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Leuven, a region for innovation & high-tech entrepreneurship - Martin Hinoul

  1. 1. Flanders as a creative innovative region Leuven, a region forinnovation & high-tech entrepreneurship Dr Martin Hinoul Business Development Manager KU Leuven Leuven , December 12, 2012
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  3. 3. From a Globe to a Flat World Source:AwexFor thousands of years we were living on a globe where innovation was a very slow process M.Hinoul
  4. 4. SIR* World Report 2012 INDICATORS • Output • International Collaboration • Normalized Impact • High Quality Publications • Specialization Index (Gini index) • Excellence Rate• 3290 Research Institutions (strong criteria)• more than 80% of the world scientific output (2006-2010) (Global Ranking KU Leuven 68 – (universities 32) - European Ranking KU Leuven 5)*Scimago Institutions Rankings M.Hinoul
  5. 5. World’s GDP and R&D Budgets ! 1,74 tr $ 16,5 tr $ 18 tr $ 6,4 tr $ 5 tr $ 2,8% R&D 2% R&D 1,5 tr $ 2 tr $ Source : The World Bank-Reshaping Economic Geography, Hinoul M.Hinoul
  6. 6. The Economist Intelligence Unit Limited (Dec. 2011) There are few economic policies as popular as research parks, incubators and clusters –very hot today. It is hard today to find a country, region, or even a city that is not trying to develop a network of competitive firms (clusters) The “political appeal” is therefore obvious, particularly now that the world’s economic crisis has put a spotlight on “innovation” to diversify economies and create jobs However the difficulty lies in turning these “science parks”, incubators or “hi-tech”corridors into success stories. Not so simple. M.Hinoul
  7. 7. Globally there are more than 1400 cluster initiatives Hollywood Bordeaux New York & London financial services Silicon Valley San Diego – Biotech Triangle Cambridge Phenomenon M.Hinoul
  8. 8. World’s Knowledge 2012 and formation of knowledge economy regions M.Hinoul
  9. 9. Indeed formation of Knowledge Economy Regions M.Hinoul
  10. 10. Globally there are more than 50 welldeveloped knowledge economy regions Source : Vacature – M.Hinoul M.Hinoul
  11. 11. Source : Harvard Business Review July-August2012 – p.26 M.Hinoul
  12. 12. Leuven, a region forinnovation & high-tech entrepreneurship M.Hinoul
  13. 13. The Leuven Region Close to Brussels Leuven Region: 95.000 habitants Airport Leuven Brussels M.Hinoul
  14. 14. An old young city M.Hinoul
  15. 15. Leuven, a region for innovation & high-tech entrepreneurship Leuven provides the key ingredients for innovation and high-tech entrepreneurship:  Cutting-edge science & technologies  A long tradition of technology transfer (40 years)  An innovative business climate with many high-tech companies and state-of-the- art incubators & science parks  Investment capital  People & networking opportunities  International affiliations  Collaboration with Mayor of Leuven M.Hinoul
  16. 16. Knowledge institutes K.U.Leuven Association Leuven University Hospitals imec VIB departments  Combined R&D budget of 664 million € (KU Leuven and Imec)  Employ about 19,500 people (6,400 researchers)  Huge inflow of knowledge and innovative ideas  Attractive location for high-tech companies  High-tech ecosystem M.Hinoul
  17. 17. Facts & Figures1. Students 3. Research • 40.257 students : 21. 927 f • Researchers (fte) 18. 204 m • Professors 1018 (12% international) • 45% Bachelor • Postdocs 1052 (36% international) 31% Master • Doctorandi 4381 (38% international) 5% Master-after-master • R&D Budget 11% Doctor program 1% Teachers education 364 million Euro (2011) 7% others • 5199 publications (in 2010) • 625 doctors (in 2010-2011) • 6. 248 International students : - 3.204 EU students • 98 spin-off companies (2011) - 3.017 others2. Education 4.Personnel KU Leuven • Dutch language programs 18.635 people • 55 bachelor • 9.971 at the university • 132 master • 8.664 at the University Hospitals • 53 master-after-master - programs • International language : • 47 master • 31 master after master • 2 bachelor – programs in English M.Hinoul
