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Centre for Entrepreneurship

Transfer School

How to transfer your research results to application – to the benefit of society, ecology and economy

When?          26th January 2022, 2:00 – 4:30 p.m.
Where?         Zoom
Language?   English

Researchers from TU Berlin and BUA partners are invited to join our compact lecture format, specifically tailored for busy researchers looking for an introduction to knowledge and technology transfer and driven by the desire to generate an impact for people, planet & profit.

Content (Compact Course)

  • Introduction to knowledge and technology transfer
  • Impact-driven innovation
  • Transdisciplinarity – how to involve civil society in your research
  • Technology readiness – when is your research ready to be applied?
  • Intellectual property and patents
  • Collaborations between research and industry
  • Launching a startup

Registration is now open at: transfer@entrepreneurship.tu-berlin.de

Deep Dives

To further expand on the topics in our compact course, we offer you a series of Deep Dive workshops:

  • 9th February, 2022 (2:00 - 5:00 p.m.)
    Patenting your research results at TU Berlin
    speakers: Jeanne Trommer & Dr. Oliver Huth
    (Center for Intellectual Property, TU Berlin)
  • 16th February, 2022
    Chances and challenges for AI-Startups

    speakers: Dr. Susanne Perner & Caro Naomi Stoeckermann
    (Centre for Entrepreneurship, TU Berlin)
  • 23rd February, 2022
    How to initiate joint projects between academia and industry
    speaker: NN
  • 2nd March, 2022 (10:00 - 11:00 a.m.)
    Better together: How to involve society in your transdisciplinary research

    speakers: Dr. Ina Opitz & Angela Osterheider
    (Fostering Knowledge Exchange, Berlin University Alliance)

Deep Dive workshops can be booked at: transfer@entrepreneurship.tu-berlin.de

CfE's Transfer School is supported by the BMBF-funded project Transferwissenschaft.
Speakers kindly join us from TU Berlin's Center for Intellectual Property (ZfgE) and the Office for Science and Society.