For the third time in a row, Mazovia Cluster ICT has obtained the status of the National Key Cluster.
The fifth and final meeting of the Virtual Working Mission series was organized by CWP (Catalan Water Partnership) and took place on November 17.
On 6th of October 2021 was held the second of five C2C Virtual Working Missions of the GREEN SMALL SMART CITIES project – five appointments around the concept of Smart Cities and its challenges and opportunities pillars in 3 different countries: Chile, Cape Verde and Vietnam. The event was organized by Mazovia Cluster ICT, one of the […]
Web Summit in Lisbon is behind us (01-04.11). During the three days of the event, technology leaders, innovators, authors and politicians shared their knowledge, experience and vision for the coming years.
During their stay in Lisbon, MCICT representatives visited the stand of companies from Cape Verde. Cabo Verde is one of the countries in the “Green Small Smart Cities” project. The project met with considerable interest. Established contacts will be used during the mission planned by the consortium in 2022.
The 4th meeting within the GSSC project took place on November 4. The organizer was the Czech cluster Nanoprogress.
Lukasiewicz – Institute of Microelectronics and Photonics has a history of more than 50 years. As of April, it is 2019 part of the Łukasiewicz Research Network. The Institute conducts scientific research and performs developmental work in the fields of micro- and nano-electronics, materials engineering, optoelectronics and nanophotonics, microwave electronics, power electronics, transparent and flexible electronics.
The BLUES project was presented during the second Virtual Working Mission, organized within the GSSC project. The meeting was devoted to the potential of Vietnam in the field of Smart Cities. Participants included entrepreneurs from Europe and Vietnam, representatives of clusters and business environment organizations.
MCICT hosted the first exchange within the BLUES project. The guest was a representative of #WITENO institute (Wissenschafts- und Technologiepark NORD°OST) from Greifswald, Germany.
On 5-7 October 2021 we hosted representatives of 5 clusters from Europe (Aqua Valley/France, BalticNet-PlasmaTech/Germany, Nanoprogress/Czech Republic, France Water Team and ZINNAE/Spain), working together in the BLUES project.