Free continuing education course for HHN students in 12 live online sessions!
Protection of Innovation | Intellectual Property (IP) | Patent Engineering
Provisional closing date: February 15, 2023
(6 ECTS without examination, 8 ECTS with examination, as part of the Studium Generale)
How do innovative companies protect and manage their inventions and creative designs? How do companies avoid liability risks due to the infringement of third-party intellectual property rights? Is there extra compensation for inventors?
You will get answers to these and many other questions in this interactive online course at the interface of law & innovation. With many case studies from practice!
Interesting for all students of engineering, IT and business administration who will later come into contact with innovations in the company or in their own start-up, whether as inventors or developers in production and sales or in management.
By amending the Corona Ordinance, which was passed at the meeting on January 24, 2023, the Baden-Württemberg state cabinet decided to lift the mask requirement. This affects the areas of local public transport (ÖPNV), facilities for the homeless and staff in medical practices, dental practices, psychotherapeutic practices and other comparable outpatient medical facilities. The regulations come into force on January 31, 2023.
Mask still recommended
Many people will be pleased that the mask requirement has been lifted for public transport, but wearing a mask is still recommended. This applies especially to people who are sick or ill and in closed rooms.
In the January 24, 2023 press release from the state of Baden-Württemberg, Minister Hermann appeals to people's personal responsibility: "Those who voluntarily want to protect themselves and others can continue to wear masks." Mouth-to-nose coverings not only help protect against coronavirus, but they also ward off cold or flu viruses. "If you feel sick or have a cold, continue to wear mask or it's best to stay home."
Fast Forward Science, the multimedia competition for science, is once again looking for the best science content on social media. Still until 07 February interested parties can submit entries for one of the awards, which are endowed with a total of €23,000.
Fast Forward Science is a multimedia competition organized by Wissenschaft im Dialog and the Stifterverband and has been held annually since 2013. It honors social media contributions that deal with current science and research. Whether students, doctoral candidates, postdocs, or experienced scientists - there is the right award for everyone!
The main competition is all about moving images. Interested parties can submit up to three video entries in different categories.
The Young Scientist Award is aimed at anyone who is still at the beginning of their research career: Students, PhD students and young postdocs who want to bring their research to as many people as possible. No matter how much experience you already have with social media - the important thing is that you explain your scientific interest in an exciting way. The partner of the Young Scientist Award is the German Future Prize.
Do science and social media go hand in hand for you? The Scientist & Research Institution Award is aimed at all scientists with a doctorate or working in research who communicate science and research in video contributions - comprehensibly, precisely and entertainingly. Teamwork is expressly permitted, because this category also welcomes submissions from entire research centers or university institutes!
Communicating scientific topics can be quite a challenge for many scientists in their day-to-day research. YouTubers, Instagrammers, etc., on the other hand, often lack the right experts for exciting topics from science. The Tandem Award is just right for collaborations between both worlds. Co-productions by scientific institutions and scifluencers or production companies can also be submitted here.
SHORT AND CRISP AWARD
Exciting multimedia contributions are not only available in German. The Short & Crisp Award focuses on internationality. We are looking for entertaining science videos under 15 minutes on social media in all languages. The partner of the Short & Crisp Award is the SILBERSALZ Science & Media Festival in Halle.
In addition to the video categories, two special awards will be presented, offering room for experimentation:
OPEN BOX SPECIAL
This special award knows (almost) no boundaries and is suitable for anyone who feels comfortable away from the moving image focus. Here, particularly innovative online formats of science communication are sought. An entertaining photo essay from field research, a dedicated website for lab bacteria or an interactive online exhibition: There are no limits to creativity in this category!
With this award, we close our eyes and listen, because podcasts, radio plays and radio features with scientific content also tell interesting stories and get people excited about science. The Audio Special Award honors exciting, comprehensible and target-group-oriented contributions that do without any visual material. Scientists, media professionals and all audiophiles interested in science can submit entries!
