On the occasion of the course Product Innovation Project of Prof. Ramsauer,
Dr. Roland Busch (Deputy CEO, CTO, CHRO and Member of the Managing Board of Siemens AG) gave his keynote speach for the first time online with the title "Innovation in a conected world" at TU Graz.
He presented some of the innovation fields of Siemens and their Innovation Ecosystem, which bundles resources and people to foster connected innovation - all at one place.
He thanks the students for the good discussion.
First “CKI Talk” on Cybersecurity kicked off May 27 Due to the Covid crisis TU Graz and Siemens recently decided to hold the first-of-its-kind virtual “CKI Talk” among its community instead of a physical conference in Austria. >More than ever, Andreas Kind’s Siemens keynote “Challenges of Industrial Cybersecurity - A Hack. An Art. A Science“ showed the overall relevance of the topic with regard to industrial communication/IOT. Joined by experts from both sides, interactive discussions and exchange took place among the 70 participants to whet everyone’s appetite for another session soon to come in other fields such as energy, mobility or digitalization.
Many thanks to Helmut Figalist, Ernst Blank and colleagues who made a very interesting and impressive day at Siemens DI possible for our professors and researchers.
f.l.t.r. Thomas Forgber (RCPE), Denis Helic (TU Graz / Know Center), Kay-Uwe Römer, Horst Bischof, Franz Haas, Christine Schichler (TU Graz), Ernst Blank (Siemens), Konrad Diwold (TU Graz / Pro²Future), Helmut Figalist (Siemens)
In appreciation of their inventions Dipl.-Ing. Martin Rieger (l.), Dipl.-Ing. Andreas Dutzler and Dipl.-Ing. Imre Karacsonyi (r) received the award "Inventor of the TU Graz" on 11.11.2019.
Mr. Diemo Wojik, Head of Engineering at Siemens Mobility GmbH, congratulated the three young scientists on their inventions, which will be used for the bogies in Graz (second from the left).
Again a versatile and interactive program with keynote speeches and tandem lectures on current research projects on the topic of digital transformation and its impact on research, innovation and the world of work.
More than 100 participants attended the CKI conference on 22 May at Graz University of Technology and took the opportunity to talk to familiar and new colleagues over lunch.
The Ball Point Game was a great conclusion for our community!
Siemens COO and CTO Roland Busch visited the new Laboratory for Innovation at TU Graz and held a lecture about turning innovations into strategic advantages. More than 130 students, crammed into 2 big lecture halls, followed the live broadcast of the presentation at the end of which Mr. Busch patiently answered the student´s many questions.