The innovative cooperation between Germany and Korea reaches a new level: “InDeKo Innovation Center Germany Korea – The Korean-German Innovation Hub” is the name of a new association, which was founded on Wednesday evening in Dresden. The aim of the association is to bring together Korean and German scientists and companies in all innovation-relevant fields and to form a living platform for them.
At the founding meeting, the renowned physicist Professor dr. Peter Fulde, who has spent half of his time in Korea over the past seven years, where he has built up the Institute for Basic Science. His deputies on the board of the company are the former German ambassador to Seoul. Hans-Ulrich Seidt, Berlin, Managing Director of Solarwatt GmbH Dresden, Detlef Neuhaus, and Honorary Consul of the Republic of Korea, Notary Dr. Christoph Hollenders, Dresden.
The fact that the probably most promising German-Korean platform was founded in Dresden in times of Industry 4.0 and increasing digitization is due to the large concentration of non-university research institutes, the international reputation of the University of Excellence Dresden as well as numerous personalities who are from Saxony for to intensify German-Korean cooperation in areas relevant to innovation.
Dresden, 8 December 2017