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Technologie-Transfer in der Deutschen Hauptstadtregion Prof. Dr. Andreas Timmermann Wildau, 17.8.2012.

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1 Technologie-Transfer in der Deutschen Hauptstadtregion Prof. Dr. Andreas Timmermann Wildau,

2 Prof. Dr. Andreas Timmermann

3 Technologie-Transfer in der Deutschen Hauptstadtregion Haupstadtregion Deutschland Technologie-Transfer – Idee – Anspruch – Realisierung Wissenschaftslandschaft Berlin-Brandenburg Technologie-Transferstellen IQ Brandenburg Förderprogramme – Probleme – Konkrete Beispiele

4 Technologie-Transfer in der Deutschen Hauptstadtregion Hauptstadtregion Deutschland Berlin + Brandenburg (= Beijing + Hebei) Annähernd identisch in anderen Regionen

5 Cottbus Frankfurt/O. Potsdam Branden- burg/Havel Berlin Hauptstadtregion Berlin-Brandenburg in der Mitte Europas B R A N D E N B U R G

6 Cottbus Frankfurt/O. Potsdam Branden- burg/Havel Berlin Belzig Luckenwalde Herzberg Senftenberg Forst 7 Universitäten 21 Fachhochschulen 176,000 Students > 250 Forschungsinstitute 23 Technologiezentren Wissenschaft, Forschung & Entwicklung in der Hauptstadtregion Deutschland B R A N D E N B U R G

7 Hauptstadtregion Berlin-Brandenburg in der Mitte Europas Zugang zu mehr als 200 Millionen Verbrauchern innerhalb 1 Tages Berlin

8 Design-Center Internationale Firmen, Investoren in Berlin-Brandenburg

9 Technologie-Transfer Idee: Neue Formen der Kooperation zwischen Wissenschaft und Hochschulen Unterstützung durch Förderprogramme von Land, Bund und EU Akzeptanz an Hochschulen und in Unternehmen Kreatives und funktionierendes Umfeld

10 Regionaler Technologie-Transfer Jede Hochschule hat eine eigene Technologie- Transferstelle Die Technologie-Transferstellen bilden ein gemeinsames Netzwerk Technologie-Zentrum(-Zentren) in unmittelbarer Hochschulnähe Passende Förderprogramme

11 Technologie-Transferstellen Information über die Leistungen der Hochschule – Forschung und Entwicklung – Lehre – Weiterbildung Marketing der Angebote Sondierung der Nachfrage in Unternehmen Projektmanagement Informations-Brooker

12 Unterstützung des Transfer-Prozesses Förderprogramme für – Personal-Transfer – Forschung- und Entwicklung – Gründerunterstützung (Start-Up) Technologie-Zentren Veranstaltungen, Messe-Teilnehmen, Kongresse, Wettbewerbe etc. Weitere Maßnahmen: z.B. An-Institute, Transfer-GmbH

13 Technologie-Zentren In allen Landkreisen Brandenburgs und in Berlin In unmittelbarer Nähe zu Hochschulen Vielfältige Unterstützung für Gründerfirmen Spezifische inhaltliche Ausrichtung – Biotechnologie – Luftfahrt – Energie

14 Probleme Zusammenwirken vieler Akteure Wissenschaftsministerium Wirtschaftsministerium Hochschulen Wirtschaftsverbände Selbstverständnis der Wissenschaft Freiheit von Forschung und Lehre vs Auftragsforschung Konkurrenzsituation im Umfeld Anforderungsprofil der Transfer-Stellen und des - Personals

15 Konkrete Beispiele: Tausende Gründerunternehmen in Berlin- Brandenburg Hunderte Kooperationsprojekte Wissenschaft- Wirtschaft Laser Medizin Zentrum Berlin GmbH (gegr. 1985) BBAT AG Berlin Brandenburg Aerospace Technology AG WIT e.V. Wildau Institute of Technology e.V.

