Successful R&I in Europe 2018

Successful R&I in Europe 2018

9th European Networking Event



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  • Van der Valk Airporthotel
  • English
User Area

Van der Valk Airporthotel

Am Hülserhof 57
40472, Düsseldorf

For the ninth time, the conference invites researchers and entrepreneurs from North Rhine-Westphalia and regions in Europe to find new European research and innovation (R&I) partners for Horizon 2020 projects.

The series of events has been a great success with over 2300 participants since 2009.

In 2018, special partner regions are: Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Israel, the Netherlands and Poland. The event is, however, of course open to participants from all other countries!

There will be an exhibition "Innovations for Europe based in North Rhine-Westphalia" on 15 March 2018.

The networking event will be structured in parallel workshops focussing on seven topics:

  • Information and Communication Technologies (ICT)
  • Nanotechnology, Materials and Manufacturing (NMM) 
  • Energy
  • Sustainable Economy
  • Life Sciences
  • Transport

The event addresses especially universities and research institutes and small as well as medium-sized enterprises. Participants are invited to become involved in established and new technology networks between researchers, entrepreneurs and multipliers related to Horizon 2020. Giving a short presentation (ideas and/or results) or finding a partner by talking to decision-makers opens doors for new research and innovation projects in Europe with a focus on Horizon 2020.

Conference fee: € 120 (€ 95 one day) per person including VAT. Free participation for speakers in sessions 1 to 5.

Invoices will be despatched after the event. You can settle it in cash at our reception desk during the conference as well. We will issue a receipt.

Please note that the event organizer does NOT cover any travel expenses, costs for hotels etc.! We suggest, however, that you check whether such expenses count as eligible costs within your Horizon 2020 project.

The conference fee includes dinner on 15.03., lunch on 16.03., tea/coffee/cold drinks during the breaks, the "Düsseldorf by Night" tour and the airport-venue shuttle (solely as provided by the organizers).

Call for Presentations (ideas and/or results) is closed.

Deadline for registration is: 9 March 2018.

Contact persons

Dr. Bernd Janson
Telephone: 0049 208 30004-22
Email: bj(at)

Heike Hoffzimmer
Telephone: 0049 208 30004-35
Email: hz(at)


Melanie May
HGC GesundheitsConsult GmbH

The event‘s format is very interesting with lots of pitch presentations and great opportunities to discuss international innovation projects both with potential partners as well as competent consultants.

Prof. Dr. Michael Bongards
Faculty for Computer Science and Engineering Science Automation - Energy and Environment

I and my team use the platform to find new international contacts or deepen existing ones. It‘s an excellent starting point for technology partnerships and funding proposals, especially for Horizon 2020.

Thursday, 15 March 2018 (Day 1)
including exhibition: Innovations for Europe based in NRW
Opening Session

Isabel Pfeiffer-Poensgen, Minister of Culture and Science of North Rhine-Westphalia (tbc)

Keynote Speech

Dr. Erich Unterwurzacher, Director, Directorate General for Regional and Urban Policy, European Commission

Success Stories in Europe based in NRW
    Sebastian Hähnel, Fraunhofer IPT, Aachen  
  • Energy: HELIS
    Dr. Marian Stan, University Münster, Münster
Introduction of Partner Regions and Services for proposals and projects

Dr. Bernd Janson, ZENIT GmbH

Coffee/Start parallel sessions
Session 1 Workshops

“European projects seeking partners”

Nanotechnology, Materials and Manufacturing (NMM)

  1. Dr. Thomas Fischer, University of Cologne, Cologne, Germany

  2. Implementation of Safe-by-Design thinking into manufacturing of products containing nanomaterials
    Dr. Heli Kangas, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd, Espoo, Finland

  3. Standardisation as Part of Successful Research and Innovation Projects
    Stefanie Müller, DIN e. V., Berlin, Germany

  4. Advanced structured materials by emerging 3D printing technologies for process industries
    Dr. Vesna Middelkoop, VITO, Mol, Belgium

