Official opening of the Fraunhofer »Center for Digital Transformation« in Berlin

On May 6, the Fraunhofer »Center for Digital Transformation« was officially opened in Berlin. The transfer center offers companies - from start-ups to large corporations and everything in between - comprehensive research and implementation expertise from a single source. By combining the expertise and know-how from four Fraunhofer institutes, it places a further milestone in Berlin’s positioning as a leading city for digitization.

The Fraunhofer Society’s transfer centers organise the unification of university and non-university research with business. The centers provide binding, consistent roadmaps for the partners involved in the areas of research and teaching, promotion of young talent, infrastructure, innovation and transfer. They are designed to develop scientific excellence, providing the economy and politics with social benefits, specifically for the Berlin region and Germany.

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v.l.n.r.: Prof. Dr. Eckart Uhlmann (Institutsleiter Fraunhofer IPK), Prof. Dr. Ina Schieferdecker (Institutsleiterin Fraunhofer FOKUS), Prof. Dr. Manfred Hauswirth (Institutsleiter Fraunhofer FOKUS und Sprecher des Leistungszentrums Digitale Vernetzung), Prof. Dr. Reimund Neugebauer (Präsident der Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft), Björn Böhning (Chef der Senatskanzlei Berlin und Staatsekretär für Medien), Prof. Dr. Thomas Wiegand (Institutsleiter Fraunhofer HHI), Prof. Dr. Angela Ittel (Vizepräsidentin TU Berlin), Prof. Dr. Klaus-Dieter Lang (Institutsleiter Fraunhofer IZM).

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