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Welcome to the digital summer semester 2020!

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Dear newly enrolled students!

Welcome to Faculty IV Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at TU Berlin! The digital lecture period for the summer semester started on April 20, 2020. Until further notice, all on-site classes are canceled, hence, also the subject-specific introductions to our master's programs could not take place in the usual format. In order for you to get off to a good start in your studies, we set up online alternatives and replacement offers, which you will find listed below.

Introducing our different Master’s Programs

Find out more about the offers for your Master's program below.

Computer Science (Informatik)

This presentation contains tips and information on your degree program compiled by the student advisory service. 

Further information
Web
website of the master's program
Study guide
In the service box "M.Sc. Studienführer" in the right-hand side navigation, you will find the study guide of the master's program Computer Science (Informatik), which contains the most important information about your degree program as well as a list of decentralized and dedicated contact persons.
ISIS forum
platform for public Q&A and open-topic discussions
access:
isis.tu-berlin.de/mod/forum/view.php

Student Advisory Service
Any questions? Please email to the student advisory service Computer Science.
Email:

Electrical Engineering

The introductory session (slides) (German) provides an overview of the structure and content of your master's program as well as on important contacts.

This presentation (information given in German) contains tips and information on your degree program compiled by the student advisory service. 

Information & communication
Web
website of the master's program (German)
Study guide
In the service box "M.Sc. Studienführer" in the right-hand side navigation, you will find the study guide of the master's program Electrical Engineering (information given in German), which contains the most important information about your degree program as well as a list of decentralized and dedicated contact persons.
Student Advisory Service
Any questions? Please email to the student advisory service Electrical Engineering.
Email:

Computer Engineering

Introductory Presentation (slides)

This presentation (information given in German) contains tips and information on your degree program compiled by the student advisory service. 

Further information
Web
website of the master's program (information given in German)
Study guide
In the service box "M.Sc. Studienführer" in the right-hand side navigation, you will find the study guide of the master's program Computer Engineering (information given in German), which contains the most important information about your degree program as well as a list of decentralized and dedicated contact persons.
Student Advisory Service
Any questions? Please email to the student advisory service Computer Engineering.
Email:

Information Systems Management (Wirtschaftsinformatik)

In the introductory presentation (slides), Prof. Dr. Ingo Weber, as academic coordinator of this degree program, provides you an initial overview of the structure and content of your Master's program as well on important contacts.

This presentation contains tips and information on your degree program compiled by the student advisory service. 

Q&A ON THE INTRODUCTORY SESSION WITH MIT PROF. WEBER
WHEN? on Monday, April 20, 2020, 11am-12noon via Webex Training
Please join the session 5-10 minutes in advance so that technical problems can be solved before the Q&A starts.
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to start the session (password: ZnpePZS26X8)
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1. go to tu-berlin.webex.com/tu-berlin/k2/j.php
2. log in to your account
3. click on "Start now"
4. follow the instructions on the screen

Information & communication
Web
website of the master's program

Study guide
In the service box "M.Sc. Studienführer" in the right-hand side navigation, you will find the study guide of the master's program Information Systems Management (Wirtschaftsinformatik), which contains the most important information about your degree program as well as a list of decentralized and dedicated contact persons.

Student Advisory
Service         
Any questions? Please email to the student advisory service Information Systems Management
Email:

Digital Media & Technology

Introductory Session (video) (German)

In the introductory session, Prof. Möller, as academic coordinator of this degree program, provides you an initial overview of the structure and content of your master's program as well as on important contacts.

Download slides (German)

This presentation (information given in German) contains tips and information on your degree program compiled by the student advisory service. 

Q&A ON THE INTRODUCTORY SESSION WITH PROF. MÖLLER
WHEN? on Monday, April 20, 2020, 1-2pm via Zoom

Access to Zoom meeting: tu-berlin.zoom.us/j/97794951944
Information & communication
Web
website of the master's program (German)

Study guide
In the service box "M.Sc. Studienführer" in the right-hand side navigation, you will find the study guide of the master's program Digital Media & Technology, which contains the most important information about your degree program as well as a list of decentralized and dedicated contact persons.
Student Advisory Service
Any questions? Please email to the student advisory service Digital Media & Technology.
Email:
MInitiative
In the student representation of interests "MInitiative", students of the Digital Media &Technology master's program from different years organize themselves in order to promote the exchange. Web: minitiative.org  
Email:

What else should you know at the start of your Master's degree program?

