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Industry Days: The Future Code - 23rd June

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Day 23 Jun 2020  Download
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Experience the Transformation of Industry
Empowering Industry Leaders to transform their Business

THE FUTURE CODE is a unique event platform with lasting impact in the digital transformation in the industry.

In 2019 we had a phenomenal premiere with The Future Code - thanks to you and our partners who have once again placed their trust in us for 2020.

Have a look at the event's agenda
We see the current situation as a catalyst for what we believe the future transformation will bring, and we are setting course for new digital platforms and hybrid event formats.

THE FUTURE CODE 2020 will take place as a digital event in a special format as a live broadcast on 23/24 June 2020 and will subsequently be available online on-demand via our Industrial Generation Network platform.

You can be excited: It will be different, it will be purely digital, it will be new!

What can you expect at THE FUTURE CODE Digital?

The virtual conference will have TV format character! We want to continue to hold on to our interactive sessions. Not just webinars and PowerPoint presentations, but effective, interesting and entertaining formats on a digital basis.
Highlights:
  • Exciting national and international entrepreneurs and forward thinkers
  • Best cases, strategy know-how, innovation forums and tech news
  • national and international experts from the industry (managing directors, CxOs, digital experts, ltd. management)
  • direct and virtual exchange among speakers and users
Why you should be involved?
  • Get further inspiration and practical approaches for your business strategy #beyond2020
  • Learn in interactive sessions about the immediate use of digital tools and technologies in your company #connectit
  • Take the information with you that is relevant for you - live and on-demand
  • Wherever you are - log in comfortably;
  • It becomes interactive - with feedback functions and direct exchange with the speakers
Get your ticket right now and register here.

presented by Next Industry
a trade media brand of Vogel Communications Group.

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INTERVIEW: Time to act - how the Corona crisis is changing the industrial world (Part 1)

Corona is driving the digital transformation. Digital and automated solutions have proven their worth, especially in the Corona crisis. Flexible and efficient production facilities can react faster to changing market situations and reliably adapt their production to the current demand - or switch to other products if necessary.

Corona treibt die digitale Transformation voran. Gerade in der Corona-Krise haben sich digitale und automatisierte Lösungen bewährt. Flexible und effiziente Fertigungen können schneller auf sich verändernde Marktsituationen reagieren und ihre Produktion zuverlässig der jeweils aktuellen Nachfrage anpassen – oder ggf. auf andere Produkte umstellen.

Moderation:
Philipp Uhl

Interviewpartner:
Prof. Dr. Dieter Wegener

Moderator

<a href="https://www.industrial-generation.network/en/Philipp-Uhl,a3111108"target="blank">Philipp Uhl</a>

Philipp Uhl

Chief editor of Next Industry

Philipp Uhl is responsible for the editorial team of Next Industry and has been on the core team of the media brand since its launch in 2018. Since the conception phase, he has been the personal interface to the more than 100 trade media of the Vogel Communications Group. He is a key expert of Digital Transformation in Industry with a broad network to Thought Leaders in the B2B Industry.
<a href="https://www.industrial-generation.network/en/Norbert-Gierlich,a3127287"target="blank">Norbert Gierlich</a>

Norbert Gierlich

Moderator of The Future Code

Norbert Gierlich is an expert in communication, digital marketing and moderator of various conferences. He lives with his children in Munich, loves old Vespa scooters and has a passion for mechanical watches.
<a href="https://www.industrial-generation.network/en/Julia-Oppelt,a3110838"target="blank">Julia Oppelt</a>

Julia Oppelt

Head of marconomy, Vogel Communications Group GmbH & Co. KG

In her function, Julia Oppelt is responsible for the entire offering of the trade medium marconomy. marconomy covers the professional information needs of marketing, communication and sales decision-makers from industrial and technology companies. The trade medium reports daily at www.marconomy.de about practical examples of how industrial companies implement marketing projects and trends and provides information every 14 days in the B2B Hero Podcast in audio format. In addition to the specialist portal, marconomy organizes the Lead Management Summit, the B2B Marketing Days and offers a professional training program for B2B marketers.

