AIRBUS & CISPA DAY
CISPA and Airbus will present their recently launched collaboration and the Airbus-CISPA Digital Innovation Hub at the CISPA Innovation Campus to students, researchers and interested parties in the auditorium of Saarland University on November 30. The center of excellence for cybersecurity and trusted intelligence is set to create numerous jobs throughout the region in the coming years.
On Wednesday, November 30, starting at 11 am, CISPA and Airbus will present the cooperation in the auditorium at Saarland University and advise interested students and researchers on career opportunities. With CISPA demos and an Escape Room, as well as the Airbus Cyber Range, there will also be a large interactive offer for visitors.
At 1 pm, Prof. Dr. Dr. h. c. Michael Backes, CISPA CEO and Founding Director, and Evert Dudok, Executive Vice President Connected Intelligence of Airbus Defence and Space, will give a keynote address with deeper insights into the joint work of Airbus and CISPA, and the goals they are pursuing with the Airbus-CISPA Digital Innovation Hub. Afterwards, further researchers from CISPA and experts from Airbus will present details of their work.
Students, researchers, interested parties and media representatives are cordially invited. Registration is not required.
November 30, 2022
Saarland University, Aula
Free of charge
Demonstrators, discussion & poster exhibition
Keynotes from Michael Backes und Evert Dudok
Insights from Airbus Experts Cora Perner und Markus Neumaier
Insights from CISPA Faculty Rebekka Burkholz und Michael Schwarz
In June, Airbus and the CISPA Helmholtz Center for Information Security signed a Memorandum of Understanding ("MoU") at the ILA air show in Berlin with the aim of opening a competence center for cybersecurity and trustworthy artificial intelligence in Saarland. The "Airbus-CISPA Digital Innovation Hub" will be located at the CISPA Innovation Campus in St. Ingbert and will start its work this year. Within the next three years, around 100 experts are expected to be employed at the campus. In the long term, Airbus and CISPA want to expand the competence center to more than 500 experts.