EIT Manufacturing RIS Hubs

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EIT Manufacturing Hubs established in 2020, acting as interaction points of EIT Manufacturing in their countries, will continue their activities in 2021 to strengthen the manufacturing innovation ecosystem in EIT RIS countries. The main mission of EIT Manufacturing Hubs is to act as a contact point of EIT Manufacturing in EIT RIS countries in order to support local manufacturing innovators, mobilize and internationalize their networks and promote know-how transfer. Other important goal is to increase the participation of local stakeholders in EIT Manufacturing activities, by attracting new partners for EIT Manufacturing and increasing the awareness of EIT Manufacturing among business, industry, research and academia, which leads to enhancement of capabilities, technologies and skills. EIT Manufacturing Hubs will continue to raise awareness among national and local authorities, towards gaining their support for EIT Manufacturing and EIT in general.

RIS Hubs

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University of Zagreb


Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Institute of Informatics, Robotics, and Cybernetics

University of TartuUniversity of Tartu

University of Tartu

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Laboratory for Manufacturing Systems and Automation, University of Patras (LMS)

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LINPRA Engineering and Technology Industries Association of Lithuania


INESC-TEC Institute for Systems and Computer Engineering



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University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering

Pannon Business Network

Łukasiewicz PIAP

Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava

Leading organisation:

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EIT Manufacturing ASBL

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