Speakers

<a href="https://www.industrial-generation.network/en/Matthias-Bauer,a3110451"target="blank">Matthias Bauer</a>

Matthias Bauer

Chief Executive Officer, Business / Strategic Management, Engineering & IT Services of Vogel Communications Group GmbH & Co. KG

Matthias Bauer studied business administration with a focus on business informatics and corporate management at the University of Applied Sciences Würzburg-Schweinfurt (2001-2005). He later completed studies in media management at Steinbeis University in Berlin, SDA Bocconi Management School in Milan and Stern Business School in New York, where he earned a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree (2008-2010).
Bauer began his career in 2005 in Controlling at Vogel Business Media (now Vogel Communications Group) and subsequently worked as Business Development Manager in the Vogel Future Group. In 2008 he took over the management of Web Development. In 2010 he was appointed Director International Business & Strategy of Vogel Communications Group (VCG) and took over the development of the agency business at the Berlin location. In the course of this Matthias Bauer took over the management of the Vogel subsidiaries ngn - new generation network GmbH in 2012 and Vogel Corporate Media GmbH and Vogel Ventures GmbH in 2013. In 2015 he became Chief Corporate Development Officer of the entire Vogel Group. In 2016 Bauer also became a member of the management board of Vogel Business Media.
In 2017 he was appointed Managing Director with a focus on the digital transformation of the group. Since November 2018, Matthias Bauer has been Chairman of the Management Board (CEO) for the Vogel Communications Group.
<a href="https://www.industrial-generation.network/en/Dieter-Wegener,a3146967"target="blank">Prof. Dr. Dieter Wegener</a>

Prof. Dr. Dieter Wegener

Vice President, Siemens Corporate Technology

As a graduate aerospace engineer and after a career at McKinsey&Co, Prof. Wegener started his career at Siemens in 1996.
As the first "Chief Technology Officer (CTO)" of the business unit "Industrial Solutions & Services (I&S)" he built up a new kind of innovation management within 3 years, which significantly increased the company's innovative ability.
In 2011 he took over the management of the "technology forge" ATS (Advanced Technologies & Standards) of the Siemens Industry Sector in Nuremberg. The main focus of ATS is the apron development of "embedded software, power electronics, automation technology for discrete and process industries" and the coordination of standardization activities for the Industry Sector.
As part of the realignment of Siemens AG, he took over as head of the newly founded "Industry 4.0" office in the Digital Factory Division in October 2014. From February 2016, he will head "External Cooperation" in Siemens Corporate Technology, which is responsible for research policy and funding orientation both nationally and internationally for Siemens AG.
In addition, Prof. Wegener took over the role of spokesperson for the "Industry 4.0 Leadership Circle" in ZVEI in 2014 and was elected Vice President of the "German Commission for Electrical Engineering, Electronics and Information Technology" (DKE) in 2015, which draws up the standardization and standardization roadmap for Germany. He is also an active member of the Executive Board of Digital Europe and spokesman of the advisory board of the "Standardization Council Industrie 4.0 (SCI4.0)" in Frankfurt.
Since 2017, Professor Wegener has been teaching Innovation Management at RWTH Aachen University in the Faculty of Economics.
<a href="https://www.industrial-generation.network/en/Jens-Fath,a3142941"target="blank">Jens Fath</a>

Jens Fath

Associated Partner Strategic Lead [I]IOT TRANSFORMATION, MHP Management- und IT-Beratung GmbH

Jens Fath is Associated Partner at MHP and is responsible for the [I]IOT TRANSFORMATION portfolio in addition to the Smart Manufacturing area. With his team and portfolio he focuses on business models, use cases, architecture and IT implementations around the topics Industry 4.0 and IOT.
<a href="https://www.industrial-generation.network/en/Jose-Carvalho,a3150063"target="blank">José Luis Carvalho</a>

José Luis Carvalho

Vice President Digital Innovation EMEA, SAP

Jose Luis Carvalho is an SAP VP for Digital Innovation. He leads a services team for adoption of innovation in the region of EMEA, providing customers with the vision and ability to execute on digital transformation. Jose has been focusing in the topic of ethical AI and ensuring tecnhology is used to its potential at the service of people.