  5. A mobile H2-solid-state tank based on highly porous nanomaterials for explosion proof storage of large amounts of hydrogen at high density, moderate pressure and room temperature
    Prof. Dr. Niels Marquardt, Ruhr University Bochum & COMET NanoTec GmbH, Bochum, Germany

  6. High Resolution Laser Based Additive Manufacturing, or in other words: Printing and Sintering with LIGHT
    Dr. Gari Arutinov, Holst Centre/TNO, Eindhoven, Netherlands

  7. Particle Process Technology: From the Synthesis of Highly Specific Nanomaterials on the Pilot Plant Scale to the Characterization of partilces.
    Tim Hülser, IUTA e.V., Duisburg, Germany

Information and Communication Technologies (ICT)

  1. KOKONinfo - an online platform with reliable and easy to grasp information about complimentary and alternative medicine for people with cancer
    Annika Jäckels, TAKEPART Media + Science GmbH, Köln, Germany

  2. Standardisation as Part of Successful Research and Innovation Projects
    Katharina Sehnert, DIN e. V., Berlin, Germany

  3. Call for The network of European Centres of Excellence in #Legaltech
    Dr. Martynas Mockus, The Law Institute of Lithuania, Vilnius, Lithuania

  4. Instytut Technologii Elektronowej : Research Activities and Opportunities for Collaboration
    Dr. Tomasz Bieniek, Instytut Technologii Elektronowej, Piaseczno, Poland

  5. CryptPad - Zero Knowledge cloud productivity technology
    Caleb James DeLisle, XWiki SAS, Paris, France

  6. Inventorum - An Open Innovation Platform Connecting Business and Academia
    Dr. Jarosław Protasiewicz, National Information Processing Institute, Warszawa, Poland

  7. BigSem - Big Semantic Data and Advanced Analytics for the Process Industry
    Ralf Klinkenberg, RapidMiner GmbH, Dortmund, Germany

  8. MFDS – Multifunctional Detection System for Safer Road Traffic
    Dennis Dorn, Wilhelm Schröder GmbH, Herscheid, Germany


Sustainable Economy

  1. Innovative recycling technologies as part of circular economy on the reseach site :metabolon
    Prof. Dr. Michael Bongards, TH Köln - University of Applied Sciences, Gummersbach, Germany

  2. Upgrading of manure: reduction of ammonia emissions and production of organic fertilizer
    Dr. Horst Meyrahn, Agrihumin GmbH, Brühl, Germany

  3. Urban transformations of the post-industrial era
    Dr. Kaisa Schmidt-Thomé, Demos Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland

  4. Engaging consumers for a sustainable economy
    Nora Brüggemann, Collaborating Centre on Sustainable Production and Consumption (CSCP), Wuppertal, Germany

  5. COLOSSAL. SC5-07-2019: Raw materials innovation for the circular economy: sustainable processing, reuse, recycling and recovery schemes
    Sreenivaasa Pamidi, Exergy NETHERLANDS, Delft, Netherlands


  1. "FlexPad" - conical Sliding bearing for Wind Turbine Main Bearing application
    Tim Schröder, RWTH Aachen, Aachen, Germany

  2. Research on Catalysis for Storing Renewable Electricity
    Dr. Hans Fredriksson, Syngaschem BV, Eindhoven, Netherlands

  3. Isobaric expansion engines: New opportunities for power generation, pumping and compression
    Dr. Alexander Kronberg, Encontech B.V., Enschede, Netherlands

  4. “CAPRI”: Cavitational Assisted Paraxylene Reactor Industrialization manufacture of polyesters and PET (poly-ethylene-terephtalate).
    Dr. Paola Castrillo, Vertech-Group, Nice, France

  5. Symbiosis between industry and water utilities H2020 call SC5-04-2019 (Innovation Action)
    Vicky Leloup, Province of Antwerp, Antwerp, Belgium

