Computer Science, Department
Fachbereich Elektrotechnik und Informatik at the TH Lübeck
- Mönkhofer Weg 239
- 23562 Lübeck
- Phone: +49 451 300-5023
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Special features regarding teaching"Entry to the degree course": joint project with the Uni Lübeck, supported by BMBF (Quality Pact in Teaching), with measures in the field of Programming and Mathematics: Preliminary courses, tutorials etc.; Very high proportion of practice with individual supervision; Group size of 12
Special features regarding the international orientationInternational programme in Electrical Engineering in cooperation with the MSOE
Exchange universities for stay abroadsRiga Technical University (RTU); Linnaeus University (LNU), Växjö; Mälardalens Högskola, School of Innovation, Design and Engineering (IDT); ECUST (East China University of Science and Technology)
Special features regarding the equipmentIndoor localisation system; Measuring system for radio communications; Measuring devices for optical communication; Testbed sensor networks 10 sensor nodes; 10 autonomous robots linked wirelessly; Mosix computer cluster; Samsung SUR 40 multi-touch table; 2 test stations for usability analysis with video recording and Morae analysis software; Eye-tracker (eyegaze analysis system, incl. NYAN analysis software); Atmel-based microcontroller platforms; ARM-based embedded Linux systems; Lego Mindstorms; Autonomous model sailing boats with sensor equipment; Educational grants for AWS IaaS Cloud Computing.
Support for foundersGründercube offers talks/seminars and support with business start-ups across the university
Characteristics of assistance to differently abled personsCommissioner for disabled students
Characteristics of diversity advancementGirls' Day; Network for women in informatics (part of the “Einstiege” induction project); LINKPlus programme for refugees
Other special featuresComputer Science is a cross-sectional discipline which is used in almost all areas of industry and science. Computer Science has the potential to start enormous social and economic change processes in a very short time. As a graduate of the Bachelor's degree course in Computer Science/Software Technology of the FH Lübeck, you will find fields of work in many branches which are reliably creative and exciting. In the course of study you will be taught the analytical, constructive and creative skills that you need for the new and continual development of IT systems.
Further information on research activitieswww.cosa.fh-luebeck.de/
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