For more than two hundred years, the HTWK Leipzig and its predecessors have been providing high-quality, career-relevant education in a diverse range of fields through innovative courses, excellent teaching and state-of-the-art facilities Today, with about 7000 students, HTWK Leipzig ranks among Germany’s largest universities of applied sciences. Education and teaching in HTWK is practice-oriented, career-relevant, performed in short and intense study courses leading to accredited bachelor and master degrees. All HTWK faculties are using ICT in education and training, meeting rapidly evolving industry needs, optimizing study and teaching of students for high-level professional practice in fields of engineering, business, social science and cultural studies and information sciences. In teaching, the university uses E-learning, e.g. OPAL system and audio/video communication technologies and spreads their experience in European and regional projects. The necessary ICT, i.e. various E-services, were developed by scientists and students of HTWK self in several projects, even presented during national and international fairs: E-learning tools, E-library, E-government, E-publishing, E-payment, a/v-conferencing.
Leipzig University of Applied Sciences
h.c. mult. Klaus Hänßgen
Professor for Information Systems and Multimedia Technologies. Very experienced in E-learning, ICT development and application, Distance e-learning, e-services development and leading students to highly noted innovative ICT developments for educational applications. He was the coordinator in 7 Tempus projects, especially also projects for ICT application in education and teaching. He was working together with partners of several research institutions and industry on e-service projects, computer and network projects and content development, funded by German and Saxony ministries, research and educational institutions and by private companies.
Riyadh Qashi
Received B.S. Degree in Mathematics from University of Mutah and German Diploma and Ph.D. in Computer technologies from University of Leipzig. Involved in different international projects. Performs research in area of computer networks, quality of service and routing protocols. Experience with IT projects, e-learning systems, development and restructuring of computer networks. During his study he was using many contacts to enterprises for applying the results of his work. During his studies, research and teaching, he developed and used ICT for efficient performance in universities. He is Research Assistants at Leipzig University of Applied Sciences. He is also an editorial board member of four academic journals .
Marianna Ivanova
Received Bachelor of Economic Science (Business Administration and Social science) from Leipzig University of Applied Sciences (HTWK Leipzig). She involved in different international projects. She works as a financial project manager for an international EU TEMPUS project at the HTWK.


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The University of Jordan, Jordanrsity of Jordan, Jordan