  6. An Introduction to TWI and the Materials Group
    Damien Kirkpatrick, TWI Ltd, Cambridge, United Kingdom

  7. High-performance Rotors
    Peter Szilagyi, Breuckmann GmbH & Co. KG, Heiligenhaus, Germany

  8. EC H2020 CHESS-SETUP Combined Heat Supply System by using Solar Energy and Heat Pumps
    Renee Wansdronk, Wansdronk Architektuur, Amsterdam, Netherlands

  9. Fuel Cell - EHS hybrid module development
    Dr.- Ing. George Bandlamudi, EnerALL - Electro Chemical Systems GmbH, Willich, Germany

Coffee/Find a Partner

Session 2 Workshops

“European projects seeking partners”

Nanotechnology, Materials and Manufacturing (NMM)

  1. Nanocomposite Powders for Laser Additive Manufacturing
    Dr. Tobias Teckentrup, University of Duisburg-Essen, Duisburg, Germany

  2. Interactive Digital Twin for Interdisciplinary Collaboration and Problem Solving in Industrial Production and Maintenance
    Dr. Sven-Volker Rehm, WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management, Vallendar, Germany

  3. Development of the Fe based and Cu based alloys for Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing
    Dr. Wojciech Burian, Institute of Non-Ferrous Metals, Gliwice, Poland

  4. Development and industrial application of the biodegradable magnesium alloys.
    Anna Seraya, Boris Golman-Nazarbaev university, Ust-Kamenogorsk, Kazakhastan

  5. Open Pilot Line Philosophy at COATEMA
    Dr. Nico Meyer, Coatema Coating Machinery GmbH, Dormagen, Germany

  6. Solutions for Advanced manufacturing & processing & Structural Dynamics
    Christophe Loffet, V2i, Liège, Belgium

  7. Computational NanoBioTechnology: Modeling Carbonic Anhydrase (CA) Enzymatic Reaction onto Hydrophobic Polymeric Surfaces with Various Curvatures
    Dr. Yevgeny Moskovitz, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Beer-Sheva, Israel

Information and Communication Technologies (ICT)

  1. Nearshoring in ICT projects - the possibility or necessity - Successful Mobile Communication Solutions cooperation on H2020
    Przemek Mikus, Liki Mobile Solutions, Lodz, Poland

  2. Controlar, Innovating Industry
    Dr. Carla Pereira, Controlar, Lda, Alfena, Portugal

  3. Open World Wide Laboratory Infrastructure for student created experiments
    Dr. Mirosław Brzozowy, Warsaw University of Technology, Warszawa, Poland

  4. 3D multi-domain simulation as universal means for integrating virtual technologies into research projects
    Frank Heinze, RIF Institute for Research and Transfer eV, Dortmund, Germany

  5. Defense from Covert Channel Cyber-attack over video stream payload. Exploiting compressed video domain redundancy for cyber protection
    Yoram Segal, Ben Gurion University, Hofit, Israel

  6. Data Science integration without black boxes
    David Arnu, RapidMiner GmbH, Dortmund, Germany

  7. Gamification and applied gaming across various domains
    Jens Piesk, Nuromedia GmbH / Nurogames GmbH, Köln, Germany

Life Sciences

  1. Needle free vaccination and other smart patches
    Dr. Armin Breitenbach, tesa Labtec GmbH, Langenfeld, Germany

  2. Convergence programme towards mastering of Personalized Medicine solutions.
    Dr. Miroslaw Kwasniewski, Medical University of Bialystok, Bialystok, Poland

  3. Community-based Social Farming in the context of social innovations in rural areas
    Prof. Dr. Wioletta Knapik, University of Agriculture in Krakow, Krakow, Poland

  4. RNA technology platforms in regenerative medicine
    Dr. Kai Gräber, Cluster for Individualized ImmuneIntervention (Ci3) e.V., Mainz, Germany

