Innovate UK Knowledge Transfer Partnership Awards
CVE is delighted to announce that our Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) associate, Max Nentwich, is a finalist in the Innovate UK KTP Awards 2022.
Knowledge Transfer Partnerships
KTPs, organised by Innovate UK KTN, connect businesses with academia to deliver innovation projects led by graduates.
The projects focus on some of the world’s most pressing problems, and the programme accelerates these ambitious ideas into real-world, commercial solutions. It does this through connecting businesses with new partners, ideas, or academia.
The KTP Awards
The KTP Awards celebrate the most creative, effective, and interesting people and projects out of around 800 KTPs that are active right now.
Max is a finalist for the Future Leader Award. This award is for associates who have shown exceptional skills, above and beyond the normal expectations of a KTP Associate, in driving and delivering innovation strategy, demonstrating great teamwork, and outstanding leadership potential.
Max’s work with CVE in includes an innovative laser in vacuum window protection solution and is in partnership with Cranfield University.
There are an additional six awards available:
- Best Knowledge Transfer Partnership
- Technical Excellence Award
- The Changing the World Award
- Business Impact and Transformation
- KTP Academic of the Year Award
- Best Knowledge Base KTP Support Team Award
Innovate UK KTP Awards – 12 October 2022.
Max Nentwich, Cambridge Vacuum Engineering / Cranfield University is a Future Leader Award finalist.
Join the Ceremony
The ceremony will take place on Wednesday 12th October, in-person and online. You can register your attendance via Innovate UK’s website.