Department of Computer Science
It all began with the Computer Science Department, which is still the core of the Saarland Informatics Campus.
The central administrative services of the Computer Science Department are brought together in the administrative office. This includes the General Manager, the Study Coordinator, the Public Relations Director, the secretaries, and the System Administrator.
The responsibilities of the administrative office include the following, which may be of particular interest for students and staff of the Computer Science Department:
- Transponder cards (for the computer rooms)
- Keys & projectors
- Room reservations
- Management of lockers
- Employment and contracts for student assistants and scientific staff
Saarland Informatics Campus
Building E1 3 (Rooms 207-211)
Info desk R. 202
or by arrangement
In order to protect you and our staff and to help to contain the corona virus, from now on the Computer Science Study Coordination, the Examination Office and the GradSchool will only offer personal consultation if it is absolutely necessary. The first contact in all matters is now only possible by email. After this you will be informed about the further procedure.
Mrs Tanja Breinig
Tuesday and Thursday, 11.00 – 13.00
Building E1.3, room 209
Vacation from July 27th – August 14th, 2020
Office Hours Erasmus+:
Mrs Barbara Schulz-Brünken
Tuesday and Thursday, 11.00 – 13.00 Gebäude E1 3, Raum firstname.lastname@example.org
Vacation from July 20th – July 31st, 2020 and from August 10th – August 14th, 2020
Which study subject is best suited to my abilities? What do I need to be aware of for my minor? When do I have to register for my exam? These and other questions can be answered by the team of Study Coordinator Tanja Breinig.
A first point of reference for students could be the Study Coordinator. Along with addressing general questions about starting your studies, she also helps provide an overview of the study regulations and the responsibilities of the official institutions. But problems or conflicts of a completely different nature are also handled. These include, for example, disputes with government agencies, the desire for part-time study, or an open ear for personal misfortunes. Meetings with her can also be arranged outside of regular office hours.