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07.03.2016

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The Hasso Plattner Institute at CeBIT 2016

March 14-18 2016

At CeBIT 2016, the Hasso Plattner Institute shows visitors what science holds in store for the digital society of the future. In Hall 6, at booth D18, we present the latest research results and the most exciting trends in the areas of “Big Data,” cloud computing, and e-health. If you want to know how new kinds of analysis is changing the way doctors’ treat patients or how to best protect yourself from attacks in the Internet of Things then stop by—we are looking forward to seeing you!

Visit us in Hanover!

Find us at CeBIT 2016 in hall 6, booth D18 with the following projects:


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Also visit our press area!

On more than 170m² of floor space, HPI shows how the analysis of social media messages, like those sent on Twitter, makes not only taking public transportation easier but also acquiring new business clients. Anyone who has ever thought about training students, employees, or clients via online courses, can try out, at our booth, the possibilities offered at our HPI platform “MOOC House”. At our “green screen” visitors can practice in front of a live camera and see how easy it is to create and deploy short learning videos. HPI ensures that its user data stays at servers in Germany. 

The main focus of HPI’s appearance at this year’s CeBIT is the “Future SOC Lab”. This top research lab in Potsdam is not only available to its own HPI scientists, but also to universities and research institutes worldwide free of charge. Companies can take advantage of the high performance infrastructure together with their university partners. A computer cluster with 1000 cores and the SAP in-memory database HANA enable innovative projects, such those as in the areas of cloud computing, parallel processing, and in-memory databases. 

The Hasso Plattner Institute at a Glance

The Hasso Plattner Institute for Software Systems Engineering is Germany’s university excellence center for IT-Systems Engineering. HPI is financed entirely through private funds donated by its founder Prof. Hasso Plattner, who co-founded the software company SAP. HPI is the only university institution in Germany offering the Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in "IT-Systems Engineering"—a practical and engineering-oriented alternative to conventional computer science studies. Current enrollment is at approximately 480 students. The HPI School auf Design Thinking is Europe’s first innovation school for university students. It is based on the Stanford model of the d.school and offers 240 places annually for a supplementary course of study.

There are a total of twelve HPI professors and over 50 guest professors, lecturers and contracted teachers at the Institute. HPI carries out research noted for its high standard of excellence in its eleven topic areas. Research work is also conducted at the Potsdam HPI Research School for PhD candidates as well as at its branches in Cape Town, Haifa, and Nanjing. HPI teaching and research focuses on the foundation and application of large-scale, highly complex and distributed IT systems. The development and exploration of user-driven innovations for all sectors of life is an additional area of importance. HPI always earns the highest positions in the CHE university ranking. Its free, open online courses on openHPI.de are available to everyone.


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