16 Nov 2011
by Jona Hampe
November 7, 2011: Aachen, Germany
UNITECH is supported by international technology companies, but how do these companies generate technology? Where does the innovation come from that leads to an ongoing successful business development in the high tech environment?
The LUC Aachen had the very fortunate opportunity to find out during the event “Innovation at SCHOTT – A tradition more than 125 years old”. Our special guest of the evening Dr. Reiner Mauch, head of Coorporate Business Development at SCHOTT AG, presented SCHOTT and its innovation management system.
03 Nov 2011
by Jona Hampe
October 21-23, 2011: Darmstadt, Germany
During the weekend October 21st-23rd the UAA council met with the local chapter coordinators (LCC) for this year’s kickoff meeting in Darmstadt. Most of the people arrived on Friday evening and enjoyed some drinks at Roman’s place.
On Saturday we started with a warm welcome of the new council members and LCCs in our rows. Continuing with the very productive collaboration with the UTI office, David and Emma joined our meeting as well.
28 Oct 2011
by Gil Fischer
October 15, 2011: St. Gallen, Switzerland
Early on Saturday morning, LUC Switzerland met at the Zurich main station. All equipped with a train ticket and warm clothes we were ready to leave for St. Gallen. The one-hour train trip suggested a good possibility to chat with coffee, orange juice and croissants – and so we did. In St. Gallen, our group was enriched by even more members joining. At this
05 Oct 2011
by Neus Ferre
October 5th, Barcelona, Spain
On the 5th of October, we, the LUC Barcelona, organized our first event for the recently started UNITECH year 2011/12. We wanted to start this new year of the program giving a warm welcome to the new incoming students: this first semester six in total, from Germany, France and Sweden. Nevertheless, this occasion was also the perfect chance to meet people from different years.
04 Oct 2011
by Kristina Meier
October 4th, Aachen, Germany
To give a warm welcome to the incoming students of 2011 and to introduce them to the city and the other UNITECHs, a guided city tour followed by a welcome Stammtisch took place on October 4th.
02 Sep 2011
by Roman Stiehl
August 25th-27th, Gothenburg, Sweden
The Annual Reunion marks the moment of the year, when the entire network comes together to welcome the new students, celebrate the graduates and keep the network active and alive. This year, the Annual Reunion took place from August 25th to 27th at Chalmers University in Gothenburg, Sweden. For the UAA, this was and is an important event, because it offers us the possibility to present ourselves to the various stakeholders of UNITECH.
01 Aug 2011
by Jona Hampe
August 1st, Aachen, Germany
For the last event in the 2010/2011 term, some weeks before the GA in Gothenburg takes place, the LUC Germany gathered for a summer barbecue event. Around 20 people joined this evening in Manuel Opitz (student of 2011) garden.
30 Jul 2011
by Jan Reitz
July 30th: Mainz, Germany
After the first meeting of our brand-new Regional Unitech Group (RUG) Frankfurt taking place at the more eastern limits of the Rhine-Main area in Hanau, we focussed this event on the possibilities in the West, to take advantage of the city of Mainz and the Rhine river. Ten Unitech alumni, students and CP representatives meet at high noon at Mainz central station in order to grab some rental bikes and proceed to the popular grocery market taking place in the shade of the cathedral every Saturday.
21 Jul 2011
by David Ward
It is our great pleasure to invite you to the UAA Annual Reunion 2011 in Gothenburg. Together with the General Assembly of UNITECH International, the entire UNITECH
13 Jul 2011
by Marta Serrabou
Conducted in Zurich, June 4th 2011
UAA: What was your first involvement with UNITECH?
David Ward: I was at Hoffmann-La Roche, Head of Global Performance Management, Corporate HR role there and I was asked if I would take care of Roche's involvement in this new adventure that was happening. That was in 1999 and there were few Corporate Partners (CPs) beginning to collect together with ETH.