Attention students: From March 1, 2023, you can travel throughout Baden-Württemberg by bus and train for just one euro a day. With the JugendticketBW, the government is not only implementing a point in the coalition agreement, but also ensuring that public transport becomes even more attractive and that you are relieved financially. The ticket is valid in all 19 transport associations in Baden-Württemberg. However, there is one exception: long-distance traffic - e.g. ICE, EC or IC.
What are the requirements for the Youth Ticket?
The new ticket is designed for two target groups and must not exceed the following age:
Children and young people up to the age of 21.
Schoolchildren, students, trainees and persons doing voluntary service up to the age of 27.
Another prerequisite is that you must either be a resident of Baden-Württemberg or that your school/university must be located in the state.
What does the Youth Ticket cost?
The ticket is only available as a subscription. The following regular subscription models will be available:
Annual subscription: 365 € per year
Monthly subscription: 30,42 € per month
For students whose university has a semester ticket agreement with the transport association, the amount is reduced by the solidarity fee. More information will follow.
Where can I buy the ticket?
The ticket will be offered in the sales outlets of the respective transport association. In addition, it will also be made available online. Whether the ticket is issued in paper form or as an e-ticket will be decided by the respective transport association.
For the Heilbronn public transport system (HNV), the ticket can be applied for at the HNV-ABO centers in Heilbronn, Wüstenrot and Künzelsau. However, this is not yet possible at the moment (as of January 17, 2023). When exactly it will be available is still unclear. We will keep you up to date.
Special feature for students of Heilbronn University
Heilbronn University (HHN) has a semester ticket agreement with the HNV/Kreisverkehr Schwäbisch Hall (KSVH). This means that with your semester fee you also pay a solidarity fee of 15 € which is deducted from the regular price of the semester ticket. Therefore, it will not yet be technically possible to issue the JugendticketBW as a subscription for the summer semester 2023 and winter semester 2023/24. For the time being, it will therefore be issued in the usual way as a half-year ticket at the usual points of sale.
Price for the period from 01 March to 31 August 2023: 167.52 euros
Students aged 27 and over will still be able to purchase the regular semester ticket.
Under the motto "Talking Science", scientists from numerous countries around the world have the chance to present their research on stage at this event. The special feature: the presentation may only last 3 minutes and must contain the right amount of science and wit to engage the audience and the expert jury. Technical aids such as Power Point presentations are prohibited. Only props that can be worn on the body or quickly set up are allowed.
Participation is open to master's students, doctoral students and scientists aged 21 and older who are researching, studying or working in the fields of science, technology, mathematics, computer science, psychology or medicine.
Taking part in FameLab offers not only public attention for the topics but also valuable experience in science communication, training for speaking in front of an audience, exciting contacts with other committed young scientists and, finally, simply a lot of fun!
The registration for the regional preliminary round in southwest Germany on 29 March 2023 at the Kulturzentrum Tollhaus in Karlsruhe is now possible. Application deadline: February 28, 2023
Besides a Prize money 300 € the winner will participate in a renowned communication and media training by the National Institute for Science Communication (NaWik). This year, NaWik is also sponsoring a voucher for a #WissKomm seminar from its extensive in-house offering worth €295.
As a winner, you also qualify to take part in the FameLab Germany finals in Bielefeld, Germany, and thus also have the chance to take part in the grand international finals.
Prize: 300 € + communication and media training + #WissKomm seminar from the range offered by the National Institute for Science Communication (NaWik) worth 295 € + participation in the FameLab Germany finals in Bielefeld
Prize: €200 + communication and media training + participation in FameLab Germany: final in Bielefeld
The winner of FameLab Germany will take part in the international final.
When and where?
The participants will compete in four regional finals for a place in the FameLab Germany finals in Bielefeld. In the preliminary round in Karlsruhe on March 29, 2023 the FameLab winner for Southwest Germany will be determined at the Kulturzentrum Tollhaus.
The German final will be held in Bielefeld on May 25, 2023. Accommodation and travel expenses will be reimbursed.
What's the point?
FameLab gives you the opportunity to give your field of research just the right amount of publicity. The media presence and success of the FameLabbers is remarkable: The winners of the last years are invited again and again to (professional) events, panel discussions and workshops after FameLab, among others to the TEDx series.
