Pioneering spirit meets practical application: Experience the fascination of computer science at our department.
The Department of Computer Science in Dortmund was one of the first university computer science institutions in Germany. Today, it is one of the largest computer science departments nationwide and thus offers a specialized spectrum of computer science that only a few locations in Germany can boast.
In all computer science degree programs, the department educates students on the current state of the art in theory and practice, preparing them for an exciting professional life in a rapidly evolving discipline. In addition to practical training through internships, specialized projects and project groups, the department places great emphasis on intensive personal support in theoretical courses through tutorials, help desks and small practice groups.
The proximity to the Technology Center also offers opportunities for research collaborations, internships or career entry.
Distinguished Paper auf IJCAI 2023
Prof. Jung receives Distinguished Paper Award for the paper "SAT-Based Learning of Description Logic Concepts".
DaWaK Best Paper Award
Bin Li wins DaWaK Best Paper Award!
Dr.-Ing Matthias Fey receives GI Dissertation Award 2023
Dr.-Ing Matthias Fey receives the GI Dissertation Award 2023, which is endowed with 5,000 euros.
Stability of Software Component Updates Improved Significantly
Our novel approach makes update decisions more stable and predictable allowing for better automation.
ERCIS BPM Winter School 2024
15.01.-19.01.2024 in Liechtenstein. Registration until 31.07.2023
Registration for the proseminars in WS 2023/2024
From 05.07.2023 to 12.07.2023 inclusive, the online registration procedure for the proseminars of the upcoming winter semester 2023/24 will take…
Prof. Petra Wiederkehr elected as new Prorector Diversity
On June 16, 2023, Prof. Petra Wiederkehr was elected as Vice Rector for Diversity
New DFG project "Plausible reasoning and plausible knowledge revision in AI along two dimensions: Syntax Splitting and Kinematics"
DFG funds the project "Plausible reasoning and plausible knowledge revision in AI along two dimensions".