  5. Bridge between Medical Biology and Clinical Medicine
    Dr. Dorota Makarewicz, Mossakowski Medical Research Centre, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland


  1. Fuel Cell Systems using Ammonia as Renewable Energy Carrier for Future Hydrogen Societies
    Michael Steffen, Zentrum für BrennstoffzellenTechnik GmbH, Duisburg, Germany

  2. Metals R&D at Ghent University
    Dr. Karen Hemelsoet, Ghent University, Zwijnaarde, Belgium

  3. Maximizing the impact of your energy R&I projects through adequate dissemination, exploitation and communication of your results
    Marie Prouteau, Euronovia, Paris, France

  4. CalorAir best air/water heat pumps -refrigerant reduction in the heat pumps -noise level reduction in the heat pumps -increasing COP in the heat pumps
    Pawel Matusiak, fast development, Sosnowiec, Poland

  5. Metal Fuel Energy Applications
    Dr. Martin Timmer, Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven, Netherlands

  6. Business cases for industrial waste heat/cold recovery. SC3-EE-06-2018
    Jesus Serrano, Sustainable Innovations Europe, Madrid, Spain

  7. 3D Inverse Design Methodology for Turbomachinery Components
    Dr. Maria Vera-Morales, Advanced Design Technology Ltd., London, United Kingdom

  8. Operation of local TRIGENERATION power system
    Jacek Glowinkowski, Wroclawski Park Technologiczny SA (Wroclaw Technology Park), WROCLAW, Poland

  9. Remote Smart Meters Errors Monitoring Methods Research and Implementation
    Prof. Dr. Žilvinas Nakutis, Kaunas university of technology, Kaunas, Lithuania

Coffee/Find a Partner

Session 3 Workshops

“Services for proposals and projects” - Presentations by National Contact Points (NCPs), Enterprise Europe Network / ZENIT

Workshop: Innovation and Financing Support for SMEs

  • Horizon 2020: SME Instrument and Fast Track to Innovation
    René Siffrin , National Contact Point for SMEs
  • Access to Finance
    Verena Würsig, NRW.BANK
    Timon Gottschalk, NRW.BANK
  • IraSME & ZIM-International
    Georg Nagel, AiF Projekt GmbH
  • Other European funding programmes/ Scale-up NRW
    Benno Weißner/Juan Carmona-Schneider, ZENIT GmbH / NRW.Europa

Workshop: Exploitation of R&I Results – Entering the Marketplace

  • Horizon 2020: TETRAMAX – Technology Transfer Experiments and Digital Innovation Hub
    Dr. Bernd Janson, ZENIT GmbH
  • Digitalisation in NRW
    Oliver Weimann, ruhr:HUB
  • Digitalisation in Europe - Climate-KIC
    Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Rams, Provadis School of International Management and Technology
  • Cluster Innovative Medizin NRW
    Dr. Andreas Nagel
  • Enterprise Europe Network Services
    Sabrina Wodrich, Dr. Uwe Birk, ZENIT GmbH / NRW.Europa

Workshop: Innovation Procurement in Horizon 2020

  • Introduction
    Anne Müngersdorff, ZENIT GmbH / NRW.Europa
  • PCP Contractors wanted
    Florian Berberich, Supercomputing Centre Institute for Advanced Simulation
  • Best Practice report from a company: Strategic Planning and Business Development
    Fabrizio Magugliani, E4 Computer Engineering SpA
  • KOINNO EU Contact Point: Innovative Procurement in Germany
    Doris Scheffler, ZENIT GmbH / NRW.Europa
“Düsseldorf by night” bus tour/city sightseeing
Friday, 16 March 2018 (Day 2)
Services for Proposals and Projects

Jan Skriwanek, National Contact Point Life Sciences, Project Management Agency - part of the German Aerospace Center, PT DLR