16 One of the most modern infrastructures in Europe smart and fast network of Autobahns Three international airports all European Capitals daily fast growth Railway system completely modernised 1 h to VW 1,75 h to KOTRA Hamburg 1 h to Poland Berlin

17 Telecommunication highest density of fibre connections within Germany Fresh and waste water supply New facilities in entire area, capacity for large users. Electrical energy and Gas supply Quality of electricity and gas is of a unified standard; capacity for larger users. Investments in infrastructure

18 More than 500 castles, parks, palaces, churches - eg. Sanssouci, Babelsberg and Cecilienhof, Charlottenburg, Berliner Cathedral More than 130 theaters; 3 opera houses; numerous symphony orchestras; Berliner Philharmoniker; more than 220 museums About 3,000 lakes and 6.2 mill sq.mi.of woods; beautiful countryside 18 golf-courses Unique scene for international artists ….. A breeding ground and a magnet for creative talent Berlin-Brandenburg - a heaven for culture and leisure

19 Frankfurt/O. Elsterwerda Rangsdorf Prenzlau Fürstenenwalde aleo solar AG Algatec Solar Conergy AG First Solar Johanna Solar Technology Nanosolar Odersun AG PVflex Solar Solon AG Sulfurcell Projekte in Arbeit Brandenburg a.d. Havel Berlin Photovoltaic-Competence – a completely new industry Senftenberg Luckenwalde Kolkwitz

20 Cottbus Frankfurt/O. Brandenburg/ Havel 9,000 companies 120,000 employees 11.5bn sales Examples in Brandenburg Cottbus Frankfurt/O. Potsdam Branden- burg/Havel Berlin Askania Media in Potsdam-Babelsberg Cartoon Movie (Animation)in Potsdam-Babelsberg ebay Kleinmachnow German Filmschool of digital production in Elstal Hasso Plattner Institute in Potsdam Institute for High Performance in Frankfurt/Oder Media-City in Potsdam-Babelsberg Microelectronics in Frankfurt/Oder Oracle in Potsdam Timebandits Filmverleih in Potsdam-Babelsberg Ufa Film & TV-Produktion in Potsdam-Babelsberg ICT & Media – again the creative center of Germany B R A N D E N B U R G

21 150 companies & institutes 7,000 employees 2.5bn exports Frankfurt/O. Examples in Brandenburg Cottbus Frankfurt/O.Potsdam Brandenburg/ Havel Cottbus Frankfurt/O. Potsdam Branden- burg/Havel Berlin Mobility – the talent base has attracted big names Berlin Brandenburg International Airport Schönefeld Bombardier Transportation Hennigsdorf Pratt & Whitney Ludwigsfeld Lufthansa Technik Schönefeld MTU Ludwigsfelde Rolls Royce Dahlewitz Stemme Strausberg B R A N D E N B U R G 6

22 90 companies & institutes 22,000 employees 3 bn sales Cottbus Frankfurt/O. Examples Cottbus Frankfurt/O.Potsdam Brandenburg/ Havel Cottbus Frankfurt/O. Potsdam Branden- burg/Havel Berlin Automotive – a success of conversion and new ideas B R A N D E N B U R G BMW Berlin Spandau DaimlerChrysler Berlin Marienfelde DaimlerChrysler Ludwigsfelde EuroSpeedway Lausitz Mahle Ventiltrieb Wustermark Magna Seating Systems Ludwigsfelde Volkswagen Design Center Potsdam ZF Brandenburg Brandenburg/Havel Magna Intier Automotive Massen 9 9 3

23 Airport Berlin Brandenburg International BBI (Starting 2013) State-of-the-art airport The hub for Eastern European air traffic Starting 2013 Excellent motorway access Rail access (20 minutes into city centre)

24 ZAB Brandenburg – a reliable and strong partner for the national and international business communities since 1991 Successful participation in appr investment projects: a total investment volume of 25.3 bill. creating more than new jobs attracting more than 371 foreign investors * 1991 – 2006 Wirtschaftsförderung Brandenburg GmbH/ZukunftsAgentur Brandenburg GmbH

