Achieve more together!
The Saxon Transfer Network unites about 80 institutions (research institutes, universities, chambers, business development agencies) from all over Saxony and enables the personal exchange of experience between transfer actors on the topic of knowledge and technology transfer. To this end, network meetings on transfer-relevant topics are held every six months at the partners of the Saxon Transfer Network. The external presentation of the transfer community creates transparency for companies, supports the initiation of cooperation and increases the efficiency of knowledge and technology transfer processes.
Added value of the Saxon Transfer Network
- regional and institutional exchange of experience between the transfer actors (network meetings)
- Clear presentation of transfer offers and the respective contact persons (network map)
- Creating transparency and bundled access for companies
- Development of a trusting transfer culture through personal exchange
Advantages of the network partnership
- Increasing the visibility of the network partners by presenting the institution in the Saxon Transfer Network, in the Saxon Transfer Network Interviews as well as regular contributions in the social media and newsletters
- Presentation and support of innovation and transfer projects by futureSAX
- Organization of Saxon transfer network meetings
- Exhibition space in the "Ready to Transfer" area at the annual futureSAX Innovation Summit
- Active involvement in futureSAX events like the Saxon Transfer Forums and the futureSAX Innovation Forums
- Publication of all transfer relevant events in the futureSAX calendar
- Contact and cooperation initiation to the start-up partner network, alumni network, and investor network
- Involvement as a juror e.g. for the Saxon Transfer Award
Your contact at futureSAX
Project Manager Research & Transfer
After his studies of international politics, law and economics at the University of Leipzig, Ronny Kittler focused on knowledge and technology transfer. Initially oriented towards the international dimension, he worked at the United Nations in New Delhi, the European Parliament in Brussels and the European Commission in New York. Subsequently, he dedicated himself to the exploitation of research results in consulting projects at a Karlsruhe-based consulting firm for the development of new business ideas, especially in the field of research, and for seven years as a research assistant in international project work at the DBFZ German Biomass Research Centre in Leipzig.