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  1. Prof. Dr. Eckhard Steffen Ahmet Mehic, wiss. Mit. Promocija doktorskih studija, Mostar, 11-12.03.2010

  2. Paderborn and its University PACE Our Programs Our People Industry Partners

  3. City of Paderborn North Rhine-Westphalia >1,200 years of history 150.000 inhabitants culture, sports & leisure industry: global players in computer science, electrical and mechanical engineering and automotive nearby airport

  4. University of Paderborn founded 1972 14,000 students 10 % international students technology transfer, cooperation with industry & universities faculties Faculty of Arts and Humanities Faculty of Business Administration, Economics and Business Computing Faculty of Science Faculty of Mechanical Engineering Faculty of Computer Science, Electrical Engineering and Mathematics

  5. Economic area Paderborn… • Companies like Siemens, Wincor Nixdorf, • Benteler, Hella and Stute are located in Paderborn • The city's appeal is also shaped by family-owned SME‘s • and global players • The Universtiy of Paderborn plays a major role in the • well-established Public Private Partnership (PPP)

  6. Paderborn and its University PACE Our Programs Our People Industry Partners

  7. …..Consequently, the question if and to what extent PhD programs could, and should explicitly cope with the demand side of the labor market remained open and unsettled. (Form Follows Function – Comparing Doctoral Training in Europe and North America; Int. Workshop organized by HRK and UNESCO-CEPES, Frankfurt/Main November 9-11, 2006)

  8. NQF – zahtjevani nivo znanja doktoranta u SR Njemackoj

  9. Founded 2001 • Prof. Dr. Wilhelm Schäfer (Chair) • Prof. Dr. Eckhard Steffen (Directorof Graduate Studies) • Prof. Dr. Friedhelm Meyer auf der Heide • Prof. Dr. Hans Kleine Büning • Prof. Dr. Wilhelm Dangelmaier • Prof. Dr. Michael Dellnitz • Prof. Dr. Gregor Engels • Prof. Dr. Jürgen Gausemeier • Prof. Dr. Uwe Kastens • Prof. Dr. Joachim Lückel • Prof. Dr. Burkhard Monien • Prof. Dr. Reinhold Noé • Prof. Dr. Franz Rammig • Prof. Dr. Ulrich Rückert • Prof. Dr. Leena Suhl • Prof. Dr. Andreas Thiede • Prof. Dr. Ansgar Trächtler • Prof. Dr. Jörg Wallaschek

  10. In the meantime…. + SCALUS

  11. Research Areas Database and Information Systems Programming Languages and Compilers Knowledge-based Systems Algorithms and Complexity Algorithms, Architectures, Applications for Parallel and Distributed Systems Design of Parallel Systems Software Engineering Mechanical Engineering Computer Integrated Manufacturing Mechatronics Laboratory Mechatronics and Dynamics Control Engineering and Mechatronics Electrical Engineering & IT Optical Communication and High-Frequency Engineering System and Circuit Technology High-Frequency Electronics Business Computing, esp. Computer Integrated Manufacturing Decision Support – Operations Research Lab Unitary representations, symplectic and non-commutative geometry, non-commutative harmonic analysis, homological algebra, microlocal analysis, function spaces and C*-algebras Fundamentals, manufacturing and applications of micro- and nanostructures in optoelectronics and photonics: periodic structures and optical micro resonators

  12. We offer a program that is… Challenging WechallengestudentstocompletetheirPhD in 3 years. Welookforintrinsicallymotivatedstudentswho will excel in ouracademicculturebased on researchfreedom. At PACE, mathematicians talk tomechanicalengingeers, andphysisistscollaboratewithsoftwareengineers. Students also profitfrom an extensive academicnetworkfarbeyond Paderborn. Interdisciplinary Wehaveexcellentpartnershipswithcompanies such as Daimler andWincor Nixdorf. Through projectswithourindustrypartners, studentresearchcanprovidesolutionsto real worldbusinessproblems. Practical Ourstudentscomefrom all overtheworld. Duringourprogramtheycantakeadvantageof soft skilltraining, interculturalactivities, companyvisitsand German languageclasses. International Affordable Studentsreceivefinancialaid in the form of a fellowship, andfullreimbursementoftravelcosts. Weevenrefundthecostoftheadmission interview. We understand doctoralstudentsneedtofocus on research. Thatiswhywe do not requireourstudentstoteach. We also helpstructuretheir 3 yearstoensuresuccess. Andwetakecare time-consumingadministration. Supportive

