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13. 10. 2021
now that the IMS is open again and lectures are starting soon we want to keep you up to date with some information.
08. 10. 2021
Our introductory events for new students will take place at the following dates:
M.Sc. Computational Linguistics: Monday, October 11, 2pm
B.Sc. Maschinelle Sprachverarbeitung: Tuesday, October 12, 10am
You can attend in presence (Pfaffenwaldring 5b, room 0.018) or online via Webex. The slides from the events will be uploaded here afterwards.
We look forward to seeing you! Your student representatives
13. 08. 2021
While opening a learning space in the IMS turned out to be not really feasible due to space constraints, we were able to enable IMS students to access the learning space of the Computer Science institutes at the CS building (ground floor, room 0.008 – old Info-Bib) starting Monday. You should have recieved an e-mail with information from Dr. Katrin Schneider, their study manager, regarding all of the details of booking and rules, but here’s a short version:
The access to the building is via your ecus ID card. To use this room, you have to register as participant of the course „Lernraum Informatik (Info-Bib)“ in C@mpus. Please note that this course is located in the summer term 2021! After registration you’ll get access to the ILIAS course and there the booking of a place can be done. Here is a short summary of the most important rules:
At the moment the study room can be used Monday to Friday between 8 am and 11 pm in time slots of 3 hours each. At the moment you can book more than 2 time slots per day as there are not so many students who use this offer. However, this may change in the future. —
A full list of rules (only in German) can be found here. We implore you to adhere to these rules, if you break them you may be banned from the learning space. In case of any question, problems or when you notice that others do not stick to the rules, please immediately get in contact with the student council of computer science or with Katrin Schneider.
We’d like to thank Dr. Schneider and the CS student representatives for their help. Please note that the stuvus learning spaces are still open to you as a seperate service (see post below). We hope this additional opportunity helps you prepare better for your remaining exams, for which we wish you all the best. Love, your SRs <3
28. 07. 2021
with the lectures having ended, we enter the lecture-free period – and with it, exam season is once again upon us. Us student representatives of course wish you a successful preparation and all the best for your exams. To help you manage your exams as best as possible, here are some things we’d like to bring to your attention:
01. 07. 2021
Once again the exam season is upon us and your student representatives wish you all the best for the exams you take this semester. For many students however, the stress of the exam season takes a toll: many of us are struggeling with pressure, anxiety, motivation or other problems. If you feel overwhelmed or feel like you could use some professional help, you might want to consider the International Service Point’s service of offering counseling; from their website:
“Faculty 5 now offers psychological counseling for its international students in English. In a confidential conversation, our counselor can help you to cope with your current issues, feelings or doubts and gain new perspectives and solutions. Topics of the talks could be study-related and work-related (beyond organizational or content-related questions/concerns), anxiety, isolation, depressive moods, homesickness etc.
Please note that faculty 5 can’t provide a long-term therapy, but the number of consultation hours per student is limited.”
Further information: https://www.f05.uni-stuttgart.de/en/faculty/international-students/degree/psychological-counseling-in-english/ or contact Stefanie Anstein.
This offer is mostly meant for English speakers, for German speakers the counseling of the Studierendenwerk is the first address. More info under https://www.studierendenwerk-stuttgart.de/beratung/psychotherapeutische-beratung/.
10. 06. 2021
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Committee Elections at the University of Stuttgart are taking place again – we have a simple request for you: Go vote!
The elections for the senate, the student parliament and the faculty councils will take place online. You can vote from 08 June (10 am) until 17 June (3 pm). To do so, log in to siam.uni-stuttgart.de with your st-user ID and click on “Elections”.
At stuvus.uni-stuttgart.de/elections you will find information on how to vote, which offices are at stake, and who you can vote for. You have the opportunity to vote for the student representatives in the university committees and the composition of the student parliament. This is your most important opportunity to influence the processes at our university. Hence the call: Take part in the elections and cast your votes!
Since you couldn’t see any information stands on the campus this year, we have the following options for you to view the lists and candidates:
You can find a “Mahlowat” (German only) at stupamat.stuvus.uni-stuttgart.de. You can position yourself to theses and see which of the Student Parliament lists corresponds best to your opinion and why the respective list is positioned that way.
The following lists stand for election this year:
Student Parliament: “Liste 42”, “Die Fachgruppenliste”, “Liberale und Innovative Liste”, “Nachhaltige & Soziale Liste” and “Spezielle Unitäre Gruppe”
Senate: “Gemeinschaft aus Fachgruppenliste, Liste 42 und Nachhaltiger & Sozialer Liste” and “Liberale und Innovative Liste”
Faculty Council for Faculty 5 (our faculty): “Fachschaften der Fakultät 5”
If you have any questions about the elections, or any other topics, we are there for you. You can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com, and via Instagram and Facebook (stuvus.unistuttgart). We look forward to hearing from you.
