Are you interested in a doctorate in informatics?
Decide on your key research area within the Department of Informatics.
- Human-Centered Computing (HCC) focuses on the retrieval and extraction of knowledge from near-natural and technical systems; the design of adaptive, self-learning systems; and the shaping of human-computer interaction.
- Complex Systems Engineering (CSE) concentrates on the development of large software applications and infrastructures. Mastering complexity and secure operation are important aspects.
- Computing in Science (CIS) draws together the department’s activities in the fields of high-performance computing, machine learning, bioinformatics, and big data.
- Human-Centered Computing
- Complex Systems Engineering
- Theoretical Informatics
- Databases and Information Systems
- IT Security and Security Management
- Information Systems Design and Gender Perspective
- IT Management and Consulting
- Modeling and Simulation
- Security in Distributed Systems
- Software Development and Construction Methods
- Theory of Efficient Algorithms
- Telecommunications and Computer Networks (TKRN)
- Distributed Systems
- Information Systems and Sociotechnical System Design