After a Corona break of two years it's finally time for celebration again! Therefore the Department of Informatics cordially invites its students, Professors and employees to its Summer Party - for the last time under the label of "Department". After the traditional table football tournament organized by the Fachschaft MPI in the afternoon, in the context of the Award Ceremony the Center for Doctoral Studies in Informatics and its Applications (CeDoSIA) will grant the awards for excellent mentoring of doctoral students and the Fachschaft MPI will grant the awards for excellent teaching. Subsequently, as every year, we offer music, free food and drinks: burgers, BBQ, salads, soft drinks and beer.
There will no longer be a 3G requirement for accessing TUM premises. Pending further information on the extension of the mask requirement, TUM urgently and emphatically recommends the use of FFP2 masks on all TUM premises where the minimum distance of 1.5 meters cannot be maintained.
From 1 p.m. Table football tournament organized by the Fachschaft MPI
in the main hall (person responsible: Tim Schäfer). Participation is free of charge! Please make your reservations here: https://registration.fs.tum.de/kicker/
5 p.m. Welcoming Adress by Prof. Hans-Joachim Bungartz, Dean of the Department of Informatics
on the stage in front of ITüpferl
5.05 p.m. Award Ceremony presented by Prof. Thomas Neumann, Dean of Studies of the Department of Informatics
on the stage in front of ITüpferl
- CeDoSIA Supervisory Awards presented by Carolin Schuster
- TeachInf Awards of the Fachschaft MPI presented by Nils Harmsen
- Awards of the winners of the table football tournament organized by the Fachschaft MPI presented by Tim Schäfer
5.42 p.m. Summer Party with BBQ (Main hall / beer garden): Doner kebab, burgers, BBQ, salads and drinks for free.
Official end: 9 p.m.
- Women in Computer Science @ TUM (Informatik Forum Frauen, IFF)
- TUfast Eco Team
- TUM Phoenix Robotics
- WARR (Scientific Workgroup for Rocketry and Spaceflight/Wissenschaftliche Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Raketentechnik und Raumfahrt)
The ITüpferl will be open from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Due to the pandemic, this space has unfortunately been closed to visitors for the past two years. As of May 18, the ITüpferl is open again for visitors of all kinds, so alumni, industry partners, scientists, students, and pupils! The ITüpferl is an interactive laboratory, a research workshop, and a museum at the same time. The research group of Applied Software Engineering (Prof. Stephan Krusche) presents topics of modern computer science research, most notably the DuckieTown platform (https://www.duckietown.org), which makes the current state of robotics and artificial intelligence accessible and tangible for visitors from any discipline. In addition, scientists from the research group work on cutting-edge topics in the ITüpferl and show applications and demonstrations from their research projects. In addition to the research workshop, the ITüpferl also features several exhibits from the history of computer science, including a workstation computer from the beginning of computers and hard drives of different generations. The regular opening hours of the ITüpferl: Every Wednesday from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. (during the lecture period). Further information regarding the ITüpferl can be found here: https://www.in.tum.de/forschung/ituepferl
We thank our SPONSORS! At their booths they will offer Cocktails, Photobox, Code Challenge, Club Mate Pillar, Popcorn, Bean Bag Toss Game, Nintendo 64 (Mario Kart), Fruits and Snacks, ...
- BSI Business Systems Integration Deutschland GmbH
- S&N Invent GmbH
- Itestra GmbH
- Netlight Consulting GmbH
- Rohde & Schwarz GmbH & Co. KG
- Knorr-Bremse Systeme für Schienenfahrzeuge GmbH
We hope to see you there!