Our EIT Digital Professional School partner network is composed of renowned European research organizations and universities. The cooperation between these different types of organizations allows for a synergistic effect and a strong focus on the latest research, industry application and excellent delivery of training courses using innovative blended learning methods. See below the current list of partners:
Aalto University, Finland
Established in 2010, Aalto University resulted from the merger of three of Finland’s top universities: The Helsinki School of Economics, Helsinki University of Technology and The University of Art and Design Helsinki. The three schools of the Aalto University are all leading and renowned institutions in their respective fields and in their own right, and bring centuries of experience to the new university.
Embedded Systems Innovation by TNO (TNO-ESI), The Netherlands
TNO-ESI is a research group that focuses on design and engineering of high-tech embedded systems. Its extensive research programme aims to advance high-tech industry in improving lead-time and effectiveness of their product innovation process, as well as the functionality and quality of their products. The dedicated TNO-ESI competence development programme supports system architects and industrial engineers in advancing their architectural and overall professional competencies.
Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft (FhG), Germany
Research of practical utility lies at the heart of all activities pursued by the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft. Founded in 1949, the research organization undertakes applied research that drives economic development and serves the wider benefit of society. Its services are solicited by customers and contractual partners in industry, the service sector and public administration. The Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft is a recognized non-profit organization. With its clearly defined mission of application-oriented research and its focus on key technologies of relevance to the future, the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft plays a prominent role in the German and European innovation process.
Inria, the French National Institute for computer science and applied mathematics, promotes “scientific excellence for technology transfer and society”. With its open, agile model, Inria is able to explore original approaches with its partners in industry and academia and provide an efficient response to the multidisciplinary and application challenges of the digital transformation. Inria is the source of many innovations that add value and create jobs.
TUB, Technische Universität Berlin, Germany
The Technische Universität Berlin (TUB) looks back over a long and distinguished tradition of teaching and research, and is one of the largest technical universities in Germany. The seven faculties of the university offer more than 120 study programmes from the fields of engineering and natural sciences, economics and business, planning sciences, humanities and the social sciences. Enrolment at TUB is about 34,000 students of which 20 per cent are foreign citizens.
University of Trento, Italy
The University of Trento was founded in 1962 and has always aimed at building alliance and reciprocal efficiency with Italian and foreign institutions and organizations. In 1982, the University (until then private) became public, with a statute that guaranteed self-government.
U Twente, University of Twente, The Netherlands
The University of Twente is a young and enterprising university that prepares young people for the future. We accomplish this through innovative, attractive and future-focused education and through fulfilling a global function in technological and social research. The University of Twente is the place where talent development is maximized. Students and staff are the focus at the University of Twente.