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Universities are true think tanks. With the Campus of Ideas, CEDUS would like to promote a wealth of ideas, innovations and networks across the boundaries of disciplines, faculties and status groups. The focus is on how ideas can be generated and implemented efficiently, pragmatically and with great motivation.
The Campus of Ideas includes numerous activities such as workshops and impulse lectures by founders, fun activities and the big HHU Ideas Competition - all with a focus on idea generation, implementation and innovation.
From May 2 to July 13, 2023, we once again offered you our popular PopUp-Coworking on the lawn in front of the ULB, and due to the extremely positive response, we are happy to announce that we will repeat this offer in the summer semester of 2024!
Our coworking spaces not only offer an inspiring atmosphere, but are also the perfect place for feedback sessions on ideas, for general information and questions, and for stimulating conversations - accompanied by first-class coffee. This place not only serves as an interface for exchange between participants, but also as a meeting point for encounters.
In addition, exciting workshops, lectures and a variety of small events and activities are held here. This multifunctional space thus creates the optimal setting for knowledge exchange, creativity and joint learning. Join us next year and create this lively place of ideas!
The Center for Entrepreneurship Düsseldorf (CEDUS) at Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf is committed to a lively, collaborative startup culture - both here at the university and in the region. Whether in our office hours or a speedback session, whether in a classic start-up consultation or at one of our numerous events: We are your contact for all questions about self-employment and starting a business. The idea for the Campus of Ideas was also born at CEDUS and this is where the threads ultimately come together.