This year, the IAEW will again offer two exciting technical excursions with students and assistants during the Whitsun week (07 - 10 June 2022).
Both Whitsun excursions will take students and assistants to the south of Germany and will give the opportunity to gain an insight into today's industrial working world and to get an impression of potential employers. The focus is on companies for which electrical power engineering plays a decisive role in everyday business.
The following two routes are offered this year:Copyright: © IAEW
The first stop will be at the engineering experts for high-voltage technology CESI in Mannheim. This will be followed by an industrial visit to the HVDC department of Siemens Energy in Erlangen. Here there will be the opportunity to round off the evening in Franconian style with a visit to the traditional Erlangen Bergkirchweih. On the third day of the excursion, the Maschinenfabrik Rheinhausen in Regensburg will provide exciting insights into everyday industrial life. Furthermore, an electrical substation of the transmission system operator Tennet will be visited. The evening programme will take place together with the "Route Munich" group. During an extended evening programme there will be plenty of opportunity to talk about the highlights of the past days.Copyright: © IAEW
The technical excursion will start with a visit to Westenergie in Koblenz, Germany's largest regional energy service and infrastructure provider. On the second day of the excursion, the research and development department of Siemens in Munich will be visited, followed by a visit to the city centre of Munich. In Regensburg, the transmission system operator Tennet will then offer an exciting guided tour of one of their electrical substations. The technical excursion will conclude with a tour of the Maschinenfabrik Rheinhausen. The evening programme will take place together with the group "Route Erlangen". During an extended evening programme there will be plenty of opportunity to talk about the highlights of the past days.
Registration is open until 30 April.
Following the registration phase, all confirmed registrants will be required to pay a small contribution towards expenses of 90 € per person. This covers all essential costs, i.e. any travel costs in the group, meals, accommodation as well as the common social programme. Further information on payment will be sent via email after the registration deadline.
If you have any questions or need further information, please do not hesitate to contact us.