If your idea gets selected as Galileo Masters 2019 Overall Winner
University of Malaga (UMA)
The University of Malaga (UMA), founded in 1972, is a public institution responsible for the higher education as public service, through teaching, study and research having more than 2,300 teaching positions and 39,000 students. It has also a long history of collaboration with international companies, particularly in the technological sector.
Together with the University of Seville, it forms the International Campus of Excellence (ICE) Andalucía TECH. The objective of Andalucía TECH is to promote excellence in education, research, knowledge transfer and in the campus environment. To do this, the ICE performs different actions in close cooperation with prestigious foreign research institutions and with the main regional economic development organisations. Andalucía TECH aspires to go beyond providing training in professional skills, but to form future community leaders of the society and the Andalusian economy; with a critical and entrepreneurial spirit. All of this is done in the heart of a cultural, accessible, healthy, conciliatory and fully committed campus.
Promálaga is a development and business promotion agency dedicated to job, wealth and welfare creation in the city of Malaga, guided by the promotion of the entrepreneurial spirit, business drive, and investment in technologicy. The initiative offers a creative and cultural technology incubator network providing space for the development of ideas and projects in the areas of innovation and urban technology.
E-GNSS Accelerator Partner
The prize pool is co-financed by the European Commission’s DG Grow. The aim of the “E-GNSS Accelerator” is to foster the market uptake of Galileo/EGNOS and high technologies in EU28, the EEA and ENP countries.
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