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Technologie
-
Transfer in der
Deutschen Hauptstadtregion

Prof. Dr. Andreas Timmermann

Wildau, 17.8.2012

Prof. Dr. Andreas Timmermann

安德里亚斯

提摩尔曼

教授



1982
年从德国柏林自由大学物理学系取得博士学位。毕业后分别在美国明尼阿波利斯(明
尼苏达州)大学、德国比勒菲尔德大学和马克斯普朗克研究院作为物理学家工作。
1984
年任
柏林自由大学“研发和技术转让”部主任。



1994
年起担任勃兰登堡州经济事务部主任一职,并自
2007
年起负责勃兰登堡州的对外贸易
和市场准入。



2010

1
月安德里亚斯

提摩尔曼教授被德国柏林
-
勃兰登堡州航空企业联盟聘为主席


Technologie
-
Transfer in der Deutschen
Hauptstadtregion


Haupstadtregion

Deutschland


Technologie
-
Transfer


Idee


Anspruch


Realisierung


Wissenschaftslandschaft Berlin
-
Brandenburg


Technologie
-
Transferstellen


IQ Brandenburg


Förderprogramme


Probleme


Konkrete Beispiele

Technologie
-
Transfer in der Deutschen
Hauptstadtregion



Hauptstadtregion Deutschland


Berlin + Brandenburg


(= Beijing +
Hebei
)


Annähernd identisch in anderen Regionen


Cottbus

Frankfurt/O.

Potsdam

Branden
-

burg
/Havel

Berlin

Hauptstadtregion

Berlin
-
Brandenburg in
der

Mitte

Europas

B R A N D E N B U R G

Cottbus

Frankfurt/O.

Potsdam

Branden
-

burg/Havel

Berlin

Belzig

Luckenwalde

Herzberg

Senftenberg

Forst


7
Universitäten



21
Fachhochschulen


176,000 Students


> 250
Forschungsinstitute


23
Technologiezentren

Wissenschaft, Forschung & Entwicklung in der
Hauptstadtregion Deutschland

B R A N D E N B U R G

Hauptstadtregion

Berlin
-
Brandenburg
in

der

Mitte

Europas


Zugang zu mehr als
200
Millionen


Verbrauchern innerhalb 1 Tages

Berlin

Design
-
Center

Internationale

Firmen
,
Investoren

in Berlin
-
Brandenburg



Technologie
-
Transfer



Idee: Neue Formen der Kooperation zwischen
Wissenschaft und Hochschulen


Unterstützung durch Förderprogramme von Land,
Bund und EU


Akzeptanz an Hochschulen und in Unternehmen


Kreatives und funktionierendes Umfeld



Regionaler Technologie
-
Transfer


Jede Hochschule hat eine eigene Technologie
-
Transferstelle


Die Technologie
-
Transferstellen bilden ein
gemeinsames Netzwerk


Technologie
-
Zentrum(
-
Zentren) in
unmittelbarer Hochschulnähe


Passende Förderprogramme


Technologie
-
Transferstellen



Information über die Leistungen der
Hochschule


Forschung und Entwicklung


Lehre


Weiterbildung


Marketing der Angebote


Sondierung der Nachfrage in Unternehmen


Projektmanagement


Informations
-
Brooker


Unterstützung des Transfer
-
Prozesses


Förderprogramme für


Personal
-
Transfer


Forschung
-

und Entwicklung


Gründerunterstützung (Start
-
Up
)



Technologie
-
Zentren



Veranstaltungen, Messe
-
Teilnehmen, Kongresse,
Wettbewerbe etc.



Weitere Maßnahmen: z.B. An
-
Institute, Transfer
-
GmbH


Technologie
-
Zentren


In
allen Landkreisen Brandenburgs und in
Berlin


In unmittelbarer Nähe zu Hochschulen


Vielfältige Unterstützung für Gründerfirmen


Spezifische inhaltliche Ausrichtung


Biotechnologie


Luftfahrt


Energie

Probleme


Zusammenwirken vieler Akteure


Wissenschaftsministerium


Wirtschaftsministerium


Hochschulen


Wirtschaftsverbände


Selbstverständnis der Wissenschaft


Freiheit von Forschung und Lehre
vs

Auftragsforschung


Konkurrenzsituation im Umfeld


Anforderungsprofil der Transfer
-
Stellen und des
-
Personals


Konkrete Beispiele:


Tausende Gründerunternehmen in Berlin
-
Brandenburg


Hunderte Kooperationsprojekte Wissenschaft
-
Wirtschaft


Laser Medizin Zentrum Berlin GmbH (gegr. 1985)


BBAT AG


Berlin Brandenburg Aerospace Technology AG


WIT e.V.


