CeBIT 2014; a Chance for Students and Professors to Network, Learn and Compete
Once again Hanover is hosting CeBIT (10-14 March, 2014), the world’s largest computer expo. With the focus country being Great Britain, the University Alliances team has a week packed with events for students and professors from all over the world.
This year’s CeBIT will kick off with Innojam (11-12 March); a 30-hour hands-on experience where more than 100 students from across the globe compete against each other to tackle real business cases with SAP’s most recent technology, developing solutions and prototypes. The results will be presented in front of a jury at the end of Innojam. Three teams are picked as the winning teams and are given the chance to present their developed prototypes live on the SAP stage on Thursday March, 13th. There will be daily highlights on stage of the SAP Innojam which will include talks and media (video and photos). More information is accessible on the event wiki.
Participants can observe the students during the Design Thinking and Coding phases and watch the presentations.
On Thursday, March 13th, students and professors can network and learn about how to use SAP software to run their universities. More information is available online.
Daily guided tours are provided where the three Golden Rooms- Cloud, SAP HANA and Vision- can be visited.
Participants can have a personal meeting with University Alliances at the booth by contacting the team and stating their topics and questions beforehand.
CeBIT will wrap up with an introduction of erp4school; the University Alliances program that is especially dedicated to teachers and pupils.
The University Alliances will have a booth where participants can go to and discuss with and ask questions from UA and UCC representatives. For more information on SAP at CeBIT, visit www.sap.com/cebit and follow SAP University Alliances on Twitter @sap_ua for live event coverage.
We are looking forward to welcoming you to CeBIT 2014!