Computer Science, Department
Fachbereich 03: Mathematik / Informatik at the Uni Bremen
- Bibliothekstraße 5
- 28359 Bremen
- Phone: +49 421 218-63500
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Special features regarding teachingBremen project work (generally development of bigger software systems in larger teams during two semesters); academic achievements are generally in the form of group work; wide selection, meaning individual specialisation is possible; close association of teaching and research (research-based learning); application orientation; interdisciplinary cooperation/lectures.
Exchange universities for stay abroadsUniversity of Melbourne, Australien; Université NICE Sophia Antipolis, Frankreich; University College Dublin - Nation University of Ireland, Irland; The University of Electro-Communications, Japan; Lulea University of Technology, Schweden; University of Ljubljana, Slowenien; Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spanien; Charles University Prague, Tschechien; Bogazici University, Istanbul, Türkei; University of California Santa Barbara, USA
Special features regarding the equipmentDepartmental computer work rooms; campus-wide WiFi; work rooms for student projects with technical equipment; work stations in the nearby main library; group workspaces with Internet access; subject-specific labs (e.g. Robotics); various special labs (e.g. Spatial Cognition Virtusphere, Bremen Ambient Assistant Living Lab (BAALL), Maritime Exploration Hall, Space Exploration Hall).
Special features regarding research activitiesSFB "EASE: Everyday Activity Science and Engineering"; interdisciplinary research focus "Minds, Media, Machines"; Technology Centre for Computer Science and Information Technology; affiliated institutes: DFKI (areas "Robotics" and "Cyber-Physical Systems"), Institute for Information Management Bremen, Fraunhofer Institute for Image-Based Medicine; close cooperation with German Aerospace Centre; graduate colleges; research focus in teaching: Safety and Quality, Artificial Intelligence, Digital Media and Interaction, Visual and Medical Computing.
Support for foundersUniversity-wide institutions that help with spin-offs, e.g. BRIDGE. Courses from this area can be credited as "General Studies" in the degree course. Embedding the University of Bremen in the Technology Park.
Other special featuresComprehensive introductory weeks for first-year students (incl. pre-courses); good contacts to lecturers ("open doors"); one of the largest research clusters in computer science in Germany; research-based learning as a guiding principle.
Further information on research activitiesszi.uni-bremen.de
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