Category General

To all students: General Assembly!

A general assembly of the student body is an event that does not happen every day. But this is exactly why it is all the more important that it’s happening again now: the AStA has announced that there will be…

Google Developer Club

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.

Corona Order extended for WS21/22

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…

Online Semester Events Survey

Dear students of the different CS study programmes! Since we are facing a challenging semester due to Corona pandemic, many of our social events are not allowed by regulations. To let you have a joyful semester and to help you connect with your peers, we would like to offer alternative online events for the current semester. Thus, we need your help! We invite you to share your online event ideas with us, which you would like your council to organize for you! Please feel free to submit your creative ideas with your explanations. You are also free to leave your contact mail (optional) for further communication regarding your idea. Link to Survey: Thanks for your participation, Your Students’ Council.

Live Q&A Session

Come to our question and answer session tomorrow to clarify all the last-minute questions before the semester begins. Time: 9:30 -10:30 and 17:00-18:00Place:

Informatics Kick-Off Highlights

The Informatics Kick-Off has ended, but the record is online on Youtube.Highlights from the meeting: Summer Term 2020 courses will start on May 4 and end on July 17 Winter Term 2020/21 courses will start on November 1 All courses will be carried out online (different teaching styles and platforms) Full range of courses (no reduction) Physical presence o the campus is not required prior to exams, online participation is enabled through the term Exam dates arranged in four phases: July 20 – Aug. 7: End of term exams for the summer term Sep. 21 – Oct 9: Re-exam for the summer term excluding basic courses Oct. 12 – Oct.16: Re-exam for the summer term basic courses (to avoid conflicts with the Sopra) Oct. 19 – Oct. 30: Re-exams for the winter term Further Information: Youtube Video

Virtual Informatics Kick-Off

On Monday, April 27 at 15:00 there will be a virtual Informatics Kick-Off for the summer term (one week in advance of the start of term, to give you more time for your decisions). As usual, the event will give news on the informatics department, and an overview of the courses offered. In addition, there will be information regarding online teaching and exams. The Kick-Off will take place online. The lecturers will be in a zoom meeting, which for the students will be streamed to YouTube: There will also be the possibility to ask questions in the YouTube chat. We will clarify the modalities at the beginning of the Kick-Off.

Corona Orders and Measures by Saarland State

Temporary curfew due to the Corona pandemic (March 20, 2020) Implementation of the Infection Protection Act (IfSG) Dear Ladies and Gentlemen, the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 has spread worldwide in a short period of time Every effort must be made to prevent further spread. On the basis of the responsibility of the Ministry of Social Affairs, Health, Women and Family for infection protection measures to be ordered nationwide in accordance with § 54 of the Infection Protection Act (IfSG) in conjunction with § 1 para. 2 of the Ordinance on the Responsibilities under the Infection Protection Act of 12 September 2016 (AmtsBl. I p. 856), the following is issued on the basis of § 28 para. 1 sentence 2 IfSG in agreement with the Ministry of the Interior, Building and Sport General ruling Everyone is encouraged to reduce physical and social contact with other people outside the members of their own household to an absolute minimum. Wherever possible, a minimum distance between two persons of 2 m must be maintained. Restaurants according to the Saarland Restaurant Act and other catering establishments of any kind are prohibited. Excluded is the pick-up and delivery of takeaway food. Leaving one’s own home is only permitted if there are good reasons. Good reasons are in particular: the exercise of professional activities, the use of emergency care or the passing of examinations, the use of medical and veterinary care (e.g. visits doctors, medical treatment; blood donations are expressly permitted) and visits to members of the assisting professions where this is medically necessary (e.g. psycho- and physiotherapists) supply routes for the elementary basic needs of daily life (e.g. going to grocery stores, weekly markets, beverage markets, pet shops, DIY stores, garden centres, mail and packet shipping businesses, pharmacies, drugstores, medical supply stores, opticians, hearing aid acousticians, banks […]

Corona updates from the CS department

Dear students of the Computer Science department,As you might have read, the university is going to be closed, effective tomorrow, Tuesday 17 March, as a response to the pandemic. The official message from the University President is copied below. With this e-mail, we would like to inform you about how the closing affects exams and ongoing courses. Regarding the upcoming summer semester, we have the following important information for you: For further updates, please regularly check:   Should you have questions, please always check these resources first, to avoid overburdening our study coordinators! Otherwise please contact the study coordinators via e-mail. These are our commitments during the Covid 19 pandemic. By joining forces and acting calmly, informed and responsibly, we can contribute our share to slow down the spread of the virus. #FlattenTheCurve!Keep in mind: The fewer people fall ill at the same time, the better the people affected can be treated in our hospitals. This is why the infection curve must be lowered as much as possible in an effort to reduce the mortality rate by giving our health system enough time to care for and heal the patients. Physical Isolation is the most effective measure to contain the pandemic and the best way to reduce the infection rate. So, if possible, stay at home! Reduce contact with people outside your family or direct household to the absolute minimum and only leave your home if absolutely necessary. The Department of Computer Science at Saarland University hopes that everyone will remain healthy and safe throughout the corona situation and that we will soon be reunited in our familiar university setting.Stay safe and healthy everyone! Prof. Dr Jürgen Steimle (Vice Dean of Study Affairs)Dr. Tanja Breinig (Study Coordinator)