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The Czech-German Day of Applied Science took place in Prague on 5 February 2019. You can download the presentations from this event here.
Christian Growitsch (Fraunhofer IMWS): Current Trends in Technology Transfer
Václav Velčovský (Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Czech Republic): ESIF Research Support in the Czech Republic
Stefan Kern (Federal Ministry of Education and Research): Funding Programs in Germany
Martin Bunček (Technology Agency of the Czech Republic): Financial support for cross-border cooperation
Veronika Beranová (Ministry of Regional Development of the Czech Republic): Promoting cooperation across borders
Stella Horváthová (Ministry of Regional Development of the Czech Republic): Taking cooperation forward
Ivana Paďourková (University of South Bohemia): Building a knowledge and technology transfer in the border area of the South Bohemia and Lower Bavaria
Radka Bonacková: Bavarian-Czech Academic Agency
Jürgen Koch (Technical University of Applied Sciences Amberg-Weiden): Experiences
Richard Brunner (Czech-German Chamber of Industry and Commerce) and Mathias Eickhoff (ZF Engineering Plzeň): Technology Transfer - finding and understanding an enterprise
The Czech-German Day of Applied Science took place in Prage, co-hosted by the German Embassy and the Government's Office of the Czech Republic. Representatives of both countries from the fields of science, business and public administration shared their expertise and views.