act for and integrate ICT industry in the region represented by business organizations, academia and business environment institutions. We empower the ICT industry in the region and create a contributory environment for its further dynamic growth. We have an important and recognizable voice in the discussion on the future of and development trends in the region which is a source of initiatives to support innovation and cooperation of economic, academic, scientific and local government organizations. Our voice also provides substantive and opinion-forming support for initiatives proposed by other entities participating in the life of the economy.
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The initiator of the ICT Central Poland Cluster. One of the Cluster governing bodies. It appoints the president of the Council of the Cluster who directs the Council of the Cluster's activities. It acts for the Cluster in external relations. Applications for accession to the Cluster are submitted to the Coordinator.
The Administrator provides regular administrative, organizational, and promotional services for the Cluster. It is one of the Cluster governing bodies. Cluster members pay their annual membership fees to the Administrator. The Administrator is responsible for tasks delegated by the Council and the Chairperson.
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in the area of education, work and further development in central Poland in the broadly understood area of IT and the dynamically developing computer science industry in the region.
for the purpose of development of directions of education, research and competences for the needs of the IT market.
presentation of achievements and competences of the Cluster participants among business representatives from Poland and abroad.
about programs and aid opportunities which can be obtained from local governments and other institutions by cooperating with the ICT Central Poland Cluster or with individual members of the Cluster.
in central Poland as regards the existing and future potential of the IT industry in the area of creation of the job market, investments and the region’s economic growth.
a strong position of central Poland in the area of ICT as well as a partner in the implementation of public and private projects in the region.
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Education Task Force takes actions to improve the quality of education at universities-members of the cluster. It includes representatives of major ICT employers of the region and vice deans of those faculties of TUL, UŁ, and SAN that award degrees in computer science and information technology.The scope of the Task Force activity includes: review of degree curricula to assess how they match ICT industry needs, development of job descriptions for specialists sought after by companies, design of new sets of elective courses, classroom observation and assessment of courses taught at the universities.
The Development and Promotion Strategy Task Force initiates promotion actions to raise awareness of the potential of Łódź IT industry. The Task Force activity includes providing support for student-organized ICT events, awarding grants to student science circles, other student organizations, awarding scholarships to individual students. It cooperates with the local government during the organization of economic events, e.g. European Economic Forum, and with the local media. It is responsible for the content-related aspects of the organization of Łódź Information Technology Days.
The Task Force was established to develop and carry out projects under the auspices of the Cluster. The scope of its tasks includes identification the members’ needs and capacities as regards joint projects. The Task Force also probes and identifies opportunities to participate in projects financed with external funds: European, national, and local level. The Task Force, in cooperation with companies and university units interested in a specific area, prepare applications for external funding.
Łódź is the third largest city in Poland conveniently located in the heart of Poland and Europe. Its geographical location, the road network connecting it with Polish and European cities, and the international airport within a 15-minute drive from the city centre are its unquestionable assets. Łódź has over 705 000 inhabitants, whereas - which is worth pointing out - 1.5 million people live within a 30 km radius of Łódź.
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