Wildau Institute
of

Technology e.V.



O
ne of the most m
od
ern infrastructures in Europe










smart and fast network of ‘Autobahns’



Three international airports


all European Capitals daily


fast growth



Railway system completely modernised



1 h to VW


1,75 h to KOTRA Hamburg


1 h to Poland



Berlin




Telecommunication



highest density of fibre connections within Germany




Fresh and waste water supply



New facilities in entire area, capacity for large users.




Electrical energy and Gas supply




Quality of electricity and gas is of a unified standard;



capacity for larger users.




Investments in infrastructure



More than 500 castles, parks, palaces,
churches
-

eg. Sanssouci, Babelsberg and
Cecilienhof, Charlottenburg, Berliner
Cathedral



More than 130 theaters; 3 opera houses;
numerous symphony orchestras; Berliner
Philharmoniker; more than 220 museums



About 3,000 lakes and 6.2 mill sq.mi.of
woods; beautiful countryside



18 golf
-
courses



Unique scene for international artists


….. A breeding ground and a magnet for
creative talent

Berlin
-
Brandenburg
-

a heaven for culture and leisure

Frankfurt/O.

Elsterwerda

Rangsdorf

Prenzlau

Fürstenenwalde

aleo solar AG

Algatec Solar

Conergy AG

First Solar

Johanna Solar Technology

Nanosolar

Odersun AG

PVflex Solar

Solon AG

Sulfurcell

Projekte in Arbeit

Brandenburg
a.d. Havel

Berlin

Photovoltaic
-
Competence


a completely new industry

Senftenberg

Luckenwalde

Kolkwitz

Cottbus

Frankfurt/O.

Brandenburg/

Havel



9,000 companies



120,000 employees





11.5bn sales

Examples in Brandenburg

1

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

Cottbus

Frankfurt/O.

Potsdam

Branden
-

burg/Havel

Berlin

Askania Media in Potsdam
-
Babelsberg

Cartoon Movie (Animation)in Potsdam
-
Babelsberg

ebay Kleinmachnow

German Filmschool of digital production in Elstal

Hasso Plattner Institute in Potsdam

Institute for High Performance in Frankfurt/Oder

Media
-
City in Potsdam
-
Babelsberg

Microelectronics in Frankfurt/Oder

Oracle in Potsdam

Timebandits Filmverleih in Potsdam
-
Babelsberg

Ufa Film & TV
-
Produktion in Potsdam
-
Babelsberg

ICT & Media


again the creative center of Germany

3

1

2

4

5

6

8

9

10

11

7

B R A N D E N B U R G



150 companies & institutes



7,000 employees





2.5bn exports

Frankfurt/O.

Examples in Brandenburg

Cottbus

Frankfurt/O.

Potsdam

Brandenburg/

Havel

1

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

Cottbus

Frankfurt/O.

Potsdam

Branden
-

burg/Havel

Berlin

1

2

3

4

5

7

Mobility


the talent base has attracted big names

Berlin Brandenburg International Airport Schönefeld

Bombardier Transportation Hennigsdorf

Pratt & Whitney Ludwigsfeld

Lufthansa Technik Schönefeld

MTU Ludwigsfelde

Rolls Royce Dahlewitz

Stemme Strausberg

B R A N D E N B U R G

6



90 companies & institutes



22,000 employees





3 bn sales

Cottbus

Frankfurt/O.

Examples

Cottbus

Frankfurt/O.

Potsdam

Brandenburg/

Havel

Cottbus

Frankfurt/O.

Potsdam

Branden
-

burg/Havel

Berlin

1

2

4

5

6

7

8

Automotive


a success of conversion and new ideas

B R A N D E N B U R G

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

BMW Berlin Spandau

DaimlerChrysler Berlin Marienfelde

DaimlerChrysler Ludwigsfelde

EuroSpeedway Lausitz

Mahle Ventiltrieb Wustermark

Magna Seating Systems Ludwigsfelde

Volkswagen Design Center Potsdam

ZF Brandenburg Brandenburg/Havel

Magna Intier Automotive Massen

9

9

3

Airport Berlin Brandenburg International BBI (Starting
2013)



State
-
of
-
the
-
art airport



The hub for Eastern


European air traffic



Starting
2013



Excellent motorway access



Rail access (20 minutes


into city centre)

ZAB Brandenburg


a reliable and strong partner for the national and international
business communities since 1991



Successful participation in appr. 1.400 investment projects:




a total investment volume of


25.3 bill.



