The brochure presents practical examples of the technology and knowledge transfer at the HZDR.

Partners in technology transfer

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Technology Transfer ─ Innovations for Industry

Research at the HZDR makes major contributions to improving cancer visualization and treatment, the sustainable use of resources, and a better understanding of matter and materials. To ensure that our ideas are applied swiftly, we cooperate with industrial partners and clinics, license our technologies to companies and launch new firms. We also pass on knowledge and expertise by opening our research facilities to third parties for joint use, making data available to others, and providing consulting services.

The Department of "Technology Transfer and Innovation" bundles all the skills and support services at the HZDR that are essential for succesful technology transfer – ranging from patent, innovation and contract management to technology marketing. 


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Helmholtz Innovation Labs at the HZDR for the development of long-term industrial cooperations

Since the beginning of 2020, independent research and development units have been set up at the HZDR in close cooperation with companies and other scientific institutions in three so-called Innovation Labs. The HZDR is thus expanding its opportunities to test new technologies and fields of application and make them usable for industry.

  • BlitzLab is dedicated to the ultrashort thermal treatment of materials with flash lamp and laser annealing. The technology, which exposes materials to very high temperatures for nanoseconds to milliseconds, promises massive energy savings and the creation of new material structures.
  • CLEWATEC stands for CLean WAter TEChnology Lab and is concerned with novel, sustainable technologies for flexible and resource-saving wastewater treatment. The focus is on the recovery of valuable resources in wastewater, advanced measurement and analysis techniques, and the energy efficiency of all processes.
  • FlexiSens is developing a manufacturing process for novel magnetic field sensors in miniature format. The sensors, which measure just a thousandth of a millimetre, are applied to ultra-thin, flexible substrates and are suitable for a wide range of new applications - from electromobility to facade construction.

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Contact

Would you like to regis­ter an invention or apply for a patent? Do you require ­information on legal issues, contracts, or funding and financing options? We are happy to help you.
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Technology Services

The HZDR has a lot to offer – a wide range of ideas, inventions, ­techno­logies and processes are developed at our research center. We are happy to work together with industrial partners to create innovative products.
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Funding Opportunities

O­verview of funding programs for your R&D project.
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Transfer Projects

Current projects in the area of knowledge and technology transfer, in which the HZDR is involved.
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HZDR Innovation Fund

The internal fund was established in 2016 to provide support for validation and spin-off projects.
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Transfer Examples

Selected transfer highlights and thriving spin-offs from the HZDR.
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Technology Transfer and Spin-Off Events

Advanced training courses, lectures and seminars in the field of technology transfer – find out more about what is on offer in Dresden and the surrounding area.
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The HZDR Exploitation Guideline

In order to fulfil its societal remit, one of the HZDR's aims is to optimize the transfer of its research findings to the economy and society.
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Contact

Dr. Björn Wolf

Head Technology Transfer & Innovation
Head HZDR Innovation GmbH
b.wolfAthzdr.de
Phone: +49 351 260 2615

 
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