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, Anika Lütke-Bordewick and Rebekka Rübel, are reachable for general questions at sprecher@.
The FSR-Informatik again offers access to the student council office (48-464) for the public. The following rules apply:
A maximum of 12 people are allowed in the student council.
A face mask must be worn in the room.
Wash or disinfect hands when entering the room.
People who stay for more than 10 minutes must check into the Corona-Warn-App Event (QR-Code) aswell as have their 2G+-status (vaccinated/convalesce plus negativ test/booster) verified by an authorized person (see below)
There are 9 permanent seats. 4 at the large desk, one at the terminal, 4 on the sofa. The face mask can be removed while sitting on these. (If the workplace is entered or left, it must be disinfected.)
The room is ventilated for 15 minutes every full hour or if indicated by luftwache.fsin.fo. That is independent of the weather.
The room may only be made accessible to the public by authorized persons. People with keys can still join the fachschafts-bureau. The person who opens the room (or a delegate) has to make sure that the rules are implemented. The CovPass-App to verify 2G-QR-Codes is installed on the smartphone provided in the Fachschafts-bureau.
A person is authorized to verify someones 2G+-status and open up the Fachschafts-bureau to the public, if they signed declaration of commitment with the Spokesperson.
To freshen up the monotonous everyday life of an online semester, we’ve come up with something interesting for you. A programming tournament called “Programming Clash”, in which you compete against other in several small programming competitions! Who is the fastest? Who writes the shortest code? We will find out on 1st of July. More information about the event and the registration in this Olat course! We are looking forward to hear from you.
The university elections are just around the corner: The student representatives in the departmental council (FBR) and senate and the members of the student parliament (StuPa) wil be newly elected. These are the people who ensure that the problems of the students are heard by the university management and the faculty and that the student opinion is represented in current discussions. For a strong student mandate, it is also important to achieve a high voter turnout and thus support your representative.
You can do this in person on February 2 and 3. But we ask you to vote by mail this year. You can easily apply for the documents online at https://www.stupa.uni-kl.de/en/wahlen. There you will also find all other information about the election.
The student council has compiled a list for the departmental council: Anika, Jules, Marvin and Kathrin are running together. The four of them already have some experience in representing the students’ opinion as spokespersons and management of the student council and have often worked together successfully. Anika and Kathrin have also been on the FBR for some years, while Marvin and Jules are running for this office for the first time and will set some new impulses. In addition, they will be supported by Pascal, our co-speaker, who is running as a successor.
With such good candidates, there is only one thing left to do: Go vote!