Statement:
"In an era when technology and innovation are the backbone and muscle for transformation, let’s look at the soul and find that people are in fact what drive us for success."
<a href="https://www.industrial-generation.network/en/Ralph-Wirth,a3146538"target="blank">Dr. Ralph Wirth</a>

Dr. Ralph Wirth

Head of Data Science Solutions, Schaeffler AG

Dr. Ralph Wirth joined the SCHAEFFLER Group in 2018, currently as Head of Data Science Solutions. In this position, he and his team are responsible for the development of data and AI driven solutions within the central IT & Digitization department at SCHAEFFLER. In addition, he is significantly involved in the development and operationalization of SCHAEFFLER's AI strategy. He previously worked for GfK, most recently as Vice President Technology. He studied at the Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg and obtained his doctorate in Statistics/Marketing Science.
<a href="https://www.industrial-generation.network/en/Ulrike-Meyer,a3147609"target="blank">Ulrike Meyer</a>

Ulrike Meyer

CIDO - Divisional Management Digital, Willenbrock Fördertechnik GmbH

Ulrike Meyer knows the core business. Like all other employees of the Bremen-based medium-sized company, she has had a forklift truck driver's license since joining the company in 2012. Even today, the trained foreign trade specialist still places customer benefit at the centre of her digitalisation initiatives. Whereby the customers can now also be her own colleagues - because since the end of 2018 she has also been responsible for internal Willenbrock IT. Since the beginning of 2015, she has already been in charge of the "Digital Solutions" division, which develops digital business models and customer-oriented software offerings. Since February 2019, she has borne the title CIDO - a combination of CDO and CIO.
<a href="https://www.industrial-generation.network/en/Georg-Steinberger,a3138270"target="blank">Georg Steinberger</a>

Georg Steinberger

Vice President Marketing & Communications, AVNET

For over 30 years in the industry, first as a journalist and later in marketing, Georg Steinberger has always been interested in innovation that does NOT drive the world to the wall, but rather contributes to the benefit of all. Technologies such as IOT and AI are an opportunity to do things better than before, but to do this you have to find the commercial twist. Why do many IOT projects fail before realization? How do we deal with AI in terms of application technology but also morally. And how and where can we be economically successful with it? These are topics and questions that Steinberger is concerned with. His critical enthusiasm, his commitment, his T-shirt collection and his differently coloured shoes are well known in the industry.
<a href="https://www.industrial-generation.network/en/Marco-Schmid,a3117051"target="blank">Marco Schmid</a>

Marco Schmid

Managing Director, Schmid Elektronik AG

The systems engineer in me has a passion for technologies like embedded systems, IOT things and machine learning. As an entrepreneur, I enjoy the privilege of coaching the leadership team of a 50-person family SME with cool DNA and smart people. The understanding of opposing and related forces came from my experiences in Asian martial arts and as a grenadier I learned to face and endure VUCA extreme situations. Social networks - across teams, companies, countries and continents - play a central role in my business and private life. Sir Richard Branson is one of my motivating role models because he created "Game Changer", has remained a human being and puts employees first.
Machholz

Karsten Machholz

Professor for Supply Chain Management & Strategy, University of Applied Sciences Würzburg-Schweinfurt (FHWS)

Prof. Dr. Karsten Machholz has been appointed Professor for Supply Chain Management and Strategic Procurement at the University of Applied Sciences Würzburg Schweinfurt in 2012.
His research focuses on the digital transformation of global supply chains and procurement networks, agile risk management, corporate social responsibility/sustainability, and the impact of bockchain technology on global value chains. In recent years, he has presented the results of his studies at numerous conferences in the USA, Europe and Australia.
Dr. Machholz has more than 20 years of experience in the chemical, consulting and pharmaceutical industries, most recently as a member of the management board of a biotech start-up in Switzerland.
<a href="https://www.industrial-generation.network/en/Martin-Philipp,a3146646"target="blank">Martin Philipp</a>

Martin Philipp

Managing Director, Evalanche (SC-Networks GmbH)

I am the managing director of SC-Networks GmbH, based in Starnberg, Germany, and I am primarily responsible for new customer business and customer enthusiasm. What drives me every day is to help shape the digital change in medium-sized businesses and to support companies in their constant growth in turnover. What I find particularly exciting about digitization is its networking, flexibility, freedom, diversity of information and the progress it brings. But digitization must benefit people: Technology brings progress, but people make the difference!
Harlinghausen

Curt Simon Harlinghausen

Chief Nerd Officer, C5H GmbH – The simplification company

Curt Simon Harlinghausen is a digital native, nerd and entrepreneur. Since 1994, he has been founding companies, participating in global start-ups and bringing together experience in technology, marketing, security and business development for clients around the world. He is more respected as a consultant and implementer, as a thought leader for innovative solutions and as a speaker at conferences such as CES, SXSW, DMEXCO, TEDx and many others.
Krüger

Sebastian Krüger

Management Board, Executive Committee, Ray Sono AG

As an expert for digital strategy and innovation consulting, Sebastian Krüger and his team accompany companies in the area of B2C and B2B in the digitalization process - sector-specific and cross-industry. This includes the development of digital services, products and business models as well as change management support.

