Sensorik Summer School imparts essential basics of sensor technology in a user-oriented and practical way. Students and recent graduates gain in-depth insights into interdisciplinary contexts of modern sensor systems from different fields of application. Companies and institutions have the opportunity to present themselves as an attractive employer to the future generation of skilled workers. In addition to interesting specialist lectures, company visits and exchange of experience are paramount. Thus, Sensorik Summer School provides the opportunity to adopt know-how specific to the start of a career to gain insights into the development work of innovative companies and institutions. 

Please note that the event language is English. Register here until August 6th 2023.

Your Program (September 4th to September 7th 2023)

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Strategische Partnerschaft Sensorik e.V.

Welcome and Introduction: Sensor Technology as a Key Factor for Progress
Matthias Streller

Systema - Systementwicklung Dipl.-Inf. Manfred Austen GmbH

Welcome and Introduction SYSTEMA
Alexander Adesski

From Manual to Digital Chip Production: Systema Automation & MES
Joachim Bachner

Q&A with Coffee



Continental Automotive GmbH

Get an Insight of Continental’s Smartphone Based Access and Start Solution and High-Performance Computers Including Production Line Visit
Felix Weissbrodt

AVL Software and Functions GmbH

Electric Drive Line
Thomas Frey

Functional Safety for Inverter
Thorsten Lauer


Technologie Campus Parsberg/Lupburg

Prof. Dr. Anton Schmailzl

Artificial Intelligence in Agriculture: Project & Experimental Setup Presentation „KIdetect“
Philipp Flierl

Mixed Reality in Companies: Project Presentation „futuRE Lab” & Testing VR/AR Software Applications 
Silvio Angelillo

Artificial Intelligence in Passenger Counting: Project Presentation „SensoGast“
Florian Ringelhäuser

Temperature Measurement Technology in Manufacturing Research
Manfred Hiermann

Excelitas PCO GmbH

See and Measure the Invisible!
Dr. Prometeusz Jasinski, Dr. Gerhard Holst


Zollner Elektronik AG

Digital Transformation in Industrial Engineering
Tobias Traurig

Sensor Technologies for Healthcare Applications
Barbara Link, Josef Vogl

Company Tour

​​​​​​​emz Hanauer GmbH & Co. KGaA

No Modern Household  without Our Products – an Introduction to emz
Ulrich Deml

Digi Brain – a New Smart Sensor Design
Florian Winderl

Final Verification Tests – Our USP in Industrialization
Stefan Dotzler

Company Tour
Ulrich Deml




For students participation is free of charge. The Strategische Partnerschaft Sensorik e.V. (SPS) charges a deposit of 100,- Euro net. In the case of participation in the entire event program, students will receive a full refund of the deposit. Otherwise the SPS will retain the deposit in full.

Members of Strategische Partnerschaft Sensorik e.V.:
The participation fee is 250,- Euro net.

All other participants:
The participation fee is 350,- Euro net.

The contribution includes the course fee, the documentation and the travel expenses for company visits as part of the Sensorik Summer School. Travel to and accommodation in Regensburg are not included.

The deposit of students has to be on our account on August 8th 2023 at the latest and will be refunded after the four days of participation.

The invoice for the participation fee for members and non-members will be issued by the SPS on August 7th 2023 with 30 days payment deadline.

Please note that your registration is valid for all four event days. It is not possible to book individual days. Cancellation of your booking free of charge is possible up to and including August 6th 2023. In case Sensorik Summer School cannot take place as a live event due to the Covid-19-pandemic, the deposit or participation fee will be refunded in full.

Register here until August 6th 2023.

Organizer of the event: Strategische Partnerschaft Sensorik e.V./Cluster Sensorik. Clusters bring dynamism to the innovation process – a business location as a whole benefits from this, as does every participating company. Participation in a cluster opens up access to a close-knit network of companies, outstanding research institutes and universities, as well as experts in the field. The cluster management acts as a link between business, science and politics.