Track I - Engagement with Academic Institutions
Track I - Engagement with Academic Institutions

24 May 2018

11:00 - 12:30 First Parallel Session

Track I – Engagement with Academic Institutions
Options for Technology Transfer Policy in EU Context

  11:00 - 12:30

This session focuses on how operational knowledge on TT can be coupled with academic research to assist in the improving of policy measures. Subtopics include evolution in IP-based business models, benchmarking efforts, the need for capacity building, and internationalisation.

The central thesis of the session is that well-designed cross-disciplinary research can help unravel TT intricacies, and that results can subsequently be conveyed to the policy making/implementing level in the form of well-argued recommendations.

Moderator: Mattias Dinnetz, Joint Research Centre, European Commission, Belgium

Speakers: Axel Ferrazzini, Managing Director, 4iP Council, Belgium
Laura Kreiling, PhD candidate, University Paris-Sud, France
Nordine Es-Sadki, Researcher, MERIT, Maastricht University, the Netherlands
Patrick McCutcheon, Senior Policy Adviser, DG Research and Innovation, European Commission, Belgium
Hamish McAlpine, Head of Data and Evidence, Knowledge Exchange Team, Research England, UK