Advanced Manufacturing techniques such as additive manufacturing, nanomanufacturing, biohybridisation, integrated artificial intelligence or robotics, is evolving fast, even in times of deep crisis. It is therefore crucial for European industry to renew itself.
Unfortunately, the adoption of such "decisive" technologies remains underdeveloped due to multiple technological and commercial limitations.
The DeepInc network aims to create an appropriate ecosystem able to address, in a dynamic and collaborative way, many of these limitations.
To achieve this goal the event of DeepInc associates 3 renowned academic partners: Arts & Metiers Institute of Technology (France), Politecnico di Torino & I3P (Italy), University College Dublin (Ireland). All partners benefit from a rich innovation and entrepreneurial environment, reuniting incubators, technological clusters and both national and European technological platforms.
In this perspective, from 19 to 24 October, the Politecnico di Torino and I3P will host a 5-day virtual training on New Business Models, economic, managerial and organization consequences, and a 3D Hackathon on Additive Technologies.
Who can participate?
Any Start up, SME or young student with an entrepreneurial project belonging to Advanced Manufacturing can participate to DeepInc School and Hackathon.
To be admitted, it is necessary to have affinity with advanced manufacturing, to have an entrepreneurial project based on an innovation and being interested in taking part in EIT Manufacturing ecosystem.
To participate it is necessary to fill in the Participation Form and send it to:
- Nicolas Maranzana: email@example.com
- cc to Barbara van Doosselaere: firstname.lastname@example.org
The application deadline is: October 10th, 2020.
The participation to the 2020 Programme is free of charge.
How does School #1 work?
The training course*, lasting 5 days, includes several days dedicated to the study of different topics related to the world of advanced manufacturing and will be held in English.
The program includes:
- Day 1: Innovation Management and Business Creation
- Day 2: Entrepreneurship and Business Creation Practices
- Day 3: Technology Transfer and Territorial Ecosystems
- Day 4: Innovation Strategies for future Manufacturing Processes
- Day 5: Take-aways and perspectives for the future
*The course will take place entirely online.
For more information about the program click here.
How does Hackathon work?
From day 1 (October 19) to day 6 (October 24) slots will be made available for team work during which team members will get support from COMAU experts.
The hackathon, like the School, will take place remotely and will include moments dedicated to teamwork and advice (both business side, with I3P tutors, and technical side, with people from COMAU).
At the end of the 6 days of work, the projects will be presented to the jury that will award the best teams.
Among the awards, Amazon Gift Vouchers, subscriptions to specialized magazines and a free pre-incubation path in I3P.
For more information:
Francesca Montagna: email@example.com