Self-application possible from now until February 15, 2023
Are you currently in your first or second semester? Then pay attention, because the German National Academic Foundation is now looking for students who distinguish themselves through high intellectual abilities and motivation, social competence, communication skills as well as a broad spectrum of interests and social commitment.
The self-application procedure is two-stage. School grades are not important here. It's more about your cognitive abilities. The first step is therefore a cognitive ability test, which takes place at the beginning of March in person at several locations in Germany and digitally.
In this test, competencies that are important for successful studies are tested. The test does not focus on specific technical knowledge. The tasks have been developed by the Studienstiftung.
Christmas is just around the corner and you are still missing a gift? The gift should not be just another 0815 gift but something special? Then the perspective Christmas package would be perhaps ne idea.
The perspective wine, has put together again for Christmas a package with their wine and delicacies from Italy with delicatessen Waidmann.
What does the package contain?
a university wine cuvée red or white of your choice
Take the chance now and apply for a scholarship. The application deadlines for the following three scholarships have been extended.
You wonder why bother for a scholarship? Shouldn't you be asking yourself why not? Because with a scholarship you can simplify your study time. After all, a financial plus is not a burden but a relief. So what are you waiting for?
Nine scholarships from the Gustav Berger Foundation
The Gustav Berger Foundation invites applications for nine scholarships, retroactive to December 2022.
Application phase until December 30, 2022
Requirements for the application: The scholarship is aimed at Students of all Departments, who have already completed the basic studies.
The amount of the scholarship is between 100 and 300 € monthly.
Vector Informatik GmbH invites applications for the summer semester 2023 for at least one Corporate Scholarship off.
Application phase until December 30, 2022
Requirements for the application: The scholarship is aimed at Students in the ASE, MAS, ESE, MEL, EL, MES, AI, SE, MSEM, ET, MEE degree programs. who are at least in the 2nd Bachelor's semester or at most in the 1st Master's semester.
The Leo Club is a youth organization of Lions Club international, in which young people between the ages of 16 and 31 are involved under the motto "We serve". The focus is on community as well as sustainable action and issues such as health and famine.
Here you will meet motivated people working in teams, friendships will develop and you will become part of a network that will enable you to get started everywhere and exchange ideas with like-minded people. And not only in Germany. There are Leos all over the world - currently almost 170,000 Leos in 150 different countries.
The term "LEO" stands for Leadership - Experience - Opportunity. Because with Leo you learn to take responsibility, to deal with challenges and "you learn for life". They usually meet once a month and plan, organize and carry out projects in their clubs' region - so-called activities - that benefit others and have a lot of fun doing it! In addition to acquiring donations in kind or money, they also use the time available to them to plan outings with groups of children, for example, to organize sponsored runs and also to support Lions in their activities.
Have you always wanted to get involved in community service projects and do something good for your fellow man at the same time? Then come to this year's Christmas party of the Leo Club Neckar-Franken. This will take place soon, on Dec. 23, 2022 at 7 p.m, will take place at the Charivari Restaurant. You are welcome to contact us again in advance via the channels mentioned below.
You have completed your studies or are about to do so and are looking for an exciting career start? You have already gained some practical SAP® experience and now want to dive deeper into the SAP® world? Then we might have something interesting for you here: unterseeAkademie
In a versatile training program, you will gain insight into all areas in which untersee works. In the process, you will get to know their family-like corporate culture.
The main topics of the academy range from consultant basics, to project management, to getting to know their //SOMA® industry solution.
untersee Unternehmensberatung GmbH, is a SAP® consulting company with a strong implementation focus on the manufacturing industry and mechanical and plant engineering.
The academy will start in early 2023.
Hybrid Training Program; Quarterly with certificate of completion
As a prospective SAP® Junior Consultant (a-z*) you can bring your growing skills into a dynamic environment at untersee. You will be involved in interesting projects and responsible tasks await you, e.g. in the analysis of business processes and the definition of measures for optimization. You will get to know the steps of system integration at untersee customers and support the company in their support and consulting.
*all genders are welcome
Participate and have fun!
work in a strong and qualified network.
find individual opportunities to develop yourself both professionally and personally.