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The Information Systems Institute in Leipzig (IWI)

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The City of Leipzig

Leipzig is, with a population of appr. 519,000, the largest city in the federal state of Saxony, Germany and in the new states of Germany. In the 17th century, Leipzig was one of the major European city-centres of learning and culture in fields such as music, astronomy and optics. After World War II, Leipzig became a major urban centre within the Communist German Democratic Republic.

Leipzig Reichsgericht

Leipzig later played a significant role in the fall of communism in Eastern Germany, through events taken place in and around St. Nikolai Church. After the Reunification of Germany, Leipzig has undergone significant change with the restoration of historical buildings and the development of a modern transport infrastructure. In 2006, Leipzig hosted key games in the World Cup.

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The Information Systems Institute in Leipzig (IWI)

Leipzig IWI

The Information Systems Institute (IWI) was founded in 2004 and combines the competence of three Information Systems chairs, with the three chairs existing for 15 years already. The chairs of the institute today comprise approx. 25 researchers as well as the faculty’s computation centre (FRZ). In order to ensure a profound education, the institute offers a broad range of facilities including (PC) laboratories, the connection with the University’s Computation Centre and a library covering most of the latest literature on computer science and business information systems. Research and teaching at the IWI focuses on innovative and practice-oriented topics and aims for a well- founded and practice-oriented education. IWI maintains relationships with numerous international companies and research institutes.



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University of Leipzig

University of Leipzig

A tradition of crossing boundaries
Key Facts
Rector Prof. Dr. med. Beate A. Schücking
Acd. Staff 416
Students 28333
Website www.zv.uni-leipzig.de
The City Leipzig, Germany
Contact Prof. Dr. Rainer Alt
Academic Calendar
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Application
Deadlines
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The University of Leipzig was founded in 1409. In the course of its diverse history, it grew to encompass a wide selection of disciplines comprising almost all areas of knowledge, with a special emphasis on the humanities and the natural sciences. World-renowned scientists and scholars have taught or studied in Leipzig, and important impulses for the development of thought originated here. As the Landesuniversität (the State University of Saxony), it has contributed significantly to the development of this region. Its aim is to continue these great traditions. Its mission is: A tradition of crossing boundaries. This mission is both a definition and a challenge and serves as the basis of the University‘s decisions and further development.

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