At the Faculty of Computer Science we sing! We enjoy making music and for this reason we founded our a cappella choir in 2013. We are mostly around students (from all faculties) and we rehearse every Thursday at 7pm in G29-224 to practice and expand our repertoire. We use a variety of genres: from contemplative Christmas music, classics by the Wise Guys to rocking sounds by the Toten Hosen or Rammstein, we have it all.
More information and contact details can be found on our website acafin.com.
Acagamics e.V. is a game developer club founded by former and current students of the Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg. The main goals of the club are:
To form a platform for interested students
To help other students to work out and implement game concepts together
Work together on new games
To organize interesting lectures
Facilitate contacts to the industry
You can find more information at https://acagamics.org. You can find the direct contact here: firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also visit the GamesLab in room 229.
Hackerspace Netz39 e.V.
Happy hackers in species-appropriate new land. Park your spaceship in front of the Magdeburger Hackerspace Netz39 e.V. and have a look around:
3D-Printing ++ Open-Source ++ Freifunk ++ Keysigning ++ TechTalk ++ Soldering ++ PCB-Etching ++ Multicopter ++ Woodworkshop ++ Coden ++ Lockpicking
Netz39 sees itself as a contact point for technical, social and cultural exchange in the field of information processing technologies. The association creates and maintains a technical infrastructure in the form of premises and equipment and an ideal infrastructure in the form of a community in Magdeburg and Saxony-Anhalt. Thereby it enables the realization of technical and artistic projects and individual as well as broad further education in the area of its topics for members and interested people.
If you are interested in our topics, please visit us on www.netz39.de, or write us vorstand(at)netz39.de
RoboCup @Work Team - robOTTO
robOTTO is the university's RoboCup team competing in the @Work league. We are a motley bunch of students, research assistants and externs from the fields of computer science, mechanical engineering and electrical engineering, who are interested in programming, control, hardware and robotics in general. In the context of our competitions we deal with the following topics:
Construction of mobile robots
Autonomous navigation in known and unknown environments
Image processing for recognition of known objects
Autonomous movement of robot arms
Grasping of objects
Planning and optimization of task sequences
If you are interested in any of the topics or in robots in general, please contact us (email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org). We meet regularly during the semester for meetings and testing weekends. If you want to come by, you can find the specific dates on our website www.robotto.ovgu.de.