Success Stories in Europe based in NRW
  • Life Science: PoC-ID
    Dr. Albert Schnieders, CNM Technologies GmbH, Bielefeld
  • Life Science: ASSESS CT
    Prof. Dr. Sylvia Thun, Hochschule Niederrhein, Krefeld
Coffee/Start parallel sessions
Session 4 Workshops

“European projects seeking partners”

    Nanotechnology, Materials and Manufacturing (NMM)

    1. Advanced Microforming processes and Nanomaterials.
      Prof. Dr. Christoph Hartl, Technische Hochschule Köln, Köln, Germany

    2. New Electrostatic Spraying Technology
      Dr. Rene Massard, Kemica Coatings, Mignieres, France

    3. Computational Material Modelling for Fast-Paced European Industrial Productions
      Prof. Dr. Amir Horr, Austrian Institute of Technology, Vienna, Austria

    4. Namur Nanosafety Center / Synthesis, Irradiation & Analysis of Materials. Your partner for characterisation/evaluation of NMs
      Dr. Jorge Mejia, University of Namur, Namur, Belgium

    5. Foam Glass Insulation Blocks Manufacturing for Construction Industry
      Gary Raskin, LfG, Dusseldorf, Germany

    6. Bio-inspired Tools for Nanofabrication
      Prof. Dr. Amir Fahmi, Rhein-Waal University of Applied Sciences, Kleve, Germany

    7. R&D and prototyping of applied AI-driven Intelligent Sustainable Systems supporting Smart management, governance, operations and condition monitoring
      Dr. Serguei Golovanov, GOLEM Integrated Microelectronics Solutions GMBH, Vienna, Austria

    8. Corrosion Performance & Advanced Materials Characterisation Capabilities at TWI
      Dr. David Griffiths, TWI, Cambridge, United Kingdom

    Information and Communication Technologies (ICT)

    1. Handelsblatt Research Institute
      Dr. Jan Kleibrink, Handelsblatt Research Institute, Düsseldorf, Germany

    2. Looking for partners in eHealth and Industry4.0 solutions
      Dr. Jon Arambarri, Virtualware, Basauri, Spain

    3. Semantic Relationship Orchestration of decentralized digital Identities using distributed Identity Management Systems.
      Thorsten Niebuhr, WedaCon GmbH, Muenster, Germany

    4. Partners sought for emerging innovations in Blockchain, Fin-Tech, Health-tech and oncological healthcare.
      Ad Popper, Xilion webservices, Heiloo, Netherlands

    5. Beyond 5G : The networkless network and a new dawn
      Dr. Rajarshi Sanyal, BICS, Brussels, Belgium

    6. Research interests and Collaboration Areas
      Prof. Dr. Hamid Bouchachia, Bournemouth University, Poole, United Kingdom

    Life Sciences

    1. PINTra - Platform for Intelligent Transparency
      Daniel Ziegelmayer, COREVAS GmbH & Co. KG, Grevenbroich, Germany

    2. ReceptIVFity - Fertility Microbiome Profiling for IVF/ICSI
      Dr. Jonathan de Jonge, ARTPred, Hoofddorp, Netherlands

    3. Individual manufacture of medical Ti-implants using microplasma processing
      Prof. Dr. Darya Alontseva, East Kazakhstan state technical university, Ust-Kamenogorsk, Kazakhstan

    4. CasZyme - Pioneers of CRISPR Cas technology
      Dr. Monika Kavaliauske, CasZyme, Vilnius, Lithuania

    5. Controlling of protein disorder and protein aggregation in health and disease
      Dr. Stefan Rüdiger, Utrecht University, Utrecht, Netherlands

    6. Flexible microfluidic Lab-on-Chip systems for IVD applications
      Dr. Jan Hesse, Joanneum Research, Graz, Austria


    1. At the interface between Logistics and IT. New horizon of Stopguard project.
      Evgeny Novikov, GPC Doerfer International GmbH, Aachen, Germany

    2. CargoRider – A new mobility service for cargo ships
      Frank Michelberger, University of Applied Sciences St. Poelten, St.Pölten, Austria

