Central Institute for Scientific Entrepreneurship & International Transfer (ZIFET)

The Central Institute for Scientific Entrepreneurship & International Transfer (ZIFET) is a central academic institution at the University of Koblenz-Landau. It is located and active on both the Koblenz and Landau campuses and coordinates all entrepreneurial projects and activities in research and teaching. In addition, ZIFET is a central point of contact for all aspects of national and international knowledge and technology transfer.

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Scientific entrepreneurship refers to all value added activities related to the support of university spin-offs. This functional view distinguishes between scientific entrepreneurship and the institutional perspective of academic entrepreneurship. The value added aspects of scientific entrepreneurship start with scientific evidence and extend from the market-oriented idea generation and the team building process to the development of business models and the facilitation of financing. The development and implementation of methods and instruments, as well as institutional structures that support the promotion of university spin-offs, are also part of scientific entrepreneurship.
The scientific transfer of knowledge and technology presently being utilized constitutes an interactive, mutually dependent, and gradual process between a provider and a recipient – in other words, a recapturing system. The roles between provider and recipient can change and generally cover the systems of science and economics, as well as politics and society. With an international perspective, the field of consideration extends to the transfer between nations. For example, lectures and publications, licenses, patents, joint projects, further education, or spin-offs, are classical methods and instruments of transfer. Research evaluation is strongly connected with transfer. Classically, the evaluation of individual research achievements comes to the foreground, as well as the evaluation of research and innovation policy programs and the evaluation of the performance of complete research institutions.
Feb 19, 2019

Ich habe eine Idee!

Sie haben eine Idee? Wir entwickeln mit Ihnen gerne diese Idee weiter und unterstützen bei der Umsetzung! Lernen Sie uns und unser Innovationslabor bei einem Erstgespräch kennen. Wir helfen Ihnen gerne weiter!
Landau, Bürgerstraße 23; Innovationslabor BS 225
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Feb 21, 2019

"startup innovativ" - jetzt bewerben bis 28.02.2019!

Mit „startup innovativ“ fördert das Wirtschaftsministerium Rheinland-Pfalz innovative Gründungen bis zum fünften Jahr nach Unternehmensstart mit mindestens 10.000 Euro bis maximal 100.000 Euro. Das Team der Gründungskultur unterstützt Interessierte Universitätsangehörige bei der Antragsstellung! Am 28.02.2019 endet die Bewerbungsphase für „startup innovativ“. Jetzt anmelden!
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Feb 28, 2019

Ideenwettbewerb Rheinland-Pfalz 2019! Bewerben bis 28.02.2019!

Das Gründungsbüro der Universität Koblenz-Landau lädt alle Studierenden und Mitarbeitenden der Universität ein, sich am Ideenwettbewerb Rheinland-Pfalz aktiv zu beteiligen. Anmeldefrist ist der 28.02.2019!
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Feb 16, 2019

Entrepreneurship Education a Round-the-World – Double Master Degree in Koblenz

Since 2017 a team led by the Vice President Prof. Dr. Harald von Korflesch has successfully established a curriculum for a double master degree in Information Management with a major in entrepreneurship, technology and innovation management (ETI-M) at the University in Koblenz and has signed agreements with six partner universities worldwide - so far.

Feb 16, 2019

Vietnamese Delegation visits ZIFET

A delegation of Vietnamese project partners visited the Central Institute for Scientific Entrepreneurship & International Transfer (ZIFET) on the 2nd of July 2018 in Koblenz to discuss further possibilities of cooperation.

Dec 21, 2016

EXIST IV Project: Björn Höber successfully defends his doctoral work

On the 23rd of November 2016 Björn Höber successfully defended his doctoral thesis dealing with “Firm internal Innovation Contests: Work Environment Perceptions and Employees’ Participation” at the University of Koblenz-Landau.

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