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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

Innovation Services Guidebook gathers good practices, which are aimed at academia, SMEs or both, in project partners’ countries and also on the EU level. Principally, it serves as a reference material to 'mediators of innovation' during training sessions and pilot projects. With analyzed transferable aspects and innovation features one can consider adopting good practices or improving already existing services.

Project:FREE - From Research to Enterprise
Countries:Czech Republic, Hungary, Italy, Slovenia
Date:April 2010
Tag(s):Innovation, Labour market, 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

The report is based on the Country Reports on barriers and incentives that were written by the project partners for the purpose of comparison and assesses the observed situations in the different countries. The objective is to draw conclusions regarding the most important factors influencing SMEs compliance within the entire programme region.

Project:ACT CLEAN - Access to Technology and Know-how in Cleaner Production in Central Europe
Countries:Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Slovenia, Slovakia
Tag(s):Cleaner production, SME, Technology transfer, Environment

The “SMEs needs” synthesis report addresses the ‘subjective’ aspects, i.e. the SMEs’ own capacities, conditions for action and voiced demands. The report aims at providing a comprehensive overview of the SMEs in the CENTRAL
EUROPE region regarding their situation and actual performance with regard to compliance with relevant legislation concerning Cleaner Production.

Project:ACT CLEAN - Access to Technology and Know-how in Cleaner Production in Central Europe
Countries:Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Slovenia, Slovakia
Tag(s):Cleaner production, SME, Technology transfer, Environment

The report covers both the SMEs sector in general and the sub-sectors of environmental goods manufacturing and environmental service.

Project:ACT CLEAN - Access to Technology and Know-how in Cleaner Production in Central Europe
Countries:Germany
Tag(s):Cleaner production, Technology transfer, SME, Environment

This report provides information on SME needs, incentives and barriers. The focus of this report is on industry, and specifically on automotive and food industry.

Project:ACT CLEAN - Access to Technology and Know-how in Cleaner Production in Central Europe
Countries:Slovakia
Tag(s):Cleaner production, SME, Technology transfer, Environment

This report analyses the national situation with a specific focus on the three industrial sectors: agrofood, wood furniture and buildings.

Project:ACT CLEAN - Access to Technology and Know-how in Cleaner Production in Central Europe
Countries:Italy
Tag(s):Cleaner production, SME, Technology transfer, Environment

The objective of this report is to provide a general overview of the SME sector in the Czech Republic, focusing on their general needs and issues in relation to the implementation of EU regulations including Answers to the Additional Questions and Additional Information on Best Practices in Czech Republic.

Project:ACT CLEAN - Access to Technology and Know-how in Cleaner Production in Central Europe
Countries:Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Slovenia, Slovakia
Tag(s):Cleaner production, SME, Technology transfer, Environment

This report provides an overview of the current situation in Slovak Republic; SME sector needs are identified and analysed in relation to cleaner production and with regard to the key directives of the European Commission.

Project:ACT CLEAN - Access to Technology and Know-how in Cleaner Production in Central Europe
Countries:Slovakia
Tag(s):Cleaner production, Environment, SME, Technology transfer

The report covers SMEs sector in Austria and gives a general overview of situation of SMEs in Austria

Project:ACT CLEAN - Access to Technology and Know-how in Cleaner Production in Central Europe
Countries:Austria
Tag(s):Cleaner production, Knowledge, Technology transfer, SME

The document provides a large scale, transnational summary of what the FORT partners identified as general priorities and recommendations aimed at fostering a European in-novation culture. The most important policies and best practices that are consistent with the idea of innovation culture development were analysed.

Project:FORT - Fostering continuous research and technology application
Countries:Germany, Hungary, Italy, Slovenia, Slovakia
Tag(s):Innovation, Technology transfer

The most important aim of FORT pilot actions was to induce greater collaboration between institutions on intermediary level and release information flow between them. Based on that, innovative services were developed and their implementation and results demonstrated by performing pilot actions.

Project:FORT - Fostering continuous research and technology application
Countries:Germany, Hungary, Italy, Slovenia, Slovakia
Tag(s):Innovation, Technology transfer

One activity of FORT project focused on development of methods and tools to foster transnational cooperation amongst central European actors; supporting them in a concrete testing and developing Phase. This Follow-up plan is to stimulate the adaptation of FORT activities in other regions.

Project:FORT - Fostering continuous research and technology application
Countries:Germany, Hungary, Italy, Slovenia, Slovakia
Tag(s):Innovation, Technology transfer

NANOFORCE recommendations evaluate the applicability of the regulations in the European Union in the field of research and industry on nanotechnology. They support the European Commission in order to evaluate the current state of guidance (y. 2013) and collect samples of three
nanomaterials of great interest for marketability and provided a data sets of lab analysis. Furthermore recommendations are being given on how to adapt a regular bulk material safety data sheet to the special requirements of a nanoproduct.

Project:NANOFORCE - Nanotechnology for Chemical Enterprises – how to link scientific knowledge to the business in the Central Europe space
Countries:Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Italy, Poland, Slovenia, Slovakia
Tag(s):Innovation, Technology transfer

CEBBIS Best Practice Report collected and analysed best practices from various fields of technology transfer.

Project:CEBBIS - Central Europe Branch Based Innovation Support
Countries:Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Slovenia
Tag(s):Technology transfer, Innovation

Purpose of this report is to prepare a comprehensive and sustainable strategy for diffusing and expanding the future lab model on a broader European basis.

Project:FLAME - Future Laboratory for the Diffusion and Application of Innovation in Materials Science and Engineering
Countries:Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Slovenia, Slovakia
Tag(s):Innovation, Technology transfer

This report presents in more detail the role of knowledge supply- and knowledge value chains in the process of enabling actors primarily from the MS&E sector, but other sectors as well, to internationalise their services.

Project:FLAME - Future Laboratory for the Diffusion and Application of Innovation in Materials Science and Engineering
Countries:Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Slovenia, Slovakia
Tag(s):Innovation, Technology transfer

ACCESS Peer Review Methodology is based on experience with weekly peer review visits of innovation EU experts to a pre-selected ACCESS project partner region, focusing on three sectors Food, Biotech and Mechatronics. THe aim is to help regions to improve their innovation policies by drawing upon best practice developed by other European regions.

Project:ACCESS - ACCelerating regional competitivenESS and sector-based excellence through innovation management tools and techniques
Countries:Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Slovenia, Slovakia
Tag(s):Innovation, Technology transfer