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Complimentary Skills Training Workshop 2016 (STW)- Munich, 20th – 22nd June 2016

 

 “STW: From Thesis to Projects”

The Skills Training Workshop (STW) is going to take place in Munich, Germany, from the 20th – 22nd June 2016. The Workshop will be hosted by OHB System AG and Menlo Systems GmbH with the collaboration of the Partners of the FACT Project (Future Atomic Clock Technology), funded by the European Commission.

Building up on last year’s Skills Training Camp, organised at Kayser Italia, this year the workshop will focus on the transition between the academia to the industrial world, and will give the opportunity to the participants to interact with space professionals in their working environment.

 

The programme of the Workshop includes:

o    Day 1, Monday 20th June, Space Projects Introductory Session at OHB

o    Day 2, Tuesday 21st June, Business Introductory Session at Menlo System

o    Day 3, Wednesday 22nd June, Job Fair IKOM at TUM Munich

 

The objectives of the Skills Training Workshop are:

o    To provide the participants with some insight on how projects and business work outside of academia

o    To provide an outlook on how to deal with future job applications and counselling for the German job market

o    To provide an understanding of how factors influence business decisions in industry 

 

 

OHB and Menlo Systems, as industrial partners of the FACT Consortium, will organize specific lectures by leading experts in the field of space projects management, management consulting, communications and consulting.

Organising Committee:

·         o    Andrea Jaime, Norbert Lemke and Alex Meister (OHB System AG)

o    Tatjana von Ehrenstein (Menlo Systems GmbH)

o    Alessandra Tortora (Kayser Italia Srl)

Please, click on the link below and fill out the registration form before 8 June 2016.

Link to Registration

 


 

New Deal 2.0

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Il progetto si prefigge di supportare la ripresa economico-sociale della Toscana occidentale, attraverso l’innovazione e l’economia digitale.

Tra le varie azioni descritte nel progetto, molte possono riguardare il nostro territorio come nel caso della logistica per connettere i porti ai raccordi ferroviari, velocizzando il trasporto merci e riducendone il costo per le imprese.

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