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Picture of the participants in the 10th EIASM Workshop on Top Management Teams and Business Strategy Research

How to get future executives to listen to academia

Researchers from all over the world came to Passau to discuss the following question: How do we develop executives who need to be able to manage in an increasingly less stable world?

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Two women watching the video installation on sexualised violence against women in popular culture

Training critical engagement

For the SKILL teaching project ‘Information and Media Literacy’, trainee teachers have worked with lecturers to develop ideas on how to critically engage with media in the digital era.

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Blocks-based programs work similar to toy blocks and make it easier to get started in codes. Symbolic picture: Colourbox

TENDER-BLOCK – playful approach to software testing

Blocks-based programs make it easier to get started in codes. A team of the University of Passau is developing software engineering tool kits to test and debug codes in this learning environment.

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Picture of a crowd of people. Picture: Colourbox.

That which belongs together is slowly growing together

A study of the University of Passau and the ifo Institute in Munich shows that almost 30 years after reunification the younger generation in particular is growing together.

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Professor Tomas Sauer (head of the Knowledge-based Image Processing Fraunhofer research group and the FORWISS Institute at the University of Passau) and his team are working with Dr Doris Kurella (Head of the Latin and North America department at the Linden Museum) to analyse computer tomography images of the Linden Museum's Peruvian mummy, which is over a thousand years old.

'Big Picture': measuring data giants

The 'Big Picture' research project is breaking new ground in the storage, processing and analysis of image data – now with the help of a mummy more than 1,000 years old.

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