At the Open Day, DIT will present everything about teaching and research - the campus in Deggendorf becomes a huge exhibition area and there is also a lot to see in the halls and laboratories. Visitors can expect hands-on activities, demonstrations, advisory services, exhibition stands and lectures.
Programme highlights include:
- Premiere: For the first time, there will be a talk stage with ten short talks and a poetry slam.
- Definitely Instagram-ready: We will be creating 360-degree videos of our visitors, which can be downloaded immediately to your own mobile phone.
- Making the campus greener: At the Student Orientation stand, you can plant trees with VR glasses and support a tree-planting project.
- If you pedal hard, you can get a fresh smoothie at the stand of the Health & Wellbeing department.
- At the campus rally - organised by our STEM department - visitors young and old can go on a tour and win a prize at the end.
- One of the many programme items from media technology: Interactive Space - immerse yourself in immersive experiences and discover interactively projected worlds.
- Innovative ideas from the Technical Design degree programme: What distinguishes creative and modern product design? Find out in the design workshop.
- Exclusive guided tours in the laser tunnel are offered by the Faculty of Applied Natural Sciences and Industrial Engineering.
- Ever measured your own pulse wave speed? You can do so at the stand of the Faculty of Applied Health Sciences.
- The Faculty of Applied Computer Science will be demonstrating drones in action.
- Live endurance test of concrete - in the Building Materials Lab of the Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering.
- At the Science Bench Wirtschaft, professors from the Faculty of Applied Economics will be happy to answer questions from visitors.
- From 7.30 pm, Searching for a Reply will play on the main stage.
- Prof. Zich Tribute: In the DJ area, Bachelor's and Master's students and participants of his DJ course will commemorate Prof. Dr. Christian Zich with their performance. When darkness falls, media technology students will illuminate the entire area.