Department of Computer Science
Welcome to the Department of Computer Science. The Technische Universität Darmstadt is the leading research-oriented university in the Rhein-Main area with a strong focus on Computer Science and Engineering.
The content of our Bachelor's degree is application-based and reflects the challenges Computer Science students are facing in regard to a fast-growing digital working environment. In addition to our Master of Science, we offer five specialised Master study courses, which enable our students to educate themselves in relevant and future-oriented core areas.
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.
A new algorithm is helping simulate the structural plasticity of the brain
One area that fascinates scientists is how the connections between neurons work. While we have models that help us understand these connections, they generally are not efficient enough to fully simulate the billions of neurons in a real brain. This is the problem that computer scientist Dr. Sebastian Rinke of TU Darmstadt endeavored to solve with a new algorithm developed with his colleagues. go
TU Darmstadt's Computer Science lab wins Propaganda Identification Hackathon
Propaganda is the spreading of information, especially of a biased or misleading nature, used to promote a political cause or point of view and has been used as a weapon to influence people for centuries. History has taught us what propaganda can cause and thus, an early identification of such texts is crucial to start fighting the manipulation spread in news. This was the central motivation of the "Hack the News” Datathon held by the Data Science Society. go
Blockchains promise widescale open Internet applications that are organised decentrally, but this comes at the price of slow performance for every transaction processed by the system. Cryptography researchers working with Computer Science Professor Sebastian Faust from TU Darmstadt have achieved global awareness with their approach to facilitating real-time transactions using blockchains such as Ethereum. go
Professor Sebastian Faust is researching safe blockchain technologies
Blockchains promise widescale open Internet applications that are organised decentrally. This comes at the price of slow performance for every transaction processed by the system. Cryptography researchers around Professor Sebastian Faust have achieved global awareness with their approach to facilitating real-time transactions using blockchains such as Ethereum. go
Computer scientists introduce sustainable long-term-secure storage for sensitive data
Researchers from the Collaborative Research Center CROSSING at Technische Universität Darmstadt have developed a solution that will ensure decades of safe storage for sensitive health data in a joint project with Japanese and Canadian partners. An initial prototype was presented during a recent conference in Beijing, China. The system will go into trial operation in Japan in the coming weeks. go
Long-Term Confidential Secret Sharing-Based Distributed Storage
24.04.2019, 16:00 Uhr – 16:45 Uhr | TU Darmstadt, Robert-Piloty-Gebäude (S2/02), Raum C110, Hochschulstraße 10, 64289 Darmstadt weiter
Contextual Models for Sequential Recommendation
25.04.2019, 16:00 Uhr – 16:45 Uhr | TU Darmstadt, Gebäude S3/20, Raum 18, Rundeturmstraße 10, 64283 Darmstadt weiter
29.04.2019, 16:00 Uhr – 18:00 Uhr | Fraunhofer SIT, Rheinstraße 75, 64295 Darmstadt weiter