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    Vinod Philip (Chief Technology Officer of Siemens Power & Gas):

    Developing solutions to our most difficult technical challenges, within the Power & Gas arena, will require new approaches for thinking and working. The Global University Challenge is one such promising approach that can help us unlock the innovation potential of students from our global university partner network. These students bring diverse background, multi-disciplinary fields and fresh perspectives that could prove invaluable. As part of this challenge, students will have the opportunity to share their ideas for addressing real-world challenges in collaboration with Siemens experts and develop industrial prototypes at our production site in Berlin (Germany). Please join us in this challenge by contributing your and Siemens creativity and expertise.

    Siegfried Russwurm (Chief Technology Officer and Member of the Siemens Managing Board):

    Disruptive innovation today is created within global networks. We want to drive digitalization in our industries to the next level. Your university has been picked due to its high standard in innovation in digitalization. We invite you to engage with us in the challenging topic of “enabling the digital twin”. The Global University Challenge offers a unique opportunity for students to network and engage creatively with Siemens technology experts and managers. This is what we call “Ingenuity for life”. I am eager to see your ideas and prototypes. Good luck in Siemens first cross-university challenge!

    Janina Kugel (Head of Human Resources and Member of the Siemens Managing Board):

    The Siemens Global University Challenge is a great chance for Siemens to meet exciting people from different countries who share the same motivation with us: fascination and passion for the technologies of tomorrow. The challenge offers benefits for both sides: Students can interact with various people in our global company and develop a network within Siemens for future career steps. For Siemens it is a fantastic opportunity to meet engaged and motivated students, to learn with them and to show that Siemens is really cool. I am looking forward to a fruitful competition, enjoyable encounters and innovative results.