JULY 14/15 2017
Thomas Pöppelmann is an Engineer Security and Cryptography in the platform concept engineering group of the Chip Card & Security division of Infineon Technologies AG in Munich. His main areas of work are the development of concepts for secured cryptographic modules, security standardization, and innovation projects. His research interests are physical protection of cryptographic implementations, embedded security, post-quantum cryptography, and practical lattice-based cryptography. In 2015 he obtained his PhD (Dr.-Ing.) on practical lattice-based cryptography under the supervision of Prof. Dr.-Ing. Tim Güneysu at Ruhr-University Bochum.
Dr. Andreas Gallasch is CEO of Software Factory GmbH. After finishing his studies in mechanical engineering, he received his doctor´s degree in IT for manufacturing at the Technical University of Munich.
As a business consultant he gained a lot of experience and knowledge on digitisation, customer orientation and the software industry. It´s a great concern for him, to build the bridge between the engineering sciences and the computer sciences and to push new trends to market.
Working across Fujitsu and its global partners, Thomas Bengs is responsible for developing and managing Fujitsu’s EMEIA PalmSecure product & solution business to strengthen the company’s global portfolio and growth in this highly specialized area.
Prior to his current appointment, Thomas led security solutions in the former Fujitsu Solutions Business group and in Fujitsu Global Delivery group. Before that he led the Fujitsu EMEA Magneto-Optical Disk Drive and then later the Fujitsu EMEA PalmSecure business.
Thomas joined Fujitsu in April 1991. As a storage and biometrics expert, he progressed through a number of support engineering, product management, product marketing, PR, business development and account management roles. Before joining Fujitsu he was Director Technical IT Services at RNT GmbH.
Thomas is a member of the International Biometric Group (IBG) and of the European Association for Biometrics (EAB).
He is also a member of BITKOM, the German Federal Association of IT-Security, Telecommunications and New Media.
Thomas holds degrees in Telecommunications Technology and in Business Management.
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Diana Nanova holds a PhD in semiconductor physics from Heidelberg University. She joined IBM as a hardware developer working on chip design for mainframe processors. Since February 2017, Diana is a Cognitive Internet of Things (IoT) consultant at the IBM Watson IoT Center in Munich. She consults clients on how to successfully incorporate technology trends in their business and develops for client projects proof of concepts and prototypes. As part of her role Diana is a technology scout in the area of artificial intelligence and internet of things.
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Serial entrepreneur with companies in Munich, Hong Kong, Chicago
Initiator of “RB14 – the transparent smart industry 4.0 factory”
Oliver Niedung was born and grew up in Hannover, Germany and started his career at the mobile device manufacturer Höft & Wessel AG as a developer. He studied Medical Informatics at the University of Hildesheim. At Berner & Mattner in Ottobrunn, Oliver developed complex object oriented simulation and training software, before he moved to a Key Account Manager role within the same company. 1999, he joined Visio Inc. that was acquired by Microsoft the same year. At Microsoft, Oliver was responsible for Microsoft TV in 2000-2002 and then moved into the OEM division where he was managing the Embedded Server Sales team in EMEA. In 2013, Oliver changed into a Sr. Channel Executive role in the IoT Device Experience team in Microsoft and since 2015, he is driving Azure IoT opportunities. In this role, he engages deeply with IoT device manufacturers and partners in Germany, Austria and Switzerland who are implementing their digital transformation with connected devices through Advanced Analytics.
Dr. Rachid El Bansarkhani is a Postdoctoral Fellow at Technische Universität Darmstadt and the Founder, CEO of QuantiCor Security. He studied business computer science, mathematics, and received his Ph.D. from TU Darmstadt in 2015. His research focuses on designing post-quantum cryptographic schemes. He held several roles as Principal Investigator of various projects related to practical post-quantum cryptography, for instance in cooperation with Intel Labs. He was nominated as a Software Campus candidate to run a 2-years program from 2013 – 2014. Currently, he is also a member of CySec and CROSSING.
12:00 – 12:45
14:30 – 15:15
16:00 – 16:45
Forum: Erwin Pfuhler, SayTEC:
The 7 Deadly Sins of IT-Security
Project Presentation: Dr. Johannes Luyken, Fraunhofer Gesellschaft:
Industrial Data Space IDS: IDS-Digital Sovereignty over Data and Services
Project Presentation: Dr. Thomas Trägler, Software Factory:
White Paper: The WG “Secure Industry 4.0” – What´s in it for you?
