Annual Report 16/17

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Studies

Some of the studies below are only available in German.

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RECOMMENDED READING: Machine Learning: Competencies, Research, Application

 

Dr. Dominik Hartmann

Diversification of Knowledge

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Successfully Using the Economic Potential of Research Work

Funding policy can help scientists to identify and successfully exploit the economic potential of their research work at an early stage. Until now, an inventory of the extensive program landscape in Germany was missing. Such was the motivation for the study “Ways to Strengthen the Economic Application of Science. Lessons from Funding Policy Practice”.

Global Competition in Microelectronics industry from a European perspective: Technology, markets and implications for industrial policy

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Knowledge and Technology Transfer in the Leipzig Region

On behalf of the AG Regional Conference in the spring of 2013, the Leipzig Fraunhofer Center examined the state of knowledge and technology transfer in the Leipzig region. The focus was on the analysis of existing transfer structures in the region, the view of strengths and weaknesses as well as the corresponding opportunities and challenges.

 

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Evaluation of Funding Measures: team-based market research

In a comprehensive study, the Fraunhofer IMW investigated funding policy experiences with the support of public research application projects.

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Study on the Impact of Selected Structural Factors on the Forest-Based Sector in the European Union

Together with the University of Freiburg, the Leipzig Fraunhofer Center has published a study on the impact of selected structural factors on the forest-based sector in the European Union. The study was written as part of the European cooperation project INTEGRAL.

 

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The Impact of Climate Change on Historic Buildings

Fraunhofer IMW presents the results of the EU project “Climate for Culture” with the brochure “Climate for culture - built heritage in times of climate change”. “Climate for Culture” is a flagship project of the Leipzig Fraunhofer Center. Over five years, a consortium of 27 partners from 14 countries examined the effects of climate change on the interiors and art collections of historic buildings.

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Driving and Inhibiting Factors in Vocational Training Export from the Perspective of German Suppliers

The Leipzig Fraunhofer Center, together with the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) has carried out the research project “Metaproject in the pilot phase for the main focus on vocational training export through German providers: driving and inhibiting factors”.

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Support Structures and Funding Approaches of Selected Anglo-Saxon Countries in Vocational Training Export

The study was developed in the context of the research project “Metaproject in the pilot phase for the main focus on vocational training export through German providers: driving and inhibiting factors”, which was carreid out by Fraunhofer IMW and the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF).

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Study on the participation of the Central and Eastern European EU Member States in the FP7

The Fraunhofer IMW published a study on the participation of Central and Eastern European EU member states in the 7th Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development (FP7) of the European Union. The study provides important insights into the reasons for the different levels of participation of the individual states and provides recommendations for increased participation in the FP7. The client was the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF).

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Study on Broad Innovation Networks

On behalf of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), Fraunhofer IMW analyzed determinants, success factors and innovation policy starting points for supraregional and interdisciplinary innovation networks in the former East German states. The aim was to present new options for action to strengthen East German innovation.

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Study on Creating an Organized IP Rights Market in Europe

Through intellectual property rights (IP), the concept of an organized IP rights market is becoming increasingly important. Not least from a geo-strategic perspective, Europe needs to become aware of the future role it seeks in this global phenomenon.

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Study on Creating a Financial Market for Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) in Europe

The EU project “Creating a financial market for Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) in Europe” examined the opportunities and risks of developing an intellectual property market, with a particular focus on patents, at the European level. In a large study, the central research results have now been published.