Computer Science, Department
Fachbereich Informatik und Medien at the TH Brandenburg
- Postfach 2132
- 14737 Brandenburg
- Phone: +49 3381 355-401
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Special features regarding teachingInternational degree course in "Applied Computer Science" with compulsory semester abroad at partner universities; The language of instruction of some selected modules is English. All degree courses have a mobility window. Large number of international partner universities. "International Mediacamp" course as part of the digital media profile.
Special features regarding the international orientationInternational degree course in "Applied Computer Science" with compulsory semester abroad at partner universities; The language of instruction of some selected modules is English. All degree courses have a mobility window. Large number of international partner universities. "International Mediacamp" course as part of the digital media profile.
Exchange universities for stay abroadsBlekinge Institute of Technology, Karlskrona, Schweden; Reykjavik University, Reykjavik, Island; Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey, Mexiko
Special features regarding the equipmentState-of-the-art facilities, because department was only set up in 2000; Several PC/Mac/Unix labs, also for free use; Full network access via WLAN, also for students; Many specialist laboratories in the newly founded computer science centre: A/V studio, image processing lab, biosignal processing labs, e-learning studio, hardware lab, information system lab, IT and media forensics lab, lab for digital systems, laboratory for artificial intelligence, laboratory for network and security, laboratory for distributed systems, media production lab, microcontroller lab, multimedia lab, audio studio.
Support for foundersSupported by the university’s start-up and transfer centre ZGT (https://zgt.th-brandenburg.de/).
Characteristics of diversity advancementThe Medical Informatics degree programme in particular has a high proportion of students from Cameroon. A colleague travels to Cameroon regularly to maintain relations and recruit new students. All foreign students receive language and social support on an individual basis from the university’s centre for International Affairs and Languages ZIS (https://zis.th-brandenburg.de/).
Further information on research activitiesinformatik.th-brandenburg.de/forschung-und-kooperation/schwerpunkte-und-themen/
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