Security Requirements for Production Systems
Project Presentation: Ruben Schlagowski, Fraunhofer IGCV:
Development of an Assistant System using Augmented Reality
Use Case: Fabian Guter, SecurEnvoy:
Securing customer and consumer portals with tokenless Multifactor Authentication
Demonstration: Jan Veira, Founder and Managing Director, university4industry:
Next Generation Online Learning for Industry Partners
Project Presentation: Prof. Christian Prehofer, Technical University Munich:
Big Data for Adaptive, connected Mobility Services
Use Case: Ulrich Heitmann, Cirrantic:
Project Presentation: Oliver Lehmeyer, CyberRiskAgency:
Presentation of “CyberRiskRadar”
Presentation: Dr. Christian Roth,Transaction Software:
A framework for Secure Cloud Applications
Presentation: Dr. Markus Rothmeyer, maxxel software:
Using professional social networks in a secure way
Presentation: Adrian Abele, UnternehmerTUM:
Customer focused development of digital products: Best Practices and presentation of Digital Product School
Presentation: Alexander Waldmann, UnternehmerTUM:
AI on the rise – this time it’s different: How to approach AI from an industrial and ecosystem perspective
Project Presentation: Stefan Wallentowitz, Simless:
Open Source Hardware for Secure Platforms
Project Presentation: Dr. Thomas Trägler, Software Factory:
Project APOLI: Research Project – SDN and NFV for Secure Business Processes
Project Presentation: Kathrin Noack, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology:
secUnity-connecting IT Security Research
Project Presentation: Sebastian Rohr, accessec:
IUNO-Cyber Security in Industry 4.0
Project Presentation: Dr. Detlef Houdeau, Infineon:
ALESSIO- Security solutions for embedded systems
Workshop Creativity Training (in German): Dr. Nora-Corinna Jacob, Psychologist:
Durch kreative Fähigkeiten Innovationen schaffen
Achtung! Max. 20 Personen
Daniel is Principal in Roland Berger’s Global Financial Services Practice. He started his consulting career at Clifford Chance as international law trainee within Corporate Finance / Private Equity before he became consultant at Oliver Wyman in 2004. In 2006 he joint Roland Berger as a Project Manager and left in 2010 in order to join Morgan Stanley where he became a Vice President. In 2014 Daniel founded KICKRS.net, a big data company specialized in digital user activation/monetization where he became CSO (Chief Strategy Officer) and now serves as a member of the Advisory Board.
Daniel works at the intersection of Financial Services and Digitization. He mainly advises his clients on digital business models and data based monetization/activation strategies.
Dirk Thielker works for AXOOM – The digital business platform for manufacturing companies and manufacturers. His roll is business develpment and he is involved in implementation of digital solution as well. Dirk studies at the Technical University of Braunschweig , Berlin and Mexico City. After working for Siemens, ABB and SICK he has 25 years experience in the industry automation area and his expertise is now connecting machines to the Cloud and generating new digital business modells.
Thomas Trägler is founder and CEO of the Software Factory GmbH (www.sf.com), located in Garching near Munich. His key topics are digital product engineering, software for production systems and Manufacturing Execution Systems MES in the area of discrete manufacturing. In the domain of Industrie 4.0 and Industrial Internet of Things IIoT he is working with the IoT platform ThingWorx (www.thingworx.com) and is leading the working group “Sichere Industrie 4.0” (Secure Industrial Internet of Things) of the Munich Security Network.
Dr. Dina Bartels has longtime experience in Information Security and Information and Communication Technology. As certified ISO/IEC 27001 Lead Auditor and certified ISIS12 Consultant she advises numerous customers from industry and public authorities to implement and manage Information Security effectively. She holds a Diploma and Doctor degree in Mathematics.
Fabian Guter is SecurEnvoy’s business developer responsible for Be-Ne-Lux and D-A-CH. He has been working in the smartcard and security industry for 15+ years in different roles from Software development to Product Management and Sales. Born and living in Munich, he studied Information Technology in Friedrichshafen
Kathrin Noack, M.A., is a research associate at the Institute of Theoretical Informatics at KIT. She explores the governance structures of Open Source communities and researches their continuing development.
Moreover, she coordinates the project secUnity, which is sponsored by the BMBF. The objective of secUnity is to enhance IT security research in Germany and Europe, e.g. by connecting actors of both research and industry to identify new research topics.
As CVP IT & CIO, Robert Leindl has been leading Infineon’s global IT for the past five years.
He started his Infineon career in 1995 at Siemens’ semiconductors business in product marketing. Following various management positions within Siemens Marketing, he moved to Infineon Quality and Supply Chain as Director Quality Management.
From 2001 to 2008 he led the Automotive Industrial Operations and then until 2012 the Global Channel Sales.
Robert Leindl has a diploma in electrical and information engineering from the Technical University of Munich.
Dr. Carsten Rudolph is CEO of BayStartUP GmbH. He has years of experience in leading industry and consulting positions and knows the German and international startup scene by heart. Prior to becoming CEO of BayStartUP, Dr. Carsten Rudolph was project director of Microsoft Germany’s High-Tech founders initiative “unternimm was.“ He also successfully set up an IT Startup Company as CEO. His first career steps were as sales director at Siemens AG and senior consultant at McKinsey & Co. Carsten Rudolph is a doctor of electrical engineering.
