Computer Science and Communications Research Unit
Our primary mission is to conduct fundamental and applied research in the area of computer, communication and information sciences. Our goal is to push forward the scientific frontiers of these fields. Additionally, we provide support for the educational tasks at the academic and professional Bachelor and Master levels as well as for the PhD program.
The CSC Research Unit is divided into four laboratories:
CSC focuses on different research thematics (Advanced Software Systems, Communicative Systems, Intelligent and Adaptive Systems, Information Security) in particular to strengthen the Interdisciplinary Centers LCSB and SnT.
Currently, the CSC includes 22 professors, 32 post-docs, more than 50 PhD candidates, and a number of research collaborators. Their research fields range from the investigation of the theoretical foundations to the development of interdisciplinary applications.
Currently, we instruct more than 200 students at the Bachelor and Master level, and try to encourage them through close supervision and advice. For the professional branches, we want to bridge the gap between theory and practice, whereas for the academic branches, we foster on a problem-oriented understanding of the theoretical foundations of computer science.
CSC activity reports
You will find below the CSC activity reports sorted by year:
Monday, 24 June 2013, 14:00 / Campus Kirchberg, Room B02