Department of Computer Science at RPTU in Kaiserslautern

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 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.>

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 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]

Awkward Intelligence

Am 25.10.2022 kommt der Bestseller von Professorin Zweig: "Ein Algorithmus hat kein Taktgefühl" endlich auch auf Englisch heraus

Newsletter of the Department of Computer Science

Dear Readers, after a longer break we want to revive the regular newsletter of the department of Computer Science. Once or twice a semester we inform you about important and interesting things from the department and the campus. Enjoy reading The PR-Commission of the department of Computer Science


Roboter Emah der AG Berns im SWR

Beitrag des SWR über den Humanoiden Roboter Emah der AG Berns aus dem Fachbereich Informatik: "Humanoider Roboter Emah der TU Kaiserslautern lernt sprechen und reagiert mit Mimik und Gestik"

Projektbüro KI-Allianz

Das Projektbüro der KI-Allianz Rheinland-Pfalz, am Standort Technische Universität Kaiserslautern im Fachbereich Informatik (Geb. 36) eröffnet.


Deep Learning trotz spärlicher Datenlage: DFG-Forschungsgruppe nimmt Auswertung chemischer Prozessdaten in den Blick

Die Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) fördert die neue Forschungsgruppe „Deep Learning auf dünn besetzten chemischen Prozessdaten“ für vier Jahre mit rund 3,5 Millionen Euro. Koordiniert wird sie an der Technischen Universität Kaiserslautern (TUK). Die Gruppe arbeitet daran, Verfahren des Deep Learning, eines Teilgebiets der Künstlichen Intelligenz, für die chemische Industrie nutzbar zu machen. Aus dem Fachbereich Informatik arbeiten gemeinsam an neuen Deep Learning Methoden: Juniorprofessor Dr. Fabian Jirasek, Professor Dr. Stephan Mandt, Juniorprofessorin Dr. Sophie Fellenz und Professor Dr. Marius Kloft.

Neue CHE-Erhebungen

TU Kaiserlautern sichert sich in Mathematik und Informatik je einen Spitzenplatz im Masterranking

Excellent Grades for Computer Science in the CHE University Ranking

The field of computer science at the Technical University of Kaiserslautern (TUK) received very good marks in the current university ranking of the Centre for Higher Education Development (CHE). In several evaluation criteria, computer science was among the best in Germany. The students expressed great satisfaction with the general study situation and feel well-supported at the beginning and during the course of their studies.