CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
Building dynamic economies that are based on the creative application of human knowledge is currently an aspiration all around the world. As part of this effort, Europe has been investing a lot of resources in different programs (e.g., FP7, ENIAC, H2020, ECSEL, …) to stimulate research and innovation. However, the impact of such programs on the overall European economy is still below the targets/expectations. For instance, the number of startups born from these research programs remains still limited. This workshop aims at discussing means and ways to improve both the industry transfer as well as stimulating people to transfer their knowledge in business ideas and startups. Therefore, the workshop focuses on two main topics: · Transfer to industry: How can we improve the transfer of EU research results to industry? Are the existing schemes and organizations (Artemisia, Eniac, Horizon2020) efficient and effective enough? What kind of research project organisations do we need? Etc. · Start-ups: When should one seriously consider going for start-up? What does it take to start a company? How do I start doing it? How can one minimize the risks? What are your experiences with respect to starting a company?
We look for speakers for the workshop
Come and Share your experience with the HIPEAC community
The workshop is looking for people who are willing to share their experiences and vision with a wider community. The format is very flexible and speakers have up to 20 minutes to tell their story.
More information: https://www.hipeac.net/2018/manchester/schedule/#WSHOP
TETRAMAX is a new Horizon 2020 innovation action and will provide an implementation of the European Smart Anything Everywhere (SAE) initiative in the domain of customized and low-energy computing for cyber physical systems and the internet of things. The total budget of the TETRAMAX project is 7M€ and is coordinated by RWTH Aachen University, with 23 partners, covering almost all EU countries.
TETRAMAX was launched in Sep 2017 and will run for four years.