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June 3, 2014: Launch event in an inspiring environment
With its Center for Virtual Engineering ZVE, Fraunhofer IAO has created a ‘house of knowledge work’ in which Fraunhofer scientists conduct interdisciplinary research on topics relating to workspace innovation, future mobility, visual technologies and digital engineering. With ultramodern laboratories and office facilities, the ZVE is an excellent research facility for Fraunhofer IAO scientists while also providing a platform for researching, developing and testing various innovations, such as virtual reality technologies and new workspace concepts.
The evening reception is an opportunity to start discussions, meet colleagues and also to gain insights into the laboratories located at the ZVE, including the Immersive Engineering Lab, the Light Fusion Lab and the 3D Interaction Lab.
Program at a glance:
- Welcome reception and registration
- Guided tour through the Center for Virtual Engineering ZVE
- Lab demonstrations
- Snacks; refreshments
The event is aimed at:
Representatives from the fields of research and development, innovation management, technology management, and any interested participants from industry.
Tuesday, June 3, 2014
70569 Stuttgart, Germany
The fee to attend the whole conference is € 795 per person. This covers attendance at all lectures, copies of conference documents, lunches, snacks and refreshments during breaks and during the evening programs.
Student(master/bachelor)discount available on request.
Social Guest Options *:
- Complete package (evenings June 3-6): EUR 255
- Welcome reception and laboratory visit (evening June 3): EUR 65
- Reception and visit to Mercedes-Benz Museum (evening June 4): EUR 95
- Conference Dinner in the Alte Reithalle (evening June 5): EUR 125
* Social guests (partners, wives, husbands...) are welcome to atted the evening events - these options do not include daytime programme.
May 23, 2014
Verein zur Förderung produktionstechnischer Forschung e.V. (FpF), Stuttgart and
the Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Engineering IAO, Stuttgart