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KSE OVERVIEW

The Knowledge Stock Exchange (KSE) is a networking platform at the ASTP-Proton Annual Conference.

Plan your own KSE agenda by attending any of the following 15 minutes sessions:

  • Information corner: interactive company and EU projects presentations.
  • Initiative sharing: informal discussions on new initiatives in tech transfer.
  • Face-to-face meetings: schedule private meetings with your peers.

 

HOW DOES KSE WORK

As participants, you can plan your own 90 minute-KSE agenda by attending any of the 15 minutes sessions of your choice. The recognisable gong will be sounded every 15 minutes allowing you to move and attend all three tracks of the KSE; the information corner, initiative sharing, and face-to-face meetings.

 

information-cornerEach 15 minutes slot of the information corner consist of an interactive presentation using PowerPoint followed by Q&A session with the audience. Attend the following company presentations, to get informed on products/services that they are providing for your K/TTO, and learn more on opportunities offered by EU projects that ASTP-Proton is currently involved in.

Does your company provide products/services for K/TTOs?
Get the opportunity to present what your company has to offer to conference attendees at the Annual Conference on 26 May 2016 in Copenhagen.

  •  The information corner is part of a sponsoring package
  • Companies presenting will be recognised as KSE sponsors of the Annual Conference
  • An exhibition booth will be provided after the KSE session for follow-up questions (day 2 not included)

Are you interested in presenting your products/services? Contact arlyta.wibowo@astp-proton.eu for more information.

KSE – Information corner schedule – 2016 Annual Conference

Thursday, 26 MayInformation cornerRoom: 10
13:30 - 13:45Building Professionals’ Capacity to Deliver Effective and Efficient Tech Transfer

Massimiliano Granieri, MITO Technology, Project Coordinator

Why is one Technology Transfer Office more effective and efficient than another? What factors can be changed to improve their performance? PROGRESS-TT – Public Research Organisation GRowing Europe through best practice SolutionS for Technology Transfer – a three-year initiative funded through Horizon 2020 proposes to explore these issues and generate solutions to address them. The project consortium brings together nine highly qualified international partners, including ASTP-Proton, representing the complete value chain of TT practitioners. Together they will work on a programme of activities including: gathering Best Practice for increasing the skills of TT professionals; identifying potential gaps in those best practices; formulating innovative solutions, and; piloting these solutions in the form of a mix of wide reaching and intensive, focused support with selected TTOs. Attend this session and hear more about how this EU funded project could mean for your TTO.
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13:45 - 14:00How to become an RTTP ‘Registered Tech Transfer Professional?

Steven Tan, Vice President, ASTP-Proton

Registered Technology Transfer Professional (RTTP) status is designed for all those who want professional recognition of their career in technology transfer. Attend this session to find out how you can become an RTTP.
ATTP
14:00 - 14:15Wellspring: The Simpler Way to Commercialize Technology

Nick Janquart, Product Support Manager, Wellspring, United States

Why are some universities tech transfer offices reporting 46% more licensing revenue? Successful tech transfer offices more effectively market, license, and protect their intellectual property portfolio. In this session, learn about the latest tools to promote technologies to a global community.
Wellspring
14:15 - 14:30European Patent Office (EPO)

Technology transfer and patent information. Partners in innovation

Nigel Clarke and Björn Jürgens, European Patent Office (EPO)

Published patents are a rich source of technical, commercial and legal information which can be used to ensure certainty in tech transfer. More than 90 million patents are freely accessible at no cost, online, via the European Patent Office’s Espacenet service. Furthermore the Europe-wide PATLIB network of more than 300 patent information centres, provides contact to patent experts in your locality. We will show you how to access patent documents online for yourself and extract the technical, commercial and legal content. We will also showcase the services of PATLIB centres. There will be one near your TTO.
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14:30 - 14:45INVENTTORY.COM

Christopher Römer, Co-founder, inventtory.com

The world first, global, digital, end-to-end patent trading platform supported by artificial intelligence and machine-learning methods. Find out how inventtory can help you monetise your IP and innovate the world of innovation.
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14:45 - 15:00MedTech.Transfer & Partnering Day 2016 Linz, Austria

Hans-Peter Huber, Business Upper Austria

MedTech.Transfer - business meets research is an initiative within the medical technology cluster of Business Upper Austria. The initiative is promoting multidisciplinary cooperation between companies and R&D institutions in the area of medical technology. The aim is to strengthen the medtech business in Upper Austria.

