The Luxembourg Automobility Cluster, in collaboration with ILEA, was pleased to participate at a job fair organised by the University of Saarland on 11 May 2017.

The “Work is fun” job fair provided an excellent opportunity for the Cluster to connect with students, graduates and PhD students from various disciplines, such as systems engineering, material sciences, computer sciences and economics.

The Luxembourg automotive industry visibility was reinforced by the presence of two active members, CEBI & SDAAC which had the opportunity to promote internship offers and career opportunities, while the Hello Future website was supporting Cluster members who were not able to join.

A large number of regional, international companies and start-ups participated to the success of this event in a pleasant and relaxing atmosphere favourable to easy and friendly contacts. Besides the exhibition area, visitors had the occasion to take a look to the “VR Arena” where the latest innovations in Virtual Reality were showcased.

Due to the high demand and success of this first edition, there will of course be a continuation in 2018, and the date has already been fixed. The campus fair will be held next year on 17 May 2018 and the Luxembourg Automobility Cluster will be present with a wider, more visible booth!


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