Computer Science Day

The Lüneburg Forum for Computer Science in Schools (LÜFINS) organizes the Day of Computer Science at the Leuphana University of Lüneburg. Pupils of the grades 8 - 13 are cordially invited to attend.

Various workshops offer the opportunity to "try out computer science".

How do I become a member?

To participate as a school in LÜFINS send us an e-mail with the subject "Participation in Lüfins"
and your contact details:

Computer Science Day 2021

The Computer Science Day 2021 will take place on Monday, 27 September 2021.

The Computer Science Day on 27 September 2021 will take place in Presence. In accordance with the Corona regulations, students must come to us with a self-test certificate signed by their parents. We will document the test results. If someone does not have the test certificate with him/her, he/she will take a self-test under our supervision.
In addition:
Mouth-to-nose coverings must be worn in all rooms and spacing rules must be followed. Once the seats have been taken, the mouth-nose covering may be removed.

The registration deadline is extended from Friday, 10.09. to Tuesday, 14.09.2021.


Computer Science Day 2020

Unfortunately, the Computer Science Day scheduled for Thursday, September 24, 2020 could not take place (COVID-19 prevention).

Computer Science Day 2019

The Computer Science Day 2019 took place on Thursday, September 12, 2019.

Computer Science Day 2018

The Computer Science Day 2018 took place on Wednesday, September 12, 2018.

Computer Science Day 2016

On September 13, 2016, the Lüneburg Forum for Computer Science in Schools (LÜFINS) organized the Day of Computer Science at the Leuphana University of Lüneburg, to which students from grades 8 - 12 of the participating schools were invited.

The focus of the events was on app development with the App Inventor, Funtronics and video analysis in the sports sector. The Day of Computer Science was aimed equally at students who had no previous contact with computer science and those who already had first or advanced programming experience.

For the advanced students a team contest was held again. In this one-day workshop, teams were to develop the best possible solution concept into a practical task in competition with one another.

The workshops were complemented by an introductory lecture by Prof. Dr. Peter Niemeyer on "The Structure of Social Online Networks.