    3. Integrated multi-modal measures of user experience
      Dr. Andrew Spink, Noldus Information Technology BV, Wageningen, Netherlands

    4. Trusted collaboration in Logistics - first results of H2020 Project NexTrust
      Katharina Kröger, TX Logistik AG, Troisdorf, Germany

    5. Aleksandra Karimaa, Gasera Ltd, Turku, Finland

    6. Remote Management of Mobile Devices used in European Transport.
      Mariusz Walczak, Liki Mobile Solutions, Łódź, Poland

    7. VaVeL: Variety, Veracity, VaLue: Handling the Multiplicity of Urban Sensors
      Dr. Thomas Liebig, Technische Universität Dortmund, Dortmund, Germany

    Coffee/Find a Partner

    Session 5 Workshops

    “European projects seeking partners”


    Information and Communication Technologies (ICT)

    1. ROADART - Research On Alternative Diversity Aspects foR Trucks
      Matthias Schneider, IMST GmbH, Kamp-Lintfort, Germany

    2. Medical diagnostic photonic sensor development and other biosensing technologies for point-of-care testing in health applications
      Dr. Rainer Hainberger, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH, Wien, Austria

    3. Looking for partners in Energy & Industry 4.0. Presenting ideas for future projects, early products and research results in AI, Computer Vision and HPC.
      Marcin Rojek, byteLAKE, Wroclaw, Poland

    4. Geometrical Structures - declueted from Point Clouds
      Dr. Hanns-F. Schuster, GEOhaus GbR, Haus der Geoinformation, Mülheim an der Ruhr, Germany

    5. Technology transfer via multinational application experiments in customized and low-energy computing
      Eva Haas, RWTH Aachen University, Aachen, Germany

    Life Sciences

    1. AIT biomarker discovery, bioinformatics, and biosensor development for upcoming H2020 projects
      Dr. Stephan Pabinger, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH, Wien, Austria

    2. A Life Sciences Interdisciplinary Approach to Sustainable Intensification in Africa (SFS-35-2019 call)
      Aykut Sancakli, Serdengeçtiler Agricultural Production Partnership, Mersin, Turkey

    3. Innovative solutions for diagnostics
      Balazs Czibok, University of Pécs, Pécs, Hungary

    4. bloom - Boosting European Citizens’ Knowledge and Awareness of Bioeconomy Research and Innovation
      Norbert Steinhaus, Wissenschaftsladen Bonn - Bonn Science Shop, Bonn, Germany

    5. CDISC Presents the Importance of clinical research data standards and their fit with wider research standards landscape in a connected data framework
      Paul Houston, CDISC Europe Foundation, Cenon, France

    6. Looking for 15 Early Stage Researchers in Biomedical Research and Biostatistics for the International Interdisciplinary PhD studies at the Medical University of Bialystok
      Dr. Miroslaw Kwasniewski, Medical University of Bialystok, Bialystok, Poland
      Interactive lunch/Find a partner


      • Information and Communication Technologies (ICT)
      • Nanotechnology, Materials and Manufacturing (NMM)
      • Energy
      • Sustainable Economy
      • Life Sciences
      • Transport

