An alumnus (masculine) or alumnae (feminine) of a university is a former student. Recently, the definition of alumni (which is the plural for alumnus for men and mixed groups and alumnae for women) has expanded to include people who have departed from any kind of organization or program. The words are derived from the Latin verb alere , "to nourish", and literally mean "nourished one".
Alumni networks offer a plattform for subject oriented exchange of experience, knowledge transfer, and cooperation.
Alumni of the Multimedia Communications Lab (KOM) are on the one hand current and former students who completed their diploma- or master thesis at KOM or participated in our lectures, seminars etc. and on the other hand former staff.
We have established the KOM alumni network with the goal to stimulate a scientific and personal exchange between alumni and between alumni and the staff of the lab and to inform the alumni about new technological trends and new developments at KOM.
Your benefits of being KOM alumni are: