ENERGIZE, COMMERCIALIZE, INTERNATIONALIZE
An international meeting place for innovation support and research commercialization experts around a technology theme – smart energy in 2020 – so that they can discuss, share and learn about hot topics and trends in bringing innovation and technological discovery to market.
Welcome to join the smart energy innovation dialogue during EnergyWeek in Vaasa!
The Smart Energy Innovation Dialogue is arranged by the HORIZON 2020 project IRIS Smart Cities and the the TII Commercialization Hub.
Marta is the Director of TecMinho, the Technology Transfer Office of University of Minho in Portugal, and has a vast experience in accelerating research results through business development, negotiation, licensing and coaching academic spin-offs, and has been regularly invited as an expert by the World Intellectual Property Organization and major proof-of-concept funds in Europe. Marta was President of ASTP, the European Association for Knowledge Transfer Professionals, until 2016.
At EnergyWeek, I will be sharing my insights on how University and Industry can better collaborate and bring forward innovation, focussing on addressing both industry and societal needs, how to motivate researchers to take the plunge towards an in-depth involvement in knowledge transfer, and how to foster win-win collaborations.
Director of TecMinho, the Technology Transfer Office of University of Minho
Dr. Péter Mogyorósi is CEO of LC Innoconsult since 1992. He holds a PhD in Physics and has 25+ years extensive academic and practical experience in innovation management, research-industry co-operations, technology transfer and project development for international clients. He participates as guest lecturer in many trainings and seminars on innovation management, commercialization and exploitation. He has been involved and working as an external consultant on many projects for the European Union, West-Balkan, Far-East, NATO, the United Nations (UNIDO, UN ESCAP) and World Bank. His expertise covers strategic planning, negotiations, establishment of new co-operations, business development.
Commercialization of project results is an essential issue for public research organizations as well as for businesses. It is very important to set up a commercialization strategy and a commercialization roadmap. The strategy should include issues related to IPR, decision about own production and/or licencing out, business model, etc. The roadmap should cover the necessary resources for achieving market entry. It is a very complex process and many inventions fail to reach the market. Proper planning could increase the probability of successful commercialization.
CEO of LC Innoconsult
His expertise is in R&D innovation and commercial renewable energy projects. His work involves a collective of Battery, Solar and Hydrogen tech. He is part of OIT OpenInnoTrain.eu secondment scheme. His visit to Finland aims to strengthen academic and industry partnerships in energy clean tech. He is a member of the Australian Energy Institute, and the founder of Hydrogen Group Australia; a recent start-up dedicated to acceleration of Hydrogen Utilisation.
Dr Ahmed Halima is passionate in the green energy transition and aims to strengthen academic and industry partnerships in energy clean tech. He is joining us in the energy week to showcase the state of the art in Australian Hydrogen Economy.
Patrik work with project development at Lund University in Sweden, especially in the area of “Climate neutral cities” and “Mobility”. He is also engaged in Viable Cities, a strategic innovation program with a focus on smart sustainable cities. The program’s mission is to speed up the transition to climate-neutral cities by 2030 with a good life for everyone within the planet’s borders. The program is financed by the Swedish Energy Agency, Vinnova and Formas.
At EnergyWeek Patrik will share thoughts and ideas from the work with Viable Cities and nine Swedish cities that are working on speeding up the transition to become climate-neutral cities already by 2030.