  18. 18. Students KU Leuven ( 2011 – 2012) Total 40.257 Law / Economy 8.741 21,7 %Sciences / Engineering 8.844 22,0 % Medical / Pharmacy 7.974 19,8 % Languages 4.572 11,4% Other 10.126 25,2% M.Hinoul
  19. 19. University Leuven IMEC Knowledge Centers 664 mi€ R&D, 6400 Researchers 300 Technology Cies, 135 spin offs High Tech IndustrieLife Sciences Nanotechnology Mechatronics Cleantech Clusters Technology Platforms Haasrode Arenberg Leuven Noord Genk THOR Tienen FFH Research Parks Networks M.Hinoul
  20. 20. Leuven, specialising in four technology domains• Life sciences• Nanotechnology• Mechatronics & smart systems• Cleantech © imec M.Hinoul
  21. 21. Transfer CellK.U.Leuven R&D M.Hinoul
  22. 22. K.U.Leuven Research & Development received the 2008 IPTEC Tech Transfer Award Nominated: •K.U.Leuven R&D (Winner 2008) •Columbia University (USA) •Imperial Innovations (UK) •MIT (USA) •Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (USA) Received the award : •2006 : Stanford University (USA) •2007 : Tsinghua University (China) M.Hinoul© 2007 LRD
  23. 23. What is LRD?• Founded in 1972 (40 years young this year)• Technology and knowledge transfer office of K.U.Leuven• Bridge between university, industry and society• Supports researchers• Offers technologies to industry• Large budgetary and HR autonomy• ‘Business unit’ M.Hinoul
  24. 24. K.U.Leuven: Organisation• K.U.Leuven Education Policy Research Policy DOC: Research Coördination K.U.Leuven R&D: valorisation Professional Support Research Divisions Faculties Departments Research Projects M.Hinoul
  25. 25. What do we do?• Research collaboration• Protection and exploitation of intellectual property• Spin-off creation & innovation• Support of regional development• Stimulation of entrepreneurship through network initiatives M.Hinoul
  26. 26. Research collaboration• Oldest activity of LRD• Performing research & services for companies or governments• What do we do? – Creating awareness and transferring knowledge – Providing advice – Negotiating contracts – Following up on contracts – Managing research files financially – Offering administrative support – Preparing legal documents M.Hinoul
  27. 27. Contract Research € 160.000thousands 160.000 € 140.000 144.802 € 120.000 126.807 121.653 € 100.000 97.844 87.908 € 80.000 70.193 € 60.000 54.332 € 40.000 € 20.000 €0 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 M.Hinoul
  28. 28. Intellectual property• What do we do? – Creating awareness and transferring knowledge – Assessing the feasibility, patentability and market potential of an invention – Determining a protection strategy – Drafting and filing a patent application – Following up on patent procedures and costs – Negotiating and drafting NDA’s, MTA’s and license agreements – Finding industrial partners M.Hinoul
  29. 29. Spin-offs & innovation• What do we do? – Developing business plans – Validating business models and the market – Offering legal support – Putting together a competent team – Finding investors – Finding infrastructure – Growth management – Promoting valorisation and entrepreneurship – Stimulating regional development, networks and clusters M.Hinoul
  30. 30. Spin-offs & innovation• Gemma Frisius Fund K.U.Leuven (GFF) – Seed capital for spin-off companies – GFF founded in 1997 & GFF II in 2002 • At the end of 2009 GFF and GFF II merged into one single fund – Partners: • K.U.Leuven (20% of capital) • Two banks: KBC Private Equity (40%) en Fortis Private Equity (40%) – Combination between: • Research and technology transfer expertise (university) • Financial expertise (financial partners) – Not restricted to a specific technology domain – 24.9 million euro capital (22.9 million invested, 28 companies) M.Hinoul
