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The new challenging project at the Ruđer Bošković Institute - CapTTict!

Apr 26th 2024
The new challenging project at the Ruđer Bošković Institute - CapTTict!

The project Enhancing capacities for technology transfer, company building and innovations in the field of ICT - CapTTict is granted within the 1st call of the Interreg Danube program of the period 2021-2027.

It is led by the Faculty of Information Technologies of the Czech Technical University in Prague.

Efforts to support technology transfer and the development of a knowledge-based economy will be carried out through collaborations of 16 partners from nine countries: Czech Republic, Germany, Slovakia, Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Romania and Ukraine.

As a project partner, RBI, Laboratory for Machine Learning and Knowledge Representation will use its experience and network of stakeholders also gained through AI4Health.Cro - European Digital Innovation Hub, to contribute to the elaboration of guidelines for the management of higher education institutions and public research organisations on TT in ICT, the methodology for the selection of technologies and the model for a transnational incubation/acceleration program.

CapTTict was launched on 1 January 2024, and the kick-off meeting was recently held in the charming Transylvanian city of Cluj-Napoca. The meeting was hosted by CLUJ IT Cluster and coordinated by Czech Technical University, with the support of UNICO.

We look forward to working with ambitious and optimistic partners from Czech, Germany, Slovakia, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Romania, Ukraine and Croatia (Mreža znanja d.o.o. and the associated partner Hamag Bicro), for the next two years.

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