State teaching award won
Prof. Falk Schreiber is member of a team of professors which won the teaching award of the state of Baden-Württemberg (Landeslehrpreis) for their highly interdisciplinary and innovative teaching concept "Medial Ausstellungsgestaltung" (Media Exhibition Design). The teaching award of the state of Baden-Württemberg recognises particularly good teaching performance since the mid-1990s, and Science Minister Theresia Bauer explains about all price winners "They are convincing with their innovative and creative approaches to teaching and are representative of the many teachers who inspire our students every day and take them with them into new worlds of knowledge."
International Symposium on Integrative Bioinformatics 2022
We invite you to participate at the 16th Symposium on integrative Bioinformatics, which will take place from 15th - 16th September 2022 in Constance (Kloster Hegne St. Elisabeth). It will be of interest to Bioinformaticians, Computer Scientists, System Biologists, and others working or interested in developing area of Integrative Bioinformatics. The meeting will provide an excellent evnironment and a range of opportunities to present and discuss methods, theoretical approaches and their practical applications.
New Speaker of the Department Informatics in Life Sciences of GI Society
Prof. Falk Schreiber is the new speaker of the Department Informatics in the Life Sciences of the German Computer Science Society.
The German Computer Science Society (GI) with around 20,000 members is the largest and most important society for computer science in German-speaking countries and has represented the interests of computer scientists in science, business, public administration, society and politics since 1969. Informatics in the Life Sciences is one of the 14 departments of the GI, covering a broad range of disciplines including medical informatics, bioinformatics, cheminformatics, environmental informatics and agroinformatics.
New Vice Speaker of SFB-TRR 161
Prof. Falk Schreiber is the new vice speaker of the SFB-TRR 161 'Quantitative Methods for Visual Computing' (funded by the DFG), which is a transregional collaborative research center of the University of Stuttgart, University of Konstanz, Ulm university, and the LMU Munich. Within the SFB-TRR 161 around 40 scientists of different fields (visualisation, computer vision and graphics, human-computer interaction, multimedia linguistics and applied psychology) are working on improving the quality of future visual computing methods.