  13. Candidates we accept are… Top of their class Flexible Self-motivated Independent Disciplined International

  14. International Recruiting Strategy

  15. Online application procedure • Online procedure • Online FAQ, question form and standard procedure allows for high volume • Helps track advertising effectivity (where did applicant hear about PACE) • Recruitment procedure as in job interview: • Personal interviews • Pre-selection of candidates by Board

  16. Administrative Services • Housing search • Visa and immigration help • German language course • Child care • Social security and health insurance • …

  17. Quality Management • Structured student feedback • Conflict management and mediation • Supervision assessment • Intermediate exam

  18. Program Structure Presentations Research Conferences Intermediate Exam 1 2 3 Lectures Supervision Soft skill training Cultural program

  19. Softskill Training

  20. ITpreneurship: Kooperative Gründungsoffensive Hochschule –Wirtschaft im IT-Cluster Paderborn • ITpreneurshipsupportsstart-ups in the IT sector in cooperationwiththe regional IT industry • ITpreneuship links companies, potential founders of a newbusinessand Paderborn University andcreatessynergiestostrengthenthe regional IT-cluster

  21. Aims: • Conjoint finding of new business ideas and creation of a „pool of ideas“ • Development of actions to bring together companies and potential founders of a new business • Advancement of the ideas to the formation of a cooperative company

  22. The PACE (+) Program Entrepeneurship Skills Training Management Skills Training Scientific Career Skills Training Basic Soft Skill Training: communication, projectmanagement, etc. Successful completion of a PACE (+) track leads to an extra certificate along with the PhD.

  23. Facts & Figures • more than 15 applications per place to study • more than 80 PhD students with degrees from over 20 countries • 20% female PhD students • > 450 publications • > 90 alumni • duration: < 40 months (average)

  24. Further Activities • Joint transferable skill program with other NRW-Graduate Schools (Münster, Essen) • Representing Paderborn University in the Council of Doctoral Education of the European University Association (EUA)

  25. Further Activities • Participating in the DOC CAREERS Project I and II of the EUA DOC-CAREERS II will look uniquely at how universities work with their regional partners in doctoral education across Europe.  Input for the Tempus-Project ProTec-WBC

  26. Paderborn and its University PACE Our Programs Our People Industry Partners

  27. Dynamic Intelligent Systems Construction of embedded or mechatronic systems (examples: simple electronic teller machines or complex life critical systems like a modern aircraft or railway system) PhD-projects could be in areas like: • Reconfigurable Hardware and Software Components • Resource and Communication Management in Dynamic Networks • Organization of large Dynamic Networks • Interdisciplinary Design Processes • Performance-oriented Modelling and Specification Techniques • Intelligent Systems in Production and Logistics • Intelligent Mechatronic Systems

  28. Local autonomous observation of the traffic situation of each traffic member Each vehicle as a participant in a global network Selected Example: Collective Illumination of Roads

  29. Selected Example: Software Engineering – Self-optimizing Systems in Mechanical Engineering Vision: Products deriving from Mechanical Engineering with inherent partial intelligence Autonomous and flexible reaction on changing conditions concerning environment and operation Impulse on innovative products of the automotive industry and railway technology

  30. Curriculum 1. Semester hours/week Introduction (Einführungskurs) Dynamic Intelligent Systems 1 2 h / 1 E Lectures 4 h Reading Class 2 h Total 8 h + 1 h

  31. Curriculum 2. Semester hours/week Dynamic Intelligent Systems 2 2 h / 1 E Doktorandenkolloquium 2 h Reading Class 2 h Soft Skills 4 h Total 8 h + 1 h

  32. Curriculum 3. Semester hours/week Dynamic Intelligent Systems 3 2 h / 1 E Reading Class 2 h Lecture 2 h Soft Skills 2 h Total 8 h + 1 h

  33. Curriculum 4. Semester hours/week Dynamic Intelligent Systems 4 2 h / 1 E Reading Class 2 h Soft Skills 2 h Total 6 h + 1 h

  34. Curriculum 5. Semester hours/week Doktorandenkolloquium 2 h 6. Semester Thesis

  35. Curriculum - Remarks i) Dynamic Intelligent Systems 1 – 4: • Dynamic Intelligent Systems will be considered from 4 points of view, i.e. from business computing, computer science, electrical engineering and mechanical engineering. • Main idea: Different approaches to “Dynamic Intelligent Systems”. • creates an IGS-identity • Mandatory “Dynamic Intelligent Systems” lectures for all IGS students of the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th semester.

