How do research findings make their way into business and politics? What are the transfer pathways for research to have an impact on society? How can citizens actively participate in research and work with scientists and academics to develop new solutions to urgent problems?
The interdisciplinary research project Transferwissenschaft aims to strengthen the transfer of research findings between the different areas and actors of the German innovation system. To this end, we focus on the following areas:
We explore what good transfer means, and how it can be organised. At the same time, we test teaching and training content and formats at research institutions in order to educate and train the next generation of researchers. Based on our research, we develop new methods and guidelines for transfer strategies and practices of the future. This pamphlet provides a brief overview of our focus areas and our team.
Ready for Transfer
Transferwissenschaft @InnoX 2021
Thies Johannsen and Konstantin Kiprijanov will be representing Transferwissenschaft at the #InnoX 2021 conference on Friday, 24 September 2021.
Hot off the press…
…and available online for free: Handbuch transdisziplinäre Didaktik features chapters by Thies Johannsen and Konstantin Kiprijanov, and was launched on Friday, 9 Sep 2021. Get your copy for free!
Transferwissenschaft @ SEFI
Thies Johannsen shares his insights from three semesters of online teaching at the European Society for Engineering Education conference from 13 to 16 September 2021.
EfI for the third time a full success
The third group of students successfully completed Engineering for Impact (EfI) in summer term 2021.
AT A GLANCE
What do we do?
Our research goal
and our research topics
What do we offer?
to strengthening knowledge
and technology transfer