Tag Archives: Research & Technology

A Pen, Some Paper and an Idea to Shape the Future

There has been life on Earth for around 3.5 billion years. The first microscopic single-celled organisms resided in the world’s oceans and gradually developed into complex, multicellular organisms, from dinosaurs in the beginning to mammals as we know them today.


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Artificial Intelligence: Changing the World for the Better

Alexander studied IT and earned his PhD at the Friedrich Schiller University (FSU) in Jena. In 2016 he began working in Central Research at ZEISS in Jena, where he focused primarily on artificial intelligence (AI) and worked with his colleagues to find ways of making ZEISS systems even more intelligent.


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ZEISS Experience Day: Focusing on Innovation

ZEISS has always been synonymous with innovations. The same is true of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). As befits this connection, the ZEISS Experience Day was held in Oberkochen in cooperation with the Karlsruhe School of Optics & Photonics on 5 December. Both German and international students from KIT had the opportunity to speak at length with employees and managers while also learning what it’s like to work at ZEISS.


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When Tomorrow Becomes Today

Research at ZEISS is in a position to shape the future – and it’s set to do just that. For physicist Michael Totzeck, that means observing and assessing trends. He sees great opportunities in one particular area: quantum applications. Here’s a day in the life.


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