Technology transfer ─ Innovationenfor the industry
The aim of the Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf is to achieve long-term world-class research in the fields of energy, matter and health. We work together in strategic cooperations with partners from research and industry regarding matters of the modern industrialized society.
A transfer of our scientific potential in society takes place through contract researches, licensing and founding of new companies. Even so through the collaborative use of our high-tech equipments and facilities.
Contact to the department of Technology Transfer and Legal Affairs
You want to register a new invention or a patent? You want to know something about legal affairs and contracts? You want to inform yourself about the oportunities of promotions and financing? We look forward to get in touch with you.
The HZDR has a lot to offer - in our research center innumerable ideas, inventions, technologies and methods are developed. We look forward, to create innovative products with partners from economy and industry.
Possibilities for grants
How can Knowledge- and Technology Transfer be supported?
The overview shows the different types of programms to receive support for your F&E-Project.
Our previous success can be presented by our industry-partners at HZDR as well as through our foundings of new companies, promoted transfer-projects and transfer-highlights.
Events: transfer and entrepreneurship
Offers of further education, workshops, talks and seminars in the field of technology transfer - Find out more about the events and offers in Dresden and the surroundings.
Guideline to utilization
To serve the social order and to fulfill the statutory purpose, it is an aim of the HZDR to transfer their research results in the best possible way into society and economy.
Alumni Involvement in Technology Transfer Processes
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf (HZDR) are currently exploring opportunities to enhance technology transfer into society.
The project aims to improve the collaboration between basic research institutions, universities and middle-class companies.