Technical University of Denmark (Lead Partner)
The Cyprus Institute
University of Castilla La Mancha
Institute of Entrepreneurship Development
NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF LIFE AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES OF UKRAINE
Max. funding Phase 1
Max. funding Phase 2
The TREATY initiative aims to nurture European deep tech talents in sustainable green energy and clean digital technologies by implementing various strategies. This includes developing support structures, improving student engagement activities, collaborating with EIT KICs, creating structures for innovation-driven research, updating I&E curricula, assessing teaching and learning practices, and establishing a TechWatch structure to report trends in deep tech sustainable green energy and clean technologies.
TREATY’s general objective is to achieve a mentality and practices shift in its HEIs toward deep tech innovation, and contribute to the generation of the next European deep tech talents in sustainable green energy and clean technologies.
Specific objectives include enhancing support structures, accelerating knowledge and innovation transfer, fostering collaboration, creating mechanisms for innovation-driven research and innovation, designing and delivering courses, supporting continuous impact self-assessment, and establishing a TechWatch structure.
Ahmad Arabkoohsar, Senior Researcher (Associate Professor), epartment of Civil and Mechanical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark (contact)