Department of Computer Science

Computer Science in Kaiserslautern

Study

Kaiserslautern is one of the largest IT locations in Germany with the Department of Computer Science forming its core.

Since the department was founded in 1974 three renowned research institutes have evolved from its successful international work. With 26 professors the department covers all areas of computer science and can embrace the importance of computer science as a key skill for virtually all sciences at the TU. The department can also take on the central role of computer science research and development in Kaiserslautern in the future.

Research

The Department of Computer Science and the institutes in Kaiserslautern carry out basic and application research in many modern subject areas of computer science. The main focus is the engineering-based construction of informatics systems.>

Our Department

Kaiserslautern is one of the largest IT locations in Germany with the Department of Computer Science forming its core.

Since the department was founded in 1974 three renowned research institutes have evolved from its successful international work.

With 26 professors the department covers all areas of computer science and can embrace the importance of computer science as a key skill for virtually all sciences at the TU. The department can also take on the central role of computer science research and development in Kaiserslautern in the future.

Spotlights[more News]

Informatik Praxistag

Am 27.01.2021 von 11:00 bis 17:00 Uhr findet der Informatik Praxistag des FIT statt.


Two Job Professorships:

Professorship (W3) for “Applied Machine Learning” (m/f/d) and for “Fundamental methods in Machine Learning” (m/f/d)

Preisträger des DAGM MVTec Dissertationspreises 2020

Mitarbeiter der AG Augmented Vision Lab im Fachbereich Informatik der TU Kaiserslautern hat den "Best Thesis Award" der Deutschen Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Mustererkenung e.V. beim German Conference for Pattern Recognition erhalten.


Tumorzellen mit Hilfe von Künstlicher Intelligenz zerstören

Im Projekt SIVERT forschen unter Anderem Prof. Dr. Christoph Garth und Prof. Dr. Nicolas R. Gauger daran, eine präzisere Bestrahlung bei der Krebstherapie zu ermöglichen.


Autonomer Unimog

Lehrstuhl Robotersysteme

präsentiert autonome Off-Road-Navigation - ein Unimog, der dank intelligenter Steuerung komplexe Geländefahrten eigenständig meistert.



Information on teaching in the Winter semester 20/21

The winter semester will be a hybrid semester.


Zusätzliche Professuren für künstliche Intelligenz

Ministerpräsidentin Dreyer und Minister WoIf stellten am 22.09.2020 die rheinland-pfälzische KI-Agenda vor. Hierbei werden in Rheinland-Pfalz bis zu 10 Professuren für künstliche Intelligenz neu eingerichtet. Zwei der drei Professuren, die an die Technische Universität Kaiserslautern kommen, werden im Fachbereich Informatik landen.