Open Day at Saarland University on May 21

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At the Open Day on Saturday, May 21, 2022, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., Saarland University will present its range of courses and numerous research topics. The events with a large supporting program will again take place in presence.

The partners at the Saarland Informatics Campus will also be offering information events to provide information about the wide range of informatics courses on offer. In addition to information sessions on the new computer science teaching degree program and the bachelor’s and master’s degree programs in “Data Science and Artificial Intelligence,” there will be demonstrations by the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI), lectures on mathematics in medical and industrial applications, the Center for Bioinformatics (CBI) will present genome assembly, courses by the computer science student lab at Saarland University, InfoLab Saar, and much more.


Gebäude E1 3The program of the departments of Computer Science, Mathematics and Linguistics & Language Technology will be held in building E1 3. In addition to lectures on research and teaching, there will be information offered by the Computer Science Student Advisory Service and the Student Council, as well as a wide range of hands-on activities offered by the Computer Science Student Laboratory “InfoLab Saar”.
The program in detail.


DFKIAt the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI), scientists are working on artificial intelligence and the many ways it can be used. Visitors can use a brain-computer interface to light up a light bulb with the power of their thoughts, climb a skyscraper in virtual reality, or find out what shopping could look like in the future in the Innovative Retail Lab.
The program in detail.



Gebäude des Zentrums für BioinformatikAt the Center for Bioinformatics (CBI), everything revolves around this interdisciplinary subject at the border between life sciences and computer science. On the open day, visitors to ZBI can learn how to assemble a “puzzle” with billions of pieces in a lecture on genome assembly, find out about bioinformatics degree programs, or hear first-hand explanations of research projects from the center’s researchers.
The program in detail.