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Faculty of Computer Science
Faculty of Computer Science

Individual. Forthright. People-focussed.


Computer science, as a key technology of the 21th century, has an exceptional impact on our everyday life and living standards. The Faculty of Computer Science represents this scientific field in a comprehensive and proficient manner with an application-orientated choice of topics.
In the fields of

  • Embedded and self-organizing systems
  • Intelligent multimedia systems
  • Parallel and distributed systems
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we offer research and development for current problems and challenges on an internationally competitive level. The guiding principle of our education is the continuous innovation through advances in research. Consequently, we are able to provide modern Bachelor and Master programs with excellent academic conditions. The faculty strives to provide a maximally personal interaction between students and staff.

Dates and Events

20.09.2017, Str. der Nationen 62, Böttcher-Bau, 1/B202
Preparatory Course Computer Sciences for first-year students (BA, MA) at the Computing Faculty [de]
The TU4U Project will be offering a Preparatory Course Computer Sciences for first-year students at the Computing Faculty.
25.09.2017, Reichenhainer Str. 70, Weinhold-Bau, 2/W021
Preparatory Course Mathematics for first-year students (BA, MA) at the Computing Faculty [de]
The TU4U Project will be offering a Preparatory Course Mathematics for first-year students at the Computing Faculty.
05.09.2017 09:00 to 17:00, Reichenhainer Str. 90, Zentr. Hörsaal- und Seminargebäude
INFORMATIK 2017 - 47. Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Informatik e.V. (GI)
The INFORMATIK is the official annual conference of the Gesellschaft für Informatik e.V. (GI), the largest informatics association in the German-speaking world. In 2017, it takes place at TU Chemnitz under the guiding topic "Digital cultures".
02.10.2017, 10:00, Str. der Nationen 62, Böttcher-Bau, 1/336
Informatik-Kolloquium
Public defence of doctoral thesis, Lecturer: Dipl.-Ing. Markus Deicke, Theme: "Virtuelle Absicherung von Steuergeräte-Software mit hardwareabhängigen Komponenten"

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