Transfer Possibilities

The HTWG Konstanz - University of Applied Sciences makes its research findings available to industry. For this purpose, different transfer models have been developed that are tailor-made for the needs of companies.

Technology Transfer at the HTWG Konstanz

The HTWG Konstanz - University of Applied Sciences makes its research findings available to industry. For this purpose, different transfer models have been developed that are tailor-made for the needs of companies. Businesses profit from the innovations created in applied research and the HTWG Konstanz benefits from the additional collaborative projects.

The HTWG Konstanz - University of Applied Sciences has set up and successfully carried out more than 400 cooperation, transfer and licensing agreements with companies. Facilities such as the Modellfabrik Bodensee 4.0 and the Open Innovation Lab (OIL) at the HTWG Konstanz are places on campus where transdisciplinary learning and research is carried out. Here innovations in engineering, management and design are tested before being transferred to business and society in general.

The main focus of the research can be seen in the publicly supported research projects.

Link to HTWG transfer strategy (in German)

Link for research projects (in German)

We create innovation

The HTWG Konstanz - University of Applied Sciences is your competent partner for cost-effective and innovative solutions.

  •     Through our joint cooperation, you can benefit from our previously developed innovations. The final result is the technology transfer and your new product
  •     If you have a problem to research: Let us research it for you
  •     We establish the contact to public sponsors and, together with you, submit the grant applications
  •     We have experience in project management

 

Successful projects from the last years prove it:
The final outcome of our cooperation is a new product.

  • Together with an engineering office and a power electronics company, a photovoltaic inverter was developed and built.
  • Together with a pump producer, new material combinations are being researched that will make pumps both cheaper and more efficient.
  • Together with an electronics manufacturer, the efficiency of three-phase AC drives has been greatly improved.
  • Together with a doctor, a gear manufacturing company and a medical device manufacturer, products for bone lengthening are being developed.
  • Together with multimedia companies, textbooks for e-learning and blended learning are being developed and used.
  • Together with IT-companies, German-Chinese business information systems are being developed.
  • Start-ups develop out of research projects and are connected via cooperation and license agreements with the HTWG Konstanz.

Technology transfer – institutions and affiliated research institutes

  • HTWG Start-GmbH

    Technology Transfer Society
    at the HTWG Konstanz - University of Applied Sciences.

    Alfred-Wachtel-Straße 8
    78462 Konstanz, Deutschland

    Link to the HTWG Start GmbH website

  • Technical Academy Konstanz gGmbH - TAK

    Society for Scientific Continuing Education
    at the HTWG Konstanz - University of Applied Sciences.

    Alfred-Wachtel-Straße 8
    78462 Konstanz, Deutschland

    Link to the TAK website

  • Lake Constance Business School GmbH - LCBS

    Scientific Continuing Education at the HTWG Konstanz
    Reichenaustraße 1
    78467 Konstanz, Deutschland

     

    Link to LCBS-Website

  • Institute for Material Systems Technology Thurgau - WITg

    Institute for Material Systems Technology Thurgau -
    WITg at the HTWG Konstanz - University of Applied Sciences

    Alfred-Wachtel-Straße 8
    78462 Konstanz, Deutschland

    Link to WITg website

  • The Steinbeis Foundation for Economic Development (StW)

    The Steinbeis Foundation’s Transfer System
    in connection with the HTWG Konstanz - University of Applied Sciences Konstanz

    Haus der Wirtschaft
    Willi-Bleicher-Straße 19
    70174 Stuttgart, Deutschland

    Link to the Steinbeis-Stiftung website