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June 2003: The opening of the University of Brightons KTP Centre office with Councillor Jeanne Lepper, Mayor of Brighton and Hove City Council. The Centre was re-launched after the TCS scheme changed it's name. The University of Brighton has one of the longest standing KTP Centres, and was established in June 1993. #40yearsofKTP
The University of Nottingham's 60th KTP celebration event. Presentations from Matt Hague (Microlise Group Ltd), Mike Carr (BEIS) and Paul Taylor (Dynes Semiconductors Ltd)
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Revit Model of Manchester Central Library generated from 3D survey model and point cloud laser scan. We decided to recruit a dedicated champion to lead this initiative. Through a Knowledge Transfer Partnership with Teesside University, we recruited Nahim Iqbal as BIM Development Leader to manage research and development in the wider aspects of BIM and how these could be applied to our business.
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Manchester Central Library Tour - June 2013 (BIM Model - Ryder Architects)
Pablo Gonzalez is the KTP associate responsible for leading the project with the support of Exwold employees and academic practitioners from Teesside University' Manufacturing Centre
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Teesside University form a Knowledge Transfer Partnership with Datum360 From left: KTP associate Michael Hodds, Prof Nashwan Dawood and Steve Wilson
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Professor Graham Henderson, Vice-Chancellor visits Wellstream International A double KTP graded between Teesside University and Wellstream International graded outstanding by the Technology Strategy Board
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Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTP) supports UK businesses wanting to improve their competitiveness, productivity and performance by accessing the knowledge and expertise available within UK Universities and Colleges.