Start of new research project PRODISYS

In light of the growing digitization and with new technologies emerging, processes in the manufacturing sector are increasingly interlinked. To implement this, service systems are developed by means of Service Systems Engineering. However, present strategies are... read more

Master thesis at CLIC successfully completed

Our student assistant Paula Rassmann successfully defended her master thesis, which was supervised at our center. Her outstanding thesis explored drivers and barriers for the sustainable use of resources in the high-tech textile industry in Germany. Paula, who studied... read more

CLIC at ISPIM Conference in Vienna

From June 18th to June 21st, the 28th Conference organized by the International Society for Professional Innovation Management (ISPIM) took place in Vienna, Austria. The CLIC team took this opportunity to present the results of several of their research projects to an... read more

futureTEX Competence Workshop in Chemnitz

How can firms better use their expertise to innovate? And what toolkits support co-creation in complex industry markets? At the 3rd futureTEX Competence Workshop on June 14th, Leontin Grafmüller from CLIC presented the results of the Basic project Mass Customization... read more

Start of new project PROFUND

A new futureTEX project was kicked off in May: PROFUND (Process-oriented configuration of value creation in textile networks for mass customization in SME). Funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), the project’s aim is to create an... read more

Discussing the future of Innovation and Leadership

The network of the Peter Pribilla Foundation has gathered again to discuss new developments in the field of innovation and leadership. The meeting was kicked off with an introduction to Open Innovation Co-creation at Josephs in Nürnberg yesterday. Now the participants... read more

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