  31. 31. K.U.Leuven Spin offs100 90 80 70 Gemma Frisius-Seed Capital 60 2x 12,5 m€ 50 40 30 20 10 0 1980 1982 1984 1986 1988 1990 1992 1994 1996 1998 2000 2002 2004 2006 2008 2010 2012 M.Hinoul
  32. 32. Spillovers and multipliers• Multipliers --- spin-offs, 2006 - 2010: – K.U.Leuven direct investments: 4,7 M€ – (Gemma Frisius Fund investments: 12 M€) – Other third party investments: 476 M€• Patent portfolios: – K.U.Leuven R&D, 454 active patent families of which 90% economically exploited – Multiplier effects of patent portfolios of spin-off companies  sectoral multipliers of 3-to-4 M.Hinoul
  33. 33. Creating leverage M.Hinoul
  34. 34. Capital Markets Other capital markets  IT- Partners, Fortis Private Equity, KBC Investco  Stockmarket  Ubizen  ICOS  Option  Telindus  Quest for Growth  OMS  Thrombogenics (1,4Bi Euro)  Metris  Tigenix  ….. M.Hinoul
  35. 35. Micro-elektronica - nanotechnologie Kenniscentra Eyetronics Telindus B.E.S.T. Newfrom Tyco Electronics Centers of A.C.S. Belgium Resonext Option International Cypress Semi excellence Eonic Systems ARM Luciad FillFactory Assurcard Vivactiss K.U.Leuven STM ICOS Vision Lab Photochemistry & Spectroscopy Tomoton Systems Lab of Solid-state Physics & Magnetism Agilent Techn. JSR Electronics J.W.Lemmens Vector International KULeuven Micro Matic IPCOS IMEC Photovoltec Philips ITCL Xenics IMEC Septentrio Sub-45nm research facility Delcomp Oligosense Nanotechnology Platform Pure innovatieve Design platform ASM Belgium Krypton Epiq Sensor Nite bedrijven Target Compiler Techn. Data4S Soltech AnSem Easics CoWare Mixed innovatieve Mind Linux LMS bedrijven Solutions M.Hinoul
  36. 36. MechatronicaKenniscentra Stas Alnaco Ora Machines B.E.S.T. OptidriveCenters of ACE Electronics WTCM Air Beraing Prec. Techn.excellence Barco Aarschot Electrical & Mech. Design Donaldson DV Consulting IPCOS Partec Eng Materialise K.U.Leuven Krypton Dept. Mechanics Dynamotor Researh groups Decoster Luyten Automation Metris Somatech KULeuven SST Food Mach Atos Engineering PEC EME K.U.Leuven Camco Entecom Systems Dept of Metall. & Mater. Eng Tecmate Techn Lab Agric Mach & ProcPure innovatieve Intl. Flexlink D2S Internationalbedrijven Systems M&M Corporation Robert Bosch Scala Consultants Data Analys Products CSI LMSMixed innovatieve Affilips South Lancsbedrijven Belgium M.Hinoul
  37. 37. Feed-food-healthKenniscentra GC Europe Interbrew Belgium Citrique Belg Proefbedrijf voor witloofCenters of Remy Industr Bodemkundige dienst Belgiëexcellence SES Europe Engelhard Belgium GE Betz Sensient Centrum Toegep. Biol. K.U.Leuven/VIB ICI-Europe Flavors Pure Center of Microbiol & Plant Gen. Lab Molecular Cell Biology Toxicon Europe Global B.R.I.S.K. Water KULeuven Techn Cargill Lochow-Petkus Hercules Europe Frisk Intll Belgium K.U.Leuven 3E 6 centers of excell. Omni Scala Aveve Better3FruitPure innovatieve Sodiaal Quomakbedrijven Benelux Intern. Aquatreat Belgium B.E.S.T. Orafti Group Tiense Suiker Kon. Belg. Inst. totMixed innovatieve Verbetering vd Biet Barco Elbicon SST Foodbedrijven Machinery M.Hinoul
  38. 38. Life Sciences Cluster Leuven M.Hinoul
  39. 39. Science parks, business centres & incubators• Science Park Arenberg• Science Park Haasrode• Science Park Termunck• Science Park Waterschei - Genk• Science Park Tienen• Ubicenter• Campus Remy• Business Centre Leuven M.Hinoul
  40. 40. The LeuvenScience and Research Parks M.Hinoul
  41. 41. HAASRODE RESEARCH PARK A full house – 5 000 jobs         M.Hinoul
  42. 42.         M.Hinoul
  43. 43. Arenberg Science Park M.Hinoul
  44. 44. Arenberg Science park-planning 2018 Cluster D Bio 1 (full), 2 (nearly), 3 ( 2013) 3 1 2 Cluster B- ICT25.000 m2 nearly D completed C B A ECluster A- ICT 35.000 m2Van Roey-2015 Cluster C Bio + Strip -2017 M.Hinoul
  45. 45. Masterplan Leuven Bio-IncubatorsThe Golden Leuven Bio Triangle M.Hinoul
