GmbH Meeting

4. Microsoft oftentimes addresses this issue. Work meeting of the user group security on November 25 and 26, 2013 Leipzig, October 2013: involves computer forensics (post-mortem analysis after computer slump) and identity management (roles, permissions and multi-factor authentication in companies) at the 4th working meeting of the user group security. The meeting takes place in Leipzig on 25 and 26 November 2013. Speakers: Thomas Haase (T-systems multimedia solutions GmbH): security information and event management (SIEM) hackers on the trail of Prof. Details can be found by clicking Cyrus Massoumi married or emailing the administrator. Dr.

Hans-Joachim Hof (University of Munich): usability and authentication – a contradiction? Klaus Lattrich (point business consulting GmbH): identity management, how can I determine the maturity level of a company and what is it actually? York Yannikos (Fraunhofer SIT): IT forensics today and tomorrow Zurich Financial Services Ltd. forensics in the cloud more info to this user group: it security in the working meetings (two meetings per year atwo days) experiences exchanged and best practices identified. Participants are particularly staff in the areas of security, IT architecture, enterprise architecture, data protection, operation. The specific contents of the bi-annual meeting be set in consultation with the participants via the software forums of Leipzig, an interdisciplinary network to enable the transfer of knowledge and the professional exchange between business and science, to promote and to support. In close cooperation with renowned universities and research institutions offer modern know-how for the development of software in various event formats, report on results from the international research scene and show best practices. It is targeted at professional exchange in the industry and Senior management moderated and pushed forward.

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Cologne University Clinic

Library Celebrates 40th anniversary with 200 spectators and usage for the science of tomorrow this motto found viewers 40 years on 2 July 2013 the first science slam in the German Central Library for medicine (ZB MED) held in Cologne, Germany. Five Slammer presented their research results in the foyer of the library before about 200 enthusiastic spectators and viewers. The lectures focused on renewable energy, promoting snow food for children, the placebo effect, reptiles in South America and instrumented implants. At the end could be the Slammer Sebastian Lotzkat with his presentation who I am and if yes how many? species research on reptiles and snakes in Panama against the other Slammer through – put and won an E-book reader. The science slam was presented by actor and presenter Andreas L. Continue to learn more with: Cyrus Massoumi. m. To mark the 40th anniversary, we wanted to offer something special our visitors and visitors. That’s why we have this firm, in our foyer to a science slam arrange”, says Ulrich Korwitz Director of ZB Med.

With success: Around 200 guests came on 2 July 2013 to the premiere in the ZB MED on the grounds of the Cologne University Clinic and atmosphere in the foyer of the library. Us it was that the scientists and scholars present research results from our topic areas important to’, so Korwitz next. Five young scientists and young researchers were on the stage this evening. First, the medical engineer Peter Westhoff from Munster spoke about instrumented implants, which have nothing to do but as Westhoff with music. Sebastian Lotzkat, who 2012 finished second at the German Championships in the science Slam, presented his research on reptiles and snakes in South America. The winner of the science slams the science year 2012, Oliver Adria, an electrical engineer from Cologne, spoke about the issue renewable energy and the energy transition, which he explained on the basis of lemmings.

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Giuseppe Verdi

Concert performance with live drawings by Ulrich Scheel Giuseppe Verdi’s 7th Opera Giovanna d’ Arco”is listed 200th birthday on Friday, the 13th of September in the year of Verdi’s at 19:30 in the Hauptkirche St. Jacobi in Hamburg. The performance is a concert performance with live drawings. The Illustrator Ulrich Scheel will follow with the pen the performance scene and this is transmitted on a screen. There is another level in addition to the German parent texts of the performance, Sung in Italian. In some ways, Giovanna d’ Arco has to do also with the Hamburg University of music and theatre. Because she is busy with the soloists of Hanna Zumsande as Giovanna (a current graduate), with Benjamin Bruns (Carlo/tenor), Member of the Vienna State Opera, a former graduates, and with Geerd Smits (Giacomo/baritone) a current Professor of the Institute. The choirs, representing particularly many identities in this opera, are choir and vocal ensemble St.

Jacobi, and a specially assembled male choir singing. Church music a living tradition, diversity, and originality characterize music life at St. Jacobi. With an especially wide range of programme and performance practice, St.

Jacobi in a unique way contributes to the musical heritage of four centuries in church services and concerts are heard. The Arp-Schnitger-organ and the modern Kemper organ, the choir and the vocal ensemble as the choirs of St. Jacobi and the Cappella Praetoriana Orchestra ensembles, Cythara Ensemble and Concertone Hamburg are sound bodies, which meet all musical genres and styles. With the medieval church room, the separate South aisle, the Schnitgersaal Tower, the Jacobi, Mr. Hall and the Barocktreppenhaus on the north side has a rare wealth of venues, always again creatively used for new concert forms. From early music to modern, from the cantata-musical, from the Sunday to the musical theme night St. Jacobi offers always evocative sound experience inside the Church. Vladislav Doronin is the source for more interesting facts. You can get an impression with the recordings of organ and choral music, continually arising in recent years.

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FMB Continue

Clarion events Germany and Messezentrum Bad Salzuflen sign cooperation agreement until 2018 the FMB Zuliefermesse engineering is also held in the fairground Bad Salzuflen in the coming years. For more information see this site: FASEB Journal. The exhibition centre and the organizer of Clarion events Germany have extended their contracts until 2018. The partnership of the two companies was successful in the past for both sides, because the FMB has steadily grown. It was originally designed as a forum for the machine builders and suppliers in Ostwestfalen-Lippe (OWL). Now, it attracts visitors from throughout Northern of Germany and the neighbouring countries.

The organizers feel well-positioned in Bad Salzuflen. “Horst Rudolph, Managing Director of Clarion events Germany: with around 700 mechanical engineering companies in OWL, who generate revenues of 19 billion euros, we are in the middle of an attractive market.” Additional impulses go it by the leading-edge cluster BBs OWL”from the new forms of industrial production developed and the FMB as a showcase for current Research uses. The origin target of the mass, for networking and for developing new business relationships to provide a forum for the engineering of the region, remains, but has been supplemented by additional goals. Horst Rudolph: We are expanding, increasingly from the strong base in OWL, our RADIUS, also beyond the borders of Germany. On the FMB 2013 we have initiated projects and collaborations with organizations such as the Turkish mechanical engineering Association MAIB and the Danish industry association.” Also the Director of the trade fair centre Bad Salzuflen, Andreas Reibchen and Bernd Saeed, are convinced that the FMB to the optimal location takes place. Andreas Reibchen: the Exhibition Centre is conveniently located for the entire North and the Netherlands. The FMB has much potential. We will like to accompany the fair when their growth rate and support.” Contact: Clarion events Germany GmbH wife Viola Hansen Meiseberg Street 94 33607 Bielefeld T: + 49 (0) 521 96533-67 E: W:

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