BayStartUP is your professional guide through the Bavarian startup scene. A highly motivated team prepares startups for funding rounds and connects them with investors from Germany‘s largest network of investors. BayStartUP offers a broad range of services for founders, business angels and industry representatives. Among others, the company organizes business plan competitions, startup coachings and networking events. BayStartUP is backed by the Bavarian Ministry of Economic Affairs and Media, Energy and Technology as well as industrial and private sponsors.
Paul Nash studied Physics at the University of Würzburg, receiving his Diploma in 1995 and later PMP, SCEA, and ITIL certifications. Over the years, he held several technical and management positions in the international software and consulting industry around data analysis and visualization, resource management solutions, and software structural quality systems. Paul joined Stadtwerke München (SWM) to help build the company’s Smart Metering infrastructure, opening both new market opportunities for SWM as well as securing the integrity of a system critical to the power supply of a large city.
Bio Coming Soon…
Volker Gerstenberger is Director Marketing & Communications of the Business Unit Mobile Security of Giesecke & Devrient.
He has more than 18 years of experience in the telecommunication industry. Having worked in the product management and sales of mobile service providers and mobile network operators, Volker joined G&D in 1999. He is responsible for marketing G&D Mobile Security’s entire product and solutions portfolio to customers across various industry verticals (MNOs, Banks, Automotive, Mobile OEMs, Consumer IoT, Industrial IoT, Public transport, Health, etc.).
After graduating from the University of Regensburg with a Diploma Degree in Business Management in 1994, Volker received a MBA from Saint Xavier University in Chicago, Illinois in 1997.
Ulrike Lechner ist Professorin für Wirtschaftsinformatik an der Universität der Bundeswehr München. Sie leitet das Begleitforschungsprojekt Vernetzte IT-Sicherheit Kritischer Infrastrukturen – VeSiKi. Ulrike Lechner hat an der Universität Passau Informatik studiert und promoviert und war Professorin an der Universität St. Gallen und der Universität Bremen. Ihre Themen in der Forschung sind IT-Governance, Krisenmanagement und IT-Sicherheit Kritischer Infrastrukturen. Sie ist Mitglied im IT-Sicherheitsnetzwerk München und dem Forschungsnetzwerk Cyberdefense.
Dr. Gisela Meister has been employed with G&D since the end of 1989, she coordinates G&D´s Standardisation activities and has been the Head of R&D´s Technology Consulting Department for 15 years until recently. She chairs the European standardisation working group for digital signature applications on smart cards (SSCD). Since 1994, Dr. Meister has been a member of the DIN national committee on Card Standardization and since 2006, she chairs the national committee NIA 17 ( cards & personal identification) and acts as head of German delegation of its international / European mirror committees within ISO/IEC / CEN.
For two years on behalf of DIHK, Dr.Meister has chaired the national forum regarding electronic Trust Services, which coordinates their contributions to the European eIDAS regulation.
Dr. Meister has degrees in mathematics and economics from the University Münster, has received the SIT Fraunhofer Smart Card prize 2004 and is a member of several program committees regarding smart cards and security aspects, e.g. the BSI IT-Sicherheitskongress the Fraunhofer Smart Card Workshop, the Chip to Cloud or ID World symposia.
Adrian is the founder and managing director of ALPS GmbH in Munich. The focus is Management of Information Security according to ISO 27001 in a variety of industries – including critical infrastructure (KRITIS) in Germany. Adrian holds a degree from the Technical University Hamburg-Harburg as a Master of Science in Information and Media Technologies. He is a lead auditor and trainer for ISO 27001.
For a good reason, many companies focus on the technological part of information security in order to fix vulnerabilities. ALPS, on the other hand, focuses on the management part since most vulnerabilities are due to lack of resources, awareness, security requirements, management of subcontractors and control of established rules. ALPS offers Information Security Management as a Service – including implementation, training and audit for customers of all industries and sizes.
Denis Joannides is the co-founder and CEO of Onegini and an expert in mobile security, authentication and payments. He has a strong technical background and is very passionate about making new technologies work. For the last 6 years his focus has been enabling mobile in the FinTech, Insurtech and retail for consumers, including PSD2 / Access to Account (XS2A), Biometrics, including FIDO and blockchain.
Onegini protects customer personal data and enables secure transactions, using any device any time. The company’s award-winning Mobile Security Platform provides organizations with an easy way to deliver mobile apps, with the best end-user experience, biometrics authentication and high security for external users. Our team consists of security specialists whose job it is to identify new threats in the mobile space and translate them into state-of-the-art mobile app protection. Onegini already protects data for millions of end users in the banking and insurance markets. Our MSP is the answer to implement PSD2/XS2A for third party providers.
Oliver Lehmeyer is founder and CEO of Cyber Risk Agency. The Munich based company is focused on Cyber Risk Management for German small and mid-size companies. Oliver therefore is combining his 15 years of experience in the IT consulting and the insurance industry. Among others he worked as a Senior Manager in the IT practice of Roland Berger Strategy Consultants and in the Corporate Strategy department of the CEO of Munich RE.
