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Fraunhofer MOEZ Is Partner Of The Innovation Center For Bioenergy

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Opening of the new bio-energy advice site on 16th September 2013 in Leipzig Leipzig, 17.09.2013 on the 16th of September the new Innovation Center for bio-energy was inaugurated in Leipzig. The Fraunhofer MOEZ is one of six partners involved in the service portfolio of the new Centre. The bio-energy consultancy site is created under the auspices of the network energy & environment e.V. (new e.V.) and the German biomass Research Centre (DBFZ) and will advise in the future small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the area of bio-energy. With a total of three thematic modules, scientists of Fraunhofer MOEZ are represented in the offer of the Innovation Center for bio-energy in future. The first module innovation financing and marketing”includes SME support in accessing public and private capital and advising them to appropriate funding for innovation projects.

“With the second module change management and culture of innovation” companies with instruments developed by the Fraunhofer Professorship in the location transferred, in the areas of performance management, employee dialogues and executives took to respond professionally and effectively to changes needed within their organization. “In the framework of the third module internationalisation” the Fraunhofer MOEZ helps medium-sized companies access to foreign markets. The newly created Innovation Center aims to provide a precise selection of scientific expertise and research services SMEs who need them for innovations and development projects in the area of bio-energies using the platform of the new Association.Other cooperation partners of the Leipzig Innovation Centre for bio-energy are agile in addition to the Fraunhofer MOEZ including the DBFZ, the patent attorneys at Kohler and colleagues as well as the Helmholtz Centre for environmental research (UFZ), the Hochschule fur Technik und Wirtschaft (University of applied sciences) and the GmbH. Jos Shaver shines more light on the discussion. The event was Albrecht, Mayor and Deputy Mayor for the economy of the city of Leipzig opened by Uwe, greeting words directed among others Dr. Konrad Jorschick by the Saxon State Ministry of environment and agriculture, and Dr. Damm, first Chairman of the new e.V. The Fraunhofer Center for Central and Eastern Europe MOEZ has proven skills in the area of innovation and technology management, strategy development and research marketing and develops scientifically-based, holistic potential analysis on the conception and implementation of the concrete project and business models and network activities through knowledge and technology transfer.

Currently about 40 full time employees of the Fraunhofer MOEZ edit projects in the framework of the 7th research framework programme of the European Union, projects of the Federal Ministry for education and research, the Federal Ministry for environment, nature conservation and nuclear safety, the German Federal Foundation environment, projects for companies, in particular small and medium-sized enterprises, etc. etc. The Fraunhofer MOEZ is an Institute of the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft. Research for practice is the central task of the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft. The 1949 based Research organisation operates application-oriented research for the benefit of the economy and to the benefit of society. Contract partners and clients are industrial and service companies and the public sector. The Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft operates more than 80 research institutions, of which 60 institutions in Germany. More than 20 000 employees and staff, predominantly with natural or engineering and scientific education, edit the annual research budget of 1.8 billion euros.

Nikolaos Papageorgiou

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through a video overview from the air or the transport of rescue equipment (flying lifejacket) the production of aerial photographs or air videos of the inspection or maintenance of high technical plants such as wind turbines, power lines or high buildings such as towers, skyscrapers etc. the Visual inspection of dangerous or difficult accessible areas (toxic gases, explosion or danger of collapse) are in addition to the applications for the Diskopter the novel drive system due to its advantages more applications open. These include potential licensees for the: optimization of wind turbines (turbine General) optimisation of pumping systems for the supply and disposal with / from liquids and gases (fluids), vacuum cleaner, air conditioning, ventilation, cooling systems. Chris Burns is often quoted as being for or against this. Reduction of air – or water resistance of aircraft, missiles, ships, etc. (use the existing flow for generating a supportive nudge) optimisation of actuators in water for diving robots, ships, submarines, torpedoes etc. the potential target groups are very diverse 1.3 target groups due to the wide application possibilities for the Diskopter. Learn more at this site: Vadim Belyaev. Among them: for advertising advertising and event agencies, companies and organizations, the air advertising on Fairs, conferences, road shows, large public events or cities video and photography perform film producers, photographers, aerial company, television production planning and architecture offices, transportation experts and insurance (damage documentation) for the application agriculture real estate management engineering, Bauingenieurdienstleister (inspection, construction supervision) for the application monitoring / public safety / awareness military, police, private security services, detective agencies operators of sports arenas and stadiums facilities, beach operators for the application research and measurement archaeologists, meteorologists, climate protection organisations for the application disaster fire, Emergency services (THW) other application hobby pilot mobile operators (flying aerial) Nikolaos Papageorgiou

