Informatics, TU Vienna

On Smart Factories

The talk will present Infineon's view on smart factories and the necessary ingredients thereof.


Since April 2014 Sabine Herlitschka is CEO of Infineon Technologies Austria AG. She studied Food Science and Biotechnology at the
University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences in Vienna.
She achieved her doctoral degree while doing research in an international biotechnology company. Additionally, Sabine Herlitschka obtained a degree as business technician and MBA in General Management.
Stages in her career include Internships at the U.S. National Science Foundation and the American Association for the Advancement of Science,
vice-rector for research management and international cooperation at the Medical University of Graz as well as Head of the Department of European and International Programmes at the FFG. Before she became member of the Executive Board of Infineon Technologies Austria AG in 2011, she was Fulbright Scholar at the George Washington University and at the John Hopkins University / School of Advanced International Studies in Washington DC (2010). Since 2013, she is also member of the advisory board of TU Wien.

After the talk, there is the possibility for an informal get-together with finger food and drinks.

The Business Informatics Group together with the Faculty of Informatics of TU Wien, the Austrian Computer Society, and the Center for Computer Science invites to the talk.

Contact person at TU Wien: Elisabeth Kotvojs,, +43 (0)1 58801 18804