Department of Computer Science
Welcome to the Department of Computer Science at Technical University (TU) of Darmstadt – one of Germany’s leading technical universities with a strong focus on Computer Science and Engineering.
Experience and excellence: Founded in 1972, today 25 professors conduct research and teach courses at the department. It includes two DFG Collaborative Research Centres, one DFG Research Training Group and a total of four of the renowned ERC Grants. Thus, the department offers a wide range of topics in basic and application-oriented research as well as in teaching.
Our bachelor programme combines basic methodological expertise with practical skills. In our master programme, students can deepen their knowledge and develop expertise in several important areas of computer science. Five specialized master programmes allow a focus on highly relevant future areas.
Our graduates are in great demand in industry and academia because of their profound theoretical and practical knowledge and skills.
The scientists of the Computer Science Department are combining their numerous research activities in six priorities. They include both basic research and application-oriented projects and are complemented by further relevant research topics in the individual research groups. Based on these research areas the department offers students research-oriented, specialized Master's programmes.
The Computer Science courses at TU Darmstadt are research-oriented and open the door to exciting professional positions – whether in research and development or in consulting and management.
Research group PEASEC: IT meets peace and conflict research
Professor Christian Reuter, head of the research group of „Science and Technology for Peace and Security“ (PEASEC), is conducting research and teaches on the interface between computer science and peace and conflict research. He explains in the following interview how IT can be used during war and to bring about peace. go
IT Security research of TU Darmstadt and University of Würzburg
Researchers from the Technical University of Darmstadt and the University of Würzburg show that popular mobile messengers expose personal data via discovery services that allow users to find contacts based on phone numbers from their address book. go
Protection against attacks via side channels
Spectacular security loopholes discovered in modern processors are setting new challenges for scientists: Computer Science Professor Heiko Mantel and his team are studying the danger of difficult to detect attacks via so-called side channels and possible countermeasures. weiter
Bachelor: 28.-30.10.2020 | Master: 26.-27.10.2020 go
Process Learning for Autonomous Process Anomaly Corrections
29.10.2020, 14:00 Uhr | Videokonferenz* weiter
Grußwort von Angela Dorn, Hessische Ministerin für Wissenschaft und Kunst
29.10.2020, 15:00 bis 17:00 Uhr | Videokonferenz weiter
29.10.2020, 17:00h | Digitale Veranstaltung weiter