Plenary 1:INNOVATION 2.0@OI2Dublin2013#OI2Dublin
Justin RattnerIntel Corporation@OI2Dublin2013#OI2Dublin21st CenturyIndustrial Research
Chief Technology OfficerIntel CorporationJustin RattnerOther names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.Ret...
Invention vs. Innovation1947 – Team at Bell Labs invents the transistor1955 - Shockley leaves to form Shockley Semi1956 – ...
Industrial research in the 21st centurymust target innovation to ensuremeasurable return on the research investment
VenturingBeyond working with existing BUs, weexplore new business opportunities to bringtechnologies & visions to marketIn...
InvestmentLevelTechnology MaturityIntel Labs:Inventing & ValidatingNew TechnologiesBusiness Groups:Technology Readiness& P...
InvestmentLevelTechnology MaturityIntel Labs:Inventing& ValidatingNew TechnologiesBusiness Groups:TechnologyReadiness& Pro...
Intel Science and Technology CentersCo-Principal InvestigatorsIntel researchers resident at the hub schoolPI PIIntelResear...
Networked R&DIntel Labs Europe>40 Labs>4000 R&D Professionals>400 Collaborators inEcosystemSAP and IntelCollaboratoryBelfa...
Intel Science and Technology CentersCo-Principal InvestigatorsIntel researchers resident at the hub schoolPI PIIntelResear...
Plenary 1:INNOVATION 2.0@OI2Dublin2013#OI2Dublin
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  • Rethinking Industrial Research in the 21st century15 MinsJustin will give a 15 minutes keynote explaining 21st century industrial research Key pointsDiscuss the evolution from the Bells Labs research model to the 21st century research modelDiscuss Vision, Inventing & Validating and Venturing – mentioning user experience design as a key driver, mention Silicon Photonics as an example ventureThe use of Joint Pathfinding as a mechanism to cross the valley of death between research and productizationBriefly comment on ILE being managed as a Network & being one of the largest industrial R&D networks in Europe  (suggest 4-5 slides in total) Justin will then participate in panel as time allows.Justin RattnerThis morning I want to talk about re-inventing industrial research for the 21st century. As Intel’s Chief Technology Officer, it’s a topic that has occupied much of thinking for the last six years. It’s a topic that has lead me and my staff to radically change the way we do research at Intel and the way we interact with our customers, both internal and external, our funding sources, both internal and external, and our academic partners around the world. It’s led me to the inescapable conclusion that the time is long past when 20th century models of industrial research, particularly for the information and communications technologies, are relevant. They are at best highly inefficient and at worst highly destructive to the future of industrial research.The Emerging  21st Century Model for Industry-University Research Collaboration between the information and communication technology industries (ICT) and universities has become a critical driver of 21st century technology innovation.  New models of such collaboration are being tested as the ICT industries turn more and more to the academic community as a source of long-term research and innovative approaches to society’s most vexing problems. Justin Rattner, Intel’s Chief Technology Officer and Director of Intel Labs, believes that the emerging collaborative partnerships will produce a diverse, broad, and flexible research agenda that will give industry the insights it needs to deliver the next generation of technologies demanded by consumers, businesses, and governments. In his keynote address, Rattner will talk about Intel Labs annual $40M investment in university research and higher education and its recent shift to a three-pronged framework for collaboration with leading universities that balances focused research, exploratory research, and talent development. He will argue that this new model of collaboration will be critical to sparking the far-reaching innovation that business and society increasingly demands.  He will discuss Intel’s expanded investments in academic research and his hopes for what this new level of collaboration can produce. The talk will be of great interest to academic researchers who are looking for ways to increase the impact of their work on society in general and to help shape a new model of 21st century model of industrial research.
  • success was defined in these organizations and their descendants, which was largely an academic measure of success, namely, one’s publication record and related academic rewards. Industrial research in the 21st century has to include rewards that focus on innovation in addition to invention, for it is innovation that delivers the return on the research investment and brings the benefits of the new technology to the marketplace.
