The information society is rapidly evolving and pushing us to adopt ever newer ways of doing and working in our daily lives. To benefit from the economic and employment opportunities the internet offers, it is vital for Europe to remain at the forefront of IT technologies.
At the University of Dresden, the ESF is helping achieve this by supporting young researchers who work at the frontier of R&D in this field. The ResUbic Lab project comprises 19 young researchers working in three groups:
It is important to promote the IT sector in Dresden and Saxony as, since 2006, the software industry has created about 500 new jobs per year in Dresden.To capitalise on these employment opportunities, more graduates are needed, in particular at PhD level, to satisfy the growing demand from companies for well-educated personnel.
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