The UmTecNetz-Potential RLP project, funded by the Ministry of Environment, Energy, Food and Forestry, started on July 1st, 2019 at the Birkenfeld environmental campus. The institute for technology management (IBT), the institute for software systems (ISS) and the institute for applied material flow management (IfaS) are involved in the cross-institute accompanying research, which deals with the further development of network structures, in particular using the example of the environmental technology network Ecoliance. Ecoliance is the central point of contact for environmental technology in Rhineland-Palatinate and connects companies, universities and research institutions, municipalities and municipal companies.
Under the direction of Prof. Dr. Henrik te Heesen (IBT), Prof. Dr. Stefan Naumann (ISS) and Prof. Dr. Peter Heck (IfaS), various environmental technology networks are to be analyzed in order to answer the question of how the chances of existing structures can be optimally used and strengths further developed. The network members should thereby continuously benefit from high quality further education, new business cooperations, networking of companies and universities, access to international markets and contacts to possible contract and funding agencies.
To achieve these goals, for example, permanent network knowledge management should be developed and established in order to ensure the transfer of specialist knowledge and experience. In addition, the analysis of visibility through networks and the securing of specialists also play an important role. The project thus acts as an intermediary and brings students and companies together, for example, as part of projects or theses.
|Consortium||Ecoliance Rheinland-Pfalz e.V., Trier University of Applied Sciences (Environmental Campus Birkenfeld)|
|Duration||April 2019 - December 2020|
|Funded by||Ministry of Environment, Energy, Food and Forestry Rhineland-Palatinate|
|Funding amount||€ 340,000|
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