EU Technology Transfer Seminar  Ilan Peled – Magnet Manager TAU - 25 NOV 2012                       Magnet Program
Academy                Industry                       Product/science   Technology     Application                        ...
Common Dilemmas• Commitment:   Academic freedom vs. Milestones & Deadlines• Intellectual Property   Commercialization vs. ...
Common Dilemmas (cont.)• Compensation  – Individual vs. Organization• Prejudice• Diversity Between Disciplines            ...
LIKELY CAN BE ALSO             DIFFERENTLYBY UTITIZATION OF THE RELATIVE ADVANTAGE  FOR MUTUAL BENEFIT OF BOTH PARTIES    ...
Relative Advantages• Academia                • Industry  – Academic freedom        – Focused to tasks  – Creative personne...
MAGNET SCOPEGeneric pre-competitive technologyAll the range in-betweenBasic Research up toDeveloping of Products.         ...
Magnet’s Routes CONSORTIUM -Technology R&D Route   Forming a Consortium of Companies ( >3) and   Academic groups to achie...
Magnet’s Routes (cont) MAGNETON Encouragement technology transfer  Dual cooperation-Industry V Academia –  1 company vers...
Magnet’s Routes (cont)NOFAR – Bridge between basic to Applied researchThis is an applied research in the Academiasupported...
Magnet’s Routes (cont)KAMIN– Translation the achievements of scientificresearch and industrial applicationsSupport researc...
Summary• Main attributes  – Collaborations can exist in a variety of routes  – There are numerous ways to bridge the gap  ...
Magnet’s Rational Cooperation is a key factor in all Magnet’sactivities. The cooperation is the appliance to achievethe ...
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  1. 1. EU Technology Transfer Seminar Ilan Peled – Magnet Manager TAU - 25 NOV 2012 Magnet Program
  2. 2. Academy Industry Product/science Technology Application Magnet Program
  3. 3. Common Dilemmas• Commitment: Academic freedom vs. Milestones & Deadlines• Intellectual Property Commercialization vs. Royalties• Publication – Applied Research vs. Basic Research – Timing Magnet Program
  4. 4. Common Dilemmas (cont.)• Compensation – Individual vs. Organization• Prejudice• Diversity Between Disciplines Magnet Program
  5. 5. LIKELY CAN BE ALSO DIFFERENTLYBY UTITIZATION OF THE RELATIVE ADVANTAGE FOR MUTUAL BENEFIT OF BOTH PARTIES Magnet Program
  6. 6. Relative Advantages• Academia • Industry – Academic freedom – Focused to tasks – Creative personnel – Product Oriented – Working environment – Funding – Exposure to the – Demanding customer world Magnet Program
  7. 7. MAGNET SCOPEGeneric pre-competitive technologyAll the range in-betweenBasic Research up toDeveloping of Products. Magnet Program
  8. 8. Magnet’s Routes CONSORTIUM -Technology R&D Route Forming a Consortium of Companies ( >3) and Academic groups to achieve a common vision, by self developing new & innovative technologies and share know-how among the members. Grant up to 66% (Academy 80%). 3-6 Years. ( In general 5 years ) Magnet Program
  9. 9. Magnet’s Routes (cont) MAGNETON Encouragement technology transfer Dual cooperation-Industry V Academia – 1 company versus 1 academic group doing feasibility research in order to validate chance to use the technology for new product’s development Magnet Program
  10. 10. Magnet’s Routes (cont)NOFAR – Bridge between basic to Applied researchThis is an applied research in the Academiasupported by Industry – finance and assistance Up to 500,000 NIS per year for op to 15 months. Magnet Program
  11. 11. Magnet’s Routes (cont)KAMIN– Translation the achievements of scientificresearch and industrial applicationsSupport research with a potential to become inlater stage an industrial product.No company cooperation required up to 400,000NIS per year for op to 24 months. Magnet Program
  12. 12. Summary• Main attributes – Collaborations can exist in a variety of routes – There are numerous ways to bridge the gap between academia and industry – Joint collaborations are flexible• Academic Industry Cooperation – Collaboration must be based on mutual interests and both parties should clearly benefit from the interaction. – Industry can benefit from the vast (untapped) knowledge held in the academia. Magnet Program
  13. 13. Magnet’s Rational Cooperation is a key factor in all Magnet’sactivities. The cooperation is the appliance to achievethe goals in a efficient way and not the goal byitself. Magnet Program
  14. 14. •There is always room for improvements Magnet Program
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