The Summer School will take place at the Saarland University's campus in Saarbrücken, Germany. The academic program will take place at the University's Graduate Centre (Building C9 3).

The Graduate Center. © Jörg Pütz

You can find an interactive map of the Campus here.

Saarland University

Saarland University is a modern university within the Saar-Lor-Lux region – a dynamic part of Europe defined by the shared borders between Germany, France and Luxembourg. An international perspective has been a key feature of Saarland University ever since it was established in cooperation with France in 1948. Today, 17.300 young people study in Saarbrücken and Homburg (faculty of medicine), 18 per cent of whom are international students.

Despite Saarland being Germany's smallest federal State, Saarland University hosts many key institutes dealing with Informatics and Information Technology. Saarland University's campus is home to two separate Max-Planck-Institutes, the German Centre for IT Security, Privacy & Accountability (CISPA), the German Research Centre for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) as well as the Institute of Legal Informatics.

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Institute of Legal Informatics

The Institute of Legal Informatics is part of the Faculty of Law at Saarland University. The Managing Director of the Institute is Prof. Dr. Georg Borges. It is one of Germany's leading research institutions in the area of IT Law and Legal Informatics. Due to its close ties with CISPA, the German Conference on Data Processing, the working group "Online Identity protection" (a-i3) and the HGI and co-operations with other renowned universities, the Institute is extremely well connected – both on a national and an international level.

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