Located in the innovative environment of "DIE HALLE" in VS-Schwenningen (Germany), the InnovationsNight // HFU-Start-up Night on November 19, 2021 offered a mixed program for founders and people interested in founding.
Within the framework of KTUR, the partners have consolidated their competencies in the field of continuing education and propose application-oriented continuing education courses based on the current needs of the companies in the border region. Explore the world of Machine Learning and put the methods and concepts you have learned directly into use with practical exercises practical exercises on real-world data.
Do you live in the Upper Rhine Region? Are you asking yourself what should be the next step in your career? Join our monthly KTUR Start-up Talk and explore how to turn your ideas into a start-up adventure. Founders will tell you about their different entrepreneurial journeys while international experts will guide you through cross-border support opportunities.
As part of the first trinational event on innovation in the Upper Rhine, the partners of the KTUR project invite you to develop the transfer of knowledge and technology between Germany, Switzerland and France.
Design Thinking workshop for students, researchers and entrepreneurs! In 2 sessions on November 19 (9 a.m. to 1 p.m.) and 22 (2-6 p.m.), participants will experience the entire "need finding phase" of the Design Thinking process and, step-by-step, turn their findings into a business idea.
Around 100 interested people from seven countries attended the digital kick-off on October 9, 2020 to learn more about the current status of the KTUR project and the activities planned for the next two years. Among the participants were numerous representatives from industry, stakeholders from the transfer sector, founders and project participants. The project team consisting of 12 university partners from Germany, France and Switzerland used the online conference to present KTUR for the first time to a broad audience and to exchange ideas with its target group. In small groups, the leaders of the work packages provided information about planned measures and gathered feedback from the participants.