German speaking CDISC User Group German CDISC User

German speaking CDISC User Group German CDISC User

German speaking CDISC User Group German CDISC User Group Intro German speaking User Group September 11, 2015 German speaking CDISC User Group German speaking User Group origins... German speaking CDISC User Group

Member State Austria Republic of Austria (1918 / 1955) constitution, covers area of ~84t km (~32t mi) Population: 8,5 million, official language: German Capital and largest city is Wien (~ 1.7 2.6 million) Cultural goods: Music: Mozart, Haydn, Liszt, Schubert, Strauss, Karajan Art: Hundertwasser, F. G. Waldmller, Hans Makart, Gustav Klimt Famous: A. Schwarzenegger, Billy Wilder, C. Jrgens, C. Waltz, C.M. Brandauer Literat.: Franz Grillparzer, Rainer Maria Rilke, Adalbert Stifter, ... Others: Apfelstrudel, Kaiserschmarren, Stroh Rum, Sacher Torte, Tafelspitz, Mozartkugeln, Wiener Schnitzel Science: F. Porsche, S. Freud, Paracelsus, Wittgenstein

Sports: All sorts of Skiing, Bobsleigh, Ski-Jumping, Luge, Skeleton 3 German speaking CDISC User Group Member State Switzerland Suisse Confederation (Confoederatio Helvetica: 1-Aug-1291 Swiss National Day) Federal directional republic, includes 26 cantons, area of ~41t km (~16t mi) Population: ~ 8 million (multi linguistic: French, Italian, German, Romansh) capital city is Bern - largest city is Zrich red cross, UN and CERN in Geneva Cultural goods: Artists: Arthur Cohn (8 Oscars), Ursula Andress, Rock Band Krokus Literat.: Max Frisch, Friedrich Drrenmatt, Gottfried Keller, Johanna Spyri (Heidi)

Other Goods: Premium Chocolate, Premium Cheese (Grure, Emmentaler), Fondue, Raclette, Rsti, Edelweiss, Alphorn, Yodeling, all sorts of Financial Business (Banks) Sports: Skiing, snowboarding and mountaineering are among the most popular sports in Switzerland, all sorts of alpine and winter sports, Bobsleigh, Luge, Skeleton, Tennis (e.g. Roger Federer, Stan Wawrinka) 4 German speaking CDISC User Group Member State Germany Federal Republic of Germany (1949, reunion East and West 1990)

includes 16 constituent states, covers area of ~357t km (~138t mi) Population: 80.7 million (most populous member state in the European Union) capital and largest city is Berlin (~ 3,5 million) Cultural goods: Folk festival traditions (Oktoberfest, Munich, Bavaria) and Christmas customs as Christmas markets, Christmas trees and Stollen cakes Music: Beethoven, Bach, Haendel, Schumann, Wagner Art: Albrecht Drer, Paul Peter Rubens, C. David Friedrich, M. Liebermann Literat.: Goethe, Schiller, Eschenbach, Fontane, Broths Grimm, Mann, Hesse ... Other Goods: Beer, Weisswrste, Heidelberg, many, many Castles (e.g. NeuSchwanstein, Sans Soussi), Timber Frame Houses, Roman monuments Soccer World Champion in 2014 (most popular sport) 5

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