Computer Science, Department
Fakultät für Informatik und Elektrotechnik at the Uni Rostock
Institut für Informatik
- Albert-Einstein-Straße 22
- 18059 Rostock
- Phone: +49 381 498-7450
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Special features regarding teachingExcellent supervision; focus on practical Computer Science; student mentoring programme; choice between work placement, semester abroad and minor subject; numerous individual options; specialisation options in the area of Maritime Computer Science, Media Informatics, Computational Demography, Complex Systems, Theoretical Computer Science of Geo and Environmental Informatics; involvement in research projects; committed professors and supervisors; lively IT environment; inter-disciplinary orientation; modern building, very well-equipped rooms
Exchange universities for stay abroadsLinköping University, Schweden; Universität Linz, Österreich; University of West London, UK; University of Stavanger, Norwegen; Riga Technical University, Lettland; Klaipeda University, Litauen; University of Tartu, Estland; Technical University of Valencia, Spanien; Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spanien; University of Southern Denmark, Dänemark; Charles University in Prague, Tschechien
Special features regarding the equipmentSpecial lab for Visual Computing; special lab for Smart Computing; Special Laboratory Business Informatics; complete WiFi coverage; modern lecture theatre equipment; several large-scale equipment units (e.g. tele-immersion system) for research; PC rooms.
Special features regarding research activitiesMethods: Models and Algorithms for Dynamic Systems, Interactive Visual Computing, Human-Centred Computing; research areas: Assistance Systems (investigation of networked assistance systems in which several devices cooperate in order to support the user together); Computational Biology (the focus of research is to better understand biological systems or processes); Enterprise Computing (technologies for service-oriented architectures, efficient middleware technologies and procedures as well as solutions for Information Logistics in companies).
Support for foundersThe student council regularly organises company evenings and company visits. Close links with regional industry through internships and research projects. Supervision of EXIST start-up grants.
Other special featuresThrough a specific choice of compulsory elective modules, minor subject modules, soft skills etc. the student can become a specialist in Maritime Computer Science, Media Informatics, Computational Demography, Complex Systems, Theoretical Computer Science or Geo and Environmental Informatics. After successful completion of their studies, this specialisation is attested by a certificate which the students receive in addition to their Bachelor's or Master's degree as a computer scientist.
Further information on research activitieswww.informatik.uni-rostock.de
Further information about study entry phasehttps://www.informatik.uni-rostock.de/studium-lehre/interessengruppen/studieninteressierte/
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