  46. 46. Bio-Incubator I - Leuven M.Hinoul Bio-incubator Leuven – Gaston Geenslaan 1, 3001 Heverlee
  47. 47. The Leuven Life Sciences Cluster M.Hinoul
  48. 48. HospitalGasthuisberg KU Leuven Academic M.Hinoul
  49. 49. Tienen – Bio Generator to be opened in may 2013 M.Hinoul
  50. 50. Imec in Leuven M.Hinoul
  51. 51. Multilevel interaction KU LEUVEN LRDFINANCIAL Science WORLD GFF parks REGION Leuven.Inc Economy M.Hinoul
  52. 52. Cluster policy Leuven 2011 (est.) N° of 380 (130 spin companies offs) Turn-over 8 bi € Jobs 16.000 M.Hinoul
  53. 53. The Value Chain* nt ers Qual e ce ity o  Knowledge Centers ledg f Lif e Go rs  Entrepreneurs & Role Models Know ve eu rn en me nt pr  Money n tre E  Capital Markets  InfrastructureNe tworks Role Models  Cluster Policy  Presence of International Companies  Networks es Ci Mone o na l y  Government at i ern  Quality of LifeInt Ca p ic y Infrastructure it a ol lM P ar er ke ust ts Cl * Gibbons – Saxenian - Hinoul M.Hinoul
  54. 54. Success factors• A critical mass of high quality research• Multidisciplinary team & high value support• Clear incentives to encourage researchers and research groups• Favourable entrepreneurial climate in a university context• Legal context in Flanders• Instruments and networks that further professionalise technology transfer support M.Hinoul
  55. 55. Quality of Life M.Hinoul
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  57. 57. A Top Technology Region M.Hinoul
  58. 58. A Region with the right ingredients  Knowledge Centers  Entrepreneurs & Role Models  Money  Capital Markets  Infrastructure  Cluster Policy  Presence of International Companies  Networks  Government  Quality of Life M.Hinoul
  59. 59. Knowledge Centres M.Hinoul
  60. 60. Much more than the 3 % Lisbon target M.Hinoul
  61. 61. Cluster Policy M.Hinoul
  62. 62. Cluster formation of World Scale M.Hinoul
  63. 63. HIGH TECH SYSTEMS & MATERIALEN Specialisatie en pieken: Selectie en typologie belangrijkste actoren Nederlandse DSP Valley Vereniging Sirris voor Precisie- Vereniging technologie TTR Nederland van de Walonie Espace TTR België Nederlandse DAF nv Graco Chemische Industrie Siemens VDO Vista nv FMTC (mechatronica) Kenniscentra en Philips Alro Holdings centers of excellence Chemelot Ford Werke Bosch Bosch Hydraulic Packaging Borealis Polymers LAG Akzo Nobel Trailers FLAMAC Netherlands Epiq (materialen Aerospace Campus KUL onderzoek) Nedcar Geleen Pure innovatieve Group (NAG) Imec DOW Belgium Vanderlande KUleuven Spaas bedrijven ATC DSM Philips UImec Hasselt Kaarsen Eindhoven Industries Campus Agoria ASML Eindhoven U Luik U Hasselt Tessenderlo Nederlandse Fraunhofer Institut Luik U chemie Océ Forschungszentrum Jülich Heraeus vereniging Stork food RWTH Electro-Nite voor rubber Hochschule systems en Aachen Niederrhein International en Continental printing Schumag AG kunststoffen Mixed innovatieve Flanders Siempelkamp Philips (licht)/ Philips Oerlikon Textile Drive bedrijven Cerobear Onderzoeksinstituut Trützschler Scheidt & Bachmann Pierberg Prüfcentrum Siemens Verband der FEV transportation Systems Voith Paper Chemischen Verband der Motorentechnik industrie (VCI) Elektrotechnik 3M (VDE) AUNDE Cluster Chemie/ Kunststoffe Munters Euroform Netwerken* Mitteldeutschland CAR e.V. INTRA e.V. Verbundinitiative Automobil TTR Duitsland Nordrhein-Westfalen (VIA NRW)* Internationaal netwerk: Automotive.net M.Hinoul
