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With its 800 researchers and 1900 students from 81 countries, the Saarland Informatics Campus belongs to one of the leading locations for Informatics in Germany and in Europe. All areas of computer science are covered at 6 globally renowned research institutes and 3 collaborating university departments, as well as in a total of 18 academic programs.

New: “Data Science and Artificial Intelligence”

Next winter semester the new Bachelor and Master program “Data Science and Artificial Intelligence” starts at Saarland University.

Computer Science turns 50

The universities, which were the first in Germany to offer a degree in computer science, celebrate the birthday of the subject together.

Software systems explain their own behavior

Scientists from SIC and the Dresden University of Technology want to develop mechanisms to better communicate the behavior of complex software systems to experts and to the general public.

Whether in Computer Science, Bioinformatics, Business Informatics, Computational Linguistics, Cybersecurity, Embedded Systems, Language and Communication Technologies, Mathematics and Computer Science, Media Informatics, the Teacher Training Program or Visual Computing, and as a bachelor’s or a master’s degree, Saarland University offers a computer science degree program to suit every taste.

Several world-renowned computer science institutes are located on the Saarland Informatics Campus at Saarland University – often only a few steps apart from one another. The researchers working here make Saarbrücken a unique European site for computer science.

The Saarland Informatics Campus is of prime importance for innovation in Germany. The university as well as non-university research institutions contribute to this; they enjoy worldwide recognition and draw talent from all over the world.

Nachwuchsgewinnung, Öffentlichkeitsarbeit und Technologietransfer am Saarland Informatics Campus werden unterstützt durch das Kompetenzzentrum Informatik Saarland, gefördert durch

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Das Projekt Tandem an der Universität des Saarlandes verfolgt das Ziel, die für eine wirtschaftliche oder industrielle Verwertung interessanten Forschungsergebnisse der saarländischen Informatik und der Max-Planck Institute durch einen Inkubationsprozess soweit weiterzuentwickeln, dass entweder Investoren die Produkte kaufen oder lizenzieren, oder neue Unternehmen im Saarland gegründet werden. Begleitende Aktivitäten im Projekt umfassen nationale und internationale Öffentlichkeitsarbeit, Maßnahmen zur Förderung des Technologietransfers im Allgemeinen sowie Formate zur Nachwuchsakquise im Bereich der Informatik. Das Projekt Tandem trägt dazu bei, die saarländische Informatik und den Wirtschaftsstandort Saarland zu stärken.