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Studying DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES

Studying Digital Technologies

A cross-university degree program between the TU Clausthal and the Ostfalia University of Applied Sciences.

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Can you Dig IT?!

"Can you Dig IT?!" is our new podcast. We discuss the latest and most important news around digitalization and also explore the question - what is this digitalization actually?

Welcome at the DIGIT

The Center for Digital Technologies is a research center of Clausthal University of Technology in cooperation with Ostfalia University of Applied Sciences. Here, professors from the two universities in Lower Saxony work together with industry to shape the digital transformation of sustainable industrial processes. The research focus of the DIGIT researchers lies in the six application areas of Autonomous Systems, Circular Economy & Environmental Technology, Digital Transformation, Energy, Industry 4.0 and Mobility.

DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES, the joint study program of TU Clausthal and Ostfalia University of Applied Sciences, is also based at DIGIT. From the very first semester, students can expect an exciting mix of basic computer science subjects and a high level of practical relevance. In digitization projects, they apply their learned basic knowledge directly in a practical context. By choosing one of the six DIGIT application areas, students determine their professional focus and acquire excellent domain knowledge.

The silverLabs were named Southeast Lower Saxony's 1st Digital Landmark in 2018 and are also part of the DIGIT. In the digitalization labs, we want to give students, pupils and company partners* a space where new ideas can be forged and teams can be formed. An exchange with exciting lectures takes place (currently quarterly) within the framework of the Digital Round Tables.