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Transfer & Cooperation

Innovation through co-operation

Companies, institutions and organisations can generate added value from their collaboration with Landshut University of Applied Sciences in a variety of ways: They benefit from the latest scientific findings, a high level of practical knowledge and practical relevance and the highly qualified graduates of the university. Conversely, the university utilises impulses from practice in order to align its teaching, scientific and further education content with the pulse of the times.

Collaboration with Landshut University of Applied Sciences is worthwhile: companies, institutions and society benefit from joint research projects, the exchange of knowledge and technology transfer, continuing education programmes and contact with students and academics.

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[Translate to Englisch:] Mittels LPBF gefertigte dünnwandige Lattice-Plattenstruktur aus einer Aluminiumlegierung. (Foto: Eva Kollmannsberger, Hochschule Landshut)

[Translate to Englisch:] Hochschulvizepräsident Prof. Dr. Holger Timinger begrüßte die Teilnehmer/innen.

[Translate to Englisch:] Dr. Helmut Straßer, Leiter der VDI Bezirksgruppe Landshut (links) und Prof. Dr. Holger Timinger (Leiter IDP der Hochschule Landshut) freuten sich über die gemeinsame Veranstaltung.

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Promoting cooperation - Institute for Transfer and Cooperation.

Institute for Transfer and Cooperation

The Institute for Transfer and Cooperation (ITZ) serves as the central point of contact for the many opportunities for joint activities in the context of research and transfer at Landshut University of Applied Sciences. Intensive networking with researchers and other contacts at the university, as well as with partners from science, business and society, serves as the basis for promising collaboration.

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Series of events at Landshut University of Applied Sciences.

Specialist events as an instrument of transfer

In its events and event series, the Institute for Transfer and Cooperation (ITZ) brings together experts from science, business and society. The latest findings from research and practice are presented and discussed, and participants benefit from valuable personal contacts.

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Cooperation formats

Cooperative formats

With the involvement of highly qualified professors, doctoral students and employees, the ITZ supports companies, institutions and organisations across universities and faculties. They can derive added value from the co-operation with Landshut University of Applied Sciences in a variety of ways: Developing innovations in joint projects, contact with students and graduates or in commitment to the university.

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Clusters & Networks

Clusters & Networks

The competence networks at Landshut University of Applied Sciences are a valuable instrument for promoting contact between science and industry and exchanging knowledge and expertise. In addition to getting to know potential partner companies, exchanging information and training employees, a wide range of joint projects have been developed by the partners.

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Main research areas

The research focus areas enable cross-disciplinary cooperation and the bundling of expertise at Landshut University of Applied Sciences in subject areas relevant to business and society. Scientific challenges are analysed and addressed from different perspectives. The majority of research projects at Landshut University of Applied Sciences are grouped into the following interdisciplinary research areas: electronics and system integration, energy, data and process science, lightweight construction, medical technology, production and logistics systems, social change and cohesion research.

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Research facilities

Research facilities

Institutes often form the basis for research in specific subject areas. In most cases, professors who are experts in various specialised subject areas come together here to jointly develop new findings. The institutes, with their scientific staff and modern laboratory equipment, serve the transfer of knowledge and technology as well as applied research.

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Scientific management

ITZ organisation team