Computer Science Building at Campus Golm
Flowering bushes in front of the Computer Science Building
Sky view from inner yard
Foyer Computer Science Building
Firefighters in front of Computer Science Building

to the Institute of Computer Science!


in Golm

Sky view

from the inner yard


alas still deserted

First fire alarm

fortunately without damages

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News from the Institute and the University

Banner "There's No Planet B" in front of smoking chimneys

IfI contributes to Public Climate School

Prof. Bettina Schnor will talk on Wednesday, 19th of Mai 2021 on "Is digitisation a climate killer or has the era of green computing just begun?" (all talks will be in german)

University of Potsdam's Physics Building at night

Physics and Computer Science at the top

Excellent CHE-Ranking for University of Potsdam's Physics and Computer Science


Digital research worlds – The University at Potsdam Science Day

The Potsdam Science Day presents research - this time digitally, but for a whole week (in german)

Precision ariculture with MYNO

Sensor networks for precision agriculture on the windowsill

Kristina Sahlmann, Florian Mikolajczak and Prof. Bettina Schnor present the MYNO framework for the aggregation of sensor data at Potsdam Science Day

Participants of the online kick-off meeting

Transfer project starts with kick-off meeting

University of Potsdam and mechanical engineering network VDMA start joint computer science transfer project (in german)

Students in a factory building

Computer Science Institute takes part in VDMA initiative "Maschinenhaus - the campus for engineers"

Our institute successfully applied to participate in a transfer project within the initiative of the Verband Deutscher Anlagen- und Maschinenbau.

New Computer Science Building on Campus Golm

New Computer Science Building donated by Plattner Foundation

The Institute of Computer Science's new home on Campus Golm is completed (in german)

VR classroom

Prospective history teachers in virtual reality

An innovative teaching project developed by Prof. Monika Fenn, Jakob Arlt, Prof. Ulrike Lucke und Axel Wiepke (in german)