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Technology Transfer Initiative. [email protected] NSC, Mahon 6 th May 2004 Miriam Collins Programme Manager, TTI. Atlantic University Alliance. NUIG, UCC, UL 20 th October 1997 Launched 31 st May 1999 OBJECTIVE: Address needs of industry in West, Mid-West & South of Ireland.

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Technology transfer initiative

Technology Transfer Initiative

[email protected]

NSC, Mahon

6th May 2004

Miriam Collins

Programme Manager, TTI


Atlantic university alliance

Atlantic University Alliance

  • NUIG, UCC, UL

  • 20th October 1997

  • Launched 31st May 1999

    OBJECTIVE:

  • Address needs of industry in West, Mid-West & South of Ireland


Objectives of tti

Objectives of TTI

  • Innovative inter-regional support structure to harness the resources of the participating Universities

  • Increase number of R&D Performers thereby enhancing their competitiveness

  • To forge lasting links between industry & academia


3 year programme

3 year Programme

  • Sept 2001 – Sept 2004

  • Budget of €1.1 million

  • Funded by Enterprise Ireland and AUA Universities

  • On-campus in Cork, Galway & Limerick

  • 3 Programme Managers

  • 3 Project Executives


Tti target audience

TTI Target Audience

Sector Focus:

  • BioTech/BioMedicalEngineering

    ICT/SoftwareFood

  • R&D performers & non-performers


Mechanism for delivery

Mechanism for Delivery

  • Networking

  • Innovation Clubs

    ICT

    BioTech

    Food

  • Outreach

  • Regional Networks

  • Company Visits


Deliverables

Deliverables

  • Collaborative R&D

  • Specialist Technology Seminars

  • Pilot Mentoring

  • Technology Transfer


Collaborative r d

Collaborative R&D

  • Innovation Partnerships Initiative

  • PostGraduateStudentships

  • CRAFT

  • R&D Capability Initiative

  • RTI Grants

  • EU 6th Framework Programme

  • Innovation Management Initiative


Innovation partnerships

Innovation Partnerships

  • Promote collaborative research between Companies

    and Third level Colleges (Univ. & I of T)

  • College carries out R&D for the company(s)

  • Ready access to R&D expertise and facilities

  • Near market final deliverable

  • Open to all manufacturing and I.T.S. companies


Key features

Key Features

  • Dedicated researcher & research facilities

  • Access to up-to-date science / technology

  • Duration up to 24 months

  • Skills availability post-project

  • Reduced R&D costs to company

  • Clustering supported


Finance

Finance


Support for r d

Support for R&D

EU CRAFT

  • enable groups of SMEs to undertake joint research by contracting research to an outside research supplier.

    EU 6th FRAMEWORK

  • gives Irish researchers an opportunity to collaborate with leading European companies and research organisations at the cutting edge of technology, with the support of EU funding

    WHO CAN PARTICIPATE?

  • A company - large or small - with the capacity to contribute to a research project

  • A Small or Medium-sized Enterprise (SME) which does not have its own research capability, or an industrial association representing SMEs, or

  • A research group at a university or at a research institute


Support for r d1

Support for R&D

RTI

  • In-company Product/Process Development

    R&D Capability

  • Enhance R&D Function

  • Technology based start-ups with dependence on R&D

    Innovation Management Initiative

  • increase the number of companies undertaking R&D for the first time

  • to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the innovation and R&D process in those companies already undertaking R&D

  • to achieve value added R&D by capturing the creative potential of employees.


Contact details

Contact Details

Technology Transfer Manager

Miriam Collins

Phone: 021 4902823 email: [email protected]

Project Executive

Kieran Counihan

Phone: 021 4903925

email: [email protected]

www.technologytransfer.ie


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