At the Department of Informatics (Institut für Informatik, IfI) 14 professors, 16 post-doctoral researchers, and more than 80 PhD students are teaching, studying, and performing first-class research. Our topics include:
- People-oriented Computing
- Computing and Economics
- Big-Data Analysis
Information and communication technologies permeate data-driven economies and societies. Therefore, we dedicate a large part of our research efforts on human-centered informatics.
The results of our research are constantly being disseminated in our teaching. This allows us to offer up-to-date, sustainable study programs that meet the highest quality standards. About 550 students – 400 in the Bachelor programs, 150 in the Master programs – currently benefit from these efforts (as of fall semester 2017).
We are committed to our graduates by preparing them for a promising career.