Current courses


Internetworking with TCP/IP (2014)
Prof. Dr. Christoph Meinel
Have you ever thought about how often you turn to the Internet throughout the day? Whether it be ordering a book or ticket online, checking the latest news or writing an email, everyday life without the Internet is nearly unimaginable. But wouldn’t it be nice to know how all of this is possible? This course will teach you about the technological foundation of this worldwide network. You will learn about its physical foundation of data transmission based on the functional principles and technologies of local area networks (LANs) and wide area networks (WANs). The TCP/IP reference model – the “heart” of the Internet – and its protocols and countless applications, will be presented in the units to follow. Participants will gain comprehensive insight into the complex world of Internet technologies. In clear terms, you will receive the knowledge to unlock the mysteries of the Internet.
March 31, 2014 08:00 (UTC) to May 19, 2014 21:00 (UTC)English

Upcoming courses


Knowledge Engineering with Semantic Web Technologies
Dr. Harald Sack
The knowledge contained in the World Wide Web is available in interlinked documents written in natural language. To make use of this knowledge, technologies such as natural language processing, information retrieval, data and knowledge mining must be applied. Semantic Web technologies follow an alternative approach by complementing web documents with explicit semantics based on formal knowledge representations, such as e.g. ontologies. In this course, you will learn the fundamentals of Semantic Web technologies and how they are applied for knowledge representation in the World Wide Web. You will learn how to represent knowledge with ontologies and how to access and benefit from semantic data on the Web. Furthermore, you will also learn how to make use of Linked Data and the Web of Data, currently the most popular applications based on Semantic Web technologies.
May 26, 2014 08:00 (UTC) to July 15, 2014 22:00 (UTC)English
In-Memory Data Management (2014)
Prof. Hasso Plattner
The online course focuses on the management of enterprise data in column-oriented in-memory databases. Latest hardware and software trends led to the development of a new revolutionary technology that enables flexible and lightning-fast analysis of massive amounts of enterprise data. The basic concepts and design principles of this technology are explained in detail. Beyond that, the implications of the underlying design principles for future enterprise applications and their development are discussed. Unbelievable things are possible and you will understand why this is true using an in-memory column-oriented database instead of a traditional row-oriented disk-based one.
September 01, 2014 08:00 (UTC) to October 20, 2014 23:30 (UTC)English
Einführung in die Internetsicherheit
Prof. Dr. Christoph Meinel
Das Sicherheit im Internet ein wichtiges Thema ist, das jeden Internetnutzer angeht, sollte spätestens seit den Enthüllungen durch Edward Snowden klar geworden sein. Der openHPI-Kurs führt in die Grundbegriffe der Internetsicherheit ein: sie Lernen, was formelle Sicherheitsziele sind, warum das Internet von seinem Grunddesign unsicher ist, was die häufigsten Schwachstellen sind und wie diese ausgenutzt werden können und schließlich auch, wie man sich schützen kann.
October 27, 2014 08:00 (UTC) to December 15, 2014 23:30 (UTC)German

Course archive (self-paced)


Note that you can still enroll to finished courses and access them for self-learning (without the chance to earn a record of achievement).