      List of Participants

      Profile Image Title First name Last name Organisation / Company Town/City Country
      Manuel La Rosa Betancourt PI Integral Solutions Limited Cologne Germany
      Dr. Hanns-F. Schuster GEOhaus GbR, Haus der Geoinformation Mülheim an der Ruhr Germany
      Dr. Karsten W. Lemke ZENIT GmbH Mülheim an der Ruhr Germany
      Astrid Pauli ZENIT GmbH / NRW.Europa Mülheim an der Ruhr Germany
      Susanne Jakobs ZENIT GmbH Mülheim Germany
      Mariusz Kolanko byteLAKE s.c. Wroclaw Poland
      Dr. Gabor Szendro LGI Paris France
      Dr. Ernst Soethout Virtuvax Odijk Netherlands
      Dr. Jorn de Haan Genetwister Technologies Wageningen Netherlands
      Dr. Michael Wessel Projektträger Jülich Jülich Germany
      Mathieu Quintyn WBI - Wallonie Bruxelles International München Germany
      Julia Hauser Fraunhofer IMS Duisburg Germany
      Leonora Yannakis ZENIT GmbH Mülheim Germany
      Pierre Fiasse Walloon Business Federation Wavre Belgium
      Giovanni Tavakolli SYMMETRYBODY® [Durable Innovation] The Hague Netherlands
      Oliver Weimann ruhr:HUB Mülheim Germany
      Heike Hoffzimmer ZENIT GmbH / NRW.Europa Mülheim an der Ruhr Germany
      Dr. Heike Ehrlichmann Stellar DBS GmbH Hürth Germany
      Johannes Junggeburth Stellar DBS GmbH Hürth Germany
      Dr. Marian Stan University of Münster Münster Germany
      Sebastian Hähnel Fraunhofer IPT Aachen Germany
      Yolanda Sastre Fundació Clinic per a la Recerca Biomèdica Barcelona Spain
      Benno Weißner ZENIT GmbH Mülheim an der Ruhr Germany
      Doris Scheffler ZENIT GmbH Mülheim an der Ruhr Germany
      Fabrizio Magugliani E4 Computer Engineering SpA Scandiano Italy
      Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Rams Consmart GmbH Düsseldorf Germany
      Dr. George Bandlamudi EnerALL - Electro Chemical Systems GmbH Willich Germany
      Marcin Rojek byteLAKE Wroclaw Poland
      Kai Okulla Wilhelm Schröder GmbH / S-Tec GmbH Herscheid Germany
      Dennis Dorn Wilhelm Schröder GmbH / S-Tec GmbH Herscheid Germany
      Jan-Philip Kopka Fraunhofer Institute for Material Flow and Logistics Dortmund Germany
      Henri Janssens East Netherlands Development Agency Apeldoorn Netherlands
      Dr. Farnaz Sotoodeh FeyeCon Carbon dioxide technologies Weesp Netherlands
      Dr. Daniela Trambitas FeyeCon Weesp Netherlands
      Verena Würsig NRW.BANK Düsseldorf Germany
      Maria Matos Arana UNIVERSITY OF CADIZ Algeciras Spain
      Greta Garcia Universidad de Cádiz Cádiz Spain
      Dr. Florian Berberich Forschungszentrum Jülich Aachen Germany
      René Siffrin Nationale Kontaktstelle Lebenswissenschaften Bonn Germany
      Anna Reck ZENIT GmbH / NRW.Europa Mülheim an der Ruhr Germany
      Dr. Elena Sultana Malta Council for Science&Technology Kalkara Malta
      Marc Roessler Chair of Management Accounting, RWTH Aachen University Aachen Germany
      Ruslan Sultanov Ftech Russia Zelenograd, Moscow Russia
      Paulus Klein b plus beratersozietät Paulus Klein & Johannes Böhmer GbR Essen Germany
      Dr. Guy Yoskovitz HIT Holon Institute of Technology Holon Israel
      Timon Gottschalk NRW.BANK Düsseldorf Germany
      Francesco Rossini Alten Italia Milan Italy
      Amin Nasiri LEITAT Technological Center Barcelona Spain
      Besma Younes Competitiveness Pole of Sousse Sousse Tunisia
