Radio podcast it’s TALK: Career paths – from studies to science, to business, to start-ups

Digital signatures, privacy, IT security – our researcher Fabian Knirsch talks about his career and research at the Center for Secure Energy Informatics in the current radio podcast “it’s TALK”. He recently received a high six-figure investment for his start-up that deals with legally compliant digital signatures.
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State-of-the-Art Systems Engineering at the Josef Ressel Centre for Dependable System-of-Systems Engineering

The team of the Josef Ressel Centre for Dependable System-of-Systems Engineering was honored to represent INCOSE, the International Council on Systems Engineering, at this year’s NAFEMS World Congress.

INCOSE is a world-wide renowned membership organization founded to develop and disseminate the transdisciplinary principles and practices that enable the realization of successful systems. “This is where the state-of-the-art of systems engineering is written. Precisely for this reason, it is a special honor that we were able to officially represent INCOSE at the World Congress”, announces center director Christian Neureiter, who is delighted about this special confirmation and appreciation of the research work of his team at the Josef Ressel Center for Dependable System-of-Systems Engineering.

NAFEMS World Congress
The biennial NAFEMS World Congress is held on a large scale and provides a forum for presenting a combination of innovative techniques and best practices. This year, the simulation world came together in an international forum to push engineering analysis. Numerous companies from the field of automotive and avionic participated, such as RIMAC Automobili, Ford Motor Company, Airbus Group, Boeing Commercial Airplanes and many more. “It was a unique opportunity for us to report on our research work at the well-known world congress for simulations and to exchange ideas with representatives from industry and academia,” Christian Neureiter proudly states.