Project Goal

The Danube region is still very fragmented and presents great disparities in prosperity, jobs opportunities and innovation capacities. DA-SPACE addresses these challenges by piloting a model of open innovation lab in which companies, PA, Universities and the civil society, can create fundaments for innovation together with young talents. The DA-SPACE labs promote a cross-disciplinary and transnational cooperation among different stakeholders able to generate new solutions and nurture the entrepreneurial skills of all the actors involved.

Services

  • DA-SPACE labs promote a cross-disciplinary and transnational cooperation among different stakeholders able to generate new solutions and nurture the entrepreneurial skills of all the actors involved
  • Through co-creation methods, young talents will develop new solutions and business ideas within the lab and they will furthermore benefit from an Entrepreneurship training

Partners

  • City of Ulm, Germany
  • Association for Promoting Electronic Technology – Electronic Innovation Cluster, Romania
  • “Dunarea de Jos” University of Galati, Romania
  • Institute of Management, Slovak University of Technologyin Bratislava, Slovakia
  • GIS Transfer Center Foundation, Bulgaria
  • Technical University in Praque, Czech Republic
  • Region of Istria, Croatia
  • Juraj Dobrila University of Pula, Croatia
  • University of Novi Sad, Serbia
  • Vojvodina ICT Cluster, Serbia
Profile

Duration: Januar 2017 – Mai 2019

Client/Programme: European Commission, Interreg Danube Transnational Programme

Project co-funded by European Union funds (ERDF, IPA)

Overall Budget: 1 787 166.5 EUR

ERDF Contribution: 1 342 128.75 EUR

IPA Contribution: 176 962.77 EUR

Ansprechpartner

Valentina Grillea

Senior Innovation Programme Manager

E-Mail
grillea@bwcon.de
Telefon
+49(0)711/18421-642