1st-Level Support & Software Tester (m/w)

 

 

Die IMENDO GmbH mit Sitz im Lakeside Park Klagenfurt sucht einen 1st-Level Support & Software Tester (m/w)!

Dir ist der Spruch „Have you tried turning it off and on again?“ geläufig? Du hast eine Engelsgeduld und kannst technische Vorgänge leicht verständlich erklären? Du kannst gut mit Menschen umgehen und hast viel Humor? Dann unterstütz uns doch im Bereich des First Level Supports und schicke uns deinen Lebenslauf und ein kurzes Motivationsschreiben an claudia.kaiser@imendo.at!

Die detaillierte Stellenausschreibung findest du hier!

Werde Teil eines jungen, engagierten Teams! Wir freuen uns auf dich!

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sucht neue MitarbeiterInnen!

Alturos Destinations  ist ein internationaler Key Player, welcher mit seinen Lösungen für eine perfekte Planung und Umsetzung von Digitalisierungsstrategien im Tourismus sorgt.

An unserem Standort im Lakeside Science & Technology Park in Klagenfurt suchen wir neue motivierte MitarbeiterInnen. Folgende Positionen gelangen zur Besetzung:

Wir freuen uns auf Ihre aussagekräftige Bewerbung (Motivationsschreiben, Lebenslauf) per E-Mail an jobs@alturos.com.

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Die Welt aus Schwingungen zusammensetzen!

Prof. Dr. Johannes Huber | 5. September 2019 | 16:00 Uhr | B04.1.06

Zum 250. Geburtstag von Joseph Fourier

Kurzfassung:

Der französische Mathematiker und Physiker Joseph Fourier (1768 – 1830) erkannte, dass jede mathematische Funktion in einem begrenzten Definitionsbereich durch eine Summe von sinus-Schwingungen approximierbar ist, was nicht zuletzt für die Ingenieurwissenschaften von eminenter Bedeutung ist. Im Vortrag wird zunächst versucht, die Grundaussagen der Theorie allgemeinverständlich zu veranschaulichen. Anmerkungen zum Empfinden von Wohlklang und Dissonanz in der Musik anhand der Fourier-Reihenentwicklung von Schallwellen sowie hochaktuelle Erkenntnisse von Fourier zum Treibhauseffekt der Erdatmosphäre aus dem Jahr 1827 ergänzen den Vortrag.

Bio:

Johannes Huber studierte Elektrotechnik an der Technischen Universität München und erwarb 1977 das Diplom. Er wurde 1982 zur Dr.-Ing. promoviert und erhielt 1991 den Titel Dr.-Ing. habil. mit einer Monographie zur Trelliscodierung. Von 1991 bis März 2017 war er Inhaber des Lehrstuhls für Informationsübertragung an der Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg. Seit April 2017 ist er Prof. em. am Institute for Digital Communications (IDC) dieser Universität. Von 2007 bis 2009 war er Dekan der Technischen Fakultät.

In der Forschung ist Johannes Huber auf den Gebieten digitale Übertragung, Informations- und Codierungstheorie, codierte Modulation, Entzerrungs- und Detektionsverfahren, MIMO-Übertragungsverfahren, DSL etc. aktiv. Er hat zwei Monographien verfasst und ist Autor und Co-Autor von ca. 340 wissenschaftlichen Veröffentlichungen. In den Jahren 1988, 2000 und 2006 wurden Publikationen, die er verfasst bzw. mit verfasst hat, mit dem Preis der deutschen informationstechnischen Gesellschaft ausgezeichnet. 2004 erhielt er den Innovationspreis der Vodafone-Stiftung für Mobilfunk und in den Jahren 2003 und 2010 wurde ihm der EEEfCOM Innovationspreis verliehen.

Prof. Huber ist Fellow of the IEEE, Corresponding Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh und ordentliches Mitglied der Bayerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften (BAdW). An der BAdW leitet er die Kommission „Forum Technologie“ und ist stellvertretender Sprecher der Sektion III: Naturwissenschaften, Mathematik, Technikwissenschaften

Inzwischen sind 11 seiner ehemaligen Doktoranden selbst Professoren an namhaften Universitäten und Hochschulen.

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Rückblick: Mathematisches Problemlösen – aktuelle Befunde und Bedarfe dieses Forschungsgebiets [Folien][Video]

Der Rückblick zum TEWI-Kolloquium von Prof. Dr. Benjamin Rott am 8. November 2018 beinhaltet das Video und Vortragsfolien (siehe unten):

Kurzfassung:
In der Mathematikdidaktik wird das Problemlösen seit Pólyas „Schule des Denkens“ – mal mehr und mal weniger intensiv – thematisiert. Im Vortrag werden wichtige Ergebnisse entsprechender Forschung resümiert und es werden an konkreten Beispielen aktuelle Forschungsprojekte aus Deutschland erläutert, in denen es u. a. um Heurismen, ihre Wirksamkeit und Lehrbarkeit sowie um Problemlösen im Mathematikunterricht und in der Lehrerbildung geht.

