"Since I'm personally very interested in research, it is really enjoyable for me to do a Ph.D. Not only can you study the topic you find fascinating, but you also get a decent scholarship and receive a highly valued degree after concluding your studies. I chose in particular to study at the computer science department in Paderborn due to matching research interests, as well as the department's and my supervisors' excellent reputation."– Peter Janacik, PACE PhD-student

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13.01.10 PACE graduates proven to be successful entrepreneurs

Recently, the University of Paderborn has seen three successful start-up companies spin off from academic research. All three companies were co-founded by PACE PhD alumni. In the spring of 2009, Dr. Jens Peter Kempkes,...


24.11.09 International Graduate School of the University of Paderborn awards prize to young scientist

The Young Scientist Award, organized by six North Rhine-Westphalian International Graduate Schools, was awarded for the fourth consecutive time on the 20th of November 2009. The Graduate Schools give the Young Scientist Award...


10.08.09 Call for Papers: 8th International Heinz Nixdorf Symposium

The 8th International Heinz Nixdorf Symposium takes place on April 21-22, 2010. Entitled “Changing Paradigms: Advanced Manufacturing and Sustainable Logistics” new trends and strategies in manufacturing and logistics are of...


26.07.09 PACE – Doctoral students visit European capital

Once a year, the Paderborn Institute for Advanced Studies in Computer Science and Engineering (PACE) organizes a cultural trip to interesting German and European cities. The background of these cultural trips is to foster the...


17.04.09 Real-time Innovation Award for the Software Engineering department

Award Ceremony on April 17thThe group Software Engineering at the University of Paderborn, led by Prof. Dr. Wilhelm Schäfer, was selected this year for the $18.000 IBM Real-time Innovation Award. The Real-Time Award is the...


06.04.09 International Graduate School is recruiting new students

Graduate School Chair, Prof. dr. Wilhelm Schäfer, explains why Dynamic Intelligent Systems should be your choice for doctoral research"One of the best examples of our research, and a key project for us, is RailCab...


17.02.09 Don’t Take No for an Answer: Zonta Club Paderborn hands over Award at PACE Annual Celebration

“Don’t take no for an answer.” This was the advice Prof. Dr. Peter Gritzmann gave to the more than 90 PhD students from over 20 countries attending the annual celebration of PACE, the institute that runs four...


13.11.08 Timo Pfau, PACE PhD student and a member of the team that won the Innovation Award

Timo Pfau is a doctoral student with the International Graduate School in Paderborn. He was lucky enough to start his PhD research just half a year after the awarded work in optical communications kicked off at...


13.11.08 Award for Prof. Dr.-Ing. Noé and Prof. Dr.-Ing. Rückert

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Noé and Prof. Dr.-Ing. Rückert from the Institute for Electrical Engineering and Information Technology receive first Award from North Rhine-Westphalia in the category Innovation This year‘s Innovation Award...


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