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  • 1. EuropeanYear of Creativity and InnovationSantander – UIMP 20 – 21 Augustus 2009KeyCompetencesfortimes of crisis
    “Sense of Initiative and Entrepreneurship”
    Dr Martin Hinoul
    Business Development Manager
    KnowledgeEconomyRegion Leuven
    Santander, August 20, 2009
  • 2. AnEntrepreneurial Society
    “The rise of the entrepreneur, which has been gathering speed over the past 30 years, is notjustabouteconomics.
    Italsoreflectsprofoundchanges in attitudes to everythingfromindividualcareers to the social contract.
    Itsignals the birth of anentrepreneurial society”
    -The Economist-
    March 14, 2009
  • 3. The World became Flat…(Friedman)
  • 4. EU - U.S
    EU
    EU - U.S – Asia- BRIC
    And the business becameglobal…
    60 trillion$
    MarketValue GDP
    year
    2000
    1900
    0.5 billion
    1 billion
    2 billion
    customers
  • 5. The World becameFlat, but …
    Europe has norawmaterials
  • 6. And Europe has noenergy resources
  • 7. Thereforeinnovationbecomesextremeley important
    • Innovation is important for economic growth:
    50% since World War II
    66% in the 90’s
    90 % in the 21th century
    • Lisbon 2010: Europe should bring the R&D effort from 2 to 3%
    A difficult mission
    ( a shortage of 110 billion Euro and a shortage of 700.000 scientists
    and engineers)
    • Finland 3,49% ; Nl 1,94%; UK 1,93%; Fr 2,2; It 1,07; Sp 0,97%;
    Po 0,65%; Ro 0,39%; Bg 0,47%….US 2,8%
  • 8. From Productivity to Innovation
  • 9. "The literature on innovation is longer than my arm. (…)
    It can be summarized as follows : innovation is either a machine or a magic garden. If it's a machine, companies should design it, oil it, power it up, and manage it.
    If it's a garden, companies should create conditions under which it can flourish, and then let the magic occur.
    Innovation is both of course."
    -Thomas A. Stewart (*)-
    Fortune magazine, 5 mars 2001
    (*) : Author of "Intellectual capital – The new wealth of organizations", Nicholas Brealey Publishing, 1997
  • 10. 10
    Knowledge economy index
     Belgium
    Source: World Bank Institute
  • 14. “In the twenty-firstcentury, brainpower and imagination, invention, and the organization of newtechnologies are the keystrategicingredients.”
    - Lester Thurow- Professor MIT -
  • 15. 12
    “ In a knowledge-based economy growth is inextricably linked to the capacity for innovation – the ability to transform knowledge and ideas into new products, processes or services. Healthy and innovative regional economies are the foundation of a nation’s competitiveness”
    -Deborah L. Wince-Smith
    President Council on Competitiveness
  • 16. The New Economyor the knowledgeeconomyregions
  • 17. The EuropeanTechnology Dilemma
    The technology gap (10 yrs) with the US is still not decreasing
    The technology gap with China and India (20 yrs) is shrinking every month
  • 18. FromLisbon 2000 to…
    70% of the activepopulationshouldbeemployed
    3% of GDP should go to R&D
    And Europeshouldbe the strongestKnowledgeEconomy in the world
  • 19. Innovation and Lisbon 2010
    New faces – Results?
  • 20. Innovation is changing
  • 21. Faster, Faster, Faster
  • 22. 19
    Source: Joseph Jacobsen
  • 23. Itrequires a widercollaborationacross disciplines and specialties (multidisciplinaryapproach)
  • 24. 21
  • 25. The concept of IntellectualPropertyis beingreexamined in the light of these collaborativedemands
  • 26. Intellectual Property
  • 27. Itrequires a widercollaboration of KnowledgeEconomyregions
  • 28. Taiwan
    SiliconValley
    China
    ThreeRegional Centers growingtogether, increasing the overall size of the pie
  • 29. Collaboration of
    KnowledgeEconomyRegions
  • 30. The trend is clearlytowards
    “openinnovation”
  • 31. The guru of Open Innovation – Henry Chesbrough
  • 32. Innovationrequires the
    “triplehelix” approach
  • 33. The Triple Helix
    Is the complex betweenthreeactors
    The Government
    The Industry
    The Knowledge Centers
    "dynamics"
  • 34. Triple Helix is about:
    Knowledgecreation
    Knowledgediffusion
    Knowledgeexploitation
  • 35. In Conclusion:
    Faster, Faster, Faster
    Itrequireswidercollaborationacross disciplines and specialties (multidisciplinaryapproach)
    The concept of intellectualproperty is beingreexamined in the light of these collaborativedemands
    Itrequires a widercollaboration of regions
    The trend is towards “openinnovation”
    Itrequires a “triplehelix” approach
  • 36. NeedforanIntegratedPerspectiveonInnovation
    33
  • 37. 1. Innovation is about :
  • 38.
  • 39. 2. Innovation is about :
  • 40. 3. Innovation is about :
  • 41. 4. Innovation is about :
  • 42. The EuropeanTechnology DilemmaUS versus Europe
    The technology gap (10 yrs) with the US is still not decreasing
  • 43. 40
    A nation which depends upon others for its new basic scientific knowledge will be slow in its industrial progress and weak in its competitive position in world trade
    Science, the endless frontier – Vannevar Bush 1945
  • 44. Old and New Halls of Fame

