May 28th 2021

Digital conference hosted by the MCiT Master’s students II

More speakers are confirmed!


Are you wondering how corona has changed the IT industry? Come and find out at the MCiT Forum 2021.
Impressions from last year's MCiT Forum. Are you wondering how corona has changed the IT industry? Come and find out at the MCiT Forum 2021. Photocredit: MCiT Department

Corona did not only change the IT industry. It has an impact on our whole lives. The world has changed and so business processes had to be adapted to the current situation.
Come and debate with representatives from leading companies how they managed to find the ability to learn, adapt and how our new digital world has changed.

Besides Anastassia Lauterbach, we are delighted to announce the conformation of the following speakers:

Andreas Atzl, be-terna:
Andreas Atzl is working as a business consultant at BE-terna. BE-terna is supporting other enterprises in various fields to master the upcoming challenges of digitalization.

André Diedrich, cloudconsulting24:
André Diedrich is working as a salesforce consultant at the Cloud Consulting Group with the focus on the optimization of business processes in the field of Sales, Marketing and Service. The Cloud Consulting Group is offering services from consulting to the introduction, analysis, optimisation,migration, administration and development of individual solutions to training courses.

Katharina Fesl and Thomas Steinmayer, Zumtobel:
Mr. Steinmayer has more than 15 years of experience in highly dynamic and competitive B2B industries - especially in the professional lighting, renewable energy and semiconductor industries. He enjoys inspiring people across functions and experiencing the power of global teams with their cross-cultural experiences. Together with Ms. Fesl, he drives transformation and explores the opportunities of digital business.

Mario Neururer, HOFER:
Mario Neururer, Senior Manager at HOFER Austria, has proven expertise in business development, innovation strategy and technology management. He is comfortable thinking analytically and critically in order to develop innovative, people-first solutions to complex problems.

If the outlined information has already attracted your interest, we will be glad to welcome you at this year’s MCiT Forum on the 2nd of June, from 2:00 – 6:00 pm.

Register now:

Prof. Dr. Stephan Schlögl | Human-Centered Computing Bachelor's program Management, Communication & IT
Prof. Dr. Stephan Schlögl Human-Centered Computing +43 512 2070 - 3535