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Global Ideathon - Jetzt noch registrieren!

9. Dezember 2020 - 17:03

Nowadays we face with a remarkable number of issues to be resolved as the world changes toward a post-COVID-19 future, as well as an important range of opportunities to develop new approaches, expand new industries, and establish new realities. The participants are encouraged to think broadly about the disruptions and difficulties they see around them in remote communication. Ideas could be new or linked to an existing company's redesign. During the challenge the students will learn about research methods and design thinking methodology.

https://ideathonchallenge.org/

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CampusTour

20. November 2020 - 9:46

Mit unserer CampusTour beraten wir von C2N seit über 12 Jahren Studierende kostenlos zu potenziellen Arbeitgebern und dem Einstieg ins Berufsleben. Egal ob Praktika, Werkstudentenstellen, Traineeprogramme oder Direkteinstiege für viele verschiedene Studiengänge.

Die anhaltende Coronapandemie erschwert aktuell unsere Bemühungen, den Kontakt mit Studierenden zu halten. Im Wintersemester 2020 können wir leider nicht wie gewohnt an den Universitäten und Hochschulen direkt vor Ort sein.

Mit unserem kostenlosen Karriere-Telefon, haben wir eine Möglichkeit geschaffen, unser Beratungsangebot ohne Datensammlung anbieten zu können. Hier beantworten wir alle Fragen zum Thema Berufseinstieg und stellen viele spannende Arbeitgeber aus verschiedenen Bereichen vor.

Wie gesagt, ist unser Karriere-Telefon für die Studierenden anonym und kostenlos.

Die aktuelle Version zu unseren Partnerunternehmen finden Sie als PDF unter folgendem Link: https://www.campustour.de/media/pdf/Career-Guide-Winter2020.pdf

Falls Sie noch Fragen dazu haben sollten, können Sie sich gerne an mich wenden.

Kai Schwarzkopf und das Team der CampusTour

Kai Schwarzkopf
Projektleiter CampusTour

T: +49 711 66 46 36 - 273
M: k.schwarzkopf@c2n.de

Wir helfen Studierenden seit 12 Jahren beim Berufseinstieg!
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HILTI IT FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM / CALL FOR APPLICATIONS

23. Oktober 2020 - 16:55

STUDENTS: Spend Your Summer Term 2021 Abroad – Apply now for the Hilti Fellowship Program Application Deadline: October 31, 2020

Designed to create the cornerstone for a successful future.

The Hilti Fellowship offers excellent students the opportunity to be part of an international project team at Hilti while they attend lectures and seminars in the Master’s Programme in Information Systems at the University of Liechtenstein.

The Hilti Fellowship is primarily aimed at Master’s students from fields like information systems, business, and management; however, doctoral students and Bachelor’s students who will complete their studies in the near future and plan to pursue a Master’s degree in the following semester can also apply.

Because of visa regulations in Liechtenstein, the programme is open to EU/EEA and Swiss citizens.

Participants work on real projects at Hilti three days a week and attend the Master’s Programme in Information Systems on the other two days.

More information can be found here.

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Nature Article: KI finds almost two billion trees in the desert

20. Oktober 2020 - 13:21

A team of researchers, including Fabian Gieseke from the Department for Information Systems at the WWU Münster, was able to identify more than 1.8 billion trees and bushes in the Western Sahara and Sahel region. The partly very dry area covers about 1.3 million square kilometers. For their analysis, which appeared in Nature on October 14, 2020, the international team evaluated more than 11,000 satellite images.

The large number of individual trees surprised the scientists. Although the plants cover a relatively small area overall - starting at around 0.1 percent in desert areas and up to 13.3 percent in more humid regions. For a long time, however, researchers had assumed that the dry areas would largely manage without trees and bushes.

The deep-learning technique used has analyzed the characteristic shape and color of trees and has thus been able to detect those with crowns of at least three square meters. With the help of this method, scientists around the world could now record and monitor trees outside of forests and further research the role that plants play, for example, in climate change or in the fight against poverty.

 

Fabian Gieseke works with an international team on tree capturing in Sahara and Sahel
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