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1 Model of a commercial company founded by universities and local self-governments Mirosław Miller Research and Innovation Centers at Universities, Warsaw,

2 Agenda EIT+ Programme: creating an innovative Wroclaw Wroclaw Research Centre EIT+ Ltd Pracze Campus as a focal point Linking research and business: EIT+ models

3 EIT+ Programme: creating an innovative Wroclaw Wroclaw Research Centre EIT+ Ltd Pracze Campus as a focal point Linking research and business: EIT+ models

4 Knowledge Based Economy Regionally 1.Skilled people 2.Innovation supporting ecosystem incl. open infrastructure dedicated to innovation projects 3.Effective collaboration between academia – innovative industry 4.Trust between actors 5.Financing available (from seed to venture) 6.Local and central government support (incl. financial) 7.Transfer of the best practices

5 Net flows (incoming minus outgoing) in proportion to people working in S & T 2002, 4th and 5th Framework Programmes Skilled people ? Source:Impact Assessment of Marie Curie Actions Fellowships in FP4 and FP5 2005Source:Impact Assessment of Marie Curie Actions Fellowships in FP4 and FP5 2005, by Daphne van de Sande, Helen Louise Ackers, Bryony Gill et al.

6 Effective collaboration academia – industry ?

7 The only way: an escape forward The continent’s division into Europe of two speeds is a fact.

8 Poland is a country of studying people: every 10th EU student comes from Poland Poland’s chances/ Wroclaw’s chances 1

9 Re-emigration of educated Poles to the country (contracts, projects) 2 Poland’s chances/ Wroclaw’s chances

10 67 billion EURO from Structural Funds Poland’s chances/ Wroclaw’s chances

11 No. 1 economy in Europe during and after the world’s recession 4 Poland’s chances/ Wroclaw’s chances

12 Solution:  Education + science + business  Metropolitan strategy  State support

13 Wroclaw in nutshell Fourth largest city in Poland Second highest budget 1 million people Lower Silesia region: 3 million EURO, EXPO, EIT, … Why Wrocław ?

14 Regional Strategy for Lower Silesia Investing substantial portion of the EU-based structural and cohesion funds into:  Making Lower Silesia the European Knowledge Creation Region in the European Research Area (ERA)  Making material conditions for strong partnership between Higher Education, Research and Innovative Business & Economy  Making Lower Silesia a knowledge-based economy region The EIT+ programme

15 EIT+ Programme: creating an innovative Wroclaw Wroclaw Research Centre EIT+ Ltd Pracze Campus as a focal point Linking research and business: EIT+ models

16 Wroclaw University of Technology University of Wroclaw Wroclaw Medical University Your Text Wroclaw Research Centre EIT+ Shareholders The City of Wroclaw Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Sciences Wroclaw University of Economics Lower Silesia Region Concept

17 Key competencies of EIT+ Management of the intellectual capital Management of research projects Management of knowledge transfer Management of relations with the environment

18 NanotechnologyLife Sciences Climate and Energy ICT technologies Research areas: convergence technologies

19 Key EIT+ projects financed from IE OP Pracze Campus 140 m Euro BioMed 27.6 m Euro NanoMat 31.1 m Euro Climate EIT 300 T Euro Accelerator spin-off 3 m Euro City of Wrocław ICT, 7 FP 2,5 m Euro IBM Fraunhofer EADS KGHM

20 Research and technology projects – role of EIT+ Initiation of project (identification of real innovation needs) Looking for business partner Looking for research partner Defining the financial model Preparation of project application Project management / coordination Administration Monitoring/reporting Commercialization (IP management) Research in the own infrastructure after 2013

21 Key activities of EIT+ Key activities of EIT+ Goals for Public-private Pracze Campus in operational stage Interdisciplinary research groups created Realization of R&D projects in partnership with industry Creation of IP of significant market value Operation of a unique team for IP commercialization and management At least 10 spin-off companies with EIT+ shares Developed relations with international research centres, research groups, entrepreneurers, governments (local¢ral) Wroclaw Research Centre as Corporate Social Responsible company

22 EIT+ Programme: creating an innovative Wroclaw Wroclaw Research Centre EIT+ Ltd Pracze Campus as a focal point Linking research and business: EIT+ models

23 Pracze Campus – focal point EURO 2012

24 BLDG 7: BIOTECHNOLOGY AND NANOTECHNOLOGY LABORATORIES BLDG1 B, C: MATERIALS CHARACTERISATION LABORATORIES 24 BLDG 9: BIOTECHNOLOGY LABORATORIES BLDG 9 A: CHEMICAL SYNTHESIS AND NANOTECHNOLOGY LABORATORIES Pracze Campus today…

25 EIT+ laboratories 34 research and technology laboratories of the total space over 24,000 m2: materials science, life sciences, medicine 23 laboratories unique for Poland (GLP, GNP, BLS3 standards). Multidisciplinary research centre of unique infrastructure for Wroclaw 89 work places for people of high qualifications

26 Pracze Campus today…

27 Pracze Campus in 2013

28 Pracze Campus in 2020 Wrocław Innovation Hub

29 EIT+ Programme: creating an innovative Wroclaw Wroclaw Research Centre EIT+ Ltd Pracze Campus as a focal point Linking research and business: EIT+ models

30 Commercialisation models Spin-off technology companies Project implementation in partnership with business (Academia to Business Forum) Licensing Financing: own resources and outer capitals

31 „Innovation funnel” „Innovation funnel” Creating– investing in spin-off companies

32 Academia to Business Forum Academia to Business Forum General rules R&D fields: biomedicine, advanced/nano materials Initiation of project from industry & business Industry partner co-finances and controls project Percentage of co-financing negotiable (10-20%) Co-ownership of IP (negotiable) Milestones and deliverables clearly defined After each milestone decision to be undertaken: - stop the project - start next milestone - exit of EIT+ and transfer of 100% IP to business partner (costs defined in agreement) - commercialization by both partners

33 EIT+ role in financing an early stage of R&D projects Seed Capital Business Angels Venture Capital Private Equity Stock Exchange years Dropping investment risk FORUM A2B Spin off Accelerator GIZA POLAND VC

34 EIT+ faces

35 Prof. dr. hab. Detlef Hommel The NanoMat project coordinator Prof. dr. hab. Jacek Otlewski The BioMed project coordinator EIT+ faces

36 Dr. Magdalena Ornatowska Life Science Department Dr. Łukasz Nieradko Nanotechnology Department EIT+ faces

37 Dr. Radosław Piesiewicz ICT Department Cezary Lejkowski Climate and Energy Department EIT+ faces

38 A sum-up Wroclaw has an ambition to join the European science cities elite.

39 A sum-up We want to use structural resources for creating new qualities in the field of building the knowledge-based economy in the region.

40 A sum-up We want to support the government in reforming Polish science.

41 A sum-up We are building the Pracze Campus, „the meeting place” for research and business in the standards of 21st century.

42 Thank you


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