International conference
“Technology Transfer - Title, Profession, System or Action!”

 

Investment and Development Agency of Latvia (LIAA) in partnership with the CERT-TTT-M Consortium organized an international Conference “Technology Transfer - title, profession, system or action!” at Riga.

 

The Conference concluded the two year research and communication invested in the implementation of CERT-TTT-M project that responding towards lack of Technology Transfer skilled people, no registered TT profession and no common education framework recognized has elaborated framework for education program that in partnership with various stakeholders could be implemented further.

 

Conference Agenda Conference Agenda (171.86 KB)

 

Introduction

 

What are OMC expert groups and why are they funded What are OMC expert groups and why are they funded (97.08 KB), RA Shalini Saxena,LL.M., European Commission DG Research - Unit C2 Knowledge transfer, University-Industry Relations

CERT-TTT-M: Major aims and achieved results CERT-TTT-M: Major aims and achieved results (421.08 KB), Georg Gasteiger, Austria Wirtschaftservice GmbH

 

Session I
Recruitment of TT managers (What skills are necessary for Technology Transfer manager)

(Introduction Introduction (25.20 KB), Chair Person: Dr.Frédéric Caillaud, L`OREAL, LES France)

 

Existing demand and supply analyses  Existing demand and supply analyses (184.32 KB), Dr.Ilan Oshri, Rotterdam School of Management

Benefits of using patent information , Dr.Roland Feinäugle, European Patent Office

Specific Institutional Perspective  Specific Institutional Perspective (1.98 MB), Dr.Folke Meijer, Karolinska Institutet

Role of technology transfer managers in knowledge intensive company  Role of technology transfer managers in knowledge intensive company (341.17 KB), Eriks Ivanovskis, Head of R&D Laboratory, Grindeks

 
Session II
Existing Training programs – the focus and the outcomes

(Good Practices: IKT & Praxis Good Practices: IKT & Praxis (192.22 KB), Chair Person: Dr.Douglas W Robertson, IKT& PRAXIS)

 

TT Education market and the major barriers TT Education market and the major barriers (933.05 KB), Dr.Vladan Antonovic, MCI Management Center Innsbruck

Expectations of a Developing Market Expectations of a Developing Market (610.31 KB), Gillian McFadzean, ProTon Europe


Session III
Building up educational and organizational framework for TT managers –
barriers and opportunities

(Chair Person: RNDr. Ivan Dvorak CSc, Societas Rudolphina)

 

Building a common framework for TT managers Building a common framework for TT managers (414.68 KB), Dr.Jeffry Matakupan, Ministry of Economic Affairs of the Netherlands

Mutual recognition of profession Mutual recognition of profession (190.15 KB) Dr.Paola Valandro, ASTER

LES approach of Certified Licensing Professionals LES approach of Certified Licensing Professionals (28.48 KB) (CLP), Dr.Frédéric Caillaud, Governor of the Board of CLP

International recognition: The case of Project Management  International recognition: The case of Project Management (235.94 KB)
Dr.┼Żanete Ilmete, Latvian National Project Management Association

 

Session IV
Future networks of knowledge transfer (policy and action)

(Chair Person: Dr.Jeff Skinner, University College London)

 

The way to an European profession body for KT training standards & metrics The way to an European profession body for KT training standards & metrics (187.36 KB), Dr. Georg Buchtela, Austria Wirtschaftsservice GmbH

Policies to foster knowledge Transfer at EU level Policies to foster knowledge Transfer at EU level (1.85 MB), RA Shalini Saxena,LL.M., European Commission DG Research - Unit C2

Knowledge transfer

University-Industry Relations TT market in Latvia, Role of Enterprise Europe  University-Industry Relations TT market in Latvia, Role of Enterprise Europe (347.27 KB) , Dr.Gundega Lapina, Enterprise Europe Network Latvia, Latvian Technology Centre

 Development of informal TT network in Latvia (840.83 KB),  Uldis Cimdinš, Innovative Solutions Institute