Student Day and High School Student Day
Europe and Germany in particular stand for quality and innovation. To make sure it stays that way, it is important for the electronics sector to recruit and train a sufficient number of future employees. Ongoing technical progress and the long-term risks of demographic change are driving demand for electronics professionals higher and higher.
Once again, Student Day will be held in the electronica Forum (hall A3) on the last day of the fair November 11, 2016. More than 300 engineering students from throughout Germany are expected to participate! Organized in conjunction with semica.de and the VDE, Student Day featured an attractive and interesting program.
Besides a panel discussion and a networking lunch with the sponsors, the COSIMA Award will be presented to the winner. The program will be rounded out by a major award ceremony.
|11:05–12:00||COSIMA Award: Presentation of students projects|
|12:00–12:45||Panel discussion with Gold Sponsors|
|12:45–13:45||Get Together Lunch (at bistro tables)|
|13:45–14:00||COSIMA Award ceremony|
|14:00–14:15||Raffle by Platinum Sponsor Digi-Key|
High School Student Day
Demand for High School Student Day is up
Europe and Germany in particular stand for quality and innovation. To make sure it stays that way, it is important for the electronics sector to attract and train young people. Ongoing technological development and the long-term risks associated with demographic change are driving up demand for electronics professionals.
electronica is holding High School Student Day in conjunction with the ZVEI on Friday November 11, 2016. It specifically addresses high-school students and is supposed to get them interested in careers in the electronics industry.
Students in grades 10 through 12 at engineering- and technology-oriented secondary schools and vocational schools in the greater Munich area are invited to attend. 150 high-school students from Bavaria are expected in 2016.
Short presentations, reports from educational practice and insights at the exhibition stands are used to make a career in engineering as transparent and attractive as possible for the young people. Afterward, all of the students have the chance to explore the trade fair on their own.
|10:00–10:15|| Address of welcome and introduction of trade fair electronica
Bernd Künstler, ZVEI
|10:15–10:30|| Chance: Apprenticeship and Studies in the electronics industry
Bernd Künstler, ZVEI
|10:30–11:00||In practice: Report of apprentice and students|
|11:00–11:15||Question and discussion: Students, companies, associations|
|11:15–11:45||Classification of groups, Output of bags with information material, Snack|
|11:45–13:45||Guided exhibition tour with presentation on the stand of each sponsor|
|14:00|| Discharge and End of the official program
Chance for students to explore electronica on their own
As an exhibitor, you can support and facilitate the program of events at Student Day by acting as a sponsor. The sponsoring alternatives are available in the Exhibitor Shop or can be found in the following brochure.