Opening ceremony members in the foyer of the new computer science building
Flowering bushes in front of the Computer Science Building
Sky view from inner yard
Members of the opening ceremony visit the new building
Students' workspace
Our new institute building

was opened on June 15th at the location of the faculty of science in Golm

Spring

in Golm

Sky view

from the inner yard

Representatives of the university

management get an idea of the new possibilities in computer science teaching and research.

Students' workspace

in the new Computer Science Building

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News from the Institute and the University

Dr. Nadine Dittert is deputy professor for Didactics of Computer Science

My name is Nadine Dittert and I am happy to represent the Professorship of Didactics of Computer Science this summer and next winter semester! For me, computer science is lively, diverse and, above all, creative and 'tangible' and I like to share that with future teachers and computer science students.

In the "Child-Computer-Interaction" seminar, we develop our own haptic product for children, taking current research into account, and in this sense we 'do' computer science. In the basic courses on "Didactics of Computer Science" (I+II), methods and necessary knowledge for working with schoolchildren are also taught with a view to diversity, creativity and, wherever possible, "graspability".

My current research focuses on computer science education as part of education in the digitally networked world for everyone. In this sense, working in interdisciplinary contexts in computer science also plays a central role for me and I am looking forward to the exchange with the students and new colleagues. I am looking forward to an exciting year in Potsdam!

Dr. Michael Striewe is deputy professor of Software Engineering

My name is Michael Striewe. I am happy to represent the Professorship of Software Engineering in the summer semester 2022 and to be able to pass on my experience in the conception and architecture of software applications in teaching.

In addition to classic software engineering topics such as the formal specification and verification of applications and the use of design patterns in architectural design, I deal with application-oriented development of systems in the field of educational technology.

As a substitute professor, I offer the lectures "Software Engineering II" (Bachelor) and "Formal Methods in Software Engineering" (Master) in the summer semester.


Anniversary Celebration

70 plus two years botanical garden in Potsdam

Students develop AI chip

project to promote practice-oriented teaching

My workday

Finn Ziehe and Axel Wiepke work at the Institute of Computer Science (article in german)

One for all and everyone

University of Potsdam publishes freely accessible ORCID integration for TYPO3