On July 23rd 2019, Peter Gietz, CEO and founder of DAASI International, will be talking about his personal career path as part of the practical seminar “Areas of research and occupation in Indology”.
The practical seminar is hosted by the Institute for Indology and Comparative Religion of the Institute of Asian and Oriental Studies of the Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen. The event is open to all interested students and lecturers.
Peter Gietz himself studied Indology and Religious Studies at the Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg and the Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen. During his studies, he worked as a research assistant in the department of Indology, later he held different positions at the media project “Tübinger Religionswissenschaften” and the “Purana Project”. In the year 2000 he started his own company together with his wife Karin Gietz. More details on the resume of Peter Gietz can be found on our website. Today, Peter Gietz is the CEO of DAASI International, a Tübingen company offering services and open source products in the area of identity and access management. A second area of focus of DAASI International are the so-called “Digital Humanities”. Peter Gietz is glad to support this area of research with his company in numerous projects. As an internationally renowned expert for directory services, he is also a welcome guest to speak at conferences.
All who would like to find out more about this exceptional career path are invited to join the talk “Career opportunities in the area of tension between Indology and computer science” on July 23rd. The venue is room 1.13 (first floor on the right) in the “Verfügungsgebäude” at Wilhelmstraße 19. The event starts at 4 pm c. t. (4:15 pm) and wil be held in German.
Within the practical seminar “Areas of research and occupation in Indology”, there will be two more talks, where guest lecturers speak about their areas of work.
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