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MATURE Associate Partners

A network of associated partner plays a key role in the research process of MATURE, which consists of companies of all sizes as well as research institutions. This partner network has early access to project results by being part of an ongoing dialgue and will be invited to provide input and feedback to the project developments.

In general, associate partners can have any role that is of mutual benefit. So far, we have been able to identify four typical roles:

  • Application Partners are interested in using the tools we develop in their own working environment. They have the unique opportunity to try out innovative solutions to inspire their own further developments, influence the usefulness of the tools, and in some cases even get a tool that helps their operational processes.
  • Technology Partners are interested in integrating MATURE solutions into their products, thus enhancing or extending them. As a partner, they get new ideas for their further product development in a dialogue with the project, and can even get the possibility to incorporate MATURE technology into their development processes.
  • Consultation Partners are interested in the conceptual topics and their discource as well as empirical findings and experiences. They give feedback to the project, e.g., in workshops, interviews or other forms of consultation, become part of an ongoing dialogue that is mutually inspiring. Companies can become case studies, and the project can help to moderate a reflection process and give external advice.
  • Research collaboration partner are interested in collaborating on specific research topics and in complementing their own research activities with MATURE. They can benefit from the MATURE scenarios as rich contexts for research, increase their impact by profiting from the visibility of MATURE and creating a community, or just benefit from exchanging experiences.

Commercial partners

Non-Profit Organizations

Research partners

Associated Projects

Interested in joining? Just contact the Scientific Coordinator - or one of the partners you might be in contact with. We are happy to discuss opportunities for collaboration.