Florian Huber completed an apprenticeship in electrical engineering and spent several years working as electronic engineer and calibration officer in the electronics industry. Today, he is a student in the Bachelor’s degree programme in Information and Communications Engineering, and additionally he works as teaching assistant and tutor. The Carinthian spoke to us about his passion for studying and why perseverance is the most important thing when pursuing a degree programme. Read more
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A three-day scientific-technological workshop for Ukrainian youth (ages 14–17) took place at the University of Klagenfurt on 19–21 July 2022. It was organized by Iryna Vasylieva and Andrei Asinowski of Department of Mathematics. The event included lectures, interactive workshops, and problem-solving sessions in Mathematics, Robotics, and Computer science on the following topics:
The University of Klagenfurt has joined the Seeds for the Future Programme for the first time this year. This format allows Huawei to promote the networking of cultures and international cooperation in our increasingly digitalised world. Intercultural understanding and knowledge are the keys to success. With the “Seeds for the Future” programme, Huawei wants to promote precisely this and this year the corporation invites young IT talents from the University of Klagenfurt to apply for the programme.