07 September 2021 | New regulations update for the Wintersemester 2021/2022
19 July 2021 | Wintersemester 2021/2022 planned to take place on Campus
Unpack your laptop and get started - working can be that easy. The Deggendorf Institute of Technology (DIT) provides five co-working spaces in the premises at ITC1, which can be rented free of charge. On 22 September at 4pm, the university will be offering a virtual information event on the subject.
"Our co-working space is open to all interested parties, regardless of whether they are employees, freelancers, founders or entrepreneurs," affirms Lisa Geib, Digitalisation Officer at DIT. Potential users do not have to have a connection to the university. Geib is sure that this offer will go down particularly well with home office users, commuters and all creative minds who want to benefit from on-site collaboration. The highlight: the rooms can be rented free of charge until the end of 2022 as part of the DIT project "Digitalisation in Dialogue".
"The first day is extremely easy," Geib knows, "pack up your laptop and get started on site." The space concept at ITC1 offers everything needed for creative work in a community: five well-equipped workstations, meeting and rest areas, flexibility and plenty of space for collaboration. Meeting rooms with video conferencing technology as well as telephone boxes are available. DIT co-workers also benefit from the direct connection to the Gründerzentrum für Digitalisierung Niederbayern (GZDN). There is still free capacity to get started at short notice. Anyone who would like to learn more about the DIT Co-Working Space is cordially invited to the virtual information event on 22 September at 4 pm. Registration for the event and further information on the topic at email@example.com and at www.th-deg.de/en/business/coworking.
With the project "Digitalisation in Dialogue", DIT promotes the exchange between higher education institutions and business in relation to the topic of "digitalisation". The focus is on learning from each other, identifying market needs and future trends.
The Deggendorf Institute of Technology (DIT) has increased staff for teaching statistics. Prof. Dr. Stefan Hagl is now working full-time at the university. He is leaving the private sector and wants to concentrate on research in addition to teaching.
Stefan Hagl has been associated with DIT since 2005. First as a lecturer and since March 2012 as a part-time professor. He is pleased that from now on he can strengthen teaching in statistics and data analysis/data science as a full-time professor; both at the Faculty of Applied Economics and now at the Faculty of Applied Computer Science. Students often have a "barrier in their minds" when it comes to mathematical methods and applications. His goal is to make students understand the necessity and the fun of it. Stefan Hagl is sure that his experience as a data analyst at Acxiom Deutschland GmbH will help. Analysing data for customer-oriented marketing is the company's core business and Stefan Hagl's expertise; especially the statistical methods used for this. He worked at Acxiom from 2006 to 2021, most recently in a senior position for the EMEA region, i.e. Europe, Middle East and Africa. His wife and children fully support his decision to become a professor in his home region of Lower Bavaria. He finds compensation in extensive mountain and alpine tours, cycling tours and in the gym.
The start-up SEPP of the Deggendorf Institute of Technology (DIT) wants to conquer the market of domestic vegetable cultivation next year. SEPP farming has the vision of cultivating self-sufficient gardens with the help of a robot. It is supposed to help with watering and weeding so that the dream of having one's own vegetable garden is no longer a question of time. The team still needs reinforcement in product development (focus on software). In particular, we are looking for a co-founder with project experience. The idea of the vegetable robot will be funded by the FLÜGGE programme starting this autumn, so that the team can grow. Anyone who would like to contact the start-up can do so by e-mailing Andreas Stockinger at firstname.lastname@example.org.