Responsibilities of the Department Council
The Departmental Council is the highest decision-making body of the Department of Computer Science and is responsible for all matters of the department, unless another responsibility is expressly determined. In order to carry out its tasks, the Departmental Council can elect, appoint and/or commission committees, commissions, working groups and task forces. It is responsible for all matters of fundamental importance to the department. These include, among other things, the enactment of examination regulations, the adoption of the structural plan, the coordination of research projects and decisions on appointment proposals of the appointment committees.
The meetings of the Faculty Council are generally open to the public. Exceptions to this rule are items on the agenda concerning personnel decisions.
Structure of the Department Council
Members of all four status groups of the university are represented in the departmental council: Professors, academic staff, technical and administrative staff and students.
The term of office of the departmental council is two years; the student representatives on the departmental council are elected for one year at a time. The chairperson of the faculty council is elected from the group of faculty members.
The Departmental Council consists of 9 members from the professorial group, 3 students, 2 academic members, 1 non-academic member and, as non-voting members, the Dean and Vice Dean.
The chairman is Prof. Dr. Jörn Hees and his deputy is Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Heiden (as of 13.06.2023).
- Lawin Daskin
- Benedikt Malchow
- Fiona Schwindt
Overview of dates in 2023:
- 24.8.2023 (fällt aus)
- 28.12.2023 (fällt aus)
Computer Science, Professor for Data Science
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