Valentin Ziegler speaks at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

Karlsruhe, January 9, 2013

In order to extend and deepen think-cell's relationships with universities and research institutes, Valentin Ziegler, senior software engineer at think-cell, presented the results of think-cell's research on automatic slide layout at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT).

On January 9, 2013 at 6:15 pm more than 50 students, professors and research assistants from KIT found their way to the main auditorium of the Department of Informatics and listened to the talk "Layout without LaTeX: Interactive and intuitive". The one-hour presentation was followed by a lively discussion between the attentive audience and the presenter.

As part of think-cell's EAT++ Lecture #05 all attendies were invited to a relaxed dinner at Hügels Restaurant Dudelsack after the talk. It was a welcome opportunity to continue professional discussions and initiate private conversations.

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