The consortium partners introduce themselves

Institute for Applied Informatics (InfAI) 

As a recognized affiliated institute of the University of Leipzig, it conducts independent and application-oriented research on the one hand, while on the other hand it is known for its flexible, problem- and business-oriented approach and its ability to shape transfer processes between science and industry. For these transfer processes, the InfAI provides market-oriented development and consulting services based on innovative research results.

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Contact: Ingolf Römer


Innovation Hub

simul⁺ is a network and a platform. It reflects the topics and goals of the Saxon State Ministry for Regional Development and has a cross-departmental and cross-departmental character. Together with regional partners, we work on initiating and promoting future projects. Our vision is smart regions, whereby the term smartness encompasses a technological and economic as well as an ecological and social dimension.

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Contact: Sebastian Wenz

Smart Systems Hub

The Smart Systems Hub is one of the largest innovation centers in Europe. We support companies and organizations in innovating their processes and implementing new technologies. Supported by a strong network of over 600 partners and with know-how in various key technologies, we create system solutions tailored to the individual needs of our customers.

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Contact: Michael Kaiser

SpinLab - The HHL Accelerator 

SpinLab - The HHL Accelerator is a multi-awarded startup accelerator that supports the growth of entrepreneurial and innovative teams looking to grow their business.  We pride ourselves on our no-nonsense approach and work hard every day to ensure our startups get the resources and guidance they need.

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Contact: Eric Weber

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