Abschließend wird aus Sicht des Vortragenden beschrieben, wie nächste Schritte auf dem Gebiet der Problemlöseforschung aussehen könnten und sollten.

CV:
Benjamin Rott hat von 2001 bis 2006 Mathematik und Physik für das gymnasiale Lehramt in Oldenburg studiert und anschließend in Salzgitter das Referendariat absolviert. Von 2008 bis 2012 hat er an der Universität Hannover in Mathematikdidaktik promoviert und anschließend eine Postdoc-Stelle an der PH Freiburg angenommen. Von 2014 bis 2017 war Benjamin Rott Juniorprofessor an der Universität Duisburg-Essen und seit 2017 ist er Universitätsprofessor an der Universität zu Köln.
Die Forschungsschwerpunkte von Benjamin Rott sind das mathematische Problemlösen, Überzeugungen und Beliefs zur Mathematik sowie mathematische Begabung.

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Review: On-the-fly Collaboration for Legacy Business Process Systems in An Open Service Environment [Slides]

The review of the TEWI colloquium of Prof. Liang ZHANG (Leon) Ph.D from July 5, 2019 comprises the slides (below):

Abstract:

Dynamic, distributed and open business forces enterprises to support various critical requirements, such as, timely reacting to changes, properly reusing business assets and smoothly collaborating with external partners. Existing approaches focus on mechanisms dealing with heterogeneity, but there is a lack of frameworks enabling legacy business processes performing collaboration in an open service environment. This paper proposes the L2L service framework featuring reactive IoT event messaging and coordinator-based collaborating between autonomous enterprises. Along with the emerging of coordinators, L2L empowers on-the-fly business process collaboration with dynamic changes. We present our experiments with a real-world scenario from the shipping industry of China.

CV:

Liang Zhang is a Professor of Computer Science at Fudan University, China. He received B.S. and Ph.D. degrees in computer science from Wuhan University, China. He has published over 70 journal and conference papers concerning multimedia databases, digital library, web services, and recently business process management (BPM). He is a Steering Committee Member of ICSOC, and has been the PC co-Chair of ICSOC 2013, General co-Chair of ICSOC 2012, publicity co-chair of BPM 2011, program co-chair of CBPM 2011, and NDBC 2011. His current research interests include XaaS infrastructure for CPS, and collaborative workflows for instant virtual organizations. He has been collaborating with Jianwen Su’s group at the University of California, Santa Barbara, Jian Yang’s group at Macquarie University, and Marlon Dumas at Tartu University. Recently, he collaborates with Prof. Hong-Linh Truong Aalto University, Finland, for IoT/BPM integration research. Dr. Zhang’s research has been supported by NSFC and other national agencies.

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Review: Teaching about AR and Teaching with AR [Slides][Video]

The review of the TEWI colloquium of PD Dr. Ralf Klamma from June 17, 2019 comprises the video and slides (below):

Abstract:

Augmented Reality (AR) is on the way to establishing itself in business and teaching once more. However, there is a lack of uniform guidelines or even standards both in the creation of teaching materials and in the use of AR in teaching. In addition, the industry needs enough well-trained specialists who can implement the established AR concepts, making a transfer from university to industry necessary. Therefore, in this talk we address both challenges in teaching with AR and the special needs of teaching about AR.

As teaching with AR will surely advance human performance and also brings in new perspectives with the communication, coordination and collaboration of AR in supporting human performance. As computer scientists, we have a European, interdisciplinary and application-oriented perspective, as our experience comes from several funded European projects in these areas. We also incorporate new incentives into teaching contexts in our framework, such as gamification, learning analytics and experience capturing. In addition, we refer to international standardization efforts such as IEEE ARLEM.

Teaching about AR adopts a multi-perspective view. First, there is scientific and technological basic knowledge helping to understand the underlying physical and technical principles. Second, there is engineering and design knowledge to master the creation, fabrication, and utilization of AR in many ways. Third, there is the necessary pedagogical knowledge to transform these complex settings in manageable teaching scenarios and processes, e.g. for higher education curricula.

Here, teaching AR can learn from traditions of science and engineering education as well as from more recent knowledge about computer science education. Examples from recent and on-going European projects will illustrate the argumentation.

CV:

Ralf Klamma holds diploma, doctoral and habilitation degrees in computer science from RWTH Aachen University. He leads the research group “advanced community information systems” (ACIS) at the information systems chair, RWTH Aachen University. He is known for his work in major EU projects for Technology Enhanced Learning (PROLEARN, GALA, ROLE, Learning Layers, TELMAP, Tellnet, CUELC, SAGE, BOOST, VIRTUS and WEKIT).

Ralf organized doctoral summer schools & conferences in Technology Enhanced Learning, Web Engineering and Social Network Analysis. He serves as associate editor for Social Network Analysis and Mining (SNAM), Frontiers of AI for Human Learning and Behavior Change and the International Journal on Interaction Design & Architecture(s) (IxD&A).

