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Information on studying:

Current information:
05/05/2022

Announcement of preliminary examination dates for the summer semester 2022:

Please note that the examination dates given are only provisional. Changes are still possible at short notice. The examination schedule is continuously updated. Please inform yourself regularly.

01/11/2022

Project work in technical computer science course in the summer semester 2022 !!!UPDATED - 02/24/2022!!!

"Announcement of group assignment"

01/07/2022

Examination schedule winter semester 2021/22

The examination schedules are available by the following links:

Please note that due to the current situation, changes may still be made at short notice.

Please also note that some of the exams will take place in presence and the other part as an online exam.

The responsible examiners will shortly provide further information on the implementation of the online exams. Please inform yourself regularly.

07/02/2021Information and support for the upcoming written exams (Examination Period 3)
01/26/2021For students who want to find general information about the structure of digital exam formats, S(kim) has set up a showroom with simulations in ILIAS. The showroom is currently only available in German, but we have asked S(kim) to take our international students into regard.
Course Planning for Summer Semester 2022

At the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, the course period starts on 28 March 2022.

Please use the following sources for course planning:

1)      The schedule provides information about the scheduled course times for each module (generally assigned times and, in the case of on-campus or hybrid courses, generally assigned rooms).

2)      All lecturers involved in courses of our Department were asked to inform you in this detailed overview (also called ‘spreadsheet’) about when and where their courses start and whether you may have to register for individual courses. This detailed overview will gradually be filled with relevant information over the next few days by the lecturers. We therefore ask you to consult this overview regularly in order to keep yourself up to date!

We wish you a successful summer semester!