There is no need to talk about classes, it is more important to talk about interesting things.
Are you looking for a project partner? Are you looking for a project to take part in? Are you just looking for a coffee?
5 p.m. - 7 p.m.
Knowledge & Information Engineering Group
Since 2005, KIEG has been bringing together top-notch software and knowledge engineering specialists. Our mission is to work on exciting scientific and commercial projects that aim to make a real difference in the world. We're not just about theory - we believe in putting our ideas into practice and making them work in the real world. At KIEG, we're passionate about systems modeling and processing knowledge. It's our primary domain of scientific and research activities, and we're always looking for new and innovative ways to advance the field. So, whether you're a seasoned professional or just starting, we'd love to have you join us for our next meeting. Learning, networking, and having fun with fellow software and knowledge engineers will be fantastic opportunity. Take advantage of it - sign up today and participate in something extraordinary!
Inspired by Richard Waldinger's Coffee and Cookies, Coffee Break is about slowing down the frenzied pace of life and enjoying a cup of joe and some good conversation. But that's not all - during our meetings, you'll have the chance to connect with other students, Ph.D. candidates, teachers, and professors passionate about learning and sharing their knowledge. We aim to foster new professional friendships, develop exciting ideas, and formalize projects that impact the world. And, of course, we'll enjoy plenty of coffee along the way! At Coffee Break, we're not just about talking the talk - we're all about taking action and making things happen. We'll develop new ideas, run projects, and even travel to meet fellow enthusiasts who share our passion for growth and development. So, what are you waiting for? Join us at Coffee Break, and let's slow down the world together, one cup of coffee at a time!
"There is always time to drink coffee, but not always to talk. The meetings are just one hour in a week that one can genuinely spend on talking. If that is too much of a sacrifice for you, then those meeting are as well."