier, Dr. Harald Amon, Magnus Kellermann

Event:

Online-Seminar zum Selbststudium

Language:

Deutsch

Status:

Anmeldung unter EiS (S14)

Falls Sie keine TUMonline-Kennung besitzen, melden Sie sich bitte bei Daniela Röder vom GZW.

Details:

Im Wesentlichen unterteilt sich der Kurs in die Teile

Notwendige Vorbereitung - Abschnitte 1 und 2; Dauer ca. 1/4 h
Daten, Skalenniveaus, Tabellen - Abschnitte 3 und 4; Dauer ca. 1h
Deskriptive Statistik - Abschnitte 5 und 7; Dauer ca. 2 1/2 h
Wahrscheinlichkeitsmodelle - Abschnitt 7; Dauer ca. 1 1/2 h
Inferentielle Statistik - Abschnitte 8, 9 und 10; Dauer ca. 2 1/2 h

Jeder der Abschnitte ist in sich geschlossen. Die Abschnitte bauen aber aufeinander auf. Da es auch praktisch ist, wenn man die Kursunterlagen zum nachschlagen immer wieder nutzt, sind die Kursunterlagen als fortlaufendes Dokument mit abgelegt.


E-Learning - LaTeX– Einführung

Trainer:

Corinna Keupp,
Benedikt Meier,
Christoph Nophut,
Hannes Petermeier

Event:

Moodle-Kurs

Language:

Deutsch

Status:

Anmeldung unter LaTeX - Einführung (W14)

Falls Sie keine TUMonline-Kennung besitzen, melden Sie sich bitte bei Daniela Röder vom GZW.

Details:

Für die Erstellung von wissenschaftlichen Arbeiten gibt es neben dem bekannten Textverarbeitungsprogramm Word auch (bessere) Alternativen. Die Bekannteste in diesem Bereich ist das Textsatzprogramm LaTeX.

Um die Einstiegshürde in LaTeX zu verkleinern, haben wir uns dazu entschieden, den Moodle-Kurs „Latex – Einführung“ aufzubauen.

Der Kurs wurde als Videocastreihe in Moodle konzipiert. Um am Kurs teilzunehmen, kann sich jeder Interessent selbst einschreiben.

Der Einführungskurs behandelt die grundlegenden Themen zum Erlernen des Textsatzprogrammes LaTeX in mehreren Videos:

1) Grundlagen: Was ist LaTeX überhaupt?
2) Verwendung von Paketen
3) Gliederung des Dokuments und verschiedene Verzeichnisse
4) Aufzählungen, Tabellen und Abbildungen
5) Mathematische Formeln
6) Literaturverwaltung und Zitation
7) Seitengestaltung und –layout

Ziel dieses Kurses soll es sein, Schritt für Schritt an LaTeX heranzuführen, sodass am Ende jeder in der Lage ist, eine wissenschaftliche Arbeit selbstständig in LaTeX anzufertigen.
Fragen oder Probleme, die über den Inhalt der Videocasts hinausgehen, können im Diskussionsforum des Moodle-Kurses gestellt werden.

Dieser Kurs wurde im Rahmen des Moduls „Angewandte technisch-naturwissenschaftlich Kommunikation“ von dem Studenten Benedikt Meier überarbeitet und weiterentwickelt.