Department of Computer Science
The fabric of ETH’s computer science department is its dynamic and intellectual community which achieves award-winning research, attracts talent, and sparks worldwide collaborations.
Do you welcome academic challenge, quality education, flexible curriculum choice, multicultural campus life, and rewarding friendships? Study computer science at ETH Zurich.
Making scientific subjects accessible to young talents is the prime mission of the "Kinderlabor". This initiative sustainably enriches the industry, business and individuals.
Discover Prof. Timothy Roscoe's take on the significance of the award, his contributions to research, and the meaning of success.
As a significant member of the computer science faculty, Prof. Jürg Gutknecht looks back on nearly 40 years of research and reminds us to look towards the future.
24. Apr 2014,
Rajesh Sharma and Lawrence Chai: Frozen: The Technology Behind Art-Directed Simulation
25. Apr 2014,
Disney Tech Talk: Brent Strong: Live Your Dreams - Interactivity in Disney Parks
05. Mai 2014,
Distinguished CS Colloquium - How hard is to find a good solution?
Apr 12, 2014
Apr 11, 2014
Prof. Bernd Gärtner and the "Laboratory for Children" bring scientific subjects such as computer science closer to individuals at the ETH hosted event "Treffpunkt Science City".
Seemingly without effort, Prof. Jürg Gutknecht has ventured into and shaped numerous branches of knowledge throughout his exceptional career.
Selected as ACM Fellow 2013, Prof. Timothy Roscoe has been given a prestigious award from the largest scientific association for computer science.
"A good designer must rely on experience, on precise, logic thinking, and on pedantic exactness. No magic will do," Prof. Wirth said.
Prof. Marc Pollefeys’ Computer Vision and Geometry Group presented its latest research on mobile 3D scanning technology at this year’s IEEE conference in Sydney.
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