Willkommen bei der Fachschaft Informatik!

Until further notice the rooms of the Fachschaft Informatik will remain closed. On one hand, because the university administration has forbidden students to enter all buildings, on the other hand, because it is currently a health risk to keep a room open to the public without taking massive hygiene precautions, which we cannot do.

If you need advice on exams, data protection, or your studies, you can contact the relevant people as before.

Unfortunately, this also means that social events of the Fachschaft cannot take place outside the Fachschaft rooms, especially during Ewoche, our party, or barbecue. We are looking forward to the situation relaxing and to seeing you again.

We help you with questions regarding your studies, exams from previous years, or other concerns, we organize events and provide coffee and sweets. Feel free to visit us in our Fachschafts-room in 48-464.

An overview over all the services the Fachschaft provides can be found here.

Our spokespersons, Julian Stieß and Tobias Schür, are reachable for general questions at sprecher@.

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Digital Plenary Meeting of the Student Body Computer Science

You are cordially invited to the plenary meeting (Vollversammlung) of the student body of the Computer Science department on Tuesday, 26th May, 3:30 pm in digital form. We will be using the RHRK-hosted tool BigBlueButton.
You are invited to join our Mattermost-Channel (use your RHRK-credentials to login): https://teamwork.rarp-kl.de/aktivefsinfo/channels/vollversammlung

From there you can join the BigBlueButton-session on tuesday. If possible be early, so we can sort out any technical issues in advance!

The current agenda is as follows:

1. Setting of the Agenda
2. Announcements

    3. Measures against Corona
    4. Statements of accounts of the student council (FSR)
    5. Digital Learning
    6. Outlook
    7. Various
The department will be answering questions about this semesters digital learning. If you already have questions, send them to me in advance, so they can prepare better.
Due to the current circumstances, we will not be able to hold elections. We will announce the elections as soon as we have further information available.
Geschrieben am 19. May 2020 von Marc

Invitation to the Student Council Meeting on 20th May 2020

You are cordially invited to the Student Council Meeting on Wednesday 20thMay at 15:30 in a conference call. The current agenda is as follows:

  1. Setting of the agenda
  2. Protocols
  3. Announcements
  4. Plenarymeeting (VV)
  5. Various

If you want to purpose any changes to the agenda, you can do so in the Etherpad.

Geschrieben am 13. May 2020 von Marc

Invitation to the Student Council Meeting on 6th May 2020

You are cordially invited to the Student Council Meeting on Wednesday 6th, May at 15:30 in a conference call. The current agenda is as follows:

  1. Setting of the agenda
  2. Protocols
  3. Announcements
  4. Mailinglists
  5. Plenarymeeting (VV)
  6. Various

If you want to purpose any changes to the agenda, you can do so in the Etherpad.

 


Invitation to the Student Council Meeting on 22nd April 2020

You are cordially invited to the Student Council Meeting on Wednesday 22ndApril at 15:30 in a conference call. The current agenda is as follows:

  1. Setting of the agenda
  2. Protocols
  3. Announcements
  4. Various

If you want to purpose any changes to the agenda, you can do so in the Etherpad. I’m looking forward to see you there.


Communicate with the Fachschaft online

The Fachschaft offers their own Mattermost-Team, to stay in touch with each other there. Mattermost is just another communication medium comparable to Slack.

Advantages for us are for example:

Especially at times where the Fachschaftsroom is not that accessible, this is a great oppertunity to stay in touch with the Fachschaft. So join us and ask questions, get help, chat, and socialize. Just follow the link:

Geschrieben am 5. April 2020 von Marc

Ewoche Online

Like every semester, we organize the Ewoche (roughly: freshers’ week). But like everybody else, we have a tiny problem due to physical distancing. We still give our best and welcome new students. For this, we are using a combination of Mattermost, OLAT, and other tools.

If you want to participate in Ewoche, especially if you are a new student, join Mattermost. This is a chat service you can either use in your browser or install a desktop client or an app. OLAT is a learning platform, also used by most lectures. You can get to the Ewoche course here. The access code is will be announced on the website below. For OLAT and Mattermost, you need the RHRK-credentials you should have received via mail.

For more information, go to ewoche.de/master.

Geschrieben am von Manuel Dossinger

Fachschaft Virolocky

Until further notice the rooms of the Fachschaft Informatik will remain closed. On one hand, because the university administration has forbidden students to enter all buildings, on the other hand, because it is currently a health risk to keep a room open to the public without taking massive hygiene precautions, which we cannot do.

If you need advice on exams, data protection, or your studies, you can contact the relevant people as before.

Unfortunately, this also means that social events of the Fachschaft cannot take place outside the Fachschaft rooms, especially during Ewoche, our party, or barbecue. We are looking forward to the situation relaxing and to seeing you again.

Geschrieben am 18. March 2020 von Julian Stieß

Semesteropening-Party Cancelled

At a foyer party, people dance, sweat, crowd together, in short: the perfect opportunity for diseases to spread. In times of the spreading COVID 19 pandemic, it is a high risk to host such a party.

Therefore, the FSR decided on Wednesday to cancel the semester opening party planned for mid-April. At that time, we had hardly invested any money. Still, after the regular course of events, it would be time to conclude financially binding contracts, such as insurance or contracts for security personnel.

City and state have issued closures of bigger events, and this confirms that we made the right decision and averted both financial risk from the Fachschaft and medical risk from helpers and all guests.

Geschrieben am 13. March 2020 von Manuel Dossinger

Invitation to the FSR meeting on March 18th

Hello everyone,

you are cordially invited to the Student Council Meeting on Wednesday 18th, March at 13:00 in 48-438. The current agenda is as follows:

Setting of the agenda
Protocols
Beverages
Announcements
Elections
SeO (SemesterOpening)
Various

We are going to elect further representatives to the department “Prüfungsberatung”.
If you want to purpose any changes to the agenda, you can do so in the Etherpad. I’m looking forward to see you there.

Geschrieben am 11. March 2020 von Julian Stieß

A Statement about respectful cooperation at the university

As a student body, we would like to point out that everyone is welcome here, regardless of their origin or physical and psychological impairments.

We are committed to treating each other with respect as equals. We firmly reject discriminatory and offensive behavior.

For those affected by discriminatory behavior, we, as the Referat for Gender Equality and Inclusion of the student council, are glad to serve as contact partners at gleichstellung@fachschaft.cs.uni-kl.de. Otherwise the Equal Opportunities Officer of the Fachbereich Informatik, Prof. Leitte is available for this at gsb@informatik.uni-kl.de.

Besides, the Gender Equality, Diversity and Family Affairs Office offers counseling at gleichstellung-vielfalt-familie@uni-kl.de.

We also stand behind the directive for respectful cooperation at Technische Universität Kaiserslautern.

We would like to emphasize:

“Respectful cooperation is practised through polite, appreciative communication via all communication channels, as well as collegiality, fairness and courtesy. Reliability and helpfulness stand for respectful behaviour as well as open, honest and friendly interaction. TUK is committed to equal opportunities and family friendliness at its university. Mutual respect and appreciation are the basis for cooperation which cannot function without mutual information and factual debate. Any conflicts that arise are dealt with in an open and solution-oriented manner.“

Geschrieben am 22. February 2020 von Klein