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Gunther Hayn

Head of Region MENA / North -Africa

Günther Hayn holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Commercial Trades. Afterwards he completed postgraduate studies at Lake Constance Business School. He started his professional career as a “Key Account Manager” in the Machine Building Industry where later he took over the position “Head of Sales Worldwide”. During the last 10 years he has been working for Festo Didactic SE, the educational division of the Festo Group. After responsibilities in Asia Pacific, Near East and Middle East as Senior Regional Manager, he took over the position “Head of Region MENA / North-Africa”.

SPEAKER SESSIONS

Innovation Stage

26 February 2020 | 14:15 - 15:15 | STEM by Festo Didactic - Bionics4Education

Today’s world is undergoing many changes in technology, economy, and environment. We also talk about Industry 4.0. Thus countries, regions and industry sectors are on the cusp of radical changes. New innovations and globalization offer many challenges. Consequently, STEM skills are a substantial education foundation for employability and the economic development. Scientific and technological innovations have become increasingly important. To succeed in this new information-based and highly technological society, students need to develop their capabilities in STEM. STEM education helps to bridge skills gaps already in a very early stage and gives orientation in for the further individual educational path. The goal is to encourage the current generation, as well as future generations of students, to understand and embrace the benefits of technology that affects them every day of their lives and encourage them for a technical and engineering career.

Workshops of Worlddidac Platinum Members

SPEAKER SESSIONS

26 February, 2020 | 14:15 to 15:15
STEM by Festo Didactic - Bionics4Education

Today’s world is undergoing many changes in technology, economy, and environment. We also talk about Industry 4.0. Thus countries, regions and industry sectors are on the cusp of radical changes. New innovations and globalization offer many challenges. Consequently, STEM skills are a substantial education foundation for employability and the economic development. Scientific and technological innovations have become increasingly important. To succeed in this new information-based and highly technological society, students need to develop their capabilities in STEM. STEM education helps to bridge skills gaps already in a very early stage and gives orientation in for the further individual educational path. The goal is to encourage the current generation, as well as future generations of students, to understand and embrace the benefits of technology that affects them every day of their lives and encourage them for a technical and engineering career.

Workshops of Worlddidac Platinum Members