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The JSAP program, which went live in mid-2018, won the Gold Award for Business Transformation in the SAP Quality Awards, presented during a ceremony in Heidelberg, Germany. The initiative -- one of the biggest SAP projects ever undertaken in the automotive distribution sector -- outcompeted entries from across Europe, the Middle East and Africa to become the first by a Saudi company to win the Gold Award in the category.
The tts headquarter is located in Heidelberg, Germany. In addition, tts has offices in eleven cities throughout Europe as well as in North America.
Klaus Buckup is a faculty member of Atos Hospital in Heidelberg, Germany. Johannes Buckup is a faculty member of BG Unfallklinik in Frankfurt, Germany.
Chad Hartigan's "This Is Martin Bonner" (2013) established the director as a subtle, original filmmaking voice attuned to stories of dislocation, and he wrings a more accessible variation on the same theme with "Morris From America," a winsome portrait of an African-American teen adjusting uneasily to his new life in Heidelberg, Germany. Set to the pulsing hip-hop music that fuels Morris' dreams and offers him refuge in a place that can seem friendly and threatening by turns, this coming-of-age dramedy explores, in a character-driven, non-manipulative way, how the challenges of being young, black and misunderstood can be compounded in a foreign environment.
The Macbeth star was born to a German dad and Irish mum in Heidelberg, Germany, before his family moved to Killarney, Co Kerry, when he was two.
The European golf team's captain Carin Koch named Matthew, Caroline Hedwall, Karine Icher and Caroline Masson as her four wild card picks for the biennial match against the United States at the Leon-Rot club near Heidelberg, Germany, from September 18-20.
European captain Carin Koch named Catriona, Caroline Hedwall, Karine Icher and Caroline Masson as her four wild card picks for the biennial match against the United States at the Leon-Rot club near Heidelberg, Germany, from September 18-20.
SABIC has signed an MoU with hte GmbH in Heidelberg, Germany, to establish a satellite laboratory for high throughput experimentation with a view to increasing the Saudi firm's R&D efficiency.
Sanner GmbH, Heidelberg, Germany. www.sanner-group.com or call +49 (0)6221 58609-18
Venue Hockenheimring, near Heidelberg, Germany Number of laps 67 Lap length 4.574km Lap record 1.13.780 K Raikkonen (McLaren) 2004 Schedule - practice three 10am; qualifying 1pm; race 1pm tomorrow TV All live on Sky Sports F1 Circuit characteristics Almost completely flat and with a lack of challenging corners, but a long, gently curving 'straight' before the hairpin provides a good passing opportunity.
A team led by Ian Crossfield of the Max Planck Institute for Astronomy in Heidelberg, Germany, used the Very Large Telescope in Chile to gather infrared light as Luhman 16B rotated on its axis.
In the dissertation for a doctoral degree at the Karl-Ruprechts University in Heidelberg, Germany, he investigates the reasons for the growth of the Pentecostal movement around the world, the implications of that growth, challenges the movement might face, and whether the movement has potential to contribute to academic and theological conversations about faith in a rapidly globalizing world.
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