Programme management

Prof. Dr. Katherine Roegner Faculty of Computer Science

The recognition and promotion of talented students are important factors in motivating them to study and for their future career opportunities. This makes it all the more important to train these people for their role as managers and decision-makers of the future. As a mentor, I am happy to support our talented students in setting and achieving their goals".

Current mentors

Prof. Dr. jur. Michaela Regler THI Business School

"I particularly enjoy identifying talented people, recognizing their abilities and supporting their projects with know-how, experience or my networks. As a mentor, I also particularly enjoy promoting social projects from our region, as these can use all the support they can get and often, as a result of the "groundwork done by the talents", sustainable social project work can emerge from this for later students."

Prof. Dr. Michael Jarschel Faculty of Computer Science

"Especially in today's often performance and results-oriented educational and professional world, I think it is extremely important to support the ideas and commitment of young students at the beginning of their careers. Therefore, I am happy to support outstanding talents at THI in implementing their own projects alongside their studies. Often, it is these extracurricular activities that enable students to gain valuable experience for their future careers and that they will look back on fondly."

 

Prof. Dr. Ondrej Vaculin Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology

"Especially nowadays, as the millennials and new generations come, employees want to work in an environment in which job and career opportunities are encouraged and supported. Highly qualified and talented employees are particularly in demand in this context. Personally, I am very pleased to be able to contribute to the further development of THI's talents in order to promote their skills and competencies for their future careers through mentoring"."Especially nowadays, as the millennials and new generations come, employees want to work in an environment in which job and career opportunities are encouraged and supported. Highly qualified and talented employees are particularly in demand in this context. Personally, I am very pleased to be able to contribute to the further development of THI's talents in order to promote their skills and competencies for their future careers through mentoring".

Prof. Dr. rer. pol. Cornelia Zehbold Faculty of Engineering and Management

"I am personally happy to support initiatives at our university that focus on the personal development of our students and are aimed at interdisciplinary cooperation. This applies all the more when topics of socio-political and/or regional importance are dealt with in this context".
 

Prof. Dr. Dieter Müller Faculty of Mechanical Engineering

"The coming generations will have to master enormous challenges in order to improve the overall living conditions of humankind in the future. This goal can only be achieved if all sectors of society work together effectively and efficiently. As a mentor, I want to do everything I can, to help you to develop the competence and courage to think outside the box and tackle the tasks at hand at the forefront."

 

Former mentors

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Christian Endisch
Fundamentals of electrical engineering and electromobility
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Daniel Großmann
Computer Science and Data Processing
Prof. Dr. Torsten Graap
Socio-economics and accounting
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Uli Burger
Mechanical Design and Aircraft Structures

Contact

Project Coordinator

Consultant talent network &scholarships
Franziska Detterbeck
Phone: +49 841 9348-7753
WhatsApp: +49 162 3706729
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Coordinator Workshop Program

Anja Nigl
Phone: +49 841 9348-7758
Room: J105
E-Mail:

further contact details

Email:Talent@thi.de