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Richard Hirschmann Foundation

Together with the University of Stuttgart and the Richard Hirschmann Foundation, Hirschmann Car Communication GmbH has been awarding the Richard Hirschmann Prize since 2007. Every year the foundation awards the renowned prize to four-five students from the University of Stuttgart.

Richard Hirschmann, who himself experienced a student life full of hardships, set up the foundation in 1969. The aim was – and remains – to sponsor budding scientists and engineers. Richard Hirschmann placed the foundation in the hands of the Institute of High Frequency Technology at the University of Stuttgart, which has managed the foundation's assets ever since. The revenues are directed towards students chosen by the foundation board who are specialising in electrical engineering and information engineering.

Since 2014 the presentation of the Richard Hirschmann Prize has been organized from Hirschmann Car Communication and Hirschmann Automation and Control jointly.

For Hirschmann Car Communication, the close cooperation with the Richard Hirschmann Foundation forms part of the company's recruitment strategy for attracting expert skills to the company, particularly among the next generation of up-and-coming young engineers. Some of the previous years' prize winners now work in our development departments, including in senior positions. This shows us that our concept works.

Hirschmann Car Communication is also in continuous dialogue with the University of Stuttgart, the Esslingen Institute of Technology and the Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University (DHBW), and is involved in numerous excursions, student research projects and various other projects, including education partnerships with schools.

Presentation of the Richard Hirschmann Prize 2016

Richard Hirschmann Prize 2016, from left to right: Prof. Dr. Stephan ten Brink (University of Stuttgart), Dr. Klaus Breining, Nadin Mohr (both Hirschmann Car Communication), Jens Schwardmann, Christian Bentheimer, Julio Alberto Gonzales Marin, Stefan Schibisch (prize winner), Prof.Dr. Jan Hesselbarth (University of Stuttgart), Dr. Cornelia Ballwießer (Hirschmann Car Communication) and Wolfgang Schenk (Hirschmann Automation and Control).
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