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Research at the Faculty of Computer Science

The Faculty of Computer Science covers a wide range of research topics, starting from Theoretical Computer Science through to Applied and Practical Computer Science. This comprises fundamental research on an international top level as well as application-oriented research with an interdisciplinary approach involving a wide variety of partners.

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Research at the faculty of computer science

Current research issues in the field of computer science are processed by the institutes of applied computer science, artifical intelligence, software and multimedia technology, system architecture, technical computer science and theoretical computer science.

Internal and external research centers extend the research spectrum of the faculty. Among others, the internal center ICCL (International Center for Computational Logic) focuses on research in algebra, logic and formal methods, while the external centers BIOTEC and cfaed accomplish research in the field of bioinformatics or the development of alternative materials, technologies and systems for electronic devices of the future.