Computer Science & AI
The various bodies involved in the organisation of the Leiden Institute of Advanced Computer Science (LIACS) are listed below.
The Management Team consists of the Scientific Director of the Institute, the Deputy Director, the Director of Education and the Institute Manager.
The Support Team welcomes you and is able to answer your questions regarding general information, administrative issues, grants and funding, communications, and directions towards people within the institute, faculty and/or university.
The Project Office supports researchers with everything grant-related. Some of the services they offer are advice on funding opportunities, preparing the proposal, proposal review, budget checks and obtaining signatures. Always contact them as early as possible by e-mailing to PO@liacs.leidenuniv.nl
The Educational Office supervises and supports all teaching and student affairs.
The Bachelor Education Committee and the Master Education Committee consist of teaching staff members and students, and are assisted by study advisers. The committees have an independent position within the education programmes. Students can bring up issues concerning courses or tuition programmes, provide feedback on the teaching environment and contribute to further improve Computer Science education.
Read more about the Master Education Committee.
Board of Examiners
The Board of Examiners consists of scientific staff members are appointed by the Board of the Faculty of Science and act independently from the research institutes.
The Institute Council consists of scientists, lecturers, support staff and students. They provide a forum for discussing the institute’s current situation and its prospects with regards to policies, strategies and other institute matters.
Task of the Computer Committee is to give advice, possibly unsolicited, on ICT matters to the Management Team of LIACS. This includes advice on ICT related policies of the faculty and university, procurement of computer and other machinery, and system administration.
The Advisory Board consists of five eminent scientists with specialist expertise in complementary disciplines. They all have prominent positions in the field of Computer Science in the Netherlands outside our own institute.