To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Aachen Computer Science, a festive week with many events will take place in September. Under which motto? Here you are asked! Until 31 March 2022, proposals for logos and mottos can be submitted to email@example.com. A selection of current submissions can be seen above. The winner will be chosen by the organising committee.
You can win a VIP invitation to the ceremony - the highlight of the anniversary week on 09.09.2022 - and a surprise. The first ten entries will also receive an invitation to a barbecue on the sunny terrace of our chair.
We look forward to many creative submissions!
The Team GalaXIs won first place at this year's Carolo-Basic-Cup by a clear margin. The competition is open to international student teams with self-developed automated model vehicles.
The team won both the static and dynamic disciplines in the competition. A total of 6 teams from all over Germany took part. The competition was held in an at-home format due to the Corona pandemic, where the teams had to solve various tasks and document them in a video entry. The video contribution of the team galaxis here can be viewed here.
We congratulate the team, consisting of the students Maximilian Lüer, Pharath Palesuvaran, David Klüner and Rüdiger Erdweg.
The team is looking for more members for season 22/23. Interested students can contact the team on the Webseite.
From February 4 to February 11, 2019, the winter colloquium of the Chair of Computer Science 11 took place. The scientific staff presented and discussed their current research results in Kleinwalsertal, Austria. Furthermore, we discussed strategies for teaching and improvements of the internal information management. A creative break could be taken in a sportive way on the ski slopes or while hiking. Due to the currently ongoing pandemic, the colloquium was held in compliance with a strict hygiene concept. Not the entire staff was able to come to the Söllerhaus for the same reason. Nevertheless, all participants agreed that the meetings and the exchange on site were a great success and an important contribution to the normalization of the chair life.