The innovative cooperation between Germany and Korea reaches a new level:”InDeKo Innovation Centre Germany Korea – The Korean-German Innovation Hub” is the name of a new association founded on 7 December 2017 in the Korean Honorary Consulate in Dresden. The aim of the association is to bring together Korean and German scientists and companies in all innovation-related fields and to create a lively platform for this purpose.
At the inaugural meeting, the renowned physicist Professor Dr. Peter Fulde, who spent half of his time in Korea over the past seven years and has built up the “Institute for Basic Science”, was elected President of the new company. The former German Ambassador to Seoul, Dr. Hans-Ulrich Seidt, Berlin, the Managing Director of Solarwatt GmbH Dresden, Detlef Neuhaus, and the Honorary Consul of the Republic of Korea, Notary Public Dr. Christoph Hollenders, Dresden, are his deputies on the Executive Board.
The fact that the most promising German-Korean platform in times of industry 4.0 and increasing digitization was founded in Dresden is due to the concentration of non-university research institutes, the international reputation of the University of Excellence TU Dresden as well as numerous personalities from Saxony who are committed to deepening German-Korean cooperation in innovation-related areas.
The founders of “InDeKo” (from left to right):
Prof. Dr. Gianaurelio Cuniberti (Institute of Materials Science and Max Bergmann Center for Biomaterials, TU Dresden), Dr. Michael Szardenings (Fraunhofer Institute for Cell Therapy and Immunology, Leipzig), former Ambassador Dr. Hans-Ulrich Seidt (Berlin), Martin Bernhardt (Lawyer, Berlin), Dr. -Ing. Tae Hyun Gil (CEO HAN Vakuum GmbH, Dresden), Gerd Günther (CEO Novaled GmbH, Dresden), Eunhye Baek (International Research Training Group Germany Korea iEGSEMP, TU Dresden), Honorary Consul Dr.. Christoph Hollenders (Notary, Dresden), Jörg Träger (Managing Director In-Circuit GmbH, Dresden), Prof. Dr. Peter Fulde (emer. Director Max Planck Institute for Physics of Complex Systems, Dresden) Dr. Caroline Hollenders (Scientific Journalist, Dresden), Detlef Neuhaus (CEO Solarwatt GmbH, Dresden), Joseph Choi (TU Dresden, not in the picture)