Fachschaft Computerlinguistik, Digital Humanities und Phonetik

Welcome to FSR CoDiPho! If you study "Sprache, Technologie und Medien" (B.Sc.), "Phonetik" (B.A. Nebenfach or M.A.), "Natural Language Processing" (M.Sc.) or "Digital Humanities" (M.Sc.) – you've come to the right place! Join us on Discord to chat with you fellow students and sign up for our mailing list to stay informed about student council meetings, events in and around Trier, interesting job opportunities and more.

our constitution*https://seafile.rlp.net/f/1d3beb20f80a47459fbc/ 

our electoral regulations*: https://seafile.rlp.net/f/67c41cf88cb04143ac45/ 

all meeting minutes*https://seafile.rlp.net/d/1b8e032c16394ef9854d/ 

*available in german only


Your current FSR


Carina Zander


Lea Pelzer 



Clara Hsu


Dennis Binz





Consultation hours (Sommersemester 2024)

During the following hours we offer on-site consultation at University of Trier or remote consultation via the FSR-sprechstunde Voice-Chat on Discord:

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Attention: We don't offer regular consultation hours during the summer break. Please message us via Discord for a call or in-person meeting if needed!

Kindly take note that you can always contact RAST (Autonomous Department of Foreign Students) if you need help with accommodation, navigating the University in general or simply want to find other international student. However, if there are any issues studying as an international student in one of our courses, please don't hestitate to come to the FSR. You are our responsibility as well and we would love to help!


What is a "Fachschaft"? What is the "Fachschaftsrat" (FSR)?

Still new in your studies and no idea where to find the answers to all your questions? Something not clear with the course or exam registration in PORTA? Problems with professors? Worries, needs, good or bad feedback? We are your first point of contact for everything you don't want to go to the course advisor with (yet). We represent your interests vis-à-vis the deparments and want to help you find your way around your degree program.

In short: We are available for any type of advice you seek!

All enrolled students of a subject or a subject group belong to the subject student body (Fachschaft). You are a member in our Fachschaft if you study "Language, Technology and Media" (B.Sc.), "Phonetics" (B.A. minor or M.A.), "Natural Language Processing" (M.Sc.) or "Digital Humanities" (M.Sc.) at the University of Trier. Our subject student body includes roughly 130 students at any given time.

The student council (Fachschaftsrat, or shortform: FSR) is elected by the entire subject student body for one year. It represents the student body towards the lecturers and the administration, organizes first-year orientations, events and much more. The FSR is a way to give the students a legitimate, subject-related voice. But it is no ivory tower. If you feel like getting involved, if you like organizing things or are curious about interdisciplinary student work and university internals, just come to one of our meetings or write to us!

The FSR also has voting rights in the AFaT (Autonomous Student Council Meeting – Autonomes Fachschaften-Treffen) of the University of Trier. There, all active FSR from all departments coordinate their activities, pay attention to common issues and a fair distribution of funds for events and purchases, and are thus directly involved in the governing work of the constituted student body.


[Translate to Englisch:] Foto einer Fachschaftsveranstaltung
[Translate to Englisch:] Foto einer Fachschaftsveranstaltung
[Translate to Englisch:] Foto einer Fachschaftsveranstaltung
[Translate to Englisch:] Foto einer Fachschaftsveranstaltung
[Translate to Englisch:] Foto einer Fachschaftsveranstaltung