Planning for the second construction phase “HIP Two” of the HAMBURG INNOVATION PORT has gained speed – all spaces of the first segment will be ready for occupation by the end of 2022.
Here you will find the latest news regarding the HAMBURG INNOVATION PORT.
Prof. Nihat Ay is head of the Institute for Data Science Foundations at TU Hamburg since April.
Italian environmental engineer Annarita Fiorente is working on a research project on bioplastics at HAMBURG INNOVATION PORT. In this interview, she talks about her work.
Prof. Kay Smarsly is a new professor at TU Hamburg as of March 1, 2021 and heads the Institute for Digital and Autonomous Construction.
Science Senator Katharina Fegebank and TUHH President Andreas Timm-Giel presented a new project for the digitization of university teaching at the HAMBURG INNOVATION PORT.
Algorithm researcher Prof. Matthias Mnich and his team have developed a new method of data analysis that could help contain the Corona pandemic.
The TU Hamburg reaches the top 20 of medium-sized German universities in the Start-up Radar 2020.
Making Internet applications more secure: Riccardo Scandariato is a new professor at TU Hamburg and has moved into his institute at HIP.
Timo Heinrich is a new professor at the Institute for Digital Economics at Hamburg University of Technology.
HAMBURG INNOVATION PORT (HIP) becomes TUHH’s center for digital technologies – science and business are working successfully under one roof.