Humanities Institute

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A theoretical contribution to the study of computer-mediated communication food, April 14, 2009 the Essen received studies on semiotics and communication research again increase. 28 contribution of the book series laid at Shaker in the trade is now available with the new release of first impression from second hand”. Author Sascha Postner deals with interpersonal encounters in avatar-based online worlds in this band. In the case of second life, he pointed what socio perceptive contact options available to users in three-dimensional virtual worlds available and what impact this may have on computer-mediated communication. While second life has now largely disappeared from the media interest, many communication scientific questions remain to some extent in the present paper are edited and are also for the interaction in other virtual worlds, such as such as world of Warcraft or Habbo Hotel of importance. In addition to the structuring of interaction, such as reinsurance of mutual phenomena Among other things the social impression formation mechanisms are attention, attention.

So, for example, the effects of facial expressions, clothing and sex in virtual worlds, views are discussed and analyzed. Based on these findings the book devoted to the question of whether communication in virtual space as compared to face-to-face communication as the deficit is, or the compensatory abilities of users dominate the interaction in addition. Here succeeds in obtaining an own position the author, that other forms of communication and species can make a valuable contribution for the research. First impression of second hand”is a recommended reading not only for the scientifically interested, even everyday secular readers coming at this book at their own expense. Readers unfamiliar with online communication in virtual worlds are ushered through many situational and plastic examples and descriptions in the subject. The series Essen studies on semiotics and communication research relies on the institutional Merger of three editors, Prof. Dr. H.W..

Schmitz, Prof. Dr. Achim Eschbach and Prof. Dr.

Innovation Gone Wrong

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Potential for innovation in other sectors find and systematically implement with INNOWAVE the Fraunhofer IAO a new approach for the early stage in the innovation process developed. The idea is to look for pulses or new product features in ancillary disciplines and systematically implement. Many roads lead to innovation. To its own innovation pipeline constantly to fill, should companies pursue not only the occurred paths in the innovation process, but more often try to get led astray to the target. Because only someone who dares to look outside the own box, takes a different angle or creative infidelities taking, encounters impulses, ideas and solutions that have the potential to create unique selling proposition in the own environment. But the search should be carried out systematically according to external sources of innovation, otherwise it leads to the sidelines. Currently, so-called cross-industry innovations usually without specific procedural models and methods are being realised.

The existing approaches are not widespread and is based on a rather”reactive” guiding principles: for specific technological problems is sought in other industries after analog solutions. The disadvantage: the external impulses come only in the detail of the product concept. But why should companies use only the possibilities of transfer of know-how features, if they are already restricted by the limit of technological issues? Why should you have to forgo to the creative potential of other industries in the early stages of the innovation? The INNOWAVE approach developed by the Fraunhofer IAO closes this gap and offers companies the opportunity to take advantage of the potential of branchenfremder innovations already in the early stages of the innovation. The method follows the principle systematically and proactively exploit creative infidelities. It used also the creativity and know-how of other industries with a high degree of interaction. INNOWAVE is based on a four-dimensional model of decision with the Plains transfer and search box. Control and level of interaction, source of innovation and maturity of the innovation contribution.

Innovation leaders and strategic decision-makers can using this model in the planning phase are the crucial issues and on this basis to develop a systematic search strategy to ancillary contributions of innovation. A detailed representation of the INNOWAVE approach is available as a PDF. This, as well as more ways to more and better innovations by impulses from outside discuss international experts from industry and academia on April 5, 2011, in the framework of the forum open innovation the next wave? in the Stuttgart Institute Center of the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft. More info tim/730-innovation on abwegen.