Professional background:
More than 15 years of experience in editing, digital transformation and business consulting, among others as VicePresidentfutureLAB& TV 3.0 of ProSiebenSat.1 (development and management of the InnovationsHub for ProSiebenSat.1 TV Deutschland GmbH)

"We have to ask the right questions and critically examine established patterns of thinking and working - this is how the challenges of digitization become opportunities for new business and success models.
<a href="https://www.industrial-generation.network/en/Tobias-Eickelpasch,a3146703"target="blank">Tobias Eickelpasch</a>

Tobias Eickelpasch

Project Management & Consulting, Evalanche (SC-Networks GmbH)

Tobias Eickelpasch is project manager and consultant at SC-Networks. Since 2008 he has been working in e-mail marketing, with a focus on marketing automation, and with Evalanche. Together with his customers he plays the whole claviature of lead management and knows how to implement strategies and concepts successfully.
<a href="https://www.industrial-generation.network/en/Rolf-Dieter-Metka,a3145851"target="blank">Rolf-Dieter Metka</a>

Rolf-Dieter Metka

CEO, ondeso GmbH

Rolf-Dieter Metka is co-founder and CEO of ondeso GmbH, a software development company in the field of industrial IT and industrial IT security, founded in Regensburg in 2010. In his daily work, he combines his distinct technological understanding with his entrepreneurial and conceptual way of thinking, consistently pursuing his highest maxim, according to which IT must always be understandable and manageable for the user. Since 2013 he has been an active member of the advisory board for Young Digital Economy at the BMWi.
Hermann

Prof. Dr. Ulrich Hermann

Digitization expert

Dr. Ulrich Hermann studied mechanical engineering at the RWTH Aachen University and at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology M.I.T., Cambridge, USA. After graduating in mechanical engineering, he received his doctorate in business administration in St. Gallen in 1996. After his doctorate, he began his career in 1997 in various management positions at Bertelsmann AG. Until his last position, Dr. Hermann was CEO of Wolters Kluwer Germany Holding and divisional director of Wolters Kluwer n.v. Region Central Europe. Prior to this, he was Managing Director of the Süddeutscher Verlag Hüthig Fachinformation. In November 2016, he was appointed to the Management Board of Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG, where he is a proven expert in digitization and responsible for the expansion of digital business models and the digital transformation of the company.
<a href="https://www.industrial-generation.network/en/Tobias-Rappers,a3147747"target="blank">Tobias Rappers</a>

Tobias Rappers

CEO, maschinenraum.io – ein Unternehmen der Viessmann Gruppe

Tobias Rappers is Managing Director of the engine room and head of Viessmann's Innovation Ecosystem. The engine room serves German medium-sized and family businesses as a shared Innovation Ecosystem. The focus is on sharing knowledge, resources, experience and infrastructure. Previously, Tobias Rappers was Managing Director of Spielfeld Digital Hub GmbH, a joint partnership of Roland Berger & Visa Inc. With the Roland Berger Competence Center Digital, Tobias advised corporate clients from traditional industries on how to adapt to an ever faster changing environment and how to promote their digital transformation. He worked internationally in various industries (e.g. automotive, financial services, e-commerce). His areas of expertise include the development of customer-centric business models and services, business innovation, innovation in a cultural context and the definition of new customer and market-based strategies.
<a href="https://www.industrial-generation.network/en/Rafiq-Iqbal,a3145935"target="blank">Rafiq Iqbal</a>

Rafiq Iqbal

Co-Investor, Cybotics GmbH

Rafiq Iqbal is an Industry 4.0 pioneer. In his 30 years of MBA and engineering, he has driven innovation in industrial robotics and power engineering. He is a co-investor in Cybotics GmbH and the eRecruitment platform devhof.com.
In Northern Bavaria, he heads the German-Indian Roundtable and advises companies as an Industry 4.0 and HR key player.
<a href="https://www.industrial-generation.network/en/Iris-Pl%C3%B6ger,a3145986"target="blank">Iris Plöger</a>

Iris Plöger

Member of the executive board, BDI e.V.

