The teams from Johannes Gutenberg University participated in the German Collegiate Programming Contest (GCPC 2015). Team D3PO (pictured) earned an excellent ninth place and was the only team (of 62) to correctly solve the Bounty Hunter problem. Some students consider competing in the Northwestern European Programming Contest (NWERC 2015) as well, which will be held in November in Linköping, Sweden.
Thirty years ago the first Professor of Computer Science was appointed at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU). A lot has since changed in this relatively recent field. This special anniversary is a good reason to take a quick look back, despite the fact that the professors at the Institute of Computer Science prefer to talk about their current work and projects. After all, the present and future are far more interesting to them than a brief history of their discipline.
Computer Scientists of the Johannes Gutenberg-University have developed a new software to analyze complex situations in football matches Continue reading ""Soccer" – new software developed"
The Institute of Computer Science celebrates 30 years anniversary Continue reading "30 years Institute of Computer Science"
Sophie Burkhardt receives first PRIME Research doctoral scholarship worth 25.000 Euro. Continue reading "PRIME Research scholarship"
You will start your studies of computer science in the upcoming winter term? Then you will find important information on the following page to help you get started
The teaching offering for the summer term 2021 has been presented on Wednesday, 27 January at 12 p.m.. The slides of the presentation are available as download at the following link