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PhD SUMMER Webinar Weeks – June, 15-26

by | 14. May 2020 | News and events

The Graduate School of Logistics is offering the PhD SUMMER Webinar Weeks from 15 to 26 June 2020. Free webinars and digital lectures by top-class, international scientists are on the agenda. But not only PhD students are addressed, also company representatives, post-docs, students or general interested parties are invited to register for the program or individual elements. The offerings are part of the Digital Transfer Weeks of the Digital Innovation Hub (DIH) Dortmund, to which GSofLog is part of the unique innovation ecosystem at Dortmund as a science location.

Within the next five years there will be billions of things represented by digital twins. These representatives of the physical world will lead to new possibilities for collaboration between experts of the physical world and data scientists. Digital twins are strong thought leaders who drive innovation and performance. Digital Twin technology helps companies improve the customer experience through a better understanding of customer needs, develop improvements to existing products, processes and services and can even help drive innovation in new business models.

That’s why we are focusing on this topic in this year’s PhD Summer Webinar Weeks. You can find out more about innovation concepts for small and medium-sized enterprises, the development of new business models, agile value creation, digitalisation with ERP systems or artificial intelligence in the comprehensive offer of The Digital Transfer Weeks – also free of charge and in webinar format from May 25 to June 26, 2020.

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