Our partners present synergies with Europe & ESI Funds, which could ensure a basis for cooperation with participants in the future.



The BIBA – Bremer Institut für Produktion und Logistik is a research institute focused on engineering science. Since it was founded in 1981, BIBA has stood for pioneering ideas and projects, for application-oriented teaching and for cross-disciplinary, cross-institutional, cross-company and cross-national cooperation. It is one of the largest research facilities in the federal state of Bremen.



The Laboratory for Manufacturing Systems & Automation (LMS) is oriented on research and development in cutting edge scientific and technological fields. LMS is involved in a number of research projects funded by the CEU and European industrial partners. Special attention is given to the co-operation with the European industry and a number of “hi-tech” firms.



Industrial Research Institute for Automation and Measurements PIAP was established in 1965 as a Polish national institute. The main purpose of the institute is developing and implementing new technologies, automation systems, production equipment and specialist instrumentation, control and automation in various branches of industry.



The Czech Institute of Informatics, Robotics and Cybernetics (CIIRC CTU), an institute of the Czech Technical University in Prague, focuses on fundamental and applied research in the fields of computer science and AI. CIIRC CTU builds an ecosystem for AI and advanced manufacturing. It connects the industry, universities and RTOs with European research and innovation networks.


LINPRA, the engineering industries association of Lithuania, is an independent self-governing business association with more than 100 member organizations – business companies and educational institutions. Both nationally and internationally, LINPRA represents the interests of the Lithuanian metal, machinery and equipment, electro-mechanics and electronics, plastics and rubber, laser and other technology industries.


Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava (STU) is a modern educational and scientific institution. Since its foundation in the year 1937, more than 159.000 students have graduated. On average, 12.000 students study at the STU every year. STU is a public university and offers education mainly in technical, technological, technical-economical, technical-information and technical-artistic fields of study.


The University of Tartu is Estonia’s leading centre of research and training. UniTartu belongs to the top 1.2% of the world’s best universities. The university includes four faculties – Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Faculty of Social Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, and Faculty Science and Technology, around 13,000 students and 3,602 employees.