As part of the Tempus project "Fostering students’’ entrepreneurship and open innovation and university-industry collaboration - IDEA LAB"
iDEAlab started collaborating with other companies, so Dexter’s IT Laboratory held two workshops, for children and students.
The fifth workshop at iDEAlab in Novi Sad was “Team work”.
Students at iDEAlab in Novi Sad had their fourth workshop about creating a business model.
iDEAlab tenants at the University of Novi Sad attended their third training "Thinking as an entrepreneur” organized within iDEAlab pre-incubation program on June 13, 2016 in iDEAlab.
iDEAlab tenants at the University of Novi Sad attended their second training “Lifecycle of companies” organized within iDEAlab pre-incubation program on June 6, 2016 in iDEAlab.
On June 8th and 9th 2016, two six hour long courses were held in iDEAlab as a part of WP1, activity 1.4 within the project “Mastering innovation in Serbia through development and implementation of interdisciplinary post-graduate curricula in innovation management (MAIN)” on the topic of managing creativity inside companies.
After the Startup Weekend Event (13 to 15 May, 2016), organized by Business Incubator and iDEAlab project, selection of the best teams and presented ideas that have the potential to further development were carried out. Selected teams qualified themselves for pre-incubation program organized within the iDEAlab.
As a part of a six-day event entitled "Brain trainer - Critical thinking", organized by ESTIEM the organisation for European Students of Industrial Engineering and Management, a special workshop was organized in Novi Sad’s iDEAlab. The workshop was realized on May 21st, 2016., and it was attended by 14 students - local and guest students from Germany, Greece, Denmark and Turkey.
On 9 May 2016, a solemn ceremony was held in the premises of the Faculty of mechanical engineering of the University of Zenica, when iDEAlab (generated from TEMPUS Project iDEAlab, which is coordinated by the University of Novi Sad, Serbia) and the Laboratory of environmental monitoring – LOM (generated from TEMPUS Project RESI, which is coordinated by the University of Hohenheim, Germany) were officially opened.