25 Ireland (3) Luxembourg (2) Malaysia (1) Greece (2) Israel (1) India (7) Kuwait (1) Mexiko (3) Noray (2) Netherlands (33) Portugal (1) Poland (7) Taiwan (3) South Korea (4) Russia (3) Sweden (23) Turkey (4) Ukraine (2) USA (55) China (2) Venezuela (1) Thailand (1) Canada (9) Denmark (23) Finland (4) Belarus (1) Hungary (1) Austria (35) Italy (14) Spain (2) Switzerland (33) Great Britain (30) France (29) Belgium (8) Czech. Rep. (1) Japan (7) Source: ZAB, March 2007 A Truely International Business Community in Brandenburg

26 Design-Center Great Names – Powerful Investors

27 Sources: Research Ministry of Brandenburg, Berlin Senat, 2006 Cottbus Frankfurt/O. Potsdam Branden- burg/Havel Berlin Belzig Luckenwalde Herzberg Senftenberg Forst 7 Universities 21 Universities of Applied Sciences 176,000 Students >250 Research institutes 23 Technology centers e.g. 130 membres of the TU Berlin Korean alumni club Sciences, research and development in the German Capital Region B R A N D E N B U R G

28 Source: Ministries for education (of the Eastern German states) International schools Frankfurt/O B R A N D E N B U R G Cottbus Frankfurt/O. Potsdam Branden- burg/Havel Berlin B R A N D E N B U R G Berlin British School (English System) British International School Berlin John F. Kennedy School Berlin (English-German) Berlin International School (English-German) Collège Voltaire Berlin (French System) Collège et Lycée francais de Berlin (French System) Japanese International School Berlin Swedish School Berlin International School Potsdam (English) Ludwig Leichardt High School Cottbus (English, Japanese)

29 I. Cash incentives II. Loan programs and equity capital assistance IV. Labor-related financial incentives V. Training support VI. Research and development promotion III. State guarantees Reducing capital expenditures Reducing operating costs Incentives The most attractive investment incentives in Europe

30 Who qualifies for incentives in Brandenburg ? Projects of national and international investors creating jobs - without any discrimination for international investors * What type of investments are eligible for incentives ? In general, all goods financed from capital expenditure budgets (i.e. depreciable)* - buildings - equipment (hardware) - intangible goods (software / licenses) or:- wage costs for two years * According to Joint Task for the Promotion of Trade and Industry (GA-G)

31 What additional support is available to reduce up-front capital expenditures ? Special tools to assist financial investments: - special loan programs - below-market-rate loans - state guarantees for loans - equity capital assistance - R & D promotion - training for new employees

32 Incentives for Investments

33 Quelle: ILB; 2006 In 2007, in the framework of the 35 th General Plan of the Joint Task (GA) " For the Improvement of the Regional Economic Structure " (dated 6/7/2006) a new directive for the promotion of industry and trade becomes effective. According to this directive the following maximum promotion rates apply to the whole State of Brandenburg including locations within the job market region of Berlin: Large Enterprises 30% Medium-Sized Enterprises *40% Small Enterprises **50% * (max. 249 employees, max. 50 mill. EUR annual turnover or max. 43 mill. EUR balance sheet sum) ** (max. 49 employees, max. 10 mill. EUR annual turnover or max. 10 mill. EUR balance sheet sum) Brandenburg Promotion of Industry and Trade – Program 2007

34 Success in the region Berlin - Brandenburg in attracting investments Number 1 growth region in the whole of Germany * south of Berlin Number 2 high performer region regarding technology and high-tech industry ** south of Berlin 189,000 employees in the manufacturing industry - the most powerful industrial region in Central Europe. * Potential area Die Zeit ** Potential area Prognos Technology Atlas 2002


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