Content and editorial responsibility

Department of Computer Science
Universität Innsbruck, Technikerstrasse 21a/2
6020 Innsbruck

Tel: : +43 512 507 53002
E-Mail: informatik@uibk.ac.at
Fax: +43 512 507 53018

General requests regarding the webpages or technical problems can be directed at:

Contact person (website content and editorial questions):
Prof. Dr. Ruth Breu

Contact person (technical questions):
Nicolas Stolz (nicolas.stolz [AT_NOSPAM] uibk.ac.at)

These webpages inform the public about research, teaching and life at the Department – an organisational unit of the University of Innsbruck. Contents of the webpages are carefully prepared. Despite this no guarantee or responsibility can be taken for correctness, completeness and currency of all data. Accountability of the Department is therefor excluded. Legally binding are only the rules laid out in relevant legal foundations (laws, edicts, statutes).

Copyright for published contents and objects which were generated by the publisher, remains solely with the publisher.

Duplication, processing, storing and usage of such graphics, audio or video documents as well as texts in other electronic or printed publications is not allowed without explicit approval by the author. Unaffected from this is copying and downloading for private, scientific and non-commercial usage.

Links to other websites were carefully selected. Since the Department of Computer Science has no control over their contents, it cannot accept any responsibility for them.

Regarding subpages, links and webpages of organisational units of the University of Innsbruck, the content and editorial responsibility remains with the respective organisational unit.

Responsibility for content of linked pages lies solely with the operator of the respective site.

Gender Mainstreaming

We are avare of the importance of language in regard to equal opportunities of men and women. If gender neutral formulation is not possible due to specific reasons (e.g. layout, readability) either the female or masculine version will be used.

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