SoSe 2020: Switch to online courses

This situation is also unusual for us and we are breaking new ground. Probably, some things will not immediately work out the way we imagine. Nevertheless, even under these circumstances we want to try to compensate for canceled on-site classes and services through digital offers. The lecturers are working on formats so that as many modules as possible can also be offered online. Please check this website to find out which courses will be offered in summer semester. English language courses will be marked accordingly.

 

 

 

Special feature of some of our master’s programs: study areas

The curriculum of the master's programs of Computer Engineering, Computer Science (Informatik), Electrical Engineering and Information Systems Management (Wirtschaftsinformatik) is structured in study areas.

Help and tutorials to the IT-systems of TU Berlin

 

At TU Berlin various IT systems are used, for example, as a learning platform (ISIS) or to register for module examinations (QISPOS). But what exactly are Moses, ISIS, QISPOS and LSF? To answer these questions, some tutorials have been recorded that show what these systems can be used for and, above all, how to use them. Click here for the tutorials.

 

 

Resource collection "Remote University"

Due to the current situation, the student initiative "Freitagsrunde" at faculty IV has compiled a resource collection "Remote University" which is constantly updated. The collection contains e.g. reference to digital TU interfaces and many other useful hints. Suggestions for additions please email to .

Information on starting your studies at TU Berlin

Welcome to TU Berlin - website on starting your studies

The TU Berlin has set up the new central website Summer Semester 2020 - digital for a clear presentation of the most important information. There you will find, for example, the latest information from the TU Berlin's Crisis Office as well as specific information on organizing your studies and examinations.

Please keep informed regularly as the current situation is unpredicatable and may be subject to changes at any time.

Contacts at Faculty IV

Student Advisory Service

Do you have any questions about your degree program?

If you have any questions regarding your degree program, please contact our student advisory service by email. The advisors are students themselves and will be happy to help you with organizational and content-related questions.

Until further notice, counseling can mainly be offered via e-mail. Additionally, you can contact the student advisory service directly via the following ISIS course during the office hours listed on the website.

NEW: Weekly Q&A sessions for all students of Faculty IV

In cooperation, the mentoring and student advisory service of Faculty IV will offer Q&A sessions via ZOOM twice a week from 27 April 2020. Further information can be found here (e.g. access).

Examination Boards

The Examination Board of the respective degree program makes sure that examination regulations are respected and are responsible for all related questions in this regard. The Examination Board deals with all questions concerning exams but does not provide study counseling. Please contact the Student Advisory Service for all general questions regarding your course of study and application forms. 

More information can be found on the website of the examination boards of Faculty IV.

Mentoring@eecs

Lupe

Since the winter semester 2019/20, the mentoring of Faculty IV has been supporting and accompanying students - initially focused on first-semester students of the Bachelor's degree programs - in all questions concerning their studies during the introductory phase. In further steps, offers for higher Bachelor's semesters and Master's students will follow.

The Mentoring website also offers helpful online information for master students about the study and student life at Faculty IV. In digital tutorials, e.g. for the platforms LSF, MOSES, ISIS, you can familiarize yourself with the IT systems of the TU Berlin.

NEW: Weekly Q&A sessions for all students of Faculty IV

In cooperation, the mentoring and student advisory service of Faculty IV offer Q&A sessions via ZOOM twice a week from 27 April 2020. Further information can be found here (e.g. access).

You want to get involved? student initiative "Freitagsrunde"

The student initiative "Freitagsrunde" of Faculty IV is a group of students who volunteer at the TU Berlin during their studies. In normal times the "Freitagsrunde" meets on Fridays at 2pm. Are you interested? You can find contact information on the website.

 

 

We wish everybody a successful start into the digital summer semester 2020!

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