South Poland Cleantech Cluster

SPCleantech is very pleased to inform, that our application, submitted on the 26th February 2020 to the
EU Program, Erasmus+ Knowledge Alliance, has been selected for EU co-funding.
Our proposal received 82/100 points and has been selected out of 216 eligible applications (30 have been selected in total). That’s a really good result!

The duration of the project will be 01/01/2021 – 31/12/2023. We must now keep our fingers crossed that the circumstances will allow us all to meet in person in Leipzig for our Kick-off meeting in January.

Title of the project is

“IMPACT / Building values-based innovation cultures for sustainable business impact”

with the vision of Envisioning the Future of Teaching and Training for Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship.

More information on: ERASMUS+ Knowledge Alliance

Conference (Bioindustry in Malopolska)

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On 25.10.2018 SPCleantech participated in a conference organized by the University of Agriculture and University of Economics in Krakow (Founders of SPCleantech), Copernicus Science Center, Intermag and Pietruszkowy Targ Foundation “Małopolska bioeconomy – on the side of opportunities or threats?”.

The conference at the University of Agriculture in Krakow was organized as part of the Horizon 2020 project: BLOOM and the Avant-garde Initiative.

The BLOOM project, implemented by partner institutions, is to help develop methods and tools for popularizing the idea of ​​the bioeconomy. The aim of the project is to create a space for cooperation and exchange of experiences for all entities involved in sustainable development and building social awareness in the area of ​​bioeconomy.

The Avant-garde Initiative project is an example of a pioneering approach to supporting the internationalization and competitiveness of EU industry through a combination of regions and clusters. The main goal of Avant-garde is to develop and support Małopolska, long-term cooperation focused on the development of new technologies in the areas of Bio-economy and 3D printing as components of the Region’s smart specialization . In this context, the goal is also to integrate various activities carried out in the Region and to develop a coherent development program.

Presentations:

  • Horizon 2020 – challenges and opportunities for the bioeconomy in Małopolska, dr inż. Tomasz Mróz, National Consultation Point
  • Ecodesign opportunities for bioeconomy, dr inż. Magdalena Wojnarowska, Cracow University of Economics
  • Values ​​in the economy, Janina Filek, Vice-Rector for Communication and Cooperation at the University of Economics in Krakow
  • The use of biopolymers in the economy, Maciej Szaleniec, Instytut Katalizy i Fizykochemii Parku im. Jerzy Haber, Polish Academy of Sciences in Krakow, Tomasz Witko, Jagiellonian University in Krakow