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First graduation ceremony of the Faculty of Information Technology


Group photo at the finale: Graduation ceremony of the Faculty of Information Technology in lecture hall A 101 on the Sonnenstraße campus

A premiere at the University of Applied Sciences' newest faculty: Information Technology alumni came together for the first time for a graduation ceremony.

In lecture hall A 101 on the Sonnenstraße campus, the graduates took the opportunity to celebrate their achievements in style together with those responsible for the faculty, which was created in 2017, fellow students and their families.

You have successfully invested in yourself and thus in your career for the benefit of society.

Rector Prof. Dr. Wilhelm Schwick

Rector Prof. Dr. Wilhelm Schwick was also among the well-wishers. He acknowledged that the alumni had done everything right by successfully investing in themselves and thus in their careers "in order to dedicate themselves to engineering challenges for the benefit of society". Alyssa Blümel and Patrick Frenken from the Information Technology student council contributed student greetings.

Dean Prof. Dr. Frank Gustrau with the successful graduates Leonie Maleszka (right) and Fabienne Sahl

Two best women in biomedical engineering

Dean Prof. Dr. Frank Gustrau, who gave a short presentation on the development and orientation of the faculty, was particularly pleased that he was able to award two women from the Biomedical Engineering(Opens in a new tab)  Bachelor's study program as best graduates:

Both are now continuing their work as research assistants in the faculty. The 53 alumni invited also included graduates of the Bachelor's degree program in Digital Technologies(Opens in a new tab)  and the Master's degree program in Information and Electrical Engineering (now Master's in Information Technology(Opens in a new tab) ).

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Dr. Puian Tadayon contributed a short technical presentation on the topic of "Magnetic field-based system for mobile long-term recording of rotational and translational body movements". He completed his diploma in information and communication technology at the University of Applied Sciences, followed by a master's degree in information technology and then a doctorate in cooperation with the University of the Federal Armed Forces in Munich.

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A small champagne reception with a buffet in the foyer immediately after the official part of the successful graduation ceremony gave all participants the opportunity to talk and network extensively.

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Photo credits

  • Fachhochschule Dortmund | Michael Milewski
  • Fachhochschule Dortmund | Michael Milewski

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