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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.

10.12.2019, 09:00, Str. der Nationen 62, Böttcher-Bau, Room 1/336 (new: A12.336)
Dr. Philipp H. Kindt
Lecture: "Theoretische Grundlagen für Sicherheit im IoT",
Research Talk: "Optimal Connection Establishment in Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks (MANETs)"
11.12.2019, from 08:30, Str. der Nationen 62, Böttcher-Bau, Room 1/336 (new: A12.336)
08:30: Dr. Axel Ngonga, Lecture: "Relationale Algebra - Eine Einführung", Research Talk: "The Quest for Knowledge"
12:45: Dr. Michael Martin, Lecture: "Relationale Algebra", Research Talk: "Linked (Open Data) Services for Enterprises, Government and Sciences"
14:30: Dr. Elena Demidova, Lecture: "Einführung in die relationale Algebra", Research Talk: "Semantic Data Management and Analytics"
16:15: Dr. Anna Fensel, Lecture: "Relationale Algebra", Research Talk: "Data Management with Knowledge Graphs: Interoperable, Transparent, Actionable"
12.12.2019, from 13:00, Str. der Nationen 62, Böttcher-Bau, Room 1/336 (new: A12.336)
13:00: Dr. Ricardo Usbeck, Lecture: "Relationale Algebra", Research Talk: "Knowledge-based Information Systems and Assistants"
14:45: Dr. Matthias Hagen, Research Talk: "Axiomatic Search Result Re-Ranking"
13.12.2019, 10:30 Uhr, Str. der Nationen 62, Böttcher-Bau, Room 1/204 (new: A10.204)
Stefan Kahl (M.Sc.)
Public defence of doctoral thesis, Theme: "Identifying Birds by Sound: Large-scale Acoustic Event Recognition for Avian Activity Monitoring"

Ringvorlesung "Industrielle IT-Anwendung der Informatik"
From 24. October. 2019, thursdays 15:30 - 17:00, Straße der Nationen 62, Böttcher-Bau, B006,  → Registration via OPAL

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