To promote the national and international visibility and interconnectedness of research, education and business, Technopol Wiener Neustadt is implementing the SMART FRAME project (short for "smart framework for small and medium-sized businesses focused on modern industrial technologies").
This publicly funded project has the following aims:
a) SMART knowledge hubs: encourage more cooperation among networked intermediary facilities, industry and research;
b) SMART RTD cooperation: establish a transnational platform for small and medium-sized businesses in the area of RTD (research and technological development) and initiate projects in the five main thematic areas materials, surfaces, sensors, processes and integration;
c) SMART settlement: identify and upgrade the package of services and benefits offered by R&D facilities such as research centers to companies in order to make the business location more attractive, and to best exploit potential synergistic effects;
d) SMART spin-offs: analyze the prevailing framework conditions for spin-offs from R&D facilities in light of cooperation between founding teams and employers, and subsequently create and communicate sustainable approaches for "win-win strategies" in this area.
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Copyright: ecoplus; standing: Sandor Kopacsi (SZTAKI), Radim Kocourek (JIC), Angelika Trochimiak (JTS), Anton Freudensprung (ecoplus), Maria Rosienkiewicz (DPIN), David Janosik (JIC), Piotr Dumania (ITE), Markus Dickerhof (KIT), Mariusz Cholewa (DPIN), Geza Haidegger (SZTAKI). sitting: Daniela Kirchberger (Profactor), Katharina Arnold (KIT), Imre Paniti (SZTAKI), Christian Wögerer (Profactor)
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Copyright: ecoplus; standing: Piotr Dumania (ITE), Mariusz Cholewa (DPIN), Maria Rosienkiewicz (DPIN), Geza Haidegger (SZTAKI), Sarah Kuhn (KIT), Christian Wögerer (Profactor), Radim Kocourek (JIC), Rainer Gotsbacher (ecoplus), Anton Freudensprung (ecoplus), David Janosik (JIC), Sandor Kopacsi (SZTAKI). Sitting: Katharina Arnold (KIT)