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CERES Innovation support

Project:   minST - expert compentence in micro/nano system technology
Duration:   October, 2006 - october, 2011
Contact:   Stella Erlandsson
Participants from Halmstad University:   Stella Erlandsson, Hans-Erik Eldemark, Kenneth Nilsson and Magnus Larsson
Participating companies:   Small & medium sized Swedish Companies interested in developing or producing products equipped with micro and nano technology, senors systems or micro and nano system technology
Description:    
"minST — expertkompetens mikro/nanosystemteknik" is one of the Knowledge foundation'sexternal link expert competence programmes and focus on increasing competence and qualification in micro and nano system technology for SME. By adjusting courses and education to these companies minST support technical and commercial development in micro and nano system technology.

minST is a national programme, and Halmstad University together with the research institute Imego ABexternal link in Gothenburg, is responsible for the southwest part of Sweden.

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Project:   teknIQInnovation
Duration:   October, 2006 - October, 2008
Contact:   Roland Thörner
Participants from Halmstad University:   Roland Thörner, Nicholas Wickström and Björn Åstrand
Participating companies:   Small and medium sized Swedish companies within the health care area
Final report:   "teknIQInnovation - metoder och lärdomar" (in Swedish)PDF (pdf, 1.4 MB)
    by Roland Thörner and Lars Eskilsson
Description:    
The aim of the project is to strengthen Swedish small and medium sized companies´ ability to use research as a strategic resource in their product development. The application area of the project is health care and the technological areas are intelligent and embedded systems.
The goal of the project is to make ideas of products, and the project follows three steps to do this:
1. Identify interesting ideas
2. Carry out a pilot study
3. Go through with a project with a clear research focus, as:
  a. Limited research project
  b. Proof-of-concept study
  c. Master thesis project
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Updated 2008-01-31