    Seattle





    Pittsburg





    San
    Diego

  • 45. SiliconValley
  • 46. It is a new Form of Culture
    All things are possible attitude
    Risk Taking
    Scott McNealy-Sun
    Co-competition
    Stockoptions
    BasedonMeritocracy
    Repeaters (Reinvention)
    Time for the nextbigthing
    CULTURE
    Cross-pollination
    Inflection Point (Andy Grove)
    Cross-investments
    Stateofmind
    Networking
    FailureBadgeofmerit
    Jumping on theNextCurve (Oracle)
  • 47. “The story of Silicon Valley is not “e,” but “i,”, not electronic commerce but innovation and imagination. What distinguishes many of these companies is not their technical prowess but their imagination. They are young, hungry, and totally devoid of tradition. It is the power of “i,”, rather than “e,” that separates the winners from the losers in the twenty-first-century economy.”
    “Silicon Valley is not a place, but a metaphor for unfettered imagination, rampant experimentation, and an utter lack of nostalgia.”
    Leading the Revolution
    Gary Hamel
  • 48. Silicon Valley – A complex Network of Clusters
    VC – Kleiner Perkins Caulfield…NASDAQ
    Nano-electronics
    Route 101 – Route 280 - State of mind
    Silicon Valley Joint Venture Network
    Stanford University – UCSF - Berkley
    Internet – Google – e-Bay –Yahoo-Amazon.com
    Networks – Cisco (Bosack,Lerner& Troiano -1984)
    Software -Oracle
    Computers – Apple - Sun
    Semiconductors – Shockley - Intel
    Electronics – Hewlett Packard - Varian
    Clean Technology
    2005
    2000
    1980
    1975
    1955
    1939
    Stanford – Fred Terman
  • 49. Sig en Rus Varian
    Hewlett&Packard
    Shockley
    Steve Jobs
    Larry Page
    Sergey Brin
    Larry Ellison
    S. Boyer
    Scott McNeally
    Pierre Omidyar
    Terman
    John Chambers
    Gordon Campbell
    Jeff Bezos
    Edw. McCracken
    Jerry Sanders
    Jerry Yang
    A network of professors, entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, Nobel Prize winners and role models
  • 50. Silicon Valley
    Is a “network” and a “state of mind” (Felix Theeuwes – Durect Corporation)
    Is a network effect that transcends national boundaries (Wim Roelandts – voorzitter Xilinx)
    Regional centers growing together increasing the overall “Pie” (Wim Roelandts Xilinx)
    Stanford University 1891
  • 51. TwoExamples
    Steve Jobs – Apple Computer
    Larry Page & SergeyBrin - Google
    48
  • 52. Steve Jobs and Apple
  • 53. Steve Jobs – Apple Computer (1)
    “Mr Jobs is most celebratedforhissense of product design, his marketing acumen and, especially, hisability to executeonvisionsthat have transformedthree industries: personalcomputing, music and telephones.”
    - Financial Times-
    July 2009
    50
  • 54. Larry Page & SergeyBrin – Google (2)
    “Moscow -bornSergeyBrin and Midwest-born Larry Page dropped out of graduate school at StanfordUniversity to, in theirownwords, “change the world” through a powerful search engine thatwouldorganizeevery bit of informationon the Web for free. The Google Story takesyoudeepinside the company’s wild ridefromanideathatstruggledforfunding in 1998 to a firmthatrakes in billions in profits, makingBrin and Page the wealthiestyoung men in America.Basedonscrupulous research and extraordinaryaccess to Google, thisfast-movingnarrativerevealshowanunorthodox management style and culture of innovationenabled a search engine to shake up Madison Avenue and Wall Street”
    -The Google Story-
    David A. Vise
    51
  • 55. Larry Page and Sergey Brin
  • 56. The Google Story
  • 57. The EuropeanTechnology DilemmaEurope versus Asia
    The technology gap with China and India (20 yrs) is shrinking every month
  • 58. Knowledge Economy Regions in Asia








  • 59.
  • 60.
  • 61. India, a Rising Elephant
  • 62. From terracotta statues in Xi’an (emperorQinShi) to …
  • 63. …a neweconomicsuperpower?
  • 64. WhichSuperpower?
  • 65. And what about good old Europe?
  • 66.