  36. Curriculum - Remarks ii)Doktorandenkolloqium: Lecturer: IGS students 2nd and 5th semester Compulsory attendance: all IGS Students

  37. Paderborn and its University PACE Our Programs Our People Industry Partners

  38. Students Joel Greenyer Software Engineering Natalia Akchurina Knowledge based systems Emad Monier Ibrahim System and Circuit Technology

  39. Students Semir Osmic Control Engineering and Mechatronics Mariana Reyes Perez Computer Integrated Manufacturing Dalimir Orfanus Design of Distributed Embedded Systems Asmir Vodencarevic Cass April 2010 ~ 40 % of our students are from abroad

  40. What our students say “The opportunity for cooperation with industry was the main reason for me to do my PhD in Paderborn. When you’re working for a company, solving a concrete business problem for them, you are not just trying out an idea. Your research has to be viable. It has to lead to the solution of an actual business issue. This is what really made my research interesting.” -- Jens Peter Kempkes

  41. Alumni Dr.-Ing. Dieter ZetscheCEO Daimler AG Prof. Dr. Tien Pham Van Technical University of Hanoi Dr. Maria Balazova European Commission

  42. Alumni – industry fellowships Catherine Cleophas Lufthansa AG Simon Altemeier Daimler AG Salvatore Parisi Unity AG

  43. Our alumni are employed by: BMW, München CLAAS KGaA mbH, Harsewinkel Core Optics GmbH, Nuremberg CTcon GmbH, Düsseldorf, dSpace GmbH, Paderborn, Electronic Arts Inc., Vancouver, Canada European Union, Brussels, Belgium Gerling Gruppe, Hella KGaA Hueck & Co., Lippstadt HSBC Trinkaus & Burkhard, Düsseldorf Lufthansa Systems Group GmbH, Berlin McKinsey&Company, Düsseldorf National Chung Cheng University, Chia-Yi, Taiwan Orga Systems, Paderborn Osram Optosemiconductors, Regensburg Phoenix Contact GmbH & Co. KG, Blomberg SAP, Walldorf sd&m Ag, Offenbach Siemens Research, Princeton, USA Technical University of Hanoi Toyota Motor Europe N.V/S.A, Brussels, Belgium University of Bordeaux 1 University of Duisburg-Essen University of Magdeburg University of Paderborn University of Wroclaw, Poland ZS Associates IntL, Frankfurt

  44. International Advisory Board Dr. Michael Brinkmeier, MP North Rhine-Westphalia, Gütersloh, GermanyProf. Dr. Peter Gritzmann, Technische Universität München, Munich, GermanyProf. Dr. Leon J. Osterweil, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, USADr. Mathias Pätzold, Secretary General, Wissenschaftliche Kommission des Landes Niedersachsen, Hanover, GermanyProf. Dr. Erik Meineche Schmidt, University of Aarhus, DenmarkProf. Dr. Nikolaus Risch, President of the University of Paderborn (non voting member)Prof. Dr. Wilhelm Schäfer, Chair of PACE (non voting member)Prof. Dr. Erik Woldt, Miele & Cie KG, Gütersloh, Germany

  45. Paderborn and its University PACE Our Programs Our People Industry Partners

  46. Partners • Daimler AG • Dr. Arnold Hueck Stiftung • dSpace GmbH • Fraunhofer Gesellschaft • Freudenberg & Co. KG • German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) • German Federal State North Rhine-Westphalia • German Research Foundation (DFG) • Hella KG aA Hueck & Co. • Lufthansa AG • Siemens AG • Unity AG • Wincor Nixdorf International GmbH

  47. Partners

  48. www.uni-paderborn.de/pace