At the semester kick off event the student council hands out the busy beaver award. We congratulate Dr. Michael Schwarz for his basic lecture Foundations of Cyber Security II, Prof. Dr. Martina Maggio for her core lecture Embedded Systems, and Prof. Dr. Sebastian Hack for his seminar Build an 8-bit Computer from Scratch. All winner of the previous semester can be found here
Hello folks,our university got from now on a Google developer club, if you are interested and want to learn more, follow the link below.https://www.linkedin.com/posts/gdsc-saarland-university_developerstudentclubs-gdscsaarland-studentclub-activity-6980823591827185664-dTvT?utm_source=share&utm_medium=member_desktop
We know the Software Engineering Lab (SEL) is always a rough time for our students. To lighten up the mood, on this Friday the 09.09 after the SEL exam we will host a gamenight at the MMCI (E1.7). If you want, feel free to bring one of your favorite games with you.There will be snacks and drinks, also we will order food at 8 pm. Use this chance to meet some of your fellow students 😉 Here are the key information:When? Friday the 09.09 at 6pmWhere? MMCI E1.7 Hope to see you this Friday
We are happy to announce that we are finally bringing back our past gamenights. That is, next Friday May 27th, at MMCI building (E1.7), we will host our long awaited gamenight starting at 6pm. We have rented the entire ground floor as our event venue. We listened to your feedback, so the rooms for Smash and board games are acoustically separated. We have 2 rooms for Super Smash Ultimate, including a tournament, and 4 rooms for board games, including 2 small ones for Werewolf and such. Board games will be available, but you are of course welcome to bring your…
Hey folks,as you might already know, our master student introduction phase for this summer semester is this weekend from the 9th to the 10th of April. This is where we will teach you everything you need to know to get a smooth start into your studies. In addition to that, we will teach you how to get around Germany and all the essential things you need to know. When? 9th to 10th of April Where? Online! For more information visit our website.
Dear Students, the Computer Science Students Council invites you to our MfCS1-revision course (“Repetitorium”), which will be held between March 28th and 30th. It’s a daily event from 14:00 to 20:00. The Repetitorium is a voluntary preparatory course for the re-exam on April 4th. During the Repetitorium, you have the chance to work together on new exercises and ask questions to our tutors. Furthermore, we will provide a preparatory exam on March 29th and discuss the solutions afterwards. If you want to participate, you can simply join our Discord-Server. You can find the link on the CMS-Webpage. Please fill out…
The so called “Corona Order”, which amongst other things includes an additional “free shot” at exams and the prolonging of the regular study time, has been extended for the winter semester 21 You can find the exact rules and further information on the page of the examination office.