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© Copyright CERIM | | Präsentationstitel (In Ansicht/Kopf- und Fußzeile ändern) | Seite CERIM – Project Presentation 1. Content 2. Short facts 3. Background 4. Objectives 5. Trans-national co-operation 6. Partnership 7. Target groups 8. Methology 9. Activities 10. Actions and core outputs 11. Time plan 12. Summary
2. Short facts CERIM is financed by the Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE Programme of the European Union 10 partners operating in 7 European countries Total budget: 3.6 million euros Project duration: 36 months Objective: to develop a tech transfer model for the Central Europe area © Copyright CERIM | | Präsentationstitel (In Ansicht/Kopf- und Fußzeile ändern) | Seite CERIM – Project Presentation
3. Background Innovation and technological development are important competitive advantages in an increasingly globalised setting. The contribution of institutions of higher education and research to innovation and the welfare of the European economy is a key concern of regions and nations. Most regions and states however lack well-functioning technology transfer organisations capable of supporting academic-based innovations and their transition to the markets. In particular problems are typically related to: Unclear policy and legal frameworks Lack of motivation of research institutions and of researchers Lack of qualified personnel managing the technology transfer process Lack of networks to regional, national and international resources, industrial partners and venture capital © Copyright CERIM | | Präsentationstitel (In Ansicht/Kopf- und Fußzeile ändern) | Seite CERIM – Project Presentation
4. Objectives Overall objective is to unleash the innovation potential of the higher education and research institutions of CE through the development and validation of a technology transfer model, adapted to the situation of the partners and characterised by transnational co-operation. Specific objective is that the partners jointly have developed and validated a sustainable model for more efficient and effective transfer of research results to the market. The project will strengthen the economies in Central Europe by 1)creating optimal conditions for new companies and 2)fostering innovation activities in existing companies. 3)Research institutions involved in the project will benefit through higher income from industry and better alignment with industrys need. © Copyright CERIM | | Präsentationstitel (In Ansicht/Kopf- und Fußzeile ändern) | Seite CERIM – Project Presentation
© Copyright CERIM | | Präsentationstitel (In Ansicht/Kopf- und Fußzeile ändern) | Seite CERIM – Project Presentation 5. Trans-national co-operation The specific objectives can best be achieved through trans-national co-operation because it helps in 1. Achieving a critical mass of innovations 2. Bundling competences, resources and networks CERIM links 10 organisations in 7 different Central European regions with interest in technology transfer – universities, consulting companies and private, public or semi public technology transfer institutions.
6. Partnership © Copyright CERIM | | Präsentationstitel (In Ansicht/Kopf- und Fußzeile ändern) | Seite Präsentationstitel PVA-MV (Rostock) inno AG (Karlsruhe) Chemnitz University of Technology ITG Innovation and Technology transfer (Salzburg) Slovak Academy of Sciences (Bratislava) University of Zilina Foundation Forum GRYF (Szczecin) ValDeal Innovation Services (Budaörs) Institute for Innovation and Development of University of Ljubljana Eurogroup Consulting (Milano)
© Copyright CERIM | | Präsentationstitel (In Ansicht/Kopf- und Fußzeile ändern) | Seite CERIM – Project Presentation 7. Target groups 1. Technology Transfer Institutions (TTIs) TTIs support academic based innovation. TTIs in Central Europe need to develop more effective models and networks. Total target group size is ca Research institutions and researchers Are the source of innovations and need support in valorising their research. Here close co-operation of TTIs and researchers is crucial. Roughly estimated researchers conduct market relevant research in Central Europe - the project addresses ca and shall involve ca actively. 3. Policy makers A favorable policy framework is key to successful technology transfer. Policy makers often lack insight in innovation processes. The project will enhance mutual learning by connecting policy makers, researchers and TTIs. 4. Indirectly also SMEs/industry is a target group but outside of project actions.
8. Methology Analysis of the TT context in CE Elaboration of a TT model Operative implementation of the model with researchers © Copyright CERIM | | Präsentationstitel (In Ansicht/Kopf- und Fußzeile ändern) | Seite CERIM – Project Presentation Development of a CE TT-model Transnational co-operation among partners
© Copyright CERIM | | Präsentationstitel (In Ansicht/Kopf- und Fußzeile ändern) | Seite CERIM – Project Presentation 9. Activities Activities are based on 5 work packages (WP). WP 1: Concerns management and co-ordination. WP 2: Is about communication, dissemination and knowledge management. WP 3: Aims at raising policy-relavant knowledge about the technology-transfer environments in CE WP 4: Aims at increasing the PPs competence in supporting tech transfer. WP 5: Is about validating the joint tech transfer tool through pilot actions.
10. Actions and core outputs 1. Joint trans-national strategy and action plan. The joint strategy and action plan is the basis of the activities of the joint management. 2. Trans-national tool development. Self-assessment tool and a common CE tech transfer tool will be established. A web-site/knowledge- management directory is a core output. 3. Joint management establishment. A formalised, permanent co-operation network. The purpose is maintaining the accumulated resources and networks for tech transfer in CE. 4. Pilot actions Pilot actions assessing and structuring of research based innovations is foreseen. The aim is preparing for handing over the cases to investors/companies. The ultimate goal is the verification of the CE tech transfer model. © Copyright CERIM | | Präsentationstitel (In Ansicht/Kopf- und Fußzeile ändern) | Seite CERIM – Project Presentation
© Copyright CERIM | | Präsentationstitel (In Ansicht/Kopf- und Fußzeile ändern) | Seite CERIM – Project Presentation 11. Time plan Period Month/Year 09/08-03/0903/09-09/0909/09-03/1003/10-09/1009/10-03/1103/11-09/11 WP 1 WP 2 WP 3 WP 4 WP 5
12. Summary © Copyright CERIM | | Präsentationstitel (In Ansicht/Kopf- und Fußzeile ändern) | Seite CERIM – Project Presentation CERIM links 10 organisations in 7 different Central European regions with interest in technology transfer. Through this wide trans-national co-operation will CERIM bundle competences, resources and networks as well as reach the critical mass of innovations. The overall objective is to develop a tech transfer model for the Central Europe area, and to valorise this model with concrete cases coming from regional researchers.
© Copyright CERIM | | Präsentationstitel (In Ansicht/Kopf- und Fußzeile ändern) | Seite CERIM – Project Presentation
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