Innovation at the Upper Rhine: Networking possibilities for Companies at the Project KTUR

A network overarching multiple federal states and colleges as well as a more intensive transnational collaboration in research and development between science and business: With this goal in mind, the trinational pioneer project “Knowledge Transfer Upper Rhine” (KTUR), which was funded by the European Union, was kicked off in 2019.

An intensive and sustainable knowledge- and technology transfer is the goal of the KTUR project. Image: ©iStock.com/PeopleImages

An intensive and sustainable knowledge- and technology transfer is the goal of the KTUR project. Image: ©iStock.com/PeopleImages

Concrete measures as well as results from the first year of the project’s runtime were being presented by partners at the digital launch event on Friday, the 9th of October. Representatives of various companies are cordially invited to join the event. The detailed agenda as well as the registration options are available via www.irm.kit.edu/ktur.php.

The launch event is one of many different opportunities for companies from the region of the Upper Rhine to get information about the project, become a part of the network and to contribute their experiences and desires about the project early on. In this way, they can do their part in creating a modern proposal in the areas of technology- and knowledge transfer, which are perfectly adapted to the needs and desires of businesses. From now on, information will be given out by the project regularly via https://www.linkedin.com/showcase/ktur and via the new website www.ktur.eu. There, you can also subscribe to the KTUR-Newsletter and get information on events of the project as well as on multiple other providers from the region.

The partners of KTUR include twelve universities and colleges of the upper Rhine region, among them the University of Koblenz-Landau with the Central Institute of scientific Entrepreneurship & international Transfer (ZIFET). Throughout the last twelve months, the project team, in exchange with network partners, platforms, economic development, the chambers of industry and commerce and various companies, identified Best-Practice-Solutions and defined potential for improvement for the collaboration between science and business. The pilot measures, which were derived from this are now being put into action and evaluated with the involvement of around 100 companies.

The EU financially supports KTUR as a part of the program INTERREG V with 1.6 million Euros. On the Swiss’ side, the project is supported with federal- and canton funds.

 

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Press Office Campus Landau

Kerstin Theilmann


Datum der Meldung 01.02.2021 08:00
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