His core message for entrepreneurs is: “Anticipate that your company is going to be hacked”. Prepare you company for the case of an emergency with Cyber Risk Management combining IT security measures with cyber insurance coverage for financial protection and use the insurance-cover embedded CERT-Services as a smart sourcing approach. In addition, the training of staff for both – prevention and proper behavior in crisis situation is strongly required.
Andrei is the Co-Fouder of 3dTrust, a German-French start-up which develops security software for the 3D printing industry. He has graduated with his Master’s in Informatics from the Technische Universität München with a focus on IT Security and Computer Architecture. Andrei has a very practical understanding of software systems and enjoys tackling challenges at the crossroads of business & technology.
Working within the Siemens company ‘Next47’, Dr.-Ing. Thomas Wenzel has been running the startup-corporate cooperation with common development projects for three years. Following a Ph.D. in engineering at RWTH Aachen he worked in various countries for ABB and a medium sized company before joining Siemens. He has since set up innovative companies and businesses in China, India, Russia and more.
Workshop: Dr. Dina Bartels, Senior Consultant, ESG Consulting & Jamie Wilkie, Senior Director, Enterprise and Cyber Security, Fujitsu:
Information Security – Effective and Feasible: Best Practice to manage and operate information security in the industry. Legal, regulatory, industry specific requirements and increasing number of cybersecurity attacks force enterprises to increase their level of information security. The workshop addresses different standards and methods to achieve an adequate level of information security and advises to prevent, defend and react on security incidents in daily operations.
IHK RoundTable Cyber Security (in German):
Offener Praxis- und Erfahrungsaustausch
Moderator: Bernhard Kux, IHK München & Oberbayern
Sebastian Rohr, accessec
Oliver Lehmeyer, Cyber Risk Agency
Adrian Lambeck, ALPS
Post Quantum Cryptography Symposium:
Moderator: Dr. Ullrich Martini, Giesecke+Devrient
14:35: Benjamin Tams, Secunet:
From Classic to Quantum Cryptography
14:55: Harald Weinfurter, Ludwig Maximilians University Munich:
Quantum Key Distribution
15:15: Dr. Rachid El Bansarkhani, Technical University Darmstadt:
LARA – A Design Approach for Lattice-based Encryption
Post Quantum Cryptography Symposium: (continued)
16:00: Johanna Sepulveda, Technical University Munich:
Post Quantum Crypto for IoT Devices: Motivation and Experience from Implementation
16:20 Dr. Thomas Pöppelmann, Infineon:
Counter measures in the age of quantum computing
16:40 Dr. Ullrich Martini, Giesecke+Devrient:
Summary and Conclusion
Ulrich has more than 20 years of professional experience working in information technology and innovation consulting for many industries including energy, automotive, chemicals and high tech.
Ulrich covers a broad range from management consulting, business conceptioning, technology design and IT implementation. He successfully managed complex implementation projects, managed large teams and maintained exceptionally high customer satisfaction at the intersection of business and IT.
Having a degree in business economics and informatics he once started working for Deutsche Shell AG, continued at T-Systems GmbH and NTT Data. For more than three years he has been working as independent consultant for various OEMs.
Claus Cremers is a Specialist for MindSphere – Industrial Internet of Things at Siemens AG. He has been a Software Specialist since the beginning of the millennium. Claus studies at the Technical Universtity of Paderborn, Berlin and Lisbon in Innovationsmanagement. He is a Sales Specialist for Software and IT Infrastructure outsourcing at Siemens and Atos and an expert in Business Development for all kinds of things: Dealing with the change through Digitalisation. Since 2017 he has been a MindSphere Specialist.
Christian Prehofer is a research leader in the area of connected mobility and adaptive, trusted services. Besides 150 research publications and more that 30 patents, he has proven technology transfer expertise in positions at Siemens, DoCoMo Euro Labs, Nokia, as well as Fraunhofer. Currently, he is competence area manager at fortiss GmbH in Munich and acts as a project manager for connected mobility projects at TU München. He is a docent at TU München and adjunct professor at Chang’an University.
Scalable tech-startups are Helmut’s passion as co-founder and CEO of UnternehmerTUM, the Center for Innovation and Business Creation at Technische Universität München (TUM). He is especially interested in startups in the field of smart enterprises, additive manufacturing as well as smart city and mobility solutions. With his background as a founder, aerospace engineer and venture capitalist he loves to help new ventures solve strategy, recruiting, business development and future financing challenges.
Erwin has worked in IT for nearly 30 years, holding various position in sales and business development.
His professional interests focus also on the human interaction with technology and designing apropriate organizations.
