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CENTRAL EUROPE Output Library

The CENTRAL EUROPE Programme helps to improve living and working conditions in your region. Take a look at the CENTRAL EUROPE Output Library to find out what our projects do.

The Output Library collects (case) studies, surveys, analyses, inventories, guidelines and other interesting products from all our projects. Each output is connected with specific keywords.

Searching for a keyword or clicking on one of them in the tag cloud below will show you a list of relevant documents. 

You can also search thematically according to colour: innovation, transport, environment, energy, demographic change, cultural heritage, cross-cutting topics.


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By analysing and visualising the established R&D relations between organisations and institutions within the CENTROPE region, the analysis provides a characterisation and description of existing R&D networks of organisations.

Project:CENTROPE_TT - Tools for Transnational Innovation Support in Centrope
Countries:Austria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia
Date:February 2010
Tag(s):Innovation, RTD, SME, Technology transfer

Results of analysing the technology transfer situation in CERIM regions in Austria, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia.

Project:CERIM - Central Europe Research to Innovation Models
Countries:Austria, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Slovenia, Slovakia
Tag(s):Innovation, Knowledge, RTD, SME, Technology transfer

Three good practice examples for successful technology transfer in Germany and Hungary.

Project:CERIM - Central Europe Research to Innovation Models
Countries:Germany, Hungary
Tag(s):RTD, Technology transfer

The Innovation Systems Guidebook offers an overview of national, regional and sectoral innovation systems in project partners’ countries along with innovation systems at European Union level. Enhanced with guidelines, the overview allows a critical comparison between innovation systems and an identification of the most relevant factors which enable viability and efficiency.

Project:FREE - From Research to Enterprise
Countries:Hungary, Italy, Slovenia, Slovakia
Date:April 2010
Tag(s):Entrepreneur(ship), Innovation, Knowledge, RTD, SME, Technology transfer

The main goal of the survey was to acquire more in-depth, primarily
qualitative knowledge of the conditions of, and barriers to the development of research in public-sphere science and research
instutions in the South Moravian Region and the transfer of research outputs to everyday practice.

Project:CENTROPE_TT - Tools for Transnational Innovation Support in Centrope
Countries:Austria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia
Tag(s):Technology transfer, RTD, Cluster, Innovation, Knowledge

The major goal of this guide is to support project partners and training providers to design career and technical training that covers the most relevant knowledge areas within a quality framework and in line with European nascent
qualification standards.

Project:FREE - From Research to Enterprise
Countries:Czech Republic, Hungary, Italy, Slovenia
Tag(s):Entrepreneur(ship), Innovation, Knowledge, RTD, SME, Technology transfer

Existing approaches of innovation transfer from clinics to companies and R&D-institutions were evaluated by each project partner in order to learn lessons and integrate the results in IntraMED-C2C.

Project:INTRAMED-C2C - Innovation transfer in the medical sector from clinics to companies
Countries:Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Slovenia
Tag(s):Innovation, SME, RTD, Technology transfer

Evaluation of clinics in the respected regions concerning the potential for inventions and innovations in medicine and medical technology.

Project:INTRAMED-C2C - Innovation transfer in the medical sector from clinics to companies
Countries:Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Slovenia
Tag(s):Innovation, RTD, SME, Technology transfer