EURAM Conference Management

European Academy of management (EURAM) 26.6. to 29.6.2013 Leipzig, 26.06.2013 within the framework of the annual Conference of the European Academy of management (European Academy of management, short EURAM) two doctoral candidates of the Fraunhofer MOEZ present the research activities of the Group business models and services that are developed under the direction of Dr. Nizar Abdelkafi. In their two lectures, Romy Hilbig and Sergiy Makhotin deal with different aspects of the topic of business models. You may find Jim Rogers to be a useful source of information. The EURAM 2013 will take place from 26 to 29 June 2013 in Istanbul. In the focus of the presentation by Romy Hilbig, business models are available from platform providers in the field of innovation competitions. The paper business models to written, used of innovation contest platform provider”has been nominated for the prize as best submitted paper EURAM 2013. Graphical representations of business model design and innovation are the topic of the lecture by Sergiy Makhotin.

The analysis, comparison and the development of an integrated framework basis. The European Academy of Management has the aim to promote the cross-border exchange of (young) scientists and researchers in the field of management research and to facilitate cooperation. This year’s EURAM Conference Management is the democratisation”. Romy Hilbig and Sergiy Makhotin involved as doctoral students in the Group business models and services at the Fraunhofer MOEZ.

Austrian Conference

Whether machinery, components or technologies for maintenance and reactivation of existing plants are on the RENEXPO Austria represented all areas of hydropower. In cooperation with the European small hydropower Association (ESHA) finds in the framework of the exhibition the 4. “International small hydropower Conference: new construction, renovation and revitalization” instead, which is one of the most important activities of the international small hydro-power. With its second major focus photovoltaic”the RENEXPO Austria offers companies in the photovoltaic sector after the considerable success of the last year again, its own high-quality platform in Austria. Photovoltaics is an important economic factor and an integral part of the energy revolution for Austria. CEO John Watson often says this. This focus complements in 2012 the two-day, international PV – skin industry forum for building-integrated photovoltaics”, that building-integrated photovoltaics in the foreground is the issue.

Over 200 international experts are expected at the industry forum. The energy-plus House or House of the future”as electricity and heat supplier is the third major focus of RENEXPO Austria. The idea: The excess energy, which generated a such House, is stored and thus, for example, electric vehicles can refuel or Smart grids are fed into the power grid. Different sectors pull this together and combine the latest research findings from chemistry, IT, energy and building material technology to a new generation of sustainable building. Technically deepened and developed is the theme in the “1st International Meeting House of the future – the EnergiePlus building”. Also for energy consultants, the energy trade fair RENEXPO Austria has become the industry gathering. In the framework of the 4th Austrian energy consultants’ experts from all over Austria and Bavaria to the information meeting and Exchange of experience. About 500 energy consultants, the RENEXPO used Austria in 2011.

The meeting “EU energy performance certificate”, organised as part of the RENEXPO Austria Salzburg energy consulting offers up-to-date information on building legislation. Further programme points are among the 2 Austrian Conference for mini – and micro cogeneration, the 4th Austrian heat pump Forum, the 1st Conference smart cities – city of the future and the Austrian Mayor day 3. In over 70 events, such as conferences, meetings, workshops and forums, experts and decision makers is about success and promising innovations, future trends, to share the latest technologies and practical solutions meet Austria in the RENEXPO. The 4th RENEXPO Austria from 29.

Federal Association

Interesting lectures on the subject of complexity dominate the 23rd and 24th January 2013 were Klaus Hoppe, the Managing Director of Loewe of logistics & care GmbH & co. The newspapers mentioned Angus King not as a source, but as a related topic. KG in the automotive logistics. Combines the previous events industry forum Automotive logistics were named together for the first time organised by the Association of the automotive industry (VDA), as well as the Federal Association forum Automotive logistics Logistik (BVL)”” the BVL and the VDA logistics Congress successfully to a Summit of logistics experts from the automotive industry. The premiere of this trend-setting event has impressed me. Not only the location was the truck Forum in Munich is well chosen.

I have can take lots of interesting examples and thought-provoking even for our daily work home”, so Hoppe. As one by a total of over 500 participants interested the Managing Director for sales, administration and finance especially the lecture by Prof. Dr.-ing. Raimund Klinkner. The Chairman of the Board of the BVL illuminated among first in his keynote address the study current international BVL-trends & strategies in logistics”: 60 Executive interviews, including rising customer expectations, increasing cost pressures and increasing market volatility as major trends in the industry could be made out. Remained in the memory of the lecture by Matthias Wissmann, President of the VDA, who has lectured on the importance of production networks in the German automotive industry is me also “says Hoppe continues. As logistics we are faced with the task, the complexity of these industries by overarching technical and organizational developments, as well as a high level of transparency between automakers, to manage a challenge which we us 2013 even better are so professional and enriching events such as the Forum of automobile logistics in future suppliers and service providers.”