SATIS project is about to start

Parts of the SATIS project team from Bremen University were invited to the 6th international conference of ESES (Egyptian Society for Environmental Sciences) 2015 on “Genetics, Biotechnology and Sustainable Development in Safe Environment” (2.-4.2.2015). Prof. Hartmut Köhler and Dr. Thomas Buse from the UFT at University of Bremen and Dr. Michael Boronowsky from the TZI – Innovation Capability Center  at University of Bremen.

Prof. Raouf Mustafa and Dr. Michael Boronowsky are meeting to formally start the SATIS project.

Prof. Raouf Mustafa and Dr. Michael Boronowsky are meeting to formally start the SATIS project.

Prof. Köhler was invited by Humboldt Foundation to chair the opening session of the conference and to present his research regarding ReviTec (Effective university cooperation in combating soil degradation and desertification – Germany, Cameroon, Egypt) and Dr. Buse was presenting his research. Dr. Boronowsky was invited from Humbold Stiftung and DAAD to Suez Canal University to present the new DAAD projects RAMSES and SATIS projects coordinated by University Bremen in the opening session of the conference. The topic of the presentation was “Innovation capability and ISO/IEC15504 innoSPICE – an European Perspective – Universities as Actors in the Regional Innovation System (you can download presentation here ).

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About Michael

Michael Boronowsky is Managing Director of the Innovation Capability Center at the Center for Computing Technologies, University of Bremen (Germany). After his Diploma in Electrical Engineering at University of Applied Science in Aachen, Michael became leading development engineer in a measurement device company. During and after his study he was responsible to coordinate research cooperation and to integrate research results into the development of innovative products. He went back to university and studied Computer Science in Nijmegen (Netherlands) and received a Master in Computer Science in 1995. Since this time he is working at the University of Bremen in different roles. After he had finished his PhD he became managing director of the TZI. Throughout his career he was interested to be an actor within the science-industry interface and he became an international expert in the field of knowledge- and technology transfer. He is part of the team that has initiated the ISO/IEC 15504 based model innoSPICE. His interest is to establish standards in knowledge intense institutions, to support generation of efficiency gains in the field of innovation and to help investors and research institutions to optimize public funds to achieve economic added value.

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