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InterCampus Program

InterCampus Program

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The Robert Bosch Centre for Cyber-Physical Systems provides information about current research projects on its website

From Aachen to Shanghai, Bangalore to Stanford, and California to Stuttgart, Bosch has been supporting universities and research projects focusing on the environment, energy, and mobility through the InterCampus Program since 2011. Experts and scientists from all over the world have been brought together, new institutes founded, and academic chairs established in Germany, China, India, and the U.S.

The RWTH Aachen, for example, received funding to set up a new chair for renewable energies, specializing in wind power. In North America, money from the InterCampus Program funds the Bosch Energy Research Network (BERN). This is a joint initiative of ten top universities in the United States for collaborative research into transformational energy technologies such as solar energy, photovoltaics, and wind energy. In Bangalore, India, a new location is currently in development for engineering IT design and cyber-physical systems that may enable buildings to control their own energy requirements in future. By 2021, Bosch will have invested a total of approximately 50 million euros in higher education through its InterCampus program.