Computer Science in Kaiserslautern

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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 30 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.>

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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 30 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]

Announcement for the elections of the doctoral students' representation of the RPTU Kaiserslautern-Landau (Department of Computer Science)

The elections for the department of Computer Science will take place during the plenary meeting of the doctoral students of the department on 19.06.2024 at 15:30 o'clock in room 48-453 of the RPTU in Kaiserslautern.

Academic anniversary celebration 2024 with summer party of the Department of Computer Science on June 28

The Department of Computer Science cordially invites all members of the department to the Academic Annual Celebration 2024 followed by a summer party on Friday, 28 June 2024.

Spitzenplatz beim CHE-Ranking

Das Fach Informatik der RPTU Kaiserslautern-Landau überzeugt im aktuellen Hochschulranking des Centrums für Hochschulentwicklung (CHE) auf ganzer Linie. In vielen Bewertungskategorien landet die Informatik bundesweit in der Spitzengruppe und begeistert Studierende mit exzellenter Lehre, umfassender Betreuung und optimalen Studienbedingungen.

AI Congress at the RPTU in Kaiserslautern

On March 20, 2024, the AI Congress Rhineland-Palatinate took place at the RPTU in Kaiserslautern. The Machine Learning working group of Prof. Dr. Marius Kloft was co-organizer and the Department of Computer Science was represented with further speakers.

 Prof. Sebastian Vollmer, Bundesdigitalminister Volker Wissing, Prof. Andreas Dengel und Prof. Paul Lukowicz

MISSION KI – Zentrum für KI entsteht in Kaiserslautern

Im Rahmen der Initiative MISSION KI der Bundesregierung entstehen zwei KI-Zentren, eines davon in enger Kooperation mit dem Deutschen Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz (DFKI) in Kaiserslautern.

Newsletter of the Department of Computer Science

Dear Readers, once or twice a semester we want to inform you about important and interesting news from the Department and the RPTU. Enjoy reading the publicity committee of the Department of Computer Science


RPTU und Wirtschaftsministerin Schmitt präsentieren autonom fahrenden Unimog

Die rheinland-pfälzische Wirtschaftsministerin Daniela Schmitt hat gemeinsam mit Professor Dr. Karsten Berns die Ergebnisse des Projekts zur Entwicklung eines autonom fahrenden Unimog bei einer Live-Demonstration in Kaiserslautern vorgestellt. Die Forschung des Lehrstuhls Robotersysteme (RRLab) im Fachbereich Informatik der Rheinland-Pfälzischen Technischen Universität Kaiserslautern-Landau wurde vom Ministerium mit rund 800.000 Euro unterstützt. Das Projekt konzentrierte sich auf den Einsatz des Unimog in schwierigem Gelände abseits von Straßen, wie beispielsweise im Weinbau.
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