Iris Plöger was born in Hamburg in 1971. She is married and has three children. She studied law in Kiel and the United Kingdom. She then worked as a research assistant at the Institute for Business and Tax Law at the Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel. After the Second State Examination in Law, Iris Plöger worked as a lawyer with a focus on competition and IT law at the international business law firm Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer from 2000. In 2004 she joined the legal department of the BDI and in 2015 she took over as head of the department for digitalization and industrial value-added structures at the BDI. In 2016, she became head of the department for digitization, innovation and health care management at BDI.
Iris Plöger has been a member of the BDI's executive board since April 2017.

Statement:
"Innovation is part of an entire life cycle that is made possible by systematic market observation, visionary focus and cohesion. An employer brand that accompanies skilled workers and customers through the next phases with resignation will turn innovations into successful products".
Urbaczka

Annett Urbaczka

Head of Corporate Communications, TransnetBW GmbH

Annett Urbaczka is head of corporate communications at TransnetBW. TransnetBW operates the electricity transmission network in Baden-Württemberg and creates supply security for around 11 million citizens and the strong industry in the "Ländle". Corporate Communications contributes to the vision of the "innovative electricity hub in the heart of Europe" and strengthens TransnetBW's internal and external reputation. Since 2017, she has accompanied the growth and changes in the organisation as head of a project to strengthen the corporate and management culture. She is convinced: "This close integration of communication and organizational development is a stroke of luck for us". And also for the development and establishment of the employer brand.
Diwan

Rotraud Diwan

Managing Director, Hi! Employer Strategies GmbH

Rotraud Diwan is the managing director of Hi! Employer Strategies. The management consultancy accompanies organisations on their way to a strong employer brand. The expert combines know-how from HR, brand strategy and communication with organisational development and transformation. Diwan brings along profound experience from international employer branding projects. She says: "Communication alone does not move enough - it is about a fundamental change in thinking and acting. About attitude. And about actively shaping the interaction between people and organisations. Then an employer promise becomes a brand experience." For more than 10 years, she was the owner of an agency for strategic communication and teaches as a guest lecturer in the Department of Business Psychology at the Fresenius University of Applied Sciences in Hamburg.

Statement:
"Challenges in recruiting are often only the tip of the iceberg. It's worth diving under the surface - that's where the uncomfortable truths often lie. The reasons why people leave the organization. Or are not with fun and commitment to the job. Keyword culture, leadership, employee experience, development opportunities."
<a href="https://www.industrial-generation.network/en/Nicholas-Müller,a3150684"target="blank">Prof. Dr. Nicholas Müller</a>

Prof. Dr. Nicholas Müller

Research Professorship Socio-informatics and Social Aspects of Digitization, University of Applied Sciences Würzburg-Schweinfurt

Received his doctorate in media communications in 2010 and subsequently worked at Accenture as a consultant for training development and social collaborative learning. After his habilitation at the Institute for Media Research at Chemnitz University of Technology, he was offered a professorship in socioinformatics in 2017. During this time, he was primarily concerned with suspense research, emotion modelling and new forms of human-computer interaction. Empirical focus is the acquisition and processing of physiological parameters and the system reactions derived from them.
Kinnert

Diana Kinnert

Faculty member of the European Institute of Exponential Technologies and Desirable Futures Futur/io, publicist and consultant and CDU politician

Diana Kinnert is a politician of the CDU and an independent entrepreneur, consultant and publicist. She also works for various research institutes and think tanks.
Kinnert was born on 16 February 1991 in Wuppertal. Her father is a Silesian late repatriate, her mother was an immigrant from the Philippines. After graduating from high school, Kinnert studied political science and philosophy as well as social sciences at the universities of Göttingen, Amsterdam (NL), Cologne and Berlin.

Kinnert is a member of the CDU since 2009. Since April 2015, she has worked on the staff of the now deceased Vice President of the German Bundestag Peter Hintze MdB (CDU) in Berlin; since July 2015, she has headed his office as a member of parliament. A particular focus of her work was the legislative initiative to liberalise euthanasia.
In October 2014, Kinnert founded the Youth Advisory Council of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation and, at the request of the then CDU Secretary General Dr. Peter Tauber MdB, he became a member of the CDU Federal Commission on the party reform "My CDU 2017". There she chaired the working group youth. The results of the commission's work were adopted at the CDU's federal party conference in December 2015.

