Seminar in Vienna 15.5.


Tackling the demand for highly skilled engineers in Finland


Everyone wants engineers with up-to-date technical and commercial skills, co-operational and management skills and paradoxically years of working experience.

The same problem exists all around Europe and especially in maritime sector in South-Western Finland. Join the seminar to hear how the challenge has been tackled!

Or are you already the multi skilled person companies want to hire?




Wohlmutstrasse 22, 1020 Vienna, Austria



Introduction to the RADICAL project
Rauni Jaskari, Turku University of Applied Sciences, Finland

Benefits of Industry-Higher Education cooperation in Germany and Spin-offs for
Ludger Schneider-Störmann, TH Aschaffenburg, University of Applied Sciences,

University-Industry cooperation in Austria
Roman Anlanger, University of Applied Sciences Vienna, Germany

Experiences with traditional and novel approaches in dual engineering studies
Martin Grotjahn, University of Applied Sciences Hannover, Germany

Comparison of European educational models as input to RADICAL’s ENGINE
model development
Thomas Röhr, ESTA School of Business & Technology, Belfort, France

Benefits that work place learning gives to companies
Dr. Markus Guggenberger, TÜV AUSTRIA, Austria

Competence requirements for future Engineers
Timo Holopainen, Turku University of Applied Sciences, Finland

Radically better engineers for companies’ needs
Rauni Jaskari, Turku University of Applied Sciences, Finland


Registration in Lyyti



Radical poject

Turku University of Applied Sciences