Saxon Transfer Roadshow

Successful transfer projects and their history

Successful and exemplary transfer projects are characterized by a high level of motivation on the scientific and entrepreneurial side as well as a high degree of mutual trust. During the Saxon Transfer Roadshow, the participants of the Saxon Transfer Award present their institutions, projects and the motivation of the people behind the transfer success.

The roadshow is aimed at companies that would like to gain an insight into the Saxon research landscape and transfer-related actors. Thus, the roadshow sets new impulses and offers a platform to stimulate joint cooperation between business and science and to learn from transfer projects with model character.

Saxon Transfer Roadshow 2020/2021 at a glance

#1 Transfer Roadshow | 30.01.2020 Fraunhofer Institute for Process Engineering and Packaging IVV Dresden

#2 Transfer Roadshow | DONE: 19.03.2020 Mittweida University of Applied Sciences

#3 Transfer Roadshow |DONE: 07.05.2020 University of Leipzig, Institute for Food Hygiene

#4 Transfer Roadshow | 22.09.2020 Technical University Bergakademie Freiberg / Freiberg Instruments

#5 Transfer Roadshow | 19.01.2021 Dresden University of Technology, Institute of Lightweight Structures and Polymer Technology

#6 Transfer Roadshow | 23.03.2021 Chemnitz University of Technology / Innovationscluster HZwo e.V.

#7 Transfer Roadshow | 05.05.2021 West Saxon University of Applied Sciences, Working Group Integrated Information Systems Zwickau

#1 Transfer Roadshow January 30, 2020, Dresden

From laboratory to market through university high-tech spin-offs - participants of the Saxon Transfer Prize tell their story

Cooperation between university spin-offs and medium-sized companies: The ideal way to finance (growth)?

Through high-tech spin-offs from the scientific community, universities and research institutions make a valuable contribution to the transfer of knowledge and technology to the economy. The cooperation between start-ups and established companies has advantages for both sides. Established companies benefit from the latest research results and start-ups from the market knowledge and market access of medium-sized companies.

To the review (German only)

#2 Transfer Roadshow March 19, 2020, Mittweida

March 19, 2020 - 2. Saxon Transfer Roadshow Mittweida

Universities of Applied Sciences - Innovation Partner for Collaborative Research - Participants of the Saxon Transfer Prize tell their story

Genetic Diagnostics & Biodiversity Conservation

The Saxon Universities of Applied Sciences act as innovation partners for small and medium-sized companies, especially in the region, through various transfer activities or contract research. Through this cooperation, companies without their own research department can benefit from the scientific expertise of the university.

#3 Transfer Roadshow May 7, 2020, Leipzig

Innovations with the craft - Transfer for micro-enterprises - Participants of the Saxon Transfer Award tell their story

Competence cluster for nutrition nutriCARD - Learn more. Eat better. Live healthier.

The transfer from universities has many facets. Cooperation between science and industry does not necessarily mean that extensive research projects will take place. Universities are partners who help small companies to further develop products and services.


#4 Transfer Roadshow September 22, 2020, Freiberg

Transfer as a driver of regional innovation ecosystems

Participants of the Saxon Transfer Prize tell their story

Universities with focused thematic priorities are a driver for the development of a sector-specific regional innovation ecosystem through various forms of transfer. The regional proximity to companies and the long-standing cooperation between science and business create an environment for continuous transfer in the form of technology, knowledge and personnel.

#5 Transfer Roadshow January 19, 2021, Dresden

#6 Transfer Roadshow March 23, 2021, Chemnitz

#7 Transfer Roadshow May 5, 2021, Zwickau

Next event: January 19, 2021 in Dresden

From the laboratory to the market through high-tech spin-off

More information will follow soon.


Successful transfer projects presented

Available in German only.

For any questions, do not hesitate to contact us.

Prof. Jens-Peter Majschak and watttron GmbH

Prof. Karl Leo und senorics GmbH

Prof. Dr. Röbbe Wünschiers der Hochschule Mittweida

Dr. Jan Beyer and Freiberg Instruments GmbH


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