Parallel Programming Concepts (2014)
Dr. Peter Tröger
“Parallel Programming Concepts” presents relevant theoretical and practical foundations for parallel programming. We show crucial theoretical ideas such as semaphores and actors, the architecture of modern parallel hardware, different programming models such as task parallelism, message passing and functional programming, and several patterns and best practices. The course is suitable for all participants who are interested in getting a broader overview of parallelism, especially beyond the usage of multiple threads.
February 02, 2014 23:00 (UTC) to March 28, 2014 22:55 (UTC)English
Business Process Modeling and Analysis (2013)
Prof. Dr. Mathias Weske
This course introduces concepts of business process modeling using the Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN) industry standard. Participants will learn the elements of process models and their precise meaning. We cover business processes within organizations and also interacting processes involving several organizations, i.e., we investigate process orchestrations and process choreographies. We will also look at techniques to analyze business processes from a formal perspective. The course centers around concepts and language to describe and analyze business processes. It does not cover methods on how to model, improve, monitor or implement business processes. Still, a deep understanding of business process models is a useful basis for these activities.
October 27, 2013 23:00 (UTC) to January 07, 2014 22:55 (UTC)English
In-Memory Data Management (2013)
Prof. Hasso Plattner
The online course focuses on the management of enterprise data in column-oriented in-memory databases. Latest hardware and software trends led to the development of a new revolutionary technology that enables flexible and lightning-fast analysis of massive amounts of enterprise data. The basic concepts and design principles of this technology are explained in detail. Beyond that, the implications of the underlying design principles for future enterprise applications and their development are discussed. Unbelievable things are possible and you will understand why this is true using an in-memory column-oriented database instead of a traditional row-oriented disk-based one.
August 25, 2013 22:00 (UTC) to October 27, 2013 22:55 (UTC)English
Web-Technologien (2013)
Prof. Dr. Christoph Meinel
The Web - in fact nothing more than a simple information service on the Internet - has created a whole new digital world that is intertwined with our real world. What was unimaginable in the past has now become possible. This includes communication across continents in seconds, watching movies on Smartphones, playing games or viewing pictures with friends in faraway countries as well as shopping and banking from the sofa. In our online course on web technologies you can learn how all of this works.
June 02, 2013 22:00 (UTC) to July 31, 2013 21:55 (UTC)German
Datenmanagement mit SQL (2013)
Prof. Dr. Felix Naumann
In the openHPI course “Data Management with SQL” we explore the fundamentals of modern database systems. We study their structure and plan the design of databases and finally become familiar with the worldwide dominant querying language – SQL.
April 07, 2013 22:00 (UTC) to June 02, 2013 21:55 (UTC)German
Semantic Web Technologies (2013)
Dr. Harald Sack
The Web has become an object of our daily life and the amount of information in the web is ever growing. Besides plain texts, especially multimedia information such as graphics, audio or video has become a predominant part within the web's information traffic. But, how to find some useful information within this huge information space? Traditional search engines will come to the limits of their powers, when it comes to understanding information content. The Semantic Web is an extension of the traditional web in the sense that the information implicitly contained in natural language text is complemented by explicit semantics based on formal knowledge representation. In this course, you will learn the fundamentals of Semantic Web technologies. You will learn how to represent knowledge and how to access and benefit from semantic data on the Web.
February 03, 2013 23:00 (UTC) to April 07, 2013 21:55 (UTC)English
Internetworking mit TCP/IP (2012)
Prof. Dr. Christoph Meinel
Das Internet ist zu einem festen Bestandteil unseres täglichen Lebens geworden. Auf welchen technologischen Grundlagen das weltumspannende Internet arbeitet, lernen Sie in diesem Kurs. Ausgehend von den physikalischen Grundlagen der Datenübertragung werden zunächst die Funktionsprinzipien und Technologien der lokalen Netzwerke (LANs) und der Weitverkehrsnetzwerke (WANs) veranschaulicht. Allgemein verständlich wird in den weiteren Einheiten das dem Internet zugrunde liegende TCP/IP-Referenzmodell, sowie dessen Protokolle und zahlreichen Anwendungen vermittelt. Der Teilnehmer erfährt in dem Kurs einen umfassenden Einblick in die komplexe Welt der Internet-Technologien.
November 04, 2012 23:00 (UTC) to December 24, 2012 22:55 (UTC)German
In-Memory Data Management (2012)
Prof. Hasso Plattner
The online course focuses on the management of enterprise data in column-oriented in-memory databases. Latest hardware and software trends led to the development of a new revolutionary technology that enables flexible and lightning-fast analysis of massive amounts of enterprise data. The basic concepts and design principles of this technology are explained in detail. Beyond that, the implications of the underlying design principles for future enterprise applications and their development are discussed. Unbelievable things are possible and you will understand why this is true using an in-memory column-oriented database instead of a traditional row-oriented disk-based one.
September 02, 2012 22:00 (UTC) to November 01, 2012 22:55 (UTC)English

Partner courses


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