KTUR project ends – successful balance after three-year funding period

The twelve university partners of the pilot project "Knowledge Transfer Upper Rhine" (KTUR) presented the results of the project at the closing event on Thursday, September 22, and looked back on three intensive years of trinational cooperation in the field of knowledge and technology transfer.

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“A very good foundation to take the first steps [..] with ML” – Testimonial from a participant in the KTUR Machine Learning Course

The KTUR team has received excellent feedback on the first cross-border training course on Machine Learning."The workshop was fantastic! It offers a very…

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Support requested: Survey on location conditions and networks in the “Upper Rhine Metropolitan Region

In June, two independently bookable Machine Learning advanced training courses developed within the framework of KTUR were successfully held. The participants of the English-language courses in Karlsruhe (introductory course) and Strasbourg (advanced course) gained insights into application-oriented topics of machine learning and artificial intelligence.

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First cross-border continuing education courses held in June: “a fantastic opportunity”

In June, two independently bookable Machine Learning advanced training courses developed within the framework of KTUR were successfully held. The participants of the English-language courses in Karlsruhe (introductory course) and Strasbourg (advanced course) gained insights into application-oriented topics of machine learning and artificial intelligence.

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4C Accelerator Tübingen: Qualification program for medical life science start-ups and founders

Start-ups and founders from the medical life science and health care sector listen up! Until July 22, 2022, you can apply for the "4C Accelerator Tübingen" of the Medical Innovations Incubator GmbH. The qualification program offers focused training with a successful support concept and increases your "investor readiness"!

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Successful completion of the CE Interreg project CEUP 2030: A joint innovation system for policy making on Industry 4.0 and advanced manufacturing

The KIT Institute of Automation and Applied Informatics (IAI) successfully completes the CE Interreg project CEUP 2030 at the end of April 2022. The project focussed on promoting the joint networking of the research community with decision makers and Industry within the topics of advanced manufacturing and industry4.0. best-practice examples, flagship projects together with a number of strategy documents will support the involved triple-helix stakeholders in implementing current topics such as artificial intelligence or automation in their respective working environments.

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Review of the Innovation Day: A cross-border meeting place for innovators in the Upper Rhine region

On April 12, 2022, close to 1,200 entrepreneurs, researchers, start-ups and students from France, Germany and Switzerland came together for the Innovation Day Upper Rhine in the historical setting of the Palais Universitaire in Strasbourg, while around 200 joined online. With inspiring plenaries and roundtables and a lot of networking opportunities, the event has set the stage to become a major annual meeting place for innovators in the border triangle.

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Online-Workshop: “Learning Orchestra Canvas” – A systemic method for leadership, innovation and responsibility at work

Organizing is a very important skill and orchestrating a complex organization is a very special one. In professionally managed and entrepreneurial organizations, different levels, departments, processes and activities need to be aligned and orchestrated again and again. Stability and flexibility, administration and innovation must be combined and cultivated. The remedy is visual modeling of organizations - an image that can guide those involved and provide them with orientation and identity

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