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About CTR-Crete
The Centre for Technological Research of Crete (CTR-Crete) was founded by Presidential Decree 143/ 123/20-06-01, is a Private Legal Body with headquarters in Heraklion and is connected with the Technological Educational Institute (TEI) of Crete. CTR-Crete includes eight Divisions of Technology and Research Transfer operating in all four Prefectures in the Region of Crete.
The Research/Scientific staff at CTRC consists mainly of researchers of TEI of Crete as well as many other leading scientists and currently counts: 45 Main Researchers, 36 Assistant Researchers, 45 Associate Researchers and 116 Visiting Researchers.

CTRC fosters technological research, develops novel technological applications and products and implements Scientific and Technological results in order to:
  • Solve specific problems and improve the methodologies of the production process, thus catalyzing social and economic growth in the Region of Crete.
  • Couple research to industry through the transfer of technology and know-how as well as through the incorporation of research results in products and services of production units.
  • Support handicraft and industrial units.
Through these activities, CTR-Crete:
  • Collaborates with the associated Technological Educational Institute of Crete and promotes the development of the relations with other Institutes, Research Centres, Universities or other organizations of the public and private sector.
  • Maintains an interactive relationship with the productive units and the organized unions of the local economy.
  • Qualifies students and graduates in state of the art technological sectors.
  • Maintains an active presence in all four prefectures in the District of Crete, thus promoting the homogeneous development of the Island, and dampening differences in development and the standard of living among prefectures of Crete.
  • Improves quality of products and services as well as the competitiveness of economy in Crete as well as in the greater Mediterranean Area.
  • Elaborates studies and carries out specific technological projects either funded by the EU or ordered by third parties or in collaboration with third parties.
  • Promotes the advanced technology transfer and disseminating of know-how.
  • Supervises the organization and financing of Research of Technological programmes in Greece and abroad, as well as of Publications, Seminars and Conventions.
  • Produces technological products and provides novel services in accordance with its research-technological interests.