- President of Jacobs University Bremen
- Professor of the Year 2008
- Alfried Krupp Award for Young Professors
- Member of the Supervisory Board of Deutsche Post AG and Fraport AG
- Member of the executive board of German Logistics Association
- Developed the study program "International Logistics Engineering and Management" at Jacobs University
- Mechanical engineering graduate
- Managing Director Digital Division
- Member of the Executive Board of T-Systems International
- Innovative Cloud Solutions
- Senior Leadership Team
- Many years active handball player in German National League
- Master in Economics and Social Sciences
- Head of Group Security Services
- Fraud Management
- Human Resources Security
- Building Security
- IT Security
- Cyber Defence Center
- Chairman of the BITKOM Security Steering Committee
- Adviser to the German Federal Government and German Parliament
- Degree in communications engineering (Dipl.-Ing. (FH))
- Telecommunications technician apprenticeship
- Executive Program Manager
- Managing Director of T-Mobile HotSpot GmbH
- Group-wide program management for 5G
- Development of the architecture and standardization
- Discussion and development of future business models
- Law graduate
- Vice President eCompany Products
- Products for Digital Transformation
- Leading Initiative Artificial Intelligence Enterprise
- Studies in Physics and Product Design
- PhD Human Computer Interaction
- Head of Digital Open Space Berlin
- T-Labs business division
- Development of digitization pilots beyond Group boundaries
- Advisor and supporter of the Digital Agenda, Berlin
- MBA in economics
- Master of Enterprise Information Management
Women’s STEM Award 2017/2018
Women-STEM-Award 2018: Pure girl power
On the 11th of July 2018, the Women-STEM-Award was awarded once again in the head office of the Deutsche Telekom AG in Bonn. Approximately 80 transmittals of theses about »Future Growth Fields« were put to the acid test to choose the most outstanding ones.
The overall winner Karolina Stosio convinced with her Master Thesis »What do deep neural networks see« in the category ›Artificial Intelligence‹. She can be happy about 3.000 Euros. Her competitors Noot ul Ain, Susanne Schwarzmann, Nur harfida Jepri nor and Johanna Gleichauf delivered outstanding theses in the categories ›Cyber Security‹, ›Networks of the Future‹, ›Internet of Things‹ and also ›Artificial Intelligence‹ and received 500 Euros each.
audimax and the Deutsche Telekom AG are glad about the high attendance, the bright faces of the winners and the increasing girl power in the STEM sector, as Claudia Nemat, Board member of the Telekom points out: »Women need to conquer the areas of technology and digitalization, otherwise we exclude ourselves from the forces that shape our future! Go STEM, girls!«
Congratulations to all participants and big thank you!
We are overwhelmed by the great variety of outstanding theses that have reached us. Thank you very much!
We congratulate!Our overall winner
Karolina Stosio convinced with her Master Thesis: "What do deep neural networks see" in the category "Artificial Intelligence" and achieved the overall win. The winner from the Technical University of Berlin will receive a prize money of 3.000€!Happy winners of the 500€ prize are:
Noor ul Ain in the category "Cyber Security" with her Master Thesis: "Evaluation of machine learning algorithms in the context of security information and event management" (Technical University of Munich).
Susanne Schwarzmann in the category "Networks of the Future" with her Master "Measurement-based comparison of different application-network interaction approaches" (University of Würzburg).
Nur harfida Jepri nor in the category "Internet of Things" with her Bachelor Thesis: "The feasibility study of implementing a collaborative robot to optimise the soldering process for the refinement of the automotive glass" (Hochschule Niederrhein).
Johanna Gleichauf in the category "Artificial Intelligence" with her Master Thesis: "Sensorfusion für Hinderniserkennung einer autonomen Rangierlok" (Technische Hochschule Georg Simon Ohm).Not only our five winners will be invited to the award ceremony, but also some other award participants can look forward to exclusive tickets which we will personally send in the coming days!
Thanks again to all participants all over the world. And please take the opportunity that STEM offers you such as exciting careers and interesting development opportunities. We wish you all good luck!