      Dr. Vilma Tamuliene Vilnius Gediminas Technical university Vilnius Lithuania
      Agnieszka Kaminska-Swiat ZENIT GmbH / NRW.Europa Mülheim a.d. Ruhr Germany
      Sabrina Wodrich ZENIT GmbH Mülheim an der Ruhr Germany
      Tim Schüürmann ZENIT Mülheim/ Ruhr Germany
      Prof. Dr. Daiva Jurevičienė Vilnius Gediminas Technical University Vilnius Lithuania
      Dr. Egle Kazlauskiene Vilnius Gediminas Technical University Vilnius Lithuania
      Daniel Ziegelmayer COREVAS GmbH & Co. KG Grevenbroich Germany
      Giorgos Kostopoulos Gluk Advice BV Maastricht Netherlands
      Sreenivaasa Pamidi Exergy NETHERLANDS Delft Netherlands
      Gozde Unkaya Exergy Ltd Coventry United Kingdom
      Emel Choroomi Ingpuls GmbH Bochum Germany
      Dr. Christian Großmann Ingpuls GmbH Bochum Germany
      Prof. Dr. Christoph Hartl Technische Hochschule Köln Köln Germany
      Annika Jäckels TAKEPART Media + Science GmbH Köln Germany
      Andrew Pomazanskyi Nurogames GmbH Cologne Germany
      Nora Brüggemann Collaborating Centre on Sustainable Consumption and Production, CSCP Wuppertal Germany
      Oleg Gerber LFG Düsseldorf Germany
      Dr. Serguei Golovanov GOLEM Integrated Microelectronics Solutions GMBH Vienna Austria
      Thomas Le Clerc CALYOS Jumet Belgium
      Dr. Rosen Dimov Kariyer Net Istanbul Turkey
      Norbert Steinhaus Wissenschaftsladen Bonn - Bonn Science Shop Bonn Germany
      Gary Raskin LfG Dusseldorf Germany
      Dr. Roser Capdevila Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC) Terrassa Spain
      Dr. Agnieszka Kowalska Wroclawski Park Technologiczny SA (Wroclaw Technology Park) Wroclaw Poland
      Jacek Glowinkowski Wroclawski Park Technologiczny SA (Wroclaw Technology Park) Wroclaw Poland
      Vadim Baranov GPC Doerfer International GmbH Aachen Germany
      Evgeny Novikov GPC Doerfer International GmbH Aachen Germany
      Matthijs Peters Cleantech Region Apeldoorn Netherlands
      Dr. Miroslaw Kwasniewski Medical University of Bialystok Bialystok Poland
      Patrick Berg TU Dortmund University Dortmund Germany
      Dr. Grzegorz Janczyk Instytut Technologii Elektronowej Warsaw Poland
      Julian Sass Hochschule Niederrhein Krefeld Germany
      Peter Szilagyi Breuckmann GmbH & Co. KG Heiligenhaus Germany
      Dr. Jukka-Pekka Skön Savonia University of Applied Sciences Kuopio Finland
      Ralf Klinkenberg RapidMiner GmbH Dortmund Germany
      Dr. Nico Meyer Coatema Coating Machinery GmbH Dormagen Germany
      Prof. Dr. Amir Fahmi Rhein-Waal University of Applied Sciences Kleve Germany
      Dr. Rene Massard KEMICA COATINGS Mignieres France
      Kateryna Nettekoven TX Logistik Troisdorf Germany
      Katharina Kröger TX Logistik AG Troisdorf Germany
      Alexander Neirinckx Universiteit Antwerpen Antwerpen Belgium
      Jürgen Hollstein Sonepar Deutschland Kempen Germany
      Mykola Bohoslavets International Center of diplomatic cooperations Kyiv Ukraine
      Nicholas Mc Guire OpenTech EDV Research GmbH Bullendorf Austria
      Prof. Dr. Žilvinas Nakutis Kaunas university of technology Kaunas Lithuania
      Dr. Thomas Liebig TU Dortmund Dortmund Germany
      Andrea Dohle ZENIT GmbH Mülheim an der Ruhr Germany
      Christophe Loffet V2i Liège Belgium
      Prof. Dr. Izhak Haviv BIU Zfat Israel
      Prof. Dr. Amir Horr Austrian Institute of Technology Vienna Austria
      David Arnu RapidMiner GmbH Dortmund