Department of Computer Science

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.

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Research

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.

Studies

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.

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News

  • 2019/09/03

    Privacy-preserving Internet Services

    Prof. Dr.-Ing. Thomas Schneider. Bild: Eileén Bosselmann

    ERC Starting Grant for Research in Security and Privacy

    Professor Thomas Schneider from the Department of Computer Science of TU Darmstadt was awarded an ERC Starting Grant by the European Research Council (ERC). His project “PSOTI” obtains funding of about 1.5 million Euros over a period of five years. This again underlines the high importance of research in Security and Privacy at TU Darmstadt.

  • 2019/06/26

    European University “UNITE!” is coming

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    TU Darmstadt together with six universities successful in Initiative competition

    TU Darmstadt is awarded the title of “European University” by the EU Commission, together with six European technical universities. The alliance known as “UNITE!” will receive five million Euro of funding for three years. The aim is to create a trans-European campus.

  • 2019/06/24

    Simulated synapses

    Dr. Sebastian Rinke (li.) und Professor Felix Wolf im Gebäude des Lichtenberg-Hochleistungsrechners der TU Darmstadt. Bild: Katrin Binner – © K. Binner

    Research at the Institute of Parallel Programming

    Computer scientists from TU Darmstadt are using a trick from astrophysics to predict the rewiring of nerve cells in the brain. The aim of their model is to support neurosurgeons and advance artificial intelligence.

 

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