A series of three workshops organised by R-Tech GmbH and funded by Interreg Europe will focus on cross-sectoral topics including electro mobility and energy systems.

The second transnational pilot workshop on 24 February (10am CET) will discuss transnational technology transfer and include experts from the Chain Reactions Consortia, which aims to increase the capacity of industrial businesses for innovation.


Technology transfer workshops are organized by R-Tech GmbH and two partners from Gliwice and Pilsen.

The workshops are open to all Chain Reactions partners and to local Innovation Grow Alliances, clusters, and research and development networks.

The workshops will be structured into a presentation from a local expert, a question and answer session, and a concluding perspective session. In order to maximise the output generated by the workshops and promote the transfer of ideas to practical projects, various methodological tools will be integrated. The focus of the second workshop will be on current hydrogen technologies that largely contribute to mobility. The expected output should include potential business ideas, value propositions and a portfolio of new technological applications with potential.

The speakers for this event are:

  • Dr. Manfred Binder, Project Manager, E-Mobility Cluster
  • Luk Palmen, Innovation and Cooperation Manager, Silesia Automotive and Advanced Manufacturing Cluster, Poland
  • Dr.-Ing Karin Stehlik, Czech Hydrogen Technology Platform (HYTEP)
  • Ulrich Dirr, Initiative Wasserstoff-Region Landshut e.V.
  • Maximilian Giehrl, Innovation Research, E-Mobility Cluster

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