Working in or together with an industrial company differs from an academic research environment. Companies have different goals, processes and business cultures. As an academic researcher you can benefit from a better understanding of these companies.
Innovations are important for industries to incorporate new product development that takes, for example, circular economy into account. But how is innovation organised in large, medium sized and small companies?
This course will create awareness for the business aspects of innovation, and will address working in an industrial innovation environment and the value and organization of industrial-academic collaborations. With this course, M2i and 4TU.HTM strive to better prepare their researchers for their future careers in industry or academia.
During this course you will:
There will also be plenty of room in the programme for social interaction.
This course is mainly meant for Post-docs and PhD's in the later stages of their research project on a materials innovation related subject.
|Cursusleider(s):||Dhr. Kamminga (M2i Materials innovation institute)|
|Cursusdata:||28, 29 and 30 October 2020|
|Dagindeling:||day 1: 11:00 - 21:00
day 2: 9:30 -21:00
dag 3: 9:00 - 17:00
|Locatie:||Heeze, the Netherlands|
€ 1.350,00 excl. btw
Price includes alle course materials and catering and 2 overnight stays. This course is paid by M2i and 4TU if you are in the M2i or 4TU PhD programme. If this applies, please declare this when registering
|In samenwerking met:||M2i and 4TU|
|Dit programma wordt in het Engels gegeven.|
Day one (11am - 9pm)
Day two (9.30am - 9pm)
Day three (9am - 5pm)
* Due to Covid-19 measures, the group will be split in two. The group visiting Signify on day one will visit Holst Centre on day two, and vice versa.