Take part in the first edition of the Innovation Day between Germany, Switzerland and France: An exceptional opportunity to exchange on technology and knowledge transfer in the Upper Rhine, to connect with innovation actors and to discover influential speakers from the world of business, start-ups and research.
One of the goals of KTUR is to intensify the cooperation between the transfer offices of the partner institutions and to create a common trinational network of knowledge and technology transfer. To achieve this, it is essential that the transfer actors get to know each other personally, exchange and learn from each other’s experiences. To this end, a first KTUR staff exchange took place in fall 2021: Dr. Aude Pélisson-Schecker, Innovation Manager at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) in Germany spent several days with team of SATT Conectus, the transfer office for, among others, the French universities of Strasbourg and Haute-Alsace. We interviewed her about this exceptional opportunity.
The KTUR Start-up Talks just wrapped up their second season with three events this semester. Experienced entrepreneurs shared their stories and their learnings to inspire students from the Upper Rhine region to found their own start-ups.
Within the framework of the work package "Scientific Continuing Education" under the leadership of Romina Junk, the first cross-border continuing education course "Machine…
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.
Innovative capability is a decisive competitive advantage, today more than ever. But how do you ensure that innovations are created and can be successfully implemented? At the end of October, KTUR partner DHBW Lörrach and BadenCampus organised a virtual workshop on this topic for deci-sion-makers, innovation managers and students. The result is the go-ahead for the so-called Innopreneur Circle, a special cross-curricular support programme for selected students to acquire innovation skills.
The Special Interest Group (SIG) Industry Partnership came together for the first time on November 24, 2021 to discuss experiences and best practices regarding industry collaborations.
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.