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  • 1. EU Technology Transfer Seminar Ilan Peled – Magnet Manager TAU - 25 NOV 2012 Magnet Program
  • 2. Academy Industry Product/science Technology Application Magnet Program
  • 3. Common Dilemmas• Commitment: Academic freedom vs. Milestones & Deadlines• Intellectual Property Commercialization vs. Royalties• Publication – Applied Research vs. Basic Research – Timing Magnet Program
  • 4. Common Dilemmas (cont.)• Compensation – Individual vs. Organization• Prejudice• Diversity Between Disciplines Magnet Program
  • 5. LIKELY CAN BE ALSO DIFFERENTLYBY UTITIZATION OF THE RELATIVE ADVANTAGE FOR MUTUAL BENEFIT OF BOTH PARTIES Magnet Program
  • 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. MAGNET SCOPEGeneric pre-competitive technologyAll the range in-betweenBasic Research up toDeveloping of Products. Magnet Program
  • 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. •There is always room for improvements Magnet Program
  • 15. Magnet Program