Servus and welcome to all old and new students.
Despite the circumstances, we want to make sure that you have a pleasant time this semester as well
Even in this very different semester, we would like to make it easier for you to start your studies with first-semester tutorials. We offer both physical tutorials (of course with safety precautions and enough distance) and online tutorials
You can find more information here
First of all: You can always drop by during the journal service hours for advice
In view of the current situation and the measures taken by the TU Vienna, we are however unable to provide you with a suitable environment for learning.
As an alternative we can recommend the following study rooms:
A gathering of like-minded students interested in IT and speakers from the industry and science giving talks about Big Data, Digital Customer Experience, AI and NewSQL. See you at IT.talk 2020!
Dear master students
come to Master Minds and take the opportunity to meet your fellow master students from Informatics, Business Informatics and Data Science! Get new connections, build new learning groups or make new friends while enjoying free drinks and food.
You also have the chance to meet us, Fachschaft Wirtschaftsinformatik und Data Science, as well as gepardec.
When? 12.12.19 18:30
Where? Room BA10A, Campus Getreidemarkt (second last floor of the BA tower)
facebook event: facebook.com/events/427771101233654
See you there!
Fachschaft Wirtschaftsinformatik und Data Science
Following the successful Workshop on Digital Humanism with its Vienna Manifesto on Digital Humanism in April, there is a new course: Digital Humanism. In this course they refer to an approach that describes, analyzes, and, most importantly, influences the complex interplay of information technology and humankind, for a better society and life. Students will elaborate in groups different topics related to this term, which will then be presented and discussed in the lecture.
Lectures will be given on Wednesdays from 16:00 to 18:00 at the Zemanek lecture hall (at the Faculty of Informatics, Favoritenstr. 11), starting on Oct. 9 th .
More details and the registration are available at TISS: https://tiss.tuwien.ac.at/course/courseDetails.xhtml?dswid=2819&dsrid=542&courseNr=194072&semester=2019W
Together with this lecture there is also a lecture series on the topic with international
outstanding guest speakers. The talks are open to the public:
- “Cui bono?”
6 November 2019, 17:00 (EI 9 Hlawka HS)
Susan J. Winter, Associate Dean for Research and Co-Director of the Center for Advanced
Study of Communities and Information at the University of Maryland, College of Information
- “Humanizing Technology through Arts”
20 November 2019, 17:00 (EI 3 Sahulka HS)
Gerfried Stocker, Artistic Director of Ars Electronica, Linz, Austria
- “Living Digital Beings”
18 December 2019, 17:00 (EI 3 Sahulka HS)
Edward A. Lee, Professor at the University of California at Berkeley, Electrical Engineering
and Computer Sciences Department
- “Digitaler Humanismus”
8 January 2020, 17:00 (FH 8 Nöbauer HS)
Julian Nida-Rümelin, Professor at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich and former
German State Minister for Culture, Chair of Philosophy and Political Theory
we hope you had a pleasant summer vacation and are up to the challenges of the next semester!
Some topics we want to inform you about:
Web Engineering canceled!
The mandatory course Web Engineering will not be held during the upcoming semester. The following statement can be found on TISS:
“Please note: This course cannot be offered in WS 2019/20 and will be offered again in SS 2020.
Students, who might suffer a study delay, can complete the LVA 185.A01 2VU Object-oriented Programming Techniques in WS 2019/20 instead of the LVA 188.951 2VU Web Engineering. In case that these students have already passed Object-oriented Programming Techniques to fulfill the transfer rules for 8VU Algorithms and Datastructures, these students may choose any course of SPF/INT – Schwerpunkt Informationstechnologie or SPF/WIN – Schwerpunkt Wirtschaftsinformatik of the winter term 2019/20.”
Data Science – Number of mandatory Tracks
The number of mandatory specialization tracks (“Schlüsselbereiche”) was reduced from “at least three out of four tracks” to “at least two out of four” tracks. This implies less restrictions regarding the study plan. For further details check out the curricula, page 3. The changes are already decided by the study commission, yet are not visible yet.
VO / VU Private Law
Because of a wrong study plan assignment in TISS the course VO Private Law was part of the bachelor study plan Business Informatics. This course is not part of the stud plan. The course which is part of the study plan is VU Private Law. Everyone who already completed the VO course is allowed to use it instead of the VU. Regarding further questions please consult the dean of student affairs, Christian Huemer.
New specialization tracks – Bachelor Business Informatics!
New specialization tracks (domain information technology and Business and Economics) are available now.
Some examples are…
- Functional Programming, Introduction to Visual Computing,
Data and Information law – Exercises, …
- Fundamentals of Work Science, Industrial Informationsystems, Investment and Finance 2, Advanced Macroeconomics, …
These courses are not present in the curricula, yet are decided by the study commission and therefore present in TISS.
Should any questions arise, please don’t hesitate to contact us via email@example.com
THANK YOU for YOUR Vote!
Thanks to your vote our candidates got elected and we as a Student Union can continue to represent your opinion and interests!
We are pleased over the result and looking forward to the many projects we planned for you!
Here are the results in detail:
Gyenes Laszlo Mate: 121 votes
Kowarik Martin: 108 votes
Kroneder Michael: 124 votes
Orthmann Julian: 31 votes
Pratter Dennis: 28 votes
Singh Manpreet: 107 votes
Travnicek Tanja: 32 votes
Vales Jan: 24 votes
Zlatunic Ivana: 114 votes
On the university wide Student Union level we have reasons to celebrate as well! FACHSCHAFTSLISTE will keep their absolute majority and they are going to continue to solve the problems of all students studying at TU Wien by working at HTU.
You can find all results of the elections for the Study Representations and the university wide Student Union here (German only).
June = Pride Month! #celebratepride #diversity #inclusivity
If you don’t vote for our candidates during the ÖH Elections, our current Student Union may no longer exist in the future!
Dear student of Business Informatics or Data Science,
We have four counter-candidates of the Student Union for Informatics. Their slogan “One faculty means: one Student Union” questions our very existence.
To guarantee that we will further be able to offer our services to you, it’s important to vote for all 5 candidates of the Student Union for Business Informatics and Data Science in the upcoming ÖH Elections on 27 – 29 of May (you may vote for all 5 candidates). Our candidates are:
- GYENES László
- KOWARIK Martin
- KRONEDER Michael
- SINGH Manpreet
- ZLATUNIĆ Ivana
Thanks to your vote, in the last two years we were able to offer you, amongst other things, the following:
- Company workshops
- Freshers tutorials
- Advice in a variety of topics (start to study, Erasmus, transition rules, etc)
- Contributions to the Curricula, to give you more freedom
- and much more!
Your vote counts! Please vote! More information: https://www.winf.at/en/
your Student Union for Business Informatics and Data Science