The Partnering Day 2016 - Solutions for a better life
The International Partnering Day will be held in Linz, Austria on Oct. 17th 2016. The goal is to nurture cooperation between innovative companies and university scientists. The event is open to different fields such as medtech, IT, materials, natural science, design, etc. We will provide an innovative platform for scientists and companies to establish contacts, present industrially-relevant scientific results and identify mutually-interesting areas of cooperation.
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initiative-sharingThe initiative sharing is an interactive discussion held in an informal setting without PowerPoint presentation. Each slot has 5 minutes to present the initiative and 10 minutes to discuss it with the audience.

Do you have an initiative or a problem that you would like to share or discuss with your peers at the Annual Conference on 26 May 2016 in Copenhagen? Submit your initiative by filling in the form below.

KSE – Initiative sharing schedule – 2016 Annual Conference

Thursday, 26 MayInitiative Sharing
13:30 - 13:45Topic: Staying Afloat - how Micro-TTOs can best use their resources
Speaker: Tom Withnell, Technology Transfer Manager, University of Vienna, Austria

Description of initiative:
There are frequent success stories of TTOs introducing new advances, but many of these come from already large, well-established offices. Whilst these are excellent for the Tech Transfer field and provide a great source of aspiration, there are many of us from smaller offices, already pushing our resources just to complete the basic tasks; the willingness to evolve is there but not the means! Obviously these problems cannot be solved in 15 minutes, so this session is aimed to help kick-start a new ASTP community aimed at “Micro-TTOs” (5 employees or fewer). Here we can share knowledge and experience (both good and bad!) of utilising new, small initiatives to reduce workload, and from this push our already limited resources further.

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13:45 - 14:00Topic: Business scouting at University of Southern Denmark
Speakers: Ann Zahle Andersen & Lene Aarenstrup Nielsen, Business Scout, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark

Description of initiative:
With the original aim of increasing the inflow of new invention disclosures from researchers at our university, we have developed and implemented a proactive technology scouting system. These scouting FOCUS meetings are a tool used to raise awareness at the individual researcher level and addressing their specific concerns and desires when it comes to commercial engagement in society, whether that be through inventions, industry/academia collaborations or contract research. We wish to share our experiences with broadening the scope of 'standard' business development in a university TTO unit as well as highlight some of the benefits and challenges that come with such an approach.

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14:00 - 14:15Topic: Offering a formal Translational Post Doc Programme to use young PhD's in bridging the gap!
Speaker: Anita Nel, CEO, Senior Director, InnovUS Technology Transfer, University of Stellenbosch, South Africa

Description of initiative:
We are currently implementing a translational postdoctoral fellowship programme. We work with academic departments with a high output of patents to finance PhD graduates to join up for a minimum of one year as translational fellow. We co-manage these fellows with the faculty. They work with the TTO to transfer technology while developing skills and knowledge that enhance their opportunities to find work in industry, a start-up or even the TT profession.
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14:15 - 14:30Topic: Liege Creative : how to mix competencies from academia, industry and society for boosting creativity and innovation?
Speaker: Michel Morant, General Manager, Interface Enterprises, University of Lìege, Belgium | Vice President, Board, ASTP-Proton

Description of initiative:
While Interface Entreprises - University of Liege was celebrating its 20th anniversary, in 2009, one of the question was: how to imagine new ways to interact with companies for the next 10 years. The answer was the concept "Liege Creative", concept where academic searchers, industry searchers, but also citizens and artists can have an intensive exchange on specific topics. Liege Creative was launched in September 2011, and after 5 seasons with more than 60 meetings each year, an actual community of creative researchers and entrepreneurs, whatever age, origin, position have the opportunity 2 to 3 times a week to participate to a lunch to exchange ideas on a wide scope of science domains, life science, technology or human science.
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14:30 - 14:45Topic: Festive weekend to foster start-up creation
Speaker: Marc Legal, President, PULSALYS, France | Vice President, Board, ASTP-Proton

Description of initiative:
Based on the ‘Start-up Weekend” concept, we developed a Start-up Weekend Open Labs. The aim is to bridge the gap between researchers and entrepreneurs to create innovative start-ups. We invite some of the researchers we are working with, to present their technology and know-how. Meeting potential partner, elaborating on business model, pitch competition are at the menu. Interesting results!

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14:45 - 15:00Topic: Project Portfolio Management
Speaker: Anette Poulsen Miltoft, Head of Corporate Relations and Technology Transfer, Aarhus University, Denmark

Description of initiative:
We develop a project portfolio management system. It is the system based on a set of defined hypothesis that we use to describe and inform our decision on whether to claim ownership to inventions. A modified set of hypothesis are used to manage and prioritize the portfolio during the commercialisation process.
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Some topic ideas:
•  Have you tried to set up any kind of cross-area specialization (such as SSH) activity within your K/TTO?
•  See past initiatives

CONTACT US

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Note of K/TTO
(Note: only initiatives from a K/TTO will be condered, no commercial activities allowed)

face-to-faceSchedule private face-to-face meetings to share experiences and/or explore collaboration opportunities with other conference attendees.

