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Enrollments are open for the HTE High-tech Entrepreneurship course: the course that trains high-tech entrepreneurs will begin in March at the Sant'Anna School

Publication date: 01.02.2023
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The HTE High-tech Enterpreneurship course held by Andrea Piccaluga and Alberto di Minin organized by the Institute of Management of the Sant'Anna School as part of the JoTTO project and in collaboration with the EELISA project and Start Cup Toscana will start on March 9th.

This 20-hours course is designed to introduce participants, PhD and undergraduate students from different disciplines (STEM, but also Social Sciences and Humanities) and also young researchers and post-docs, to the basic knowledge and competences about high-tech entrepreneurship.

Partecipants will learn and gain direct experience about patents, university-industry collaborations, contract research, starting a new company, marketing high-tech inventions, and they will have the opportunity of setting up real proposals for start-ups which they will be able to use for start-up competitions such as Start Cup Toscana or other possible calls launched by Sant’Anna and other universities.

The course will be in presence, in Pisa. Only students from universities which belong to the EELISA network will be allowed to follow via web.

The HTE course is aimed at PhD and undergraduate students of various disciplines (STEM, but also Social Sciences and Humanities) as well as young researchers and post-docs. For all other details, download the attachment. 

In order to attend to the course, please register by sending an e mail to: