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

Scientific conference at UofE in Krakow

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SPCleantech took part in a scientific conference organized on April 25, 2017 by the Scientific Circle of International Economic Relations at Cracow University of Economics. The topic of the conference was broadly understood innovation under the title “Innovation – a chance or an imperative?”

Conference programme:

09:30 – 10:00 – conference start
10:00 – 10:30 – Filip Paprocki, Fermentum Mobile
10:30 – 11:00 – Sylwia Majkut, Academic Business Incubators
11:00 – 11:30 – Wojciech Polan, Van Pur S.A.
11:30 – 12:00 – coffee break
12:00 – 12:30 – Agata Stępnik, the Jagiellonian University’s Theatrologists, Mateusz Kuta, KN Robotics and Artificial Intelligence Jagiellonian University
12:30 – 13:15 – Janusz Kahl, South Poland Cleantech Cluster
13:15 – 13:45 – Andrzej Zakręcki, AGH Space Systems, Barłomiej Gaczorek
13:45 – 14:00 – Conclusion of the conference

SPCleantech’s president, Janusz Kahl, has focused in his speach on creativity, which is the basis for inventing any innovative solutions.

The theme of the speech was:

“Unleash your creativity. What is lateral thinking?
We are so taught that we seek the answer, going the shortest path. Solving problems, the mind uses the experience gained earlier. This is the right thing to do, but it has little to do with creativity. Instead of using elaborate and proven logic schemes based on logical thinking, it is worthwhile to step aside for a moment, reverse the problem, or focus on the seemingly obvious element of the puzzle. Resigning from linear, vertical thinking is a simple way to awaken creativity. It is not easy to switch from vertical to lateral thinking, but when you try, good ideas will come to your mind.