    European Knowledge
    Economy Regions



    *
    ?

















  • 67.

    European Knowledge Economy Regions







    ?

















  • 68.
  • 69.
  • 70. Cambridge the betterexample in Europe
  • 71.
  • 72. The East of England RegionSilicon Valley Scale – Lots of space for Growth
    Cambridge
    source: Cambridge 2020 report - 1998
  • 73. The ‘Golden Triangle’ of the UK
    “…the only way to compete is to concentrate resources in regions that are strong….” Martin Rigby. MD, ET Capital, Cambridge Lecture, 2006
    Some 75% of all VC funds found a home here in 2006
    Cambridge
    Along
    the M11
    O2C Arc – IP Ally
    ‘HugeBrainpower’
    Stansted
    and the ‘Herts’
    Pharmas
    London:
    ‘Finance and
    Global
    Connections’
    (plus its
    Universities)
    Oxford
    Down
    the A34
    Global
    connectivity
    Thames Valley
    ‘Industry and Commercialisation’
    Heathrow ‘Growth Area’
  • 74. Leuven
  • 75.
  • 76. The Leuven ModelKnowledge Transfer and Collaboration
  • 77. In an old young city
  • 78. Some important data for the Leuven Region
    1366 Brewery Stella Artois (nowInbev)
    1425 University of Leuven
    1972 KU Leuven R&D
    1984 IMEC
    1997 Gemma FrisiusFund
  • 79. The Value Chain*
    * Gibbons – Saxenian - Hinoul
  • 89. Transfer Cell K.U.Leuven R&D
  • 90. K.U.Leuven Research & Development received the
    2008 IPTEC Tech Transfer Award
    Nominated:
    • K.U.Leuven R&D (Winner 2008)
    • 91. Columbia University (USA)
    • 92. Imperial Innovations (UK)
    • 93. MIT (USA)
    • 94. Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (USA)
    Received the award :
    • 2006 : Stanford University (USA)
    • 95. 2007 : Tsinghua University (China)
  • Faculties, departments, research groups:
    international quality in research,
    teaching performance
    LRD divisions/projects
    Contract autonomy &
    flexibility incentives
     Dual incentive mechanism to maintain a balance and healthy tension between striving for scientific excellence and gearing this excellence towards application and innovation.
    LRD Research Divisions
  • 96.
    • At the moment (2009) 85spin-off companies (exploiting university research results) are active, creating employment of >2.200 employees.
    Spin-off companies
    • 6 successful IPO’s are established
  • 97. STMicroelectronics
    IMEC
    Imec and the World’s Largest Industry Commitment to Semiconductor Research in Partnership
  • 98. Mechatronica
    E-security
    Feed – food
    - health
    L-SEC
    Leuven.Inc
    DSP-Valley
    Telematica
    Communicatie
    Life
    sciences
    Micro-elektronica
    Nanotechnologie
    Cluster Policy
  • 99. Theconcept
    Region
    Economy
    Ingredients
  • 100. The Old Economy
    Region
    Economy
    Universiteit
    Ingredients
    INBEV
    KBC-groep
  • 101. The New Economy
    Region
    Economy
    Ingredients
    Companies
  • 102. Region
    Economy
    Ingredients
    Clusters
    Sweepers
    andRecipe
    Cluster Formation
  • 103. Martin Hinoul’s Bouillabaisse
    Ingredients and Recipe
    SourceFortune – Sept 26,2005
    Campbell Soup 1935
  • 104. Kenniscentra
    Eyetronics
    Telindus
    B.E.S.T.
    TycoElectronics
    Newfrom
    Centers of
    excellence
    A.C.S. Belgium
    OptionInternational
    Resonext
    CypressSemi
    ARM
    Luciad
    EonicSystems
    FillFactory
    Assurcard
    Vivactiss
    K.U.Leuven
    Lab Photochemistry & Spectroscopy
    Lab of Solid-state Physics & Magnetism
    STM
    Tomoton
    ICOSVision
    Systems
    AgilentTechn.
    JSRElectronics
    J.W.Lemmens
    KULeuven
    IMEC
    MicroMatic
    VectorInternational
    IPCOS
    Photovoltec
    PhilipsITCL
    Xenics
    IMEC
    Sub-45nm research facility
    Nanotechnology Platform
    Design platform
    Septentrio
    Delcomp
    Oligosense
    Pure innovatieve
    bedrijven
    ASMBelgium
    Krypton
    EpiqSensorNite
    Data4S
    TargetCompilerTechn.
    AnSem
    Soltech
    Easics
    CoWare
    Mixed innovatieve
    bedrijven
    MindLinux
    Solutions
    LMS
    Micro-elektronica - nanotechnologie