creating more than 105.000 new jobs



attracting more than 371 foreign investors

* 1991


2006 Wirtschaftsförderung Brandenburg GmbH/ZukunftsAgentur Brandenburg GmbH

Ireland

(3)

Luxembourg

(2)


Malaysia

(1)

Greece

(2)

Israel

(1)


India

(7)

Kuwait

(1)

Mexiko

(3)


Noray

(2)

Netherlands

(33)

Portugal

(1)


Poland

(7)

Taiwan

(3)


South Korea

(4)

Russia

(3)


Sweden

(23)

Turkey

(4)

Ukraine

(2)

USA

(55)


China

(2)

Venezuela

(1)

Thailand

(1)

Canada

(9)


Denmark

(23)


Finland

(4)

Belarus

(1)

Hungary

(1)


Austria

(35)


Italy

(14)


Spain

(2)

Switzerland

(33)

Great Britain

(30)


France

(29)

Belgium

(8)

Czech. Rep.

(1)

Japan

(7)

Source
: ZAB, March 2007

A Truely International Business Community in Brandenburg

Design
-
Center

Great Names


Powerful Investors

Sources:

Research Ministry of Brandenburg, Berlin Senat, 2006

Cottbus

Frankfurt/O.

Potsdam

Branden
-

burg/Havel

Berlin

Belzig

Luckenwalde

Herzberg

Senftenberg

Forst


7 Universities


21 Universities of Applied Sciences


176,000 Students


>250 Research institutes


23 Technology centers



e.g. 130
membres

of the TU Berlin
Korean alumni club

Sciences, research and development

in the German Capital Region

B R A N D E N B U R G

Source:

Ministries for education (of the Eastern German states)

International schools

Frankfurt/O.

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

B R A N D E N B U R G

Cottbus

Frankfurt/O.

Potsdam

Branden
-

burg/Havel

Berlin

1

4

2

7

5

8

6

3

9

10

B R A N D E N B U R G

Berlin British School (English System)

British International School Berlin

John F. Kennedy School Berlin (English
-
German)

Berlin International School (English
-
German)

Collège Voltaire Berlin (French System)

Collège et Lycée francais de Berlin (French System)

Japanese International School Berlin

Swedish School Berlin

International School Potsdam (English)

Ludwig Leichardt High School Cottbus (English, Japanese)

I.


Cash incentives

II.


Loan programs
and equity
capital
assistance

IV.


Labor
-
related
financial
incentives


V.


Training
support


VI.


Research and
development
promotion


III.


State
guarantees

Reducing capital expenditures

Reducing operating costs

Incentives

The most attractive investment incentives in Europe



Who qualifies for ince
ntives in Brandenburg ?


Projects of national and international investors creating jobs



-

without any discrimination for international investors *





What type of investments are eligible for incentives ?



In general, all goods financed from capital expenditure budgets (i.e. depreciable)*



-

buildings



-

equipment (hardware)



-

intangible goods (software / licenses)


or:


-

wage costs for two years


* According to „Joint Task for the Promotion of Trade and Industry (GA
-
G)“



What additional support is availab
le to reduce up
-
front capital


expenditures ?




Special tools to assist financial investments:



-

special loan programs



-

below
-
market
-
rate loans



-

state guarantees for loans



-

equity capital assistance



-

R & D promotion



-

training for new employees

Incentives for Investments

Quelle:

ILB; 2006

In 2007, in the framework of the 35
th

General Plan of the Joint Task (GA) " For the
Improvement of the Regional Economic Structure " (dated 6/7/2006) a new
directive for the promotion of industry and trade becomes effective.



According to this directive the following maximum promotion rates apply to the
whole

State of Brandenburg including locations within the job market region of
Berlin:


Large Enterprises


30%


Medium
-
Sized Enterprises *

40%


Small Enterprises **


50%





* (max. 249 employees,
max. 50 mill. EUR annual turnover

or

max. 43 mill. EUR balance sheet sum
)

** (max. 49 employees,
max. 10 mill. EUR annual turnover

or

max. 10 mill. EUR balance sheet sum
)

Brandenburg “Promotion of Industry and Trade”



Program
2007

Success in the region Berlin
-

Brandenburg in attracting investments


Number 1 growth region in the whole of Germany * south of Berlin


Number 2 high performer region regarding technology and high
-
tech industry **
south of Berlin


189,000 employees in the manufacturing industry
-

the most powerful industrial
region in Central Europe.




*
Potential area “Die Zeit” 02.01.2004

** Potential area “Prognos Technology Atlas 2002”