Technology Transfer. Leonardo da Vinci Project. Transfer of technological innovation in the context of cooperation between undertakings and universities in continuing vocational training. Technology Transfer.
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Leonardo da Vinci Project
identification of skills and training needs in order to enable the transfer of technological innovations and their application- development of training content, tools and equipment to enable those responsible for technology transfer to gain a better understanding oftechnological innovations and their application
Technology transfer responds to the following needs:- on the part of the universities the need to make full use of their human and material resources to be able to commercialize their R+D results through close cooperation with enterprises, especially SMEs, and thus also to supplement their meagre budgets,- on the part of the enterprises to encourage the spirit of innovation and to understand innovation as a prerequisite for increased competitiveness.
The objective has been defined so as to meet the needs. It can be summed up as follows: development of the methodology and tools for the improvement of the application of innovation in SMEs through the encouragement of creativity and upgrading of the necessary skills of students, SME´s managers and employees. This results in the sustainable promotion of R+D at the universities, an efficient transfer of R+D results to enterprises, sustainable interest in innovation on the part of the enterprises and in the creation of the core of a network of innovative enterprises.
The specific objectives:* development of innovative environments in enterprises, especially SMEs, through: - the design, testing and evaluation of modules to guide enterprisesin the preparation and implementation of effective innovation plans;
* development of innovative environments at universities and design of tools for the commercialization of their R&D potential through: - the adaptation of the modules for use in the engineering study programmes and in continuing education, - the upgrading of tools and infrastructure for university-enterprises cooperation;
* promotion of university-enterprise cooperation in joint innovative projects through: - the design and testing of a model for the creation of joint university-enterprise teams for joint design of innovative projects.
The direct beneficiaries include:- SMEs, universities, business innovation centres, science and technology parks and other institutions providing consultancy and supporting innovation processes, - regional and national education and training authorities, social partners, such as employment offices, - regional and national authorities involved in SME support programmes.
Brunel Science Park
University of Montpellier
Sarl Prime Verre
University of West Bohemia
Business Innovation Centre
Tato prezentace vznikla v rámci projektu „Systém kariérového poradenství pro studenty vysokých škol v Plzeňském kraji“ (CZ.1.07/2.2.0/07.0214), který je realizován v letech 2009 - 2012.Tento projekt je spolufinancován z Evropského sociální fondu a státního rozpočtu České republiky.