He was associate editor for IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies (ToLT). His research interests are community information systems, serious games, augmented reality & wearables, web engineering, social network analysis, requirements engineering and technology enhanced learning.

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Swarm Robotics – A Formal Approach

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Heiko Hamann | July 8, 2019 | 15:00 | B02.2.05

Abstract:
In similar style to the book of the same title we try to understand how to design large-scale robot systems by going through several example scenarios on topics such as aggregation, task allocation, self-assembly, collective decision-making, and collective construction. We study the methodology behind building multiple, simple robots and how the complexity emerges from multiple interactions between these robots such that they are able to solve difficult tasks.

CV:
Heiko Hamann received his doctorate in engineering from the University of Karlsruhe, Germany in 2008. He did his postdoctoral training in modular robotics and evolutionary robotics at the Zoology department of the University of Graz, Austria. From 2013 to 2017 he was assistant professor of swarm robotics at the University of Paderborn, Germany. Since 2017 he is full professor for service robotics at the University of Lübeck, Germany. His main research interests are swarm robotics, evolutionary robotics, and modeling of complex systems.

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OpenTechTable #18 TensorFlow and Vault (Encryption as a Service)

After a longer break, we are happy to invite everyone to the 18th edition of the OpenTechTable on July 11th. Our host this time will be Dynatrace Austria (Lakeside B08a, 1st floor).

We will be having two interesting presentations again:

Bruno Hautzenberger, will be talking about TensorFlow and provide some samples to get you started with Machine Learning.

Daniel Hölbling-Inzko will introduce you to Vault and how it can help you secure your applications while avoiding the common pitfalls of application security.

We are looking forward to meeting all of you and would like to thank Dynatrace Austria for hosting the event in their Klagenfurt lab.

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MEMS microfabrication-part 2: Back-end

Dr. Ali Roshanghias | June 25, 2019 | 10:30 | B04.1.06

Abstract:

In this talk, the back-end processing and integration technologies of MEMS devices will be addressed. Unlike electronics IC packaging, MEMS packaging in not well-established, is expensive (up to 80% of the product total cost and is custom-built. Here, we will introduce the basics of MEMS packaging in different levels of integrations. The common backend processes will be covered in this talk such as wafer dicing, wafer thinning, wafer bonding, molding and over-molding, die-attach, solder bumping and wire bonding, etc. We will also briefly introduce the state of the art and future trends of MEMS packaging and some terminologies such as 3D integration with and without TSVs, FOLWP, C2C, C2W, W2W, SiP, SiB, for MEMS integration will be described.

CV:

Dr. Ali Roshanghias is currently a senior researcher and project manager in the field of MEMS packaging at CTR Carinthian Tech Research AG. He recieved his PhD in materials science and technology from Sharif university of technology, Iran at 2012. Afterwards he pursued his career as a post-doc fellow at Nagaoka university of technology, Japan and Vienna universtity, Austria in the field of electronic materials and packaging. In 2015 he joined the CTR Carinthian Tech Research, Austria as a material scientist in the field of heterogeneous integration technologies and MEMS/ Power packaging. He has published over 30 papers on materials synthesis and characterization and is a verified peer-reviewer of Elsevier science.

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On-the-fly Collaboration for Legacy Business Process Systems in An Open Service Environment

Prof. Liang ZHANG (Leon) Ph.D | July 5, 2019 | 10:00 | S.2.69

Abstract:

Dynamic, distributed and open business forces enterprises to support various critical requirements, such as, timely reacting to changes, properly reusing business assets and smoothly collaborating with external partners. Existing approaches focus on mechanisms dealing with heterogeneity, but there is a lack of frameworks enabling legacy business processes performing collaboration in an open service environment. This paper proposes the L2L service framework featuring reactive IoT event messaging and coordinator-based collaborating between autonomous enterprises. Along with the emerging of coordinators, L2L empowers on-the-fly business process collaboration with dynamic changes. We present our experiments with a real-world scenario from the shipping industry of China.

CV:

Liang Zhang is a Professor of Computer Science at Fudan University, China. He received B.S. and Ph.D. degrees in computer science from Wuhan University, China. He has published over 70 journal and conference papers concerning multimedia databases, digital library, web services, and recently business process management (BPM). He is a Steering Committee Member of ICSOC, and has been the PC co-Chair of ICSOC 2013, General co-Chair of ICSOC 2012, publicity co-chair of BPM 2011, program co-chair of CBPM 2011, and NDBC 2011. His current research interests include XaaS infrastructure for CPS, and collaborative workflows for instant virtual organizations. He has been collaborating with Jianwen Su’s group at the University of California, Santa Barbara, Jian Yang’s group at Macquarie University, and Marlon Dumas at Tartu University. Recently, he collaborates with Prof. Hong-Linh Truong Aalto University, Finland, for IoT/BPM integration research. Dr. Zhang’s research has been supported by NSFC and other national agencies.

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