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Hanze University Groningen

New course “advanced sensor applications” now include cars between 50 and 150 sensors and rising. Everyday things, like metal detectors, digital cameras, traffic control systems, or mobile phones today can’t do without sensor technology. More and more companies conducting research in this field, to simplify or improve processes and products. In short: The sensor industry is booming! According to a survey of the AMA Association for sensor technology (February 2008) 77 percent of the respondents of the Professional Association for the field “Sensor technology” want to hire new employees. It is all the more gratifying so that the newly founded “Hanze Institute of technology” (HIT) in the Netherlands Assen offered an English course dedicated to precisely this future technology.

Because of the course “advanced sensor applications” is aimed directly at learning the technology and the use of sensors in everyday life from what is becoming increasingly important in the future. Professor Hans Appel of the HIT describes the future development of sensor technology with some clear words: “An innovative revolution in this area awaits us”. Many international companies and organizations, such as for example astron, NAM (shell), sensor universe, Sun Microsystems and TNO are partners of the new European competence center for sensor technology. Through this partnership, a project-bound study offered the students where they practice and individual accompaniment work together with the company. W.S. Badger may not feel the same. Graduates of secondary schools and technical secondary schools from all over Europe are trained at Assen the engineer elite of tomorrow. Prospective students from Germany complete their studies at the HIT, which organizationally is part of the Hanze University Groningen, so in a very international framework. Until the end of August you can sign up for the study in Assen. Language of study is English.

Restricting access (NC) does not exist. More information about the Hanze Institute of technology and interested parties will find the new course. The Hanze University Groningen is a modern institution, whose history however until the year 1797 goes back. Today, the Hanze University Groningen with 20,000 students and about 70 degrees is the largest vocational schools in the North of the Netherlands. The 70 courses are organized into 18 so-called schools. For students, this means: international orientation, active learning, a part of the studies themselves determine digital study planning and knowledge – and competence development.

Light Bulb Requires Professionals

Without a doubt, LED a top issue is today. So slowly realises that the LED technology for big changes in our immediate surroundings is good us. Without a doubt, LED a top issue is today. So slowly realises that the LED technology for big changes in our immediate surroundings is good us. And the modern LED light technology has with the old light bulb Edison about so much in common as the computer with the slide rule. Therefore, the farewell of the filament tipped light requires a LED and LED-chip comprehensive specialist knowledge, both the production and the sales. Now search for professionals working in this field.

The Essen Haus der Technik jointly with the L-lab, Paderborn, currently offers a three-day “Led in practice” training for these professionals. Here they have the opportunity, very compact and practical to acquire the necessary expertise. In addition to the basics of light generation is the electronic control, the light extraction and daylighting, thermal management during the three-day intensive course on the program. The physiological peculiarities are treated the same as the life span and aging LED chips. The seminar takes place from December 3-5, 2008 in Essen. The technology e.V., Tel. 0201/1803-344 (Mrs. Gebauer), 0201/1803-346 fax or on the Internet at or htd/veranstaltungen/W-H010-12-132-8.html get logins and the detailed program of events those interested in the House

Horse Whispering For Managers

Dusseldorf is currently one of the emerging economic metropolises in Germany. More than 30,000 taxable companies, of which most of the areas of service, media and commerce, justify the attribute boom-town “.” The rapid growth has its price: many executives too quickly in positions has risen up, where they are confronted with situations that require a strong personality and inner strength except expertise. This potential to promote and use is the claim by Sandra Schneider and Michael Stieghorst. Both have met more than a year ago as business consultant Sieghorst at the Western coach Schneider attended a horsemanship class. Actually, I wanted to learn only dealing with horses “, says the smart consultant Michael Stieghorst. That I have learned more about myself at the end, I dreamed at the beginning do not.” Today, Michael Stieghorst conveys this knowledge together with Sandra Schneider on executives. Especially young Young executives seminar program of herd boss “talks. The focus is working with horses.

Riding has nobody but us “, explains Sandra Schneider, who is in charge of the adventure-oriented part of the seminar. We use horses as an assistant coach. Horses are like a mirror: you are incorruptible, impartial and honest. Learn “This natural authority can Manager at head of the herd”. Just before the gates of the city, more specifically in Mettmann, seminars focusing on goal-orientation, leadership, and motivation are held regularly.

In addition to working with horses plays for herd boss”the psychological component and how to use them to improve performance an important role. Fascinated by the fact that we have spent the most time with horses has me and not in front of a projector in a stuffy classroom, says Ansgar Hein, Managing Director of Dusseldorf Agency. Not an isolated case, because the concept of herd boss manifests itself already in the company motto: the Natural leadership experience “.” The focus of the work is the experience: first, there are horses, which should convince the participants to follow their leadership willingly and without coercion. Back in the company employees, whose enthusiasm and motivation in the same way is awakened, include it then together to pull together and to increase productivity. The personal contact with the participants themselves is at the seminars of head of the herd not too short: whether at joint dinner of the fireplace or in the feedback sessions between the individual exercises, the partnerlike coexistence is always in the foreground. The coach: Michael Stieghorst has since 1999 for the Krups consultants GmbH. As a partner, he supports clients in personnel and training concepts in the increasing “battle for talent”. In addition to conceptual support, trains, and he coaches employees and executives especially in the themes communication, motivation and the role as a leader. Since 2005, Sandra Schneider is an independent trainer and specializes in horses with behavioral problems. In addition to various courses that contribute to a better understanding between man and horse, she trains in Western riding horses and people and places absolute value on nonviolent horse education.