Workshop: Norman Weiss, ME Industries:
The Future of Manufacturing: Retrofitting factories for smart manufacturing & Setting up connected industrial eco systems
Use Case: Dirk Thielker, Axoom Solutions:
Big Data maintains 300 Laser Machines
Workshop: Marco Di Filippo, Cyber Security Evangelist, whitelisthackers:
Introduction to Hacking: Vulnerabilities, latest insights and hacking tools What you always wanted to know about Hacking
Workshop: Dr. Andreas Gallasch, CEO, Software Factory:
Digital Manufacturing in the context of IIoT: Hands on Introduction to Machine Learning, Augmented Reality and IoT for Production
Workshop: Oliver Niedung, Principal Solution Specialist, Microsoft:
B2B Wearables for IoT Scenarios
Secure Device Connectivity & Advanced Analytics
Use Case: Andrei Mituca, 3d Trust:
BlockChain Use Case 3D Printing
Use Case: Dr. Florian Gawlas, Giesecke+Devrient:
Authentication and ID Management in BlockChains
Use Case: Michael Kuegler, Magic Software:
BlockChain Business Modelling in the context of Innovation Management
Use Case: Jakob Drzazga & Martin Mischke, BrickBlock:
Bridging Crypto and Real World Assets
Project Experiences: Wolfgang Hach, Roland Berger:
End-to-end digitization at Financial Services companies
Use Case: Dennis Joanidis, CEO of onegini (NL):
Frictionless Insurers: 4 customer cases in a nutshell
Use Case: Andrei Mituca, 3d Trust:
Michael Genth, Key Account Manager, Procilon
Use Case: Stefan-Lukas Gazdag, Product Development, Genua:
Post Quantum Signaturen für die Praxis
Workshop: Dr. Diana Nanova, IBM, Watson IoT Consultant:
Cognitive IoT – a hands-on chatbot experience
Demo how to set-up a Chatbot
Design Thinking in Cognitive IoT
Dr. Benjamin Tams received his diploma and doctoral degrees in Mathematics from the University of Goettingen in 2008 and 2012, respectively. He then worked on biometric cryptosystems as a postdoctoral researcher at this university.
Since July 2015, Benjamin Tams works as a consultant at secunet Security Networks in Munich with focus on Web & Application security. He is interested in the theoretical and practical aspects of cryptosystems.
Ullrich Martini studied physics in Munich where he received his Ph.D. in 2001 from the Ludwig-Maximilians-University.
He joined the R&D Department of Giesecke & Devrient in 2001. At G&D he worked on all kinds of secure software and hardware. Since 2016, his focus is on the Internet of Things.
Harald Weinfurter is an Austrian physicist and Professor of Quantum Optics at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich. He deals experimentally with the fundamentals of quantum mechanics and quantum optics.
Together with Christian Kurtsiefer he achieved a record in the transmission of a message secured by quantum cryptography about 23.4 km between Zugspitze and Karwendel in 2002. Since 2010, Weinfurter has been a “Fellow” at the Max Planck Institute for Quantum Optics, Garching.
Frank Hertling is VP Business Development EMEA at Precognize, an Israel-based high-tech company, specializing on Predictive Maintenance and Predictive Failure Prevention of complex industrial systems. He is an enthusiastic changer of paradigms and believes prediction of failures is the easy part. Adapting the maintenance processes behind having new options is the more difficult part.
Additionally, Frank is a strategy consultant on IIoT verticals Additive Manufacturing (3D-Printing), and industrial applications of Augmented Reality
Previously Frank held senior leadership positions at P&G for 20 years, working and living in RUS, USA, CAN, ISR and GER. He graduated with a MA in Business from University of Erlangen-Nuremberg in 1990.
Dr.-Ing. Olaf Sauer studied Industrial Engineering at the Karlsruhe Technical University. In 1996 he took his PhD from Prof. Spur at the Fraunhofer IPK, Berlin. He became part of Bombardier Transportation, where he introduced the Digital Mock-up and first applications of digital manufacturing. He then started his own business within the METROPLAN group, Hamburg. 2004 he joined the Karlsruhe-based Fraunhofer IOSB, being in charge of production monitoring & control until 2011. Today he is deputy head of the institute. He is member of Industrie 4.0 related committees and holds a teaching position at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT).
Antje von Loeper is with the innosabi Business Development Team since 2015. Her main responsibilities involve designing concepts of innovation platforms for major corporations in various industries. For example, she supported the implementation of agile innovation processes for Munich Airport, e.on, Kärcher as well as for insurance and automotive companies.
Before joining innosabi, the native-born South African worked as head of marketing and sales for the European University, covering the German and Austrian market. She graduated from the International Business School of Vilnius with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. Following which, she added another BBA with specializing in communications and public relations at the European University while taking semesters abroad in Barcelona and Geneva.
Her international background becomes even more apparent in her passion for travelling and her open- minded curiosity.
