30. January 2024 | Note-Blog

Registration: Market-based exploitation of research results

How can research results be turned into a marketable business model? The annual seminar “Technology Business Model Creation” brings students and researchers together to develop innovative products from scientific research results. As part of the seminar, which takes place in the summer semester of 2024, Master’s students develop viable business models for research projects at TU Braunschweig. This year, researchers are once again invited to submit their projects to be turned into business models. Registrations are possible until 16 February 2024.

The combination of high-tech research and customised business strategies can reveal impressive opportunities and solutions. Success stories such as those of Sentics, Formhand and Capical demonstrate the high market potential of high-tech research at TU Braunschweig.

Participants in the event benefit from professional business support in order to transform their research results into marketable products. After the seminar, the results developed by the students can be used to optimise the technology in line with market requirements or for market launch. In addition, the seminar offers the opportunity to gain co-founders with commercial expertise from the fields of industrial engineering and technology-orientated management. The concepts developed can also serve as a basis for applying for EXIST start-up funding of up to €600,000 from the federal government.

  • Participation offers you:
    A customised business model for your technology
  • New impetus for a potential start-up
  • Networking opportunities with researchers, people interested in founding a company and supporters
  • Preparation for applying for EXIST start-up funding

We invite all researchers, especially doctoral students, post-docs and professors, as well as high-tech projects from institutes and research facilities who have developed a technology and would like to found a start-up to participate.

Further information, also for interested students, can be found at https://www.entrepreneurship-hub.org/technology-business-model-creation/. If you are interested in participating, please contact the responsible research assistant Mathis Vetter at m.vetter@tu-braunschweig.de.