Monthly Archives: February, 2021

0 Student Exchange at KTH University in Stockholm SWE

In the autumn semester 2020, I got the opportunity to spend half a year at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm as an exchange student of the MSE Business Engineering. My study focus was on sustainability, mainly in the field of industrial production. The first-hand knowledge and inspiring discussions in a country that

0 Master Thesis

“Smart journey of the Future. Improving mobility experience with Schindler“ The future may seem unpredictable but trends in technology and society let us imagine what the world can become. Traditional B2B product company can be left behind without servitizing and transforming the user experience. So the Master thesis “Smart journey of the Future. Improving mobility experience with Schindler” is highly innovative

0 Master Thesis

 “The Impact of Quantum Computing on the IT-Security of Swiss Enterprises” I had the opportunity to collaborate with IBM to write a master’s thesis on the impact of quantum computing on the IT security of Swiss companies. For this purpose, I conducted interviews with leading Swiss companies, scientists, and IT security experts. Based on the results

0 Master Thesis

“Development of a service concept for large projects based on the example of Munich Airport“ In this master thesis, a service concept was developed for large-scale projects. The starting point of the thesis was a missing standard of the client for the handling of major projects. The developed concept is modular and allows a global approach

0 Master Thesis

Agile is often viewed as “something that Spotify and Amazon do”. With this thesis’ findings and recommendations, organizations are better equipped to consider their unique context and operating model. Progressive learning is the tool for ultimately creating a better way of living for people and more responsiveness for the customer. Mr. Bajramoski has done for his specialization

0 Master Thesis

“Evaluation of pinch analysis projects in Swiss Industry: Energy efficiency measures and energy demand profiles.” The Master Thesis by Michael Schubaschitz deals with an evaluation of industrial energy efficiency measures (EEMs) in Switzerland. Special attention was paid to the potentials for energy and CO2 reduction as well as to the economic efficiency. The results show

0 SNSF supports quantum cryptography and robotics research

The Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts is expanding its research in quantum cryptography and robotics. This is made possible thanks to the new Practice-to-Science grant from the Swiss National Science Foundation SNSF. This is intended to further strengthen application-oriented research at universities of applied sciences and universities of teacher education. The Lucerne University

0 Engineers´Day – 4 March 2021

If you’re working on a project to promote sustainability and love to inspire others with your passion, you’ve come to the right place. Here’s how it works:Send a short video trailer of your science slam performance (maximum three minutes) to email hidden; JavaScript is required and you’re entered into the competition. The video can also

0 New Testimonial Video – Medical Engineering

We are gladly presenting a glimpse behind the scenes of the upcoming testimonial video for Medical Engineering. For the Interview with Marcel Egli the head of Medical Engineering at the Hochschule Luzern, we were able to film this at Biotechnology Space Support Center in Hergiswill.