Implementation. Progress. Results.

Closed: Call for Expressions of Interest

EEII project partners invite 9 young scientists from Romania, Slovakia and Ukraine to present their proposals and research to potential investors and business partners.

December 4th and 5th we meet in Trieste.

EEII in Steinbeis Transfer Magazine

Four times a year, Steinbeis provide insights into the innovative projects carried out within the Steinbeis Network and looks at the questions currently being investigated through research and development.

Issue 2/2018 reports on EEII.

“GUIDE FOR YOUNG ENTREPRENEURS: AVAILABLE  FACILITIES AND SUCCESS STORIES”

The document shows existing programs and facilities what young entrepreneurs and researchers can benefit from.

About content: start-up initiatives, funding opportunites, networks and much more. 

Project Partners of EEII issue the Guide as a result of an extensive desk research, executed March-June 2018. The analysis creates also the knowledge base for presenting conclusions and recommendations at EEII events. It is also basis for planning the future European Early Innovators Program what will follow to the ongoing initiative.

STEM for Business: PPP in Italy, Germany and Austria – Key success factors analysis

Objective of this report is to presentmost suitable solutions in guiding youth to STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) or in stimulating young researchers to work market oriented. Best practices from Austria, Germany and Italy are analyzed and described. Project partners of EEII executed a desk research to identify relevant programs. Those successful programs are knowledge base for future European Early Innovators Program.

BEST PRACTICE IN PROMOTING STEM – PPP IN ITALY

This presentation of Italian National Prize for Innovation (Premio Nazionale Innovazione) is elaborated as a component of EEII report “STEM for Business”. The international team of EEII analyzed suitable programs in Germany, Italy and Austria. Current document shows objectives, structure and main procedures of the Italian best practice model. Major findings will be embedded in future European Early Innovators Program.

This is not an official document of Premio Nazionale Innovazione.

BEST PRACTICE IN PROMOTING STEM – PPP IN Austria

This presentation of Jugend Innovativ is elaborated as a component of EEII report “STEM for Business”. The international team of EEII analyzed suitable programs in Germany, Italy and Austria. Current document shows objectives, structure and main procedures of the Austrian best practice model. Major findings will be embedded in future European Early Innovators Program.

This is not an official document of Jugend Innovativ.

BEST PRACTICE IN PROMOTING STEM – PPP IN GERMANY

This presentation of Jugend Forscht is elaborated as a component of EEII report “STEM for Business”. The international team of EEII analyzed suitable programs in Germany, Italy and Austria. Current document shows objectives, structure and main procedures of the German best practice model. Major findings will be embedded in future European Early Innovators Program.

This is not an official document of Jugend Forscht.

 

BEST PRACTICE IN PROMOTING STEM – PPP IN GERMANY

This presentation of Jugend Grundet is elaborated as a component of EEII report “STEM for Business”. The international team of EEII analyzed suitable programs in Germany, Italy and Austria. Current document shows objectives, structure and main procedures of the German best practice model. Major findings will be embedded in future European Early Innovators Program.

This is not an official document of Jugend Grundet.

Similar initiatives to best practice examples from Germany, Austria and Italy in guiding youth to STEM – Danube Region

Objective of this report is to present most suitable solutions in guiding youth to STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) or in stimulating young researchers to work market oriented. Best practices from Danube region, besides the ones from Austria, Germany and Italy, are identified. Project partners of
EEII executed a desk research to identify relevant programs. Those successful programs are knowledge base for future European Early Innovators Program