  • Designed to foster collaboration between Intel & multiple institutionsFunds collaboration for 3-5 years and spans multiple institutionsEncourages collaboration among the best researchers in the fieldLocates four Intel funded researchers per center to work on-campusRequires public domain IP and open source software to increase impactIn Q1, we announced a change in our open and collaborative academic research program—more commonly known as the “lablet” program—to make it more agile and efficient for Intel, while continuing to invest in a broad portfolio of research at leading universities. In 2011, we will transition from our current lablet model of university research to a new model in the form of a number of Intel Science and Technology Centers (ISTCs) at leading universities across the United States. In addition, we will increase direct university research funding by 4-5x over the next five years as compared to the current lablet model. This ISTC concept represents an evolution in our research model with academia that will ensure broader engagement and increased flexibility in our research agenda. Instead of affording only three lablets, we will be able to expand to as many as seven ISTCs. Each ISTC will also include researchers located at other schools, which will give us the ability to create an entire community of top researchers in a given technical domain.  The three lablets located on or near the campuses of the University of Washington (UW) in Seattle, Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) in Pittsburgh, and the University of California (UC) in Berkeley as they exist today will be closed, but we are continuing to conduct research at all three of these universities under the new ISTC model. Each host university will see a significant increase in direct academic funding, but each ISTC will employ a much smaller number of Intel researchers at a given campus.  ISTC – Cloud Computing – CMU – Wen-HannISTC – Embedded Computing – CMU - VidaISTC – Pervasive Computing – UW – VidaISTC – Secure Computing – Berkeley – Wen-HannISTC – Visual Computing – Stanford – Joe
  • Designed to foster collaboration between Intel & multiple institutionsFunds collaboration for 3-5 years and spans multiple institutionsEncourages collaboration among the best researchers in the fieldLocates four Intel funded researchers per center to work on-campusRequires public domain IP and open source software to increase impactIn Q1, we announced a change in our open and collaborative academic research program—more commonly known as the “lablet” program—to make it more agile and efficient for Intel, while continuing to invest in a broad portfolio of research at leading universities. In 2011, we will transition from our current lablet model of university research to a new model in the form of a number of Intel Science and Technology Centers (ISTCs) at leading universities across the United States. In addition, we will increase direct university research funding by 4-5x over the next five years as compared to the current lablet model. This ISTC concept represents an evolution in our research model with academia that will ensure broader engagement and increased flexibility in our research agenda. Instead of affording only three lablets, we will be able to expand to as many as seven ISTCs. Each ISTC will also include researchers located at other schools, which will give us the ability to create an entire community of top researchers in a given technical domain.  The three lablets located on or near the campuses of the University of Washington (UW) in Seattle, Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) in Pittsburgh, and the University of California (UC) in Berkeley as they exist today will be closed, but we are continuing to conduct research at all three of these universities under the new ISTC model. Each host university will see a significant increase in direct academic funding, but each ISTC will employ a much smaller number of Intel researchers at a given campus.  ISTC – Cloud Computing – CMU – Wen-HannISTC – Embedded Computing – CMU - VidaISTC – Pervasive Computing – UW – VidaISTC – Secure Computing – Berkeley – Wen-HannISTC – Visual Computing – Stanford – Joe
  • Open Innovation 2.0 - Justin rattner plenary 1 final(1)

    1. 1. Plenary 1:INNOVATION 2.0@OI2Dublin2013#OI2Dublin
    2. 2. Justin RattnerIntel Corporation@OI2Dublin2013#OI2Dublin21st CenturyIndustrial Research