Antje is an experienced speaker and already gave many lectures to top-class audiences. Amongst them keynotes for prestigious business schools and universities, like IESE and FAU, at symposiums of the Fraunhofer Institut or at corporate leadership conferences, like Procter & Gamble, Danone, Visa or Hermes Pharmaceuticals.
Ho’s knowledge and long-term experience in software and IT security are essential to the successful commercialization of BioID’s technologies. Graduated from the University of Toronto in computer science and mathematics, Ho brings over 20 years CEO-level experience in the biometrics and IT industries and worked for companies such as HP. Under his guidance, BioID’s biometric authentication solutions have been proven through many years of use in enterprises, banks and government organizations.
After graduating in Aeronautical and Aerospace Technology Dieter Wegener worked as scientist at „Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR)“. After four years as consultant for McKinsey he joined Siemens in 1996 as Head of Gasturbine Engineering at “Power Generation”.
During his career within Siemens he had different responsibilities: personal Assistant for an Executive Board Member, Chief Technology Officer (CTO) for Division “Industry Solutions” and Vice President “Advanced Technologies & Standards (ATS)” for Industry Sector.
Today he is Head of External Cooperation at Siemens Corporate Technology. Additionally he is (1) Speaker of „Führungskreis Industrie 4.0“ for ZVEI and (2) Speaker of „Beraterkreis Technologie“ for VDE/DKE and (3) Executive Board Member at Digital Europe and (4) Speaker of Advisory Board “Standardization Council Industrie 4.0 (SCI.40)” in Frankfurt.
Alex is a computer scientist and alumnus of TUM, UU.SE and MIT. He is the Visionary Lead for Artificial Intelligence and Mixed Reality at Germany’s biggest Entrepreneurship Center, ‘UnternehmerTUM’. Alex is convinced that “General AI” will be the last thing humanity will need to solve. On our path there he sees three major technologies influencing the fate of our race: Robotics, AI-Research, and Synthetic Biology. Consequently, he has built with his colleagues a laboratory at UnternehmerTUM, where he fosters the recombination of these technologies to benefit startups, moonshots, society and humanity in a mixture of playfulness and collaborative innovation. All his work is in line with his mission: reach singularity and witness the creation of “Artificial Super Intelligence. Despite this, he has worked in and built software startups.”
Mr. Göttlicher studied media conception in Furtwangen. He completed his practice semester at ProSiebenSat.1 Media GmbH in the field of online marketing. During his studies, Mr. Göttlicher worked at the DreiX Events UG in the field of event management and marketing. Since July 2016, he has been responsible for Avian product marketing at MeetNow! GmbH.
Lars Vogel graduated as a master of Economics (Diplom Kaufmann), specializing in business computer science. He has gained extensive experience as an international product manager in the publishing industry and as a project manager of a global software provider for over eight years. During this time he has successfully introduced innovative software solutions to the market based on the latest state of the art technologies. To ensure the market relevance of these solutions, Lars Vogel has performed worldwide client workshops to evaluate the product ideas and demands directly with customers.
As Program Manager New Business Development Lars Vogel realized various innovation projects working for T-Systems Multimedia Solutions, Germany’s leading Internet and multimedia company. His focus was on the implementation of innovative business concepts under consideration of the latest technologies.
Today Lars Vogel is heading the office of T-Systems Multimedia Solutions GmbH Munich. The focus is on customer solutions for Industry 4.0 and IoT starting from digital transformation consultancy to pilot projects and fully productive implementations of complex projects at customer’s site
Johanna Sepúlveda received the M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in Electrical Engineering – Microelectronics by the University of São Paulo, Brazil in 2006 and 2011, respectively. She was Postdoctoral fellow at the Integrated Systems and Embedded Software group at this University (2012) and at the group of Embedded Security of the University of South Brittany, France (2013).
Since 2015, Johanna Sepúlveda has been researcher at the Institute for Security in Information Technology at TUM. Currently she leads the security integration in multi-core devices used for critical applications under the context of the ARAMiS II BMBF project.
Adrian is an Interaction Designer with a background in design and human factors engineering. Prior to joining UnternehmerTUM, he has worked as an Interaction Designer in the automotive industry where he designed in-car infotainment systems and online services. At Digital Product School, he leads the interaction design track and helps the participants to design user centered solutions and experiences.
Stephan Spitz has working experience in the field of IT security with cryptography and basic research projects as well as with product developments and large scale infrastructure rollouts. At G&D he is currently responsible for the development and deployment of new security technologies and services in Industry 4.0 and IoT environments. Before rejoining G&D he drove with the ARM-Gemalto-G&D joint venture Trustonic the market adaption of Trusted Execution Environments (TEEs) and OTA (Over-the-Air) services related to TEEs. He received his doctorate degree from the Technical University of Munich and lectured there several years “Applied IT Security”. He holds several patents and publications related to IT security and is co-author of the book “Kryptographie und IT Sicherheit”.