Since 2016 Kinnert has been advising various actors in the political process. She supports the Federal Minister for Economic Cooperation Dr. Gerd Müller MdB in his sustainability offensive for the African continent and is involved as an advisor for the Global Perspective Initiative for international understanding and global development founded by Dr. Ingrid Hamm and Stephan Balzer. Furthermore, Kinnert works in projects at the interface of health care and digitalisation, neurodiversity and prison reform.

Since 2018, her political work has focused in particular on the topics of technology, demography, anti-isolation, urbanization and participation. Kinnert calls for a radical renewal of the state system and its architecture, including the governmental and ministerial structure and the civil service.
Bunsen

Prof. Dr. Christoph Bunsen

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering | FHWS - University of Applied Sciences Würzburg-Schweinfurt

After graduation and doctorate in mechanical engineering, many years of experience in line functions and project management in development and construction with increasing management responsibility. Extensive experience in the effective use of CAD / FEM / PDM, process optimization. Head of design and development at a market-leading machine tool manufacturer with over 50 employees. Since 2010 Professor at the FHWS Würzburg-Schweinfurt, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, responsible for PLCM and I4.0 issues.
<a href="https://www.industrial-generation.network/en/Dr-Stefan-Henkel,a3149529">Dr. Stefan Henkel</a>

Dr. Stefan Henkel

Head of Siemens Healthineers IT

Stefan Henkel studierte Wirtschaftswissenschaften an der Universität Bamberg, wo er auch promovierte. Nach seiner Tätigkeit als Assistenzprofessor und freiberuflicher IT-Berater begann er seine Siemens-Karriere im Jahr 1996 bei Siemens Management Consulting in München. Im Jahr 1997 wurde er Direktor für Supply Chain Consulting bei Corporate Procurement and Logistics. Nach weiteren Führungspositionen in anderen Abteilungen wechselte er 2006 zu Customer Services im Healthcare Sektor, wo er für den globalen "Product Support" und "Siemens Remote Service" verantwortlich war. Im Jahr 2010 leitete er den Sektor Transformation Management Office. Im Jahr 2011 wurde Stefan Henkel zum Leiter des Bereichs Customer Relationship Management Operations ernannt. Seit Januar 2014 ist Stefan Henkel Leiter der Informationstechnologie bei Siemens Healthineers (SHS IT). Er ist verheiratet und hat einen Sohn.
<a href="https://www.industrial-generation.network/en/Katja-Schmid,a3144966"target="blank">Katja Schmid</a>

Katja Schmid

Marketing, Verwaltungsrat, Schmid Elektronik AG

After my Bachelor in Event Management & Tourism, I am now venturing a detour into the industry. It inspires me when people can come together and experience something together. With my background in tourism, my passion is to inspire people and create unforgettable, individual experiences for them. Such experiences have already played a decisive role in my last project and have dealt with different people and cultures. Everyone is part of a community, with similar interests and a sense of belonging. Now I find myself in a somewhat foreign environment - the industry - and in B2B marketing I am trying to combine these exciting aspects as a "digital native" and thus reinvent myself and Schmid Elektronik.
Bär

Dorothee Bär

Minister of State and Federal Government Commissioner for Digitisation

Born on 19 April 1978 in Bamberg; Roman Catholic; married; two daughters and one son.

Former scholarship holder of Hanns-Seidel-Stiftung e.V.; studied political science at the Hochschule für Politik in Munich and at the Otto Suhr Institute of the Free University of Berlin; high school diploma in Bamberg at the Franz-Ludwig-Gymnasium 1999; high school diploma in Grayslake, Illinois, USA 1996.

Joined the Junge Union in 1992, joined the CSU in 1994, Hassberg, member of the CSU party executive since 2001, state chairwoman of the RCDS in Bavaria from 2001 to 2003, deputy state chairwoman of the Junge Union Bavaria from 2003 to 2007, deputy federal chairwoman of the Junge Union Germany from 2008 to 2012, since 2008 District Councillor in the Hassberg district, 2009 to 2013 Deputy Secretary General of the CSU, since 2010 Chairwoman of the CSU Network Council, since 2011 Chairwoman of CSUnet, since 2011 Deputy District Chairwoman of the CSU Unterfranken, Deputy District Chairwoman of the Frauen Union.

Member of the Bundestag since 2002; 2009 to 2013 spokeswoman of the CDU/CSU parliamentary group for family, senior citizens, women and youth, since December 2013 to March 2018 Parliamentary State Secretary at the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure, since March 2018 State Minister for Digital Affairs.

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