    3. 3. Chief Technology OfficerIntel CorporationJustin RattnerOther names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.Rethinking Industrial Researchin the 21st century
    4. 4. Invention vs. Innovation1947 – Team at Bell Labs invents the transistor1955 - Shockley leaves to form Shockley Semi1956 – Bardeen, Brattain, Shockley win NobelPrizeInvention-focused Research Innovation-focused Research1959 – Hoerni at Fairchild invents planartransistor1959 – Noyce invents the planar integrated circuit1968 – Noyce and Moore found Intel“The planar transistor was the most important innovation in thehistory of the semiconductor industry” - Christopher Le’cuyer
    5. 5. Industrial research in the 21st centurymust target innovation to ensuremeasurable return on the research investment
    6. 6. VenturingBeyond working with existing BUs, weexplore new business opportunities to bringtechnologies & visions to marketInventing & ValidatingWe explore technology breakthroughsand validate feasibility in advanceof significant product investmentVisioningWe define the future in termsof new user experiencesacross the ContinuumIntel Labs: 21st Century Industrial Research
    7. 7. InvestmentLevelTechnology MaturityIntel Labs:Inventing & ValidatingNew TechnologiesBusiness Groups:Technology Readiness& Product Development“The Valley of Death”The Historical Divide Between R and D$100M$10M$1M
    8. 8. InvestmentLevelTechnology MaturityIntel Labs:Inventing& ValidatingNew TechnologiesBusiness Groups:TechnologyReadiness& ProductDevelopment“The Valley of Death”Bridging the Gap from Research to Development100101Bringing together researchers and developers to jointly maturetechnologies for inclusion in a product interceptJoint PathfindingInvestmentLevelTechnology MaturityIntel Labs:Inventing & ValidatingNew TechnologiesBusiness Groups:Technology Readiness& Product DevelopmentPathfinding: The Bridge from R to D$100M$10M$1M
    9. 9. Intel Science and Technology CentersCo-Principal InvestigatorsIntel researchers resident at the hub schoolPI PIIntelResearchersHub Univ.ResearchersSpoke Univ.ResearchersCreating New Research CommunitiesPI PIIntelLabsHubUniversitySpokeUniversitiesIntelLabsHubUniversitySpokeSchoolsIntel +AcademicCo-PIsAccelerating academic research by integrating industrial researchers
    10. 10. Networked R&DIntel Labs Europe>40 Labs>4000 R&D Professionals>400 Collaborators inEcosystemSAP and IntelCollaboratoryBelfast, NIIntel Sustainable &Connected CitiesInstituteLondon, UKTRIL CentreDublin, IrelandIntel InnovationOpen LabLeixlip, IEInnovation ValueInstituteMaynooth, IEIntel EmbeddedLabShannon, IEIntelfasterLABWinnersh, UKExaScienceLabLeuven, BEEmbedded andCommunicationsSolutions LabKontich, BEExaClusterLaboratoryJuelich, DEIntel VisualComputing InstituteSaarbrucken, DEIntel MobileCommunicationsAalborg, DKAutomotive Innovation andProduct Development CenterKarlsruhe, DEIntel Secure ComputingInstituteDarmstadt, DEIntel and Nokia JointInnovation CenterOulu, FLIntel Research andDevelopment CenterTampere, FLIntel OpenTechnology CenterEspoo, FLIntel LabsSt. Petersburg, RUIntel TechnologyCenterGdansk, PLIntel GermanyDesign CenterBraunschweig, DEIntel LabsBraunschweig, DEIntel DebuggerTools LabUlm, DEIntel MobileCommunicationsVarious Locations, DEIntel MobileCommunicationsLinz, Villiach, ATIntel Romania SoftwareDevelopment CenterBucharest, ROIntel Open LabMunich, DEIntel ComputationalInstituteHaifa, ILIntel Israel OpenInnovation CenterPectach, Tikva, ILCERN openlabGeneva, CHIntel WirelessCertification LabSophia Antipolis, FRIntel MobileCommunicationsSophia Antipolis, FRIntel LabsBarcelona, ESIntel and BSC ExascaleLaboratoryBarcelona, ESIntel Ultra MobilityR&D LabsToulouse and Nice, FRExascale ComputingResearch CenterParis, FRIntel HighPerformanceComputing LabSwindon, UKHarnessing the collectivevalue of Intel’s R&DInvestments in Europe
    11. 11. Intel Science and Technology CentersCo-Principal InvestigatorsIntel researchers resident at the hub schoolPI PIIntelResearchersHub Univ.ResearchersSpoke Univ.ResearchersCreating New Research CommunitiesPI PIIntelLabsHubUniversitySpokeUniversitiesIntelLabsHubUniversitySpokeSchoolsIntel +AcademicCo-PIsAccelerating academic research by integrating industrial researchers
    12. 12. Plenary 1:INNOVATION 2.0@OI2Dublin2013#OI2Dublin
    13. 13. @OI2Dublin2013#OI2DublinLunch

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