What’s in it for me?
If you are a representative from private, commercial and public organization
- Your questions define the meeting agenda
- Meet academic scientists who can contribute in the process of solving your issues.
- Learn about scientific methods and infrastructure available at the university.
- Gain access to national and international networks of highly qualified scientists
- Discover new opportunities for product- and service development through collaborations and commissioned research.
- Meet doctoral candidates who may be your future employees
If you are a scientist or doctoral candidate
- Meet organizations and learn about their actual need for new knowledge and competence in your own research area.
- Discover how your unique and specific knowledge can be put into use to identify possible solutions to, or even solve, current problems
- Make contacts that might lead to future projects or employment
- Meet other scientists across departmental borders, universities and institutes to discuss issues of common interest
- Get inspiration and ideas that increase the quality of your own research
- Discuss collaborations in various forms.
If you are a university
- Increase the positive impact of your research on society at large
- Strengthen your prowess in the academic world
- Seat your top researchers face-to-face with companies and organisations
- Start more collaboration projects
- Choose themes that best reflect your areas of outstanding scientific merit
- Bring real-world relevance into your research and teaching curriculums
- Secure additional revenues via new university/industry investments