ARTEC Expert Network
Since its founding, ARTEC has been collaborating with numerous partners in science, business, and politics with the aim of always optimally supporting its channel partners and their customers through knowledge transfer in the fields of law and security.
AFCEA Bonn e. V.
The AFCEA Bonn e. V. is a special forum for modern information and communication technology in the defence and security sector and comprises over 900 personal and more than 90 company members. The association is internationally positioned and has become an established dialogue platform for the industry with many event formats and lectures as well as support programmes.
Federal Association of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises
The Federal Association of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (BVMW) sees itself as the mouthpiece of small and medium-sized enterprises and is represented nationwide with more than 300 offices. In addition to local offices throughout the country, the BVMW has connections to more than 1,000 tax advisors, attorneys, and management consultants, It also offers numerous events and seminars in order to support its members in the best way possible. Including its member federations, the BVMW currently represents more than 270,000 businesses with approximately 9 million employees in total.
Wirtschaftskanzlei Heuking Kühn Lüer Wojtek
With more than 300 attorneys, tax consultants, and notaries at eight locations in Germany and offices in Brussels and Zurich, Heuking Kühn Lüer Wojtek is one of the largest German commercial law firms. In the IP, Media & Technology practice group, over 30 attorneys provide advice in the areas of IT law, technology law, outsourcing, data protection law, and intellectual property law. The team also works in national and international IT infrastructure projects.
House of IT e. V.
House of IT is a science-related center for the promotion of innovative information and communication technology in Europe that is jointly supported by business, science, and politics. In addition to research and knowledge transfer, executive education and training as well as start-ups and growth are the focus of the activities. At House of IT, future topics are researched, IT training opportunities are provided, and start-ups and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) receive support.
Project Group for Constitutionally Compatible Technology Design (PROVET) in the Interdisciplinary Research Center for Information System Design (ITeG) at the University of Kassel
The Project Group for Constitutionally Compatible Technology Design (PROVET) at the University of Kassel carries out interdisciplinary research projects under the direction of Professor Dr. Alexander Rossnagel. It focuses on legal issues arising in the field of information and communication technology. The primary objectives of research projects are legally compatible technology design and legal training that is compatible with technical issues.