  • 105. Life sciences in Leuven
    Kenniscentra
    E.S.R.I.
    Deckers Div
    BiotestSeralco
    Benelux
    Dermat
    Thrombogenics
    Centers of
    excellence
    Terumo
    Europe
    Tigenix
    ReMynd
    IDT(RNA-TEC)
    Dakocytomation
    BioTieTherapies Corp.
    Norgine
    Univhospitals
    K.U.Leuven
    RegaInstitute
    CEHA
    Lab of Exp. Genetics & Transgenese
    Cochlear
    Algonomics
    M-Elect
    Autocyte
    Europe
    PatientWeb
    M4S
    Medvision
    Benelux
    K.U.Leuven
    L-MTC
    Materialise
    Neurogenetics
    QMedit
    @MedicalTechn.
    MXS
    VIB
    VIGOUR
    IVIA
    Custom8
    Onco Methylome
    Puurinnovatieve
    bedrijven
    Conti BPC
    Fugeia
    Regenesys
    Diatos
    New Standard Eng.
    Medicim
    Malaise&co
    Ortec
    Formac
    Pharmaceuticals
    CMPG
    Gemengdinnovatieve
    bedrijven
    Centocor
    VWR International
  • 106. Quality of Life
  • 107. 12 Lessons from Leuven
    Basis is acriticalmass of high qualityresearch - Knowledge
    Createanappropriateentrepreneurialclimate in a university context
    Create a legalframeworkwith respect to exploitation of academic research
    Clearincentivesandpolicies to encourage research groups and departments to activelyseekknowledge transfer opportunities
    Create a professionalInterfaceUnit – AnIntegratedapproachon research valorisation: multidisciplinary team & “high value” services
    Create a SeedCapital and/or Venture CapitalFund
  • 108. 12 Lessons from Leuven
    Fosterspin-offsfromyouruniversity research
    Clearownership of IntellectualProperty
    Improvingawarenessamongfederal, regional and localshareholders
    Supporting aforumfor business, academia, government and supportingorganisations to build partnerships bysharingnewideas and best practices. Importance of the networks.
    Focuson Focus and Enthusiasm
    Quality of life
  • 109. The Eindhoven – Leuven – Aachen Growth ModelELAt
  • 110.
  • 111. A European Region with Critical Mass
  • 112. *
    • 155 miljard € (2007 est. MH)
    • 113. 53 000 € toegevoegde waarde/werknemer
  • A Region with the right ingredients
    Quality of life
    Capital Markets
    Infrastructure
  • 123. Knowledge Centres
    Quality of life
    Capital markets
    Knowledge Centres
  • 124. Close to the 3% Lisbon target ?
  • 125. Infrastructures
    Capital markets
    Quality of life
  • 126. The Leuven Knowledge Pearl
  • 127. High Tech campus Eindhoven
  • 128. The DSM – Chemelot High Tech Campus
  • 129. RWTH Aachen Campus
    • 15 Cluster
    • 130. 10.000 new jobs
    • 131. 2 billion € investment
  • Some facts and figures for the ELAt Triangle*
    *Source : Policy Research, Hochschule Niederrhein, Etil.
    **155 billion € - 2,8 million active population or 1 out of 5 jobs HAV-(est. MH)
  • 132. Prospects for the futureHow science will revolutionize the 21st century
  • 133.
  • 134. Jack Kilby – Integrated Circuit
  • 135. Moore’sLaw
  • 139.
  • 140.
  • 141. 114
    There is plenty of room at the bottomRichard Feynman
    35 Xenon atoms on a Ni substrate
  • 142. 115
    Bio Silicon – Bio Informatics
    (1st decade)
  • 143. 116
    Nanoshells
    Naomi Halas – Rice University
  • 144. 117
    Nanofibers
    • Nieuwsoortige Filters
    • 145. Opsporen van virussen en andere organismen, stofdeeltjes en plantensporen
    • 146. Budgetten van NIH en Center for disease control and prevention
    • 147. Juli 2004 Bio Shield-project
    • 148. DOD – Bioterrorisme (nine-eleven)
  • 118
    Nanotubes
    Ion Channels – detectie specifieke materialen door aanleggen van elektrische spanning
  • 149. Chemische fabriek op uw bureau
    Het samenpersen van een chemisch productieproces op een plaatje zo groot als een creditcard (Process on a Chip, PoaC). Extreme veiligheid, veel kleiner, selectiever, mogelijkheid voor nieuwe produkten.
    Japans consortium van 25 universiteiten en 40 bedrijven heeft haalbaarheid aangetoond van een emulsiepolymerisatieproces.
  • 150. Nano-robot
  • 151.
  • 152. Thomas Edison & Georges Eastman (1928)

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