The Quantum Incubator
The partner institutions of IQST have established the Quantum Incubator to increase exchange with industry, and to support researchers in bringing their ideas to products.
Fostering start-up companies
Quantum Incubator of IQST aims to create the innovation leaders of the future by facilitating the establishment of start-up companies and providing technology transfer and entrepreneurial education for early career researchers. The efforts of IQST have already resulted in four start-ups: NVision Imaging Technologies (Ulm & Hebrew University), Swabian Instruments (Stuttgart), Stuttgart Instruments (Stuttgart) and SQUTEC (Stuttgart).
For technology transfer and entrepreneurial training, the Quantum Incubator relies on the well-established collaboration with leading industries within the center for IQST, such as Bosch, Zeiss, Bruker and Trumpf.
You have a great disruptive idea or are about to found something exciting - but no idea where to start?
Get comprehensive support:
- TFU - Start-up and Innovation Centre for the Ulm/Neu-Ulm Region
- Start-up support @UUlm
- TTI - Technology Transfer Initiative @Uni Stuttgart
- Let US start! Foster your entrepreneurial spirit and discover your start-up skills based on your own projects @Uni Stuttgart
- Start-up café @Uni Stuttgart
- Young Entrepreneurs in Science by Falling Wall Foundation
Networking with the industry
Networking with the Industry is an exchange program designed for knowledge and technology exchange between the academic and industry partners of the center for IQST. This program is designed to facilitate exchanges of staff between universities and companies, allowing staff from universities and industry longer stays in the form of personnel exchange as sabbaticals or student exchange internships. This program also supports joint cooperation PhD projects between IQST and its industry partners. There will be workshops, quantum entrepreneur seminars and events organized with industry.
Current start-up companies involved:
NVision Imaging Technologies
Robert Bosch GmbH
Bruker BioSpin GmbH
Carl Zeiss AG
Trumpf GmbH & Co.KG