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Outside the Audimax, there is a place where seemingly all the paths cross.
Facing West, the Faculty of Computer Science and Mathematics sits at the end of a wooden pedestrian bridge. The silhouette of the building may seem familiar: the outline of the glass atrium is part of the University logo. Slightly to the left, the Media Technology Centre is a rectangular building that seems slightly boring from the outside. Inside, however, the home of our TV studio and specialist media facilities is anything but boring.
To the right of the bridge, trees lend a little shadow to the footpath that leads to the Juridicum building.
Underneath the pedestrian bridge, a cycle path leading down to the river and a steep meadow lends a tiny bit of drama to the landscape - it's almost like a little green gorge! Almost!
In summer, this area is popular with swallows.
Facing the Audimax, the size of the lecture theatres inside is hard to fathom from outside. There is a small cafeteria with a few outdoor seats to the left of the entrance. Aside from that, it's the Bohemian Red paint scheme that stands out: it's one of the few buildings not painted in eggshell white.
To the East, steps lead up to Library Plaza and the entrance to the refectory. A campus map is handy for people who enter the campus at this pedestrian junction.
To the South, there is a wide cobblestone path down to the river Inn and to popular bicycle storage racks. A huge willow tree stands near the bottom of the path.
World-class research has led to our faculty’s great reputation.
Top-notch education and a personal atmosphere attract students from all over the world. Our bachelor’s and master’s degrees in computer science and mathematics are distinctly research-oriented. All master’s programmes are taught in English and offer the chance to acquire attractive double degrees with prestigious international partner universities.
Opened in 2014, the ZMK building is home to state-of-the-art media production technology.
Built for the media and communication as well as the journalism degree programmes, it is also used by our student media societies and the media services department. Additionally, students on unrelated programmes can use the technology on offer for their academic projects.
Find out more on the web pages of the Centre for Media and Communication (ZMK).