Learning from football

Business challenges are abundant at the moment: disrupted supply chains, war, shortage of skilled workers, to name but a few. Sometimes a look outside the box helps to see your problems in a broader context. Managing director Jeannine Budelmann has written down for WirtschaftsWoche what you can learn from football.

Learning leadership

Young leaders face special challenges. Managing Director Jeannine Budelmann describes how to handle them in an article for SPIEGEL. At Budelmann Elektronik, we attach particular importance to our corporate philosophy in this context. Those who take responsibility for themselves and others have already created an important basis for a leadership task. The rest can be learned and we are happy to support!

Proper coating of electronic assemblies

For some assemblies, coat is an important protective layer. However, not every printed circuit board can be coated equally well. In his new design tip for ELEKTRONIK PRAXIS, Managing Director Prof. Dr. Christoph Budelmann explains which pitfalls are already to be taken into account when designing the printed circuit board.

Christoph Budelmann on the BMBF Advisory Board

Managing Director Prof. Dr. Christoph Budelmann was appointed by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research to the Advisory Board of the program “Research at Universities of Applied Sciences”. In this role, he will advise the ministry on the further development of the program. The aim is to generate positive effects for universities of applied sciences and their role in the innovation and science system Germany. As an engineer with many years of practical research experience, Prof. Dr. Christoph Budelmann combines expertise from business and science.

Hardware for AI applications

To make the most out of the potential of artificial intelligence in industrial products and services, you need not only the right algorithms and data, but also the right hardware. In his lecture for the Mittelstand 4.0 Competence Center in Lingen, Managing Director Prof. Dr. Christoph Budelmann talks about the state of the art. He will also focus on energy-saving and miniaturized AI hardware for the industrial internet of things as well as the criteria for selecting the right components — also against the background of the current semiconductor shortage.