Lost Places ChemnitzVerborgene WeltenBuchEAN: 9783954621606Einband: GebundenErscheinungsjahr: 2014Sprache: DeutschSeiten: 144Abbildungen: mit zahlreiche s/w-FotografienMaße: 266 x 225 x 17 mmFotograph: Marc MielzarjewiczKunst, Bildband, Chemnitz, Fot
Durch die Bildband-Reihe ´´Lost Places´´ ist Marc Mielzarjewicz als Fotograf bekannt geworden. Die Presse ist sich einig: Seine fotografischen Zeugnisse verlorener Orte sind ein bedeutender Beitrag zur ostdeutschen Industrie-und Architekturgeschichte. Der neue Band ist Chemnitz gewidmet: Verfall allerorten auch hier, gekonnt eingefangen im charakteristischen Fokus und unverfälscht wiedergegeben in beeindruckenden Graustufen. Ergänzend dazu erzählt Sabine Ullrich die Geschichten der gezeigten Gebäude in kompakten, informativen Texten.
Erscheinungsdatum: 09/2014Medium: BuchEinband: GebundenTitel: Lost Places ChemnitzTitelzusatz: Verborgene WeltenFotograph: Mielzarjewicz, MarcVerlag: Mitteldeutscher Verlag // mdv Mitteldeutscher Verlag GmbHSprache: Englisch // DeutschSchlagworte:
Lost Places Chemnitz:Verborgene Welten Sabine Ullrich, Marc Mielzarjewicz
The EU Kaliningrad Policy: Mapping Kaliningrad´s Place inside the European Union:Dissertationsschrift Chemnitzer Europastudien (CES). 1. Auflage Irina Ochirova
Studienarbeit aus dem Jahr 2013 im Fachbereich Amerikanistik - Kultur und Landeskunde, Note: 2,7, Technische Universität Chemnitz (Anglistik/Amerikanistik), Veranstaltung: American Society, Culture and Politics, Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: The second Red Scare, or the Great Red Scare, which had been mostly introduced and carried out by Senator Joe McCarthy, took place between 1947 and 1957. With the aid of radical measurements such as interrogations, witch hunts and accusations of not only organisations and individuals with high responsibility jobs but also ordinary working people, the US government aimed to seek out the inner enemy of the nation: the Communists. It spreaded out into every corner of the United States, be it the film industry, the government, academics and also into work-related institutions like labor unions, on which this paper is going to concentrate exclusively. As to that, this paper is going to analyse inhowfar this temporary outbreak of hatred against Communists contributed to the ongoing decline of the labor movement which is nowadays said to be weak in strike power and proper visions. The topic is, forasmuch, special in considering its contemporary relevance.
In mechanical engineering the trend towards increasingly flexible solutions is leading to changes in control systems. The growth of mechatronic systems and modular functional units is placing high demands on software and its design. In the coming years, automation technology will experience the same transition that has already taken place in the PC world: a transition to more advanced and reproducible software design, simpler modification, and increasing modularity. This can only be achieved through object-oriented programming. This book is aimed at those who want to familiarize themselves with this development in automation technology. Whether mechanical engineers, technicians, or experienced automation engineers, it can help readers to understand and use object-oriented programming. From version 4.5, SIMOTION provides the option to use OOP in accordance with IEC 61131-3 ED3, the standard for programmable logic controllers. The book supports this way of thinking and programming and offers examples of various object-oriented techniques and their mechanisms. The examples are designed as a step-by-step process that produces a finished, ready-to-use machine module. Contents: Developments in the field of control engineering - General principles of object-oriented programming - Function blocks, methods, classes, interfaces - Modular software concepts - Object-oriented design, reusable and easy-to-maintain software, organizational and legal aspects, software tests - I/O references, namespaces, general references - Classes in SIMOTION, instantiation of classes and function blocks, compatible and efficient software - Introduction to SIMOTION and SIMOTION SCOUT. MICHAEL BRAUN is product manager for motion control engineering at Siemens in Erlangen. He communicates customers? demands to the R&D department, pushes the implementation and introduces new software to the market. DR. WOLFGANG HORN is software manager and developer at the IST in Chemnitz. He is intimately familiar with the architecture and programming of SIMOTION.
Seminar paper from the year 2015 in the subject Sociology - Work, Profession, Education, Organisation, grade: 1,7, Technical University of Chemnitz, course: Innovationen und Innovationsmanagement, language: English, abstract: Having children during ones studies is a much discussed topic. On the one hand it offers many perspectives and possibilities that working parents do not have, but on the other hand it might also put more pressure on students than bearable. 5% of German students already have children and a growing number of universities and student services start offering child care, financial and advisory support. In fact, already 54 student services operate 218 daycare centers with about 8,700 places and therefore support the compatibility of studies and family life. But besides the support of students with children during their studies, the entry into professional life also is a critical topic for this group of people. When it comes to assess the employability of students with children, the term talent management has to be taken into consideration. This paper aims to look at students with children from the perspective of talent management. Therefore, it is important to first have a look at the so-called talents. Who are they, how can they be identified and why is it important to do so. Accordingly, the special sample of students with children has to be examined, with the focus on how they differ from fellow students without children in order to be a talent. As mentioned above, students with child are a minority at German universities. Studying with children is still presumed to be an exceptional case and not at all as implicitness. This can be explained with the fact that the majority of students tend to have children only when they dispose of job security. This trend is questionable bearing in mind the demographic change, because children are generally born later in mothers lives. This in turn contributes to the labor deficit and thus tightens the so called war for talents and consequently leads to the indispensability of talent management. According to these findings this work should examine a connection between students with children and job possibilities and thus contribute to a decrease in labor deficit and otherwise contribute to an increase in young academic parents. The possibility for students with children to be seen as some kind of talent instead of organizational obstacle, could lead to it.