Supporting science and technology projects

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 Consulting and support to the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) for the implementation of the European project JobVehelec – Job opportunities in vehicle electrification (part of the Green Cars Initiative of the European Commission): the project is aimed at identifying new job opportunities in the field of electric mobility and in particular the electrification of road transportation and at stimulating interest and awareness of education and career paths in the field of road transport electrification. The KIT and inno Germany have the task of organizing and carrying out...

Nano zu Makro

Support activities in the framework of the research project Nano-zu-Makro – effective and efficient exploitation of academic research results for achieving innovative processes and products carried out by the Institute of Business Administration at the Department of Chemistry and Pharmacy of the University of Münster (Prof. Dr. Jens Leker) in cooperation with the Institute of Prevention in the Building Sector at the University of Applied Sciences of Karlsruhe (Prof. Dr. Andreas Gerdes) and financed by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research.


GAST – Green and Safe Road Transportation  started as one of the four EU pilot projects initiated in the run-up to the creation of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT, with the aim of identifying and testing efficiently working models of cooperation between research, education and innovation in large European networks. In particular, the project aimed at identifying the framework conditions, properties and structures for innovation supporting cooperations. GAST focuses thereby on the topic of mobility.The project was initiated by the...


Coordination and Project Management activities in the framework of the cross-border mobilityElectromobility project CROME involving a total of 19 contract partners and associated partners from France and Germany. The project aims at experimenting solutions that allow a seamless e-mobility between France and Germany, creating the necessary infrastructure and deriving recommendations for European standardization from the project results.