How many students are enrolled in Computer Science in Saarbrücken? How many researchers work at the various institutes? How many of our graduates have gone on to hold chairs or other important positions? The answers to these questions and more can be found here.
Researchers of Computer Science Research in Saarbrücken have won six Leibniz Prizes, the highest German research award. Saarbrücken is furtheron the only Campus with three Karl Heinz Beckurts awards, four Konrad Zuse awards and the only German Future Prize awarded to a researcher in Computer Science. An overview of the most important prizes awarded to Saarbrücken's computer scientists can be found here. Awards granted to researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Informatics are listed under this link.
In short clips, computer science undergrads, graduate students and researchers tell you what they appreciate most about the unique academic and research environment in Saarbrücken.
A selection of photos offers an impression of the environment awaiting you on the Saarbrücken campus.