Entrepreneurial Universities – Building Innovation Bridges between the USA and Germany
Zeit & Ort
Über die Veranstaltung
Stream: Just follow this link a few minutes early on April 20, 4 pm, and you'll get to the stream right away.
Universities can be major drivers of innovation. Stanford University and the Technical University of Munich are good examples of how institutions cultivate an entrepreneurial ecosystem that brings forth future founders that are prepared to shape our future with their technological ideas. In this session we will take a look at how entrepreneurial universities can collaborate and how we can build innovation bridges between the USA and Germany.
Prof. Dr. Helmut Schönenberger: Co-Founder and CEO UnternehmerTUM, Vice President Entrepreneurship at TUM
Ph.D., P.E., Sheri D. Sheppard: Professor at Stanford University
Caleb Boyd: Stanford alumnus and Investment Associate at UnternehmerTUM Venture Capital Partners
Timo Bunk: TUM Master student in cooperation with Stanford University
Jasmin Bauer: TUM Master student in cooperation with Stanford University
Presented by John Stubbs, Consul for Public Affairs of the U.S. Consulate in Munich
This talk is held in English.
About U Talk
Our external guests and UnternehmerTUM experts are going to discuss topics on healthcare, sustainability in start-ups, international cooperation, artificial intelligence, and much more in various online formats. Be there when they provide impulses on socially and economically relevant topics.
This U Talk is part of the “Transatlantic Innovation Week”. During this week, institutions all over Germany are highlighting German-American leadership in innovation. We are happy to contribute to a virtual program that highlights innovation from various perspectives and to demonstrate the strength of the transatlantic “innovation bridge.”