Valentin Ziegler speaks at Technical University Munich

Munich, January 17, 2013

Accompanying our EAT++ dinner in Munich, Valentin Ziegler, senior software engineer at think-cell, spoke at the Campus Garching of the Technical University Munich in the afternoon of January 17th. His talk on "Layout without LaTeX: Interactive and intuitive" was very well received by students and faculty staff members alike and proved the scientific significance of think-cell's research on automated slide layout.

There were about 40 people in the audience who had the chance to inquire further on the subject in the Q&A after the talk. All participating guests were invited to join think-cell at the dinner table in Munich’s Restaurant Reitschule after the talk and the majority of the group followed that invitation.

About think-cell

Founded in Berlin in 2002, think-cell is the de facto standard for creating professional presentations in PowerPoint. With productivity tools and support for 40+ chart types, all of the top 10 global consulting firms rely on think-cell. It is the software of choice for the DAX 40 and Fortune 500 companies and is taught at 9 of the top 10 US business schools.