"Diversity in management teams has a major impact on the innovative power of business enterprises. Companies that foster a monoculture in today's fast-paced and innovative digital economy will be left by the wayside. Diversity means bringing together people of different nationalities, educational backgrounds and genders. We must also make sure that we provide more women with the expertise they need to play an active part in areas where they are still under-represented, for example, the STEM subjects. As a physicist, therefore, I am very pleased to be patron of the Women's STEM Award. My tip to all young women is, be bold. Take the opportunity that STEM offers you – exciting careers and interesting development opportunities await you."
The Internet of Things has long been more than just an abstract vision. Market researchers estimate that by 2020 some 30 billion "things" worldwide, such as elevators, cars and refrigerators, will be connected via the Internet. Solutions from the Industrial Internet allow companies to automate workflows, optimize supply chains by using intelligent software, and deploy their machinery safely and efficiently. We look forward to hearing about how you tackle the topic!
Machine learning, thinking robots and intelligent navigation: in the growth field of Artificial Intelligence, we are looking for scenarios for, and analyses of, the use of artificial intelligence in every sphere of life. What might AI mean for medicine and care, and what might it bring to logistics or the automotive industry? What are the opportunities and risks? Surprise us with a piece of work that pushes the boundaries of possibility!
Attacks on the information infrastructures in cyber space are becoming increasingly complex and professional. At the same time, companies, state and citizens grow ever more dependent on IT, and so the potential for damage increases accordingly. Cyber security extends the area of activity of traditional IT security to cover all of cyber space. This makes modern information and communications technology practically in its entirety part of cyber space.
Streaming films in HD, high-speed surfing, video telephony – demands on the network are rising steadily. In order to cope with the rapidly growing data volumes, the network capacity needs to be constantly increased. In addition, innovations in applications, e.g. connected cars, are opening up new possibilities for industry and end customers. Whether in mobile communications with the next generation 5G or in the fixed network with vectoring or the fiber-optic rollout – fast Internet connections are crucial to economic and social development.
Please send the following documents in PDF format to email@example.com:
The following individuals are eligible to participate:
- Students and graduates of STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) of all universities worldwide.
- Your thesis (Bachelor / Master thesis or diploma thesis) can be written in Englisch or German. The thesis has been submittet within the last 18 months.
- Your thesis is related to one of our growth areas of the future. Internet of Things, Artificial Intelligence, Cyber Security and Networks of the Future.
- The most convincing piece of work from one of the growth areas will be awarded 3.000 Euros.
- In addition, each growth area will be awarded 500 Euros.
- A jury of experts will review all of the papers submitted and select the winning pieces of work by the end of April.
- We will inform the winners in writing and invite them to our major award ceremony in May 2018.
Deutsche Telekom: We shape the digital world to bring people closer together
We are paving the way into the gigabit society. As a leading ICT company, we are shaping the digital world of tomorrow with our innovative solutions for consumers and business customers. Our mission is to bring people closer together and to simplify and enrich their lives in the long term.
To achieve this, our employees connect everything that can be connected. They change the business world with pioneering cloud offerings, make the Internet a safer place with Magenta Security solutions, and make cars talk to each other. They make sure other companies are future-ready with new business models and innovation projects like artificial intelligence, IoT, M2M and Industry 4.0 – small and medium-sized companies as well as global players. Our customers come from every industry and have one thing in common: they all need a partner with innovative minds on its team. Namely us.
And we can guarantee that our jobs are as exciting and varied as our business. Let's work together to drive digitization forward. You can find your perfect entry route at: www.telekom.com/jobsearch.
Our innovations aren't just trailblazers for the digital future. They emerge as part of a workplace and corporate culture in which sharing ideas is top of the agenda, and the seemingly impossible is made possible. As a pioneer in the digital revolution, we use the best technologies, we are constantly learning, and we grow with every new challenge. It is in this inspiring working environment that our colleagues turn visions into reality.
Who we need We are looking for individuals who can share their ideas, helping us to translate technological innovation into top-class products and solutions. People who see things from a different perspective and who question established ideas. Team players who are passionate about helping shape future trends in a connected world.
STEM and audimax
The students' magazine audimax contains interesting articles for students, graduates and school students on the subjects of study, student life and careers.
MINT Zukunft schaffen
The initiative MINT Zukunft schaffen (STEM creating the future) has devoted itself to one of the most pressing problems facing the German economy, namely the lack of skilled professionals in STEM subjects. In response, it offers a broad platform for a wide range of individual initiatives. We have been actively involved since its foundation.