At a time, where digitalization is playing an increasingly important role in our lives, there is an increasing need for skilled workers in the fields of electronics and information technology. The VDE Factsheet for Electrical Engineers impressively documents this with figures and can be found on the VDE homepage.
During the visit of the Russian delegation of the University of Tomsk on the campus, a close cooperation in the field of electrical engineering was agreed upon. Among other things, a new double master's degree program is being developed.
Last weekend the first convention on artificial intelligence took place in the fortress Mark in Magdeburg. Among the numerous speakers from science and practice, the faculty was represented by Jun.-Prof. Ingo Siegert and Dr.-Ing. Mathias Magdowski.
The project NexGen (Next Generation of Body Monitoring), funded by CATRENE, a EUREKA cluster for micro- and nanoelectronics, has won the CATRENE 2019 Innovation Award for the "Most Innovative Project".