Your students’ council stuvus
14. 05. 2021
Are you struggeling navigating your studies in Stuttgart or have study-related questions and don’t know who to ask? Maybe you’re new to Germany or the university? If that is the case, don’t hesitate to come to the meetings of our new mentoring/Buddy program by students for students. Our mentors offer twice-weekly Webex sessions, namely Tuesdays 10:00-11:00 am and Thursdays 12:00-2:00 pm. Feel free to join at any point! For further information visit their website under https://www.ims.uni-stuttgart.de/en/institute/news/news/Mentoring—Buddy-Program/. If you are interested and want the link to the webex room or have questions about the program, just write a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
14. 05. 2021
The exam registration period has started: until June 10th, you must register for all your mudules and exams on C@mpus. To help you with that, our study manager Stefanie Anstein is offering an info meeting on Wednesday, May 19, 1:05-1:55pm online via https://unistuttgart.webex.com/meet/stefanie.anstein. There she will explain the process of exam registration and be open to your questions. Especially if you are a new student, this certainly is useful to attend.
11. 05. 2021
Join us Thursday, May 20th, 7 pm for a pub quiz to test your quizzing skills and win great (and tasty) prizes! Join us at wonder.me: https://www.wonder.me/r?id=74mohn-r4rf4
How it works: You can come alone or with friends and sit together with others at a “table”. Together you’ll try to answer the questions as good as possible, hand them in and in the end one table will stand as the winners and get the main prize. Whether you’re good at trivia or not, we have something for everyone, so don’t hesitate to join!
16. 04. 2021
Don’t forget our Games night tomorrow, Saturday April 17th, 7pm! We’ll play games, chat and have in general a good time. You can join at any time via discord: https://discord.gg/TBFKvMY. Especially our new Master’s students are warmly invited!
15. 04. 2021
We are happy to announce the launch of two new ILIAS forums: The first one will be operated by Stefanie Anstein and serve as a hub for questions regarding your studies, courses, modules, exams etc. and all official rules about these things. It can be found on the Ilias page “Studying@IMS“. Link to the forum: https://ilias3.uni-stuttgart.de/goto_Uni_Stuttgart_frm_2344950.html
The second one will serve as a communication channel between you and your student representatives: You can ask us anything, e.g. about tips for studying, old exams, life at the IMS etc. You can find the forum under https://ilias3.uni-stuttgart.de/goto_Uni_Stuttgart_frm_2392266.html. You’ll have to join this Ilias group first, which is the main group for IMS students.
Both of these are a quick and convenient way to get information and resources, especially if you feel others could also benefit from answers to your query. We are looking forward to your questions!
15. 02. 2021
You might not have heard about the mailing list email@example.com: On this mailinglist managed by the student representatives job offers aimed at NLP or CL graduates will occaisionally be distributed. If you want to see them we recommend signing up to the mailing list. To sign up, click this link; after our mail person accepts you you will be sent an e-mail asking you to confirm your subscription.
If you yourself have or know of job offers that would be of interest to IMS students or graduates, we encourage you to send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
15. 02. 2021
The student representatives held elections for their offices on Friday, Febuary 12th. For the new semester, the main offices will be filled as follows:
Chairperson: Urs Zaberer
Vice Chairpeople: Tilman Zorn, Marc Petzchen
Treasurerers: Tilman Zorn, Momo Takamatsu
We’d like to thank everyone who has held an office in the past semester or volunteered to hold one in the 2021 summer term.
14. 02. 2021
Would you like to meet new people? Communicate more with your fellow students more? Join our Games Nights? We invite you to join our discord server via https://discord.gg/TBFKvMY
11. 02. 2021
Your student representatives wish you all the best for the upcoming exams. If you’d like old exams to help you prepare, just send us a mail to email@example.com; maybe we will have some!
To help new students with the many questions they have about courses, modules, exams and other topics the student representatives have created a helpful document for Bachelor’s and Master’s students respectively that we can recommend to everyone. It includes a FAQ, information, tutorials and many useful links and references.
There’ll be a game crawl organized by your student representatives on Discord next Saturday, November 14th 2020.
25. 11. 2020
A special event for all freshers: Stefanie Anstein will answer all open questions about your studies, the IMS and everything else. We encourage you to attend!
MSV: Tuesday, Nov. 3, 1:10h, Webex room S. Anstein
CL: Thursday, Nov 4, 1:10pm, webex room S. Anstein
All students of the IMS are welcome to come to our weekly student representatives meetings during the lecture period – we’re happy about every new member 🙂
Meetings take place every Friday, 1 pm
Both our B.Sc. NLP and our M.Sc. CL are relatively small programs with each about 30 first term students per year each. On average, one or two of these students becomes a member of our group, representing the voice of all our students in any official discussion at the institute, improving our study conditions through student feedback. During the semester we meet once a week and discuss updates and what’s coming next.
Cuurently (WiSe 20/21) our meetings take place on Fridays, 1pm.
The student representatives of the department of computer science (FIUS) additionally provide you even more support, such as a beginner’s Java course, locker rental and a freshmen weekend.