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Profile of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

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The Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science offers a broad spectrum of subjects for study and research. It is organised as 15 institutes in three divisions: Electrical Engineering, Information Technology and Computer Science. Research and teaching go hand in hand, with the next generation of scientists completing their doctorates under expert supervision and the best working conditions.

The Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science offers a broad spectrum of subjects for study and research. It is organised as 15 institutes in three divisions: Electrical Engineering, Information Technology and Computer Science. Research and teaching go hand in hand, with the next generation of scientists completing their doctorates under expert supervision and the best working conditions.

Did you know?

414 students began to study Computer Science in the winter semester

This large number of first-year students began their bachelor's degree studies in Computer Science in the winter semester 2019-2020. This makes Computer Science the third most popular subject at Leibniz University. A total of 1279 students are currently studying Computer Science at the faculty.

FACULTY IN FIGURES

Study & Teaching:

WS 2019-20Percentage of womenPercentage of foreign students
Total number of students3.92715 %35 %
First-semester students 1.35820 %30 %
Graduates   51016 %33 %

 

Doctoral Studies:

Academic year 2019 Percentage of women Percentage of foreign students
Completed doctorates3910 %18 %

 

Staff:

Number (Dec. 20384) Percentage of women

Total faculty

37621 %

Professors (incl. L3S)

  3611 %

Research staff (incl. L3S)

38013 %

Staff in administration and technical services     

  7061 %

 (Source: Zahlenspiegel der LUH 2020)

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FACULTY LOCATIONS

The faculty is spread across several buildings on the Welfengarten and Appelstraße/ Schneiderberg areas of the campus and has an additional facility in Marienwerder which houses the "GeCoLab", a test rig for generator-inverter systems operated by the Institute for Power Electronics and Drive Systems (IAL). The Dean's Office is located in Appelstraße 11.

Institutes and sections of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
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