Studying Business Informatics or Informatics
- Business informatics at TU Vienna
- Computer science at TU Vienna
- Study programmes at TU Vienna
- Student union for business informatics
- Student union for informatics
Guidelines for seminars and theses
All papers and theses written at the Business Informatics Group must be written in LaTex and must follow the rules defined in the templates above. Furthermore master’s theses and bachelor’s theses must be in accordance with the rules and guidelines of the faculty of informatics.
- Guidelines for seminar talks
- How to give a good research talk
- Guide for searching literature
- Presentation checklist
- ACM Digital Library
- IEEE Xplorer
- SpringerLink Online Libraries – Computer Science
- Elsevir Science Direkt
- CiteSeer – Scientific Literature Digital Library
- CoRR – Computing Research Repository
- Google Scholar
- HP Technical Reports
- IBM Technical Papers
- Microsoft Research Publications and Technical Reports
- Computer Science Library Universität Trier (dblp)
- The Collection of Computer Science Bibliographies
- Applying to Ph.D. Programs in Computer Science by Mor Harchol-Balter
- Advice to a Beginning Graduate Student by Manuel Blum
- The Researchers Bible by Alan Bundy et al.
- The Researchers Bible (Modified)
- Tips and Tricks for Communication in Computer Science: Reviews, Papers and Talks by Olivier Danvy
- The illustrated guide to a Ph.D. by Matt Might
Writing and Publishing
- How to Write an Informatics Paper by Alan Bundy
- Writing good Software Engineering Research Papers: A Minitutorial by Mary Shaw
Presenting and Reviewing
- The Role of Experimentation in Software Engineering: Past, Current, and Future by Victor R. Basili
- Experimentation in Software Engineering by Victor R. Basili et al.
- What makes good research in software engineering? by Mary Shaw
- Experimental Evaluation in Computer Science :A Quantitative Study by Walter F. Tichy et al.
- Should computer scientists experiment more? by Walter F. Tichy in IEEE Computer Vol. 31, No. 5. pp. 32-40, 1998.
- Experimental models for validating technology by Marvin V. Zelkowitz, and Dolores R. Wallace in IEEE Computer Vol. 31, No. 5. pp. 23-31, 1998.
- A Theoreticians Guide to the Experimental Analysis of Algorithms by David S. Johnson in the Proceedings of the 5th and 6th DIMACS Implementation Challenges, Goldwasser, Johnson, and McGeoch (eds.), American Mathematical Society, 2002.
- A Multi-Perspective Framework for Evaluating Conceptual Models in Organisational Change by Frank Wolff, and Ulrich Frank
- Multi-Perspective Enterprise Modeling (MEMO) – Conceptual Framework and Modeling Languages by Ulrich Frank
- Conceptual Modelling as the Core of the Information Systems Discipline – Perspectives and Epistemological Challenges by Ulrich Frank
- A bibliography of Cognitive Dimensions papers by Alan Blackwell