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PhD Event focuses on e-mobility and digitalization

PhD Event focuses on e-mobility and digitalization
Young scientists explained their work at the PhD Event. In the photo (from right): Anja Bielefeld presenting a poster about her doctoral thesis, Susanne Scholtyssek, HR Manager, Volkswagen Technical Development, Stephan Wolf, Deputy Chairman of the Group Works Council, and Josef Baumert, Board Member for Production and Logistics, Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles. Photo: Detlev Wecke
  • Volkswagen offers committed young scientists exciting research topics and top working conditions
  • Some 700 specialists visit the 13th PhD Event at the MobileLifeCampus in Wolfsburg
  • 345 young scientists are researching for a PhD in the Volkswagen Group

Some 700 specialist visitors found out more about the latest research projects at the Volkswagen Group’s 2018 PhD Event. The motto of this, the 13th Group-wide PhD Event, was “Researching Towards Tomorrow”. A total of 345 young scientists are currently working on their doctoral theses in the Volkswagen Group, and 94 of them presented their work today at the MobileLifeCampus in Wolfsburg. The focus topics were e-mobility, digitalization, lightweight design, environmental and resource efficiency.

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