Technology Transfer Award ceremony on 5.10.: Visit the poster exhibitions

© HZB/Sophie Spangenberger

On 5 October, the best innovation project from HZB will be awarded the Technology Transfer Prize 2021. The award ceremony will be broadcast online from the BESSY II lecture hall from 2 pm. You can already find out about all the submitted projects in our exhibition, which can be found from 21.09 in Wannsee in front of the colloquium room and in Adlershof in front of the BESSY cafeteria.

Eight projects were submitted to the two-stage competition. Based on criteria such as idea, degree of innovation and market potential, a jury will select the projects that will be allowed to present themselves with a lecture on 5 October.

With the Technology Transfer Award, HZB would like to honour special achievements that HZB employees make in this field. An HZB-independent jury with  members of the Industrial Advisory Board will evaluate the projects and annonce the winner. The jury also will take into account an audience vote after the presentations.

Be there online, experience exciting transfer projects and participate in the selection of this year's award winner. We look forward to your participation.

Where: ONLINE event

When: 05.10.2021 at2 p.m.

Please registrater here: TTP2021

Visit our exhibitions:  The projects will be introduced on posters from 21.09. to 05.10.2021 in Wannsee (Kolloquiumsraum foyer) and in Adlershof (in front of the BESSY cafeteria).

You can also find information on the projects here: TTP2021

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