Wolfgang Hach is a Senior Partner of the Roland Berger Financial Services Team based at the headquarters in Munich. He joined the firm in 1998. His industry expertise focuses on private and public sector banks, as well as insurance companies and asset managers. He supports his clients with expertise in strategy & business model definition, sales optimization, digitization, post-merger integration and operational efficiency projects. Wolfgang has more than 20 years of experience in the financial services sector, having started his career in banking before he joined Roland Berger. Wolfgang studied European Business Administration at Middlesex University in London and ESB Reutlingen.
Martin Lüers is a Principal in our Engineered Products & High Tech (EPHT) Competence Center in Munich. He focusses on industrial clients and Private Equity Companies investing in EPHT industries. His topics include growth strategy, M&A, digital business models and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT).
Before joining Roland Berger, Martin worked for Siemens and international consulting firms.
He holds an MBA from the University in Erlangen-Nuremberg and a M.Sc. in Information Systems from the University of Texas at Dallas.
In 2001 Sebastian Rohr received his Master of Management & Engineering from TU Hamburg-Harburg, majoring in Production Technologies and Information Management. His career led him from roles as Security Consultant at Siemens AG, ICN Division (1998 to 2002), Research Associate and PhD Candidate at Fraunhofer SIT (2002 to 2004) as well as Solution Strategist for IAM at CA (formerly Computer Associates between 2004 and 2006) to being appointed as Chief Security Advisor at Microsoft in 2007. After retiring as CSA, he co-founded accessec GmbH where he is CTO and Managing Director till today.
Ralf Reinhardt ist IT-Sicherheitsexperte mit Schwerpunkt Web-Anwendungs-Sicherheit. Seit mehreren Jahren ist er Lehrbeauftragter für „Web Application Security“ an der Technischen Hochschule in Nürnberg und Dozent an der IHK Akademie Schwaben. 2010 gründete er zusammen mit seinem langjährigen Kollegen Achim Hoffmann die sic[!]sec GmbH – Gesellschaft für Information Security Services – in Gröbenzell bei München. Dort ist er heute als Principal Consultant und Geschäftsführer tätig.
Jan Camenisch is a Principal Researcher at IBM Research – Zurich. He has received his Ph.D. from ETH Zurich in 1998. Research Assistant Professor in Computer Science at the University of Aarhus, Denmark,1998-99. Since 1999, Jan has been a Research Staff Member at the IBM Zurich Research Laboratory. He published over 130 refereed papers in this area, was a chair of a few and a member of numerous scientific program committees, and currently holds about 120 patents. Jan is an IEEE and an IACR Fellow and has received several awards for this work on privacy-enhancing technologies including the 2013 IEEE Computer Society Technical Award and the 2010 ACM SIGSAC Outstanding Innovation Award. His interests include cryptographic protocols, in particular those supporting privacy and anonymity, and practical secure distributed computation, and their applications.
Dr. Detlef Houdeau is the Senior Director for Business Development in the government Identification (ID) market segment under the Chip Card & Security ICs (Integrated Circuits) business group. As the senior director of Business Development based in Germany, Houdeau is responsible for worldwide sales, customers and partners in the ID segment. The projects include combinations of IT security, biometric systems, digital signature, infrastructure systems for issuing ID card and e-passport. Houdeau first joined Siemens AG in 1985 as the corporate research and development in Berlin, Germany. He held several positions, like project director for fiber optic components, quality program for voltage converter, improvement program for airbags in the automotive industry, for packages in the semiconductor industry and for now for the business development in the Chip Card & Security market. Over a period of 25 years, he was posted to various sites covering Berlin, Erlangen, Munich and Regensburg in Germany. In 1999, Infineon Technologies AG was spun off from Siemens AG. Born in Germany, Houdeau holds a Diploma in Machine Construction, focusing on micro-system technology in Germany from the Technical University in Berlin, Germany. Promotion at the Technical University in Berlin, Germany, in 1994. He has published over 100 papers and filed 40 patents in the smart card application segment with focus on the government ID market. Houdeau is active in the Smart Card and ID industry and participates in the following industry organizations:
• Convenor of EUROSMART, working group eID in Brussels, Belgium – Voice of the Smart Card industry in Europe (www.eurosmart.com)
• Member of SILICON TRUST, London, UK (www.silicon-trust.com)
• Head of the expert committee, of the German Association for Information Technology, Telecommunications and New Media (BITKOM), Berlin, Germany (www.bitkom.de)
• Member of IUNO, national reference project on Industry 4.0 & Security in Germany
• Chairman of the Program Committee of WORLD-eID Conference (www.smart-event.eu)
• Member of the Program Committee of OMNICARD (www.omnicard.de)
• Expert for public funding programs in the security domain from EC (e.g. FP7, HORIZON 2020)
Opening Keynote: Pranjal Hedge, Deloitte Digital Ventures:
From Solution Seekers to Problem Finders – How Innovation is changing in the Digital Age.
