The content of the lectures was about IT-security, artificial intelligence, virtual reality, E-learning, real-time applications and research methods.
Each lecture presented research projects developed in cooperation with the Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University Heidenheim.
At the symposium, researchers, publishers, and data service providers will share success stories, discuss challenges and solutions in open research and data sharing, and offer hands-on workshops and demos to help researchers get started with reliable open science tools.
This dynamic and interactive symposium will accelerate interdisciplinary collaborations among Carnegie Mellon, University of Pittsburgh, and other institutions.
The network of the German Jordanian University visited for its annual meeting.
Aalen University was represented at this year’s „Annual International Conference on Information Technology & Computer Science” in Athens by five professors and research assistants: Marina Burdack, research assistant from the Management and Business Science department, as well as Professors Christoph Karg and Carsten Lecon and research assistant Marc Hermann and Sebastian Stigler from the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science department.
Although Van Halen popularized tapping, he did not invent the tapping technique, which had been used infrequently by various guitarists.