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11. December 2018 | Maybach Seminar
11. December @ 18: 00 - 20:00for free
From the concept car to the license plate
– A car is more than the sum of its parts -
The automotive industry with the big brands, especially in the "Ländle", is important for many people. But what is in the details behind it, from a paintbrush sketch your approved new car is just around the corner? What do school grades, a large block of aluminum, the Kraftfahrt-Bundesamt and the small toolmaking department in the neighboring town have to do with a new vehicle model? What's in front, what's in it, and where does the rest of the car come from? And why do the project managers of the Schnitzer Group like to compare a vehicle development project with the space saga Star Wars?
If you smile at these questions, ponder or shake your head - then we invite you! Take a look behind the scenes of the glittering new car world and find out what highlights, hurdles and milestones there are in the years before the vehicle presentation on the sophisticated car salons of the world to cope.
Maximilian Köppel (M.Sc.) works as a project manager at the Schnitzer Group in Kornwestheim. After almost ten years in the industry, his automotive focus is now on production readiness, as well as purchasing parts, supplier and quality management for interior and exterior components for various OEM and Tier-1 vehicles. The Schnitzer Group with its Systemic Project Management approach has been active on the market as an owner-managed technical service provider for over 25 years and is actively supporting its customers, for example in automotive projects with any kind of surprises and coincidences, or simply: outside of the standard.
Place: DHBW Ravensburg, Campus Friedrichshafen, Fallenbrunnen 13, 88045 Friedrichshafen, *** room N001, ground floor ***
Participation fee: It is a free event under the initiative #bodenseeinnovativ.
The Maybach Seminar is a public event series at the DHBW Ravensburg Campus Friedrichshafen, where current topics from the economic and engineering sciences are presented and discussed in one or more lectures. to target group the seminar belongs to the general publicThese include employees of the regional industry, members of the DHBW and other universities, private individuals as well as students in higher semesters.
The IWT reserves the right to cancel a seminar if the number of participants is too low or for other valid reasons. It reserves the right to replace a lecturer at short notice.
#Bodenseeinnovativ is a funding initiative of the EU and the country. In order to continuously improve the offer for you and to ensure the long-term success of the activities beyond the funding period, we are subject to strict evaluation requirements. The contract for the empirical scientific evaluation was awarded externally to the Friedrichshafen Institute for Family Business (FIF) at Zeppelin University.
We look forward to hearing from you as you contribute to the improvement of our offer and we will contact you after the #bodenseenovative event. Your questionnaires will be linked to your basic data via your individual ID. All data is then evaluated in anonymous and aggregated form by our independent evaluation team. Your name, login and contact details will be saved separately from the evaluation data. Only IWT employees have access to your contact information. *
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