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MultiScaleHuman Project was presented in CeBIT, the world's largest and most international computer expo. The trade fair is held each year in March on the Hanover fairground. Welfenlab represented the consortium during the event, where the MSH booth aroused great interest among the visitors.

 

 

 

Hall 9

 

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CeBIT 2013 took place between 5th and 9th of March 2013 on the Hanover fairground, the world's largest fairground. This event is one of the largest and most international computer expo in the world and is considered a barometer of the state of the art in information technology. 

 

 

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MSH was part of the common booth of the state of Lower Saxony (Niedersachsen), called “Innovationsland Niedersachen” in the Hall 9, specialized in Research (http://www.cebit.de/produkt/multi-scale-human/344292/B328837).   

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MultiScaleHuman in the common booth of Lower Saxony

The estimated number of visitors is 3 visitors every 5 minutesmaking a total of approx. 3000 visitors, from the first day to the last day.

Welfenlab and persons responsible for whole Lower Saxony booth set a number of appointments with several political representatives of Lower Saxony. List of prominent politics who visited MSH booth during CeBIT is presented below:

- Olaf Lies (Minister of Economy in Niedersachsen)
- Dr. Gabriele Heinen-Kljajic (Minister of Science in Niedersachsen)
- Hans Mönninghoff (Deputy Mayor of Hannover)
- Hauke Jagau (President of the Region of Hannover)

Olaf Lies Olaf Lies

Olaf Lies (Minister of Economy in Niedersachsen)

 

Hans Mönninghoff and Hauke Jagau
Hans Mönninghoff and Hauke Jagau 

Hans Mönninghoff (Deputy Mayor of Hannover, left) and

Hauke Jagau (President of the Region of Hannover, right)  

 

Dr. Gabriele Heinen-Kljajic Dr. Gabriele Heinen-Kljajic
Dr. Gabriele Heinen-Kljajic (Minister of Science in Niedersachsen)

The presence of the MultiScaleHuman Project on one of the largest computer fair in the world assured visibility of the project in the research community, among politicians and among society.