The agreement to establish Sarvino Innovation and
Technology Center at Amir Kabir University of Technology to support the
formation of a start-up ecosystem was signed on Saturday on the sidelines of
the fourth and final day of the 27th Oil, Gas, Refining and Petrochemical
Exhibition in a meeting attended by Esmail Lalehgani, CEO of Bank-e Refah
Kargaran, Mohammad Javad Ameri, research deputy of Amir Kabir University of
Technology, and Amirhooman Karimi, CEO of Sarv Oil and Gas Company.
Lalehgani said Bank-e Refah Kargaran was a
supporter of the industry and could play a role in curbing inflation and
supporting production growth in production units.
Ameri said Amir Kabir University of Technology
was the most comprehensive technical university in the country and its goal was
to meet the country's needs by establishing research centers and knowledge-based
companies in the industrial field, adding that it had established about 200
knowledge-based companies so far.
Karimi also said the link between the university
and the industry and the effective presence of the bank in the science and
industry space would create a bright future in this field, adding that Sarv Oil
and Gas Company needed knowledge and human capital and the university could
create this innovation in the company.