Computer Science maintains a central office for the general administration of the department. The executive manager, the program coordinator, the coordinator for public relations, the secretaries and the system administrator belong to the central administrative services. You will find all addresses and opening hours here.
The main secretariat also administers the following practicalities which students and staff in the Computer Science Department will find useful:
* Transponder Cards (to use the computer rooms)
* Keys for lecture halls & Beamer
* Reservations for lecture halls and conference rooms
* Administration of lockers
* Employment of student assistants and staff
The janitor for the computer science buildings is Frank Thiel, Tel. 0681/302-2989, E-Mail: hausmeister(-at-)cs.uni-sb.de
All questions about examinations, credit points or bachelor and master thesis are answered by the staff of our examination office. Please have a look at the website of the examination office with a lot of further informations.
The refectory of Saarland University (Mensa) is near the computer science buildings. It offers a large variety of hot and cold foods. In the evening you can eat in the "Mensa Café".
Under the following link you find the actual weekly menu of refectory as pdf.
Snacks and bakery products you get every morning at a stand of EDEKA supermarket in the foyer of computer science building E 1.3 (Rotunde).
Deanship of Computer Science
The Dean is the head of faculty and elected by the Faculty Council for a duration of two year. The Dean may get a reduction in the number of teaching hours but fulfills all administrative tasks alongside regular duties. The current office holders Computer Science and Mathematics may be found here.
The Dean's Office assists the Dean and Faculty Council in their duties as well as coordinating the official procedures regarding doctoral and "Habilitation" degrees.
Dekanat der Fakultät 6- Mathemtik und Informatik
Campus E2 4 Raum 110
Phone: +49 (0)681 / 302-5070
Fax: +49 (0)681 / 302-5068
The Computer Support Group (RBG) is responsible for the IT infrastructure in the Computer Science buildings. Among other things, they set up and service the computers in the student computer pool rooms (so-called CIP pools). The computer support group web pages provide the answers to the most common questions regarding computer access, available applications and programs and printer usage (FAQ).
The computer support group also employs student assistants who are available in the CIP pools to help with problems and answer questions during the opening hours.