Are you available for the face-to-face meetings?
Send the following information to arlyta.wibowo@astp-proton.eu and get your profile online:
•  Your preferred time slot(s)
•  Your picture
•  Your name, position, organisation and country
•  5 topics you are ready to share
•  5 topics you are looking for

To meet available conference attendees:
•  Click the name of available attendee to view their profile
•  Choose who to meet according to their available time slot
•  Confirm your meeting by clicking the ‘attend’ button
•  Go to the assigned table number on site

KSE – F2F meetings schedule – 2016 Annual Conference

THURSDAY, 26 MAYROOM: 2AVAILABLEFACE-TO-FACE MEETINGS
13:30 – 13:45Table 1YESKim MacMartin-Moglia, Director of Business Development, Inova Diagnostics, USA
Table 2YES
Riikka Reitzer, Innovation Advisor, University of Jyväskylä, Finland
Table 3YES
Dr. Axel Polack, European Advisor, PDL Biopharma Inc., US/Germany
Table 4YES
Available
Table 5YES
Anaïs Schoreel, Business Developer, Eurasanté, France
Table 6YES
Available
Table 7YES
Available
Table 8YES
Available
Table 9YES
Available
Table 10YES
Available
13:45 – 14:00Table 1
YES
Kim MacMartin-Moglia, Director of Business Development, Inova Diagnostics, USA
Table 2YES
Riikka Reitzer, Innovation Advisor, University of Jyväskylä, Finland
Table 3
YES
Dr. Axel Polack, European Advisor, PDL Biopharma Inc., US/Germany
Table 4
YES
Available
Table 5
YES
Anaïs Schoreel, Business Developer, Eurasanté, France
Table 6
YES
Available
Table 7
YES
Available
Table 8
YES
Available
Table 9
YES
Available
Table 10
YES
Available
14:00 – 14:15Table 1YESKim MacMartin-Moglia, Director of Business Development, Inova Diagnostics, USA
Table 2YESRiikka Reitzer, Innovation Advisor, University of Jyväskylä, Finland
Table 3YESDr. Axel Polack, European Advisor, PDL Biopharma Inc., US/Germany
Table 4YESDr. Nedeljko Milosavljević, Director, Center for Technology Transfer, University of Belgrade, Serbia
Table 5YESAnaïs Schoreel, Business Developer, Eurasanté, France
Table 6YESAvailable
Table 7YESAvailable
Table 8YESAvailable
Table 9YESAvailable
Table 10YESAvailable
14:15 – 14:30Table 1YESKim MacMartin-Moglia, Director of Business Development, Inova Diagnostics, USA
Table 2YESRiikka Reitzer, Innovation Advisor, University of Jyväskylä, Finland
Table 3YESDr. Axel Polack, European Advisor, PDL Biopharma Inc., US/Germany
Table 4YESDr. Nedeljko Milosavljević, Director, Center for Technology Transfer, University of Belgrade, Serbia
Table 5YESAnaïs Schoreel, Business Developer, Eurasanté, France
Table 6YESAvailable
Table 7YESAvailable
Table 8YESAvailable
Table 9YESAvailable
Table 10YESAvailable
14:30 – 14:45Table 1YESKim MacMartin-Moglia, Director of Business Development, Inova Diagnostics, USA
Table 2YESRiikka Reitzer, Innovation Advisor, University of Jyväskylä, Finland
Table 3YESDr. Axel Polack, European Advisor, PDL Biopharma Inc., US/Germany
Table 4YESAvailable
Table 5YESAnaïs Schoreel, Business Developer, Eurasanté, France
Table 6YESAvailable
Table 7YESAvailable
Table 8YESAvailable
Table 9YESAvailable
Table 10YESAvailable
14:45 – 15:00Table 1YESKim MacMartin-Moglia, Director of Business Development, Inova Diagnostics, USA
Table 2YESRiikka Reitzer, Innovation Advisor, University of Jyväskylä, Finland
Table 3YESDr. Axel Polack, European Advisor, PDL Biopharma Inc., US/Germany
Table 4YESDr. Nedeljko Milosavljević, Director, Center for Technology Transfer, University of Belgrade, Serbia
Table 5YESAnaïs Schoreel, Business Developer, Eurasanté, France
Table 6YESAvailable
Table 7YESAvailable
Table 8YESAvailable
Table 9YESAvailable
Table 10YESAvailable