Impulse: Volker Gerstenberger, Giesecke+Devrient:
Managing Identities in the Internet-of-Things
Impulse: Dr. Jan Camenisch, IBM:
Secure Digital Identities
Impulse: Ho Chang, BioID:
Current Problems and State of the Art Biometric Approach
Impulse: Thomas Bengs, Fujitsu:
Biometrics – Authentication in the World of Digitization
PANEL: Biometric Authentication finally arriving?
Moderator: Dr. Gisela Meister, Giesecke+Devrient
Prof. Dr. Ulrike Lechner, Universität der Bundeswehr
Dr. Jan Camenisch, IBM
Thomas Bengs (Fujitsu)
Denis Joannides, onegini
Dr. Hermann Sterzinger, Veridos
Impulse: Martin Lüers, Roland Berger
Winning the Platform Race in the Industrial Internet of Things
Impulse: Aurelius Wosylus, SigFox
LPWAN to connect the World
Use Case: Dr. Stephan Spitz, Giesecke+Devrient
Secure Low Power Wide Area IoT
Project: Dr. Wolfgang Glock, City of Munich (LHM)
Smarter Together- Urban Infrastructure as a Basis for IoT
Use Case: Paul Nash, Utilities Munich (SWM)
Critical Infrastructures of a Large City: Smart Metering for Munich
Use Case: Oliver Niedung, Principal Solution Specialist, Microsoft IoT
OPC UA & Azure Connected Factory
Impulse: Dr. Florian Wolf, Founder and CEO, Mergeflow
Innovation Intelligence for the Digital Age
Project: Dr. Rupert Deger, CIO, e-go-mobile
Disruptions from Engineering Valley
Keynote: Robert Leindl, Infineon
Factory Transformation Journey
Impulse: Dr. Andreas Gallasch, CEO, Software Factory:
Smart connected Operations- Next step in intelligent Manufacturing Systems
Impulse: Claus Cremers, Siemens:
Mind Sphere-the open IoT Operating System
Impulse Speech: Lars Vogel, T-Systems:
Assisted Reality in Industry and Trade
Impulse Speech: Frank Hertling, PreCognize:
PANEL: Smart Manufacturing
Moderator: Sebastian Rohr, accessec
Dr. Detlef Houdeau, Infineon Technologies
Prof. Dr. Dieter Wegener, Siemens
Dr. Olaf Sauer, Fraunhofer IOSB
Lars Vogel, T-Systems
Impulse: Thomas Sattelberger (former HR Director Deutsche Telekom):
Future of Work- Work of the Future
PANEL: Zukunft der Arbeit (in German)
Moderator: Oliver Rolofs (Head of Global Media Relations, Roland Berger)
Thomas Sattelberger (former HR Director Deutsche Telekom)
Herbert Klein, Agfa HealthCare
Heinrich Birner, ver.di
PANEL: Digital Innovation- how to bridge start-ups with corporates?
Moderator: Dr. Carsten Rudolph, BayStartUp
Antje von Loeper, Innosabi
Dr. Franz Glatz, brigk
Dr. Helmut Schönenberger, UnternehmerTUM
Dr. Thomas Wenzel, next47
Innovation Talk: Dr. Daniel Hildebrand, Spielfeld, Manuel Reil, Alyne Moderator: Tom Koehler, EY
How to deal with technological disruptors? Lessons and insights from the Financial Services Sector
Thomas Sattelberger war bis Mai 2012 Personalvorstand und Arbeitsdirektor der Deutschen Telekom AG. Der am 5. Juni 1949 in Munderkingen / Donau geborene Diplom-Betriebswirt war von Juli 2003 bis zu seiner Bestellung zum Telekom-Personalvorstand Mai 2007 in derselben Funktion Mitglied des Vorstandes der Continental AG in Hannover. Zuvor war er von 1994-2003 bei der Deutschen Lufthansa AG in Frankfurt , zuerst als Personaldirektor und ab 1999 als operativer Airline-Vorstand für Produkt & Service
Von 1975 – 1989 war Thomas Sattelberger in unterschiedlichen Managementpositionen bei der damaligen Daimler-Benz AG tätig und von 1989-2003 bei der damaligen Daimler-Benz Aerospace (heute Airbus)
Neben Aufsichtsratstätigkeit in Unternehmen leitet er heute ehrenamtlich die BDA/BDI -Initiative MINT Zukunft.,ist zusammen mit Frau Dr. Nathalie von Siemens Sprecher des Nationalen MINT-Forums sowie Beiratsvorsitzender des Deutschland-Stipendiums des Bundesministeriums für Bildung und Forschung. Thomas Sattelberger ist Beiratsvorsitzender der Hochschulallianz für den Mittelstand sowie im Beirat zu Innerer Führung des Bundesministeriums der Verteidigung. Er ist Kolumnist des ManagerMagazins sowie Herausgeber und Autor von über einem Dutzend Bücher zu Unternehmenswandel , Bildung und Personalarbeit