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ERDF Bremen 2014 - 2020

Priority Axis 1 – The Innovation Axis

Specific objective 1: Boosting research and innovation capacities in close-to-market research and innovation facilities with reference to the priorities of the RIS

Specific objective 2: Boosting the R&D and innovative capabilities of companies in Bremen

Priority Axis 2 – The SME Axis

Specific objective 3: Boosting the investment activities of SMEs

Specific objective 4: Boosting start-up activities

Priority Axis 3 – The Climate Change Axis

Specific objective 5: Cutting carbon emissions in the commercial sector

Specific objective 6: Cutting carbon emissions in certain urban areas

Priority Axis 4 – The Urban Development Axis

Specific objective 7: Stabilising disadvantaged social areas and their local economies

ERDF Bremen 2014 - 2020

Priority Axis 1 – The Innovation Axis

Specific objective 1: Boosting research and innovation capacities in close-to-market research and innovation facilities with reference to the priorities of the RIS

Fraunhofer AWF

Building a Fraunhofer Application Center for Wind Energy Field Measurements in Bremerhaven
© Picture Jan Meier

The Application Center for Wind Energy Field Measurements (AWF) is a joint venture between Fraunhofer IWES Nordwest and fk-wind: of Bremerhaven University. It measures wind turbines in operation as a partner for research and development projects. In this way, the Application Center is responding to the growing demand for high-quality processes to measure, analyse and optimise existing installations and prototypes in the field. MORE

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InFibrEco

Scientific equipment to integrate FIBRE into the EcoMat
EcoMaT Bremen, © Büro Hubert Staudt Architekten dba

The Bremen Fibre Institute (FIBRE) will open a second facility in the new EcoMaT lightweight construction centre in the Airport City.As a major scientific player in the EcoMaT, the Bremen Fibre Institute (FIBRE) is planning to develop its expertise in the field of fibre-reinforced composites, to make it available to all its partners, and thus to generate its own growth. MORE

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More space for Fraunhofer MEVIS

A new building for the Fraunhofer Institute for Medical Image Computing MEVIS

The Fraunhofer Institute for Medical Image Computing MEVIS in Bremen does research and development work in the field of software development for computer-assisted medicine, bringing together medical imaging, image-assisted therapy and medical computer science. Working and interacting closely with healthcare professionals, Fraunhofer MEVIS is developing IT-based systems for the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the breast, liver and lung, the brain, the cardiovascular system, and cancers. MORE

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Pooling wind energy expertise

Establishment of a group of researchers into high-performance electronics for wind energy installations

High-performance electronics is increasingly becoming a key technology for the energy transition. Almost all multi-megawatt wind energy installations are connected to the grid via high-performance electronics. This technology is crucial for the integration of wind energy into the grid and for transporting the electricity generated across large distances. MORE

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Upgrading of the Bremen site of the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI)

3D render of the building

The German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) is responding to the growth at its Bremen site and is massively upgrading its research and test infrastructure. This is resulting in a platform for human-machine cooperation, space and underwater robotics, and embedded systems with a unique European experimentation environment. The DFKI’s new building, which was completed at the end of 2013, is to be enlarged for this purpose in a second construction phase in order to provide the space needed for project rooms, workshops, test areas and experimental environments. In future, pioneering work is to take place here in the fields of cyber-physical systems, verification of embedded systems, aerospace, assistance and rehabilitation systems, adaptive production and agricultural robotics in cooperation with innovative, high-performing companies. MORE

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Specific objective 2: Boosting the R&D and innovative capabilities of companies in Bremen

Priority Axis 2 – The SME Axis

Specific objective 3: Boosting the investment activities of SMEs

Specific objective 4: Boosting start-up activities

Priority Axis 3 – The Climate Change Axis

Specific objective 5: Cutting carbon emissions in the commercial sector

Specific objective 6: Cutting carbon emissions in certain urban areas

Priority Axis 4 – The Urban Development Axis

Specific objective 7: Stabilising disadvantaged social areas and their local economies

Gröpelingen neighbourhood initiative

Gröpelingen Marketing e.V. and Kultur vor Ort e.V.

The Gröpelingen neighbourhood initiative consists of two partners: Gröpelingen Marketing e.V. and Kultur vor Ort e.V. The two initiatives are tasked with integrating the local economy with the neighbourhood culture. In addition to their existing responsibilities of neighbourhood networking and promotion, as well as event promotion, the two associations started providing advice to SMEs in early 2015. MORE

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Alte Bürger neighbourhood centre

The funding continues
Alte Bürger neighbourhood centre

Alte Bürger street in the Mitte-Nord area of Bremerhaven stands for culture and entertainment, living and working. The wide-ranging activities of the Alte Bürger neighbourhood centre achieved a lot of positive things in the previous programming period. MORE

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Lehe neighbourhood centre

The work which began in 2014 is continuing
Lehe neighbourhood centre

In the heart of Lehe, the “Old Town of the Maritime Town”, a contact and coordination office was opened in mid-2014 in response to demand. The intention is to counter the deterioration in the image of the neighbourhood and to engender a positive development. MORE

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Waller Sand

A beach for the west side of Bremen
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The citizens of Bremen will soon be able to enjoy a waterside view at a beach at the turning bay, the north-west end of Überseestadt. Today’s ugly pile of stones and rocks is to be transformed into a new leisure and relaxation area for Überseestadt and the neighbouring areas of Gröpelingen and Walle. MORE

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Revitalisation of the Kistner site

An attractive new centre in Lehe

The Kistner site in Lehe has been vacant at least since 2005, when the H. F. Kistner construction company went bankrupt. Roughly 4.2 hectares in size, the site’s central waterside location, its accessibility and the attractive landscape mean that it offers excellent prospects for development. The site between Hafenstraße and the Geeste is now to be revitalised. With a blend of local services, retail outlets, housing and culture, a new, attractive centre is to be created in Lehe. MORE

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