HTWK Leipzig of Leipzig at virtual.drupa in Düsseldorf -- drupa - April 20 to 23, 2021 - Messe Düsseldorf
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Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Lutz Engisch

Studiendekan Masterstudiengang Druck- und Verpackungstechnik

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0049 341 3076 2464

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lutz.engisch@htwk-leipzig.de

Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Holger Zellmer

Studiendekan Bachelorstudiengang Digitale Print-Technologien

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0049 341 3076 2992

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holger.zellmer@htwk-leipzig.de

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Eugen Herzau

Studeiendekan Bachelorstudiengang Verpackungstechnologie und Nachhaltigkeit

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0049 341 3076 2336

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eugen.herzau@htwk-leipzig.de

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21 Apr 2021

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15:00 - 17:00

Bridging Industry, Education and Research in Graphic Communication, Print and Media

This symposium will be held in the Drupa conference area. For details see
https://www.ic-iarigai-drupa2021.org/

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22 Apr 2021

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12:30 - 13:10

Print Your Future and World Print Campus

This event will be held in the Drupa conference area. For details see in the program there.

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20 Apr 2021

HTWK is part of World Print Campus

Showroom and meeting place for community of educational institutes and organizations worldwide that offer study programs, further education and training in the area of print and media technologies.
 

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20 Apr 2021

Welcome to the Bachelor Course Digital Printing Technology

Displays, solar cells, clothing, medicines, banknotes, tickets, semiconductors, packaging, skin cells - modern print technology can do more than books and newspapers!

Students of the Digital Print Technologies program become experts in printing process technology and the manufacture of modern print products such as packaging, components for communications and information technology, security elements on securities, 3D prototyping, textiles, decorative wallpaper, flyers, books or magazines. In seven varied semesters, the prospective engineers acquire the necessary specialist knowledge and develop application- and solution-oriented ways of thinking and acting for their later professional activities. The students themselves determine their own technical specialization with the choice of specialization topics.

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20 Apr 2021

Welcome to the Bachelor Course Packaging Technology and Sustainability

Students in the bachelor's degree program in packaging technology and sustainability are trained to become technologically oriented specialists who deal with all issues in the field of packaging. The degree program is characterized by a varied range of modules and forms the basis for designing ideas and concepts as well as implementing technical solutions in the form of prototypes and sample packaging.

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20 Apr 2021

Welcome to the Master Course Printing and Packaging Technology

In the master's degree program in printing and packaging technology, we train technologically oriented specialists who have in-depth expertise in solving problems in the industrial manufacture of printed products and packaging. The training builds on the first university degree qualifying for a profession and provides the necessary knowledge, skills and abilities for independent scientific work in the field of research, development and application technology in the printing and packaging industry.

The focus of the training is oriented to the technical developments in the field. In addition to the in-depth study of basic mathematical and scientific content (modules on modeling, surface and boundary surfaces, laser technology, statistical experimental design), application-oriented specialization (modules on innovations in printing and packaging, UV applications, newspaper production) is possible. In addition, these contents are supplemented by individual elective modules. The integrated research internship, as well as the project work offered, provide the opportunity to familiarize oneself with interdisciplinary ways of thinking and working.

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Leipzig University of Applied Sciences (HTWK Leipzig) offers a combination of practice-oriented teaching and application-driven research. The university stands out among the higher education institutions in the region on account of its exceptionally broad spectrum of engineering and technical disciplines. Along with the fields of Economics, Social Science and Culture, HTWK Leipzig is engaged in a diverse range of teaching and research activities. More than 40 degree courses provide both sound academic knowledge and practical training. There are currently about 6,200 students enrolled at HTWK Leipzig. Long-term and wide-ranging partnerships with companies not only in the region but throughout Germany and Europe, as well as numerous externally funded research projects, demonstrate the university’s high standard of research excellence. With third-party funding amounting to more than 10 million Euro per year, HTWK Leipzig is one of the top-ranking universities of applied sciences in Germany.

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Number of employees 1000-4999
Foundation 1992