  64. 64. LIFE SCIENCES & MEDISCHE TECHNOLOGIE Specialisatie en pieken: Selectie en typologie belangrijkste actoren TTR Nederland LifeTec Network Flanders’Bio TTR België Technomed Helvoet Pharma Life Life Science Sciences Platform Limburg Supra Polix Tosoh Kenniscentra en (LIOF) Bioscience centers of excellence Kingfisher Occam Philips Medical Thromb-X Healthcare Systems OncoMethylome Pamgene Medtronic Spronken KUL Neurgenetics Orthopedie BioLiege Healthcare & Pie Medical AZ Maastricht VIB Technology Pure innovatieve Knowledge BIOMED Medinvest KUleuven Ortec bedrijven Network Blue U Maastricht U Hasselt Silicos Medical Imec Akzo Nobel/ TU UZ Leuven Organon Eindhoven U Hasselt Centocor IMEC Kath. FH U Luik Pharma BioWin NRW Neuro RWTH Forschungszentrum Boost Terumo Human DSM Notox Aachen Jülich (IME) Europe Health UK Aachen Abiomed Mixed innovatieve Dräger Europe Gmbh bedrijven Activ Care Medical transcon Gmbh Grünenthal Spectaris Bioriver Life DASGIP AG Science Cluster Pharma Aldenhoven Trommsdorff LifeTec Aachen- Jülich Tri-nationale MaasRijn triangle cluster MetNet NRW Netwerken* Bundesverband der Pharmazeutischen Aachener TTR Duitsland Industrie e.v. (BPI) Kompetenzzentrum Medizintechnik AKM*Alma-grid: LSMT samenwerkingsproject Luik, Hasselt, Maastricht, Aken M.Hinoul*Heartbeat: INTERREG III initiatief MaasRijn triangle 64
  65. 65. FOOD & NUTRITION Specialisatie en pieken: Selectie en typologie belangrijkste actoren Regio Uden-Veghel Foodregio Flanders’ FOOD TTR Nederland Helmond e.o./ Greenport Venlo TTR België Interbrew Flora Holland Farm Frites BelgiumKenniscentra en Foodvalley regio FEVIA Veiling ZONcenters of excellence Wageningen Nutreco SES Tropicana Looza Europe Rendac Wessanen Lambrechts nv Better3Fruit Newtrition Choprabisco Food & Orafti Group Masters Food Veiling Nutrition U MaastrichtPure innovatieve Topinstituut Nedalco KUL Hercules Haspengouw KUleuven Europebedrijven HAS Den Bosch DMV Unilever Imec Proefcentrum Tiense Campina U Wageningen Fruitteelt vzw Scana U Hasselt Suiker Noliko Numico Food Fontys HochSchule U Luik Provinciaal Concortium Niederrhein IncoPack Overleg Heineken Citrique Regio Sovion Frauenhofer Belge Tienen Food Gesellschaft Zentis KronenBrot ConnectionMixed innovatieve Point KGbedrijven Chocoladefabriken Lindt Leuchtenberg Nestle Carl kühne FG Deutschland Cargill Landgard Deutsche Food Landwirtschaft Processing Zuckerfabrik Jülich Gesellschaft Initiative (DLG) Walter Rau Neusser ÖlandNetwerken Deutsches Institut für Agrobusiness Lebensmitteltechnik Bundesvereinigung Foodcity der Deutschen TTR Duitsland Ernährungsindustrie M.Hinoul
  66. 66. High Tech Systems and Food/Nutrition Life Sciences Total MaterialsNetherlands 127 000 92 000 19 000 238 000Belgium 58 000 39 000 7000 104 000Germany 104 000 58 000 16 000 178 000Total 289 000 189 000 42 000 520 000Total Added Value 20 9 3 32(billion €uro)Total Added Value peremployee 69 000 € 48 000 € 71 000 € 61 000 € Source : Policy Research, Hochschule Niederrhein, Etil. M.Hinoul
  67. 67. EEN STERKE ECONOMISCHE GROEI VOOR DE ELAt REGIO BNP BNP/Actief6 mi inwoners 2,9 mi actief 157 Bi € 54.000 520.000 HTW (1/5) 32 Bi € 6,4% 61.000 7,5%6 mi inwoners 2,9 mi actief 167 Bi € 58.000 700.000 HTW (1/4) 42 Bi € 61.000 M.Hinoul
  68. 68. HIGH TECH SYSTEMS & MATERIALEN Specialisatie en pieken: Selectie en typologie belangrijkste actoren Nederlandse DSP Valley Vereniging Sirris voor Precisie- Vereniging technologie TTR Nederland van de Walonie Espace TTR België Nederlandse DAF nv Graco Chemische Industrie Siemens VDO Vista nv FMTC (mechatronica) Kenniscentra en Philips Alro Holdings centers of excellence Chemelot Ford Werke Bosch Bosch Hydraulic Packaging Borealis Polymers LAG Akzo Nobel Trailers FLAMAC Netherlands Epiq (materialen Aerospace Campus KUL onderzoek) Nedcar Geleen Pure innovatieve Group (NAG) Imec DOW Belgium Vanderlande KUleuven Spaas bedrijven ATC DSM Philips UImec Hasselt Kaarsen Eindhoven Industries Campus Agoria ASML Eindhoven U Luik U Hasselt Tessenderlo Nederlandse Fraunhofer Institut Luik U chemie Océ Forschungszentrum Jülich Heraeus vereniging Stork food RWTH Electro-Nite voor rubber Hochschule systems en Aachen Niederrhein International en Continental printing Schumag AG kunststoffen Mixed innovatieve Flanders Siempelkamp Philips (licht)/ Philips Oerlikon Textile Drive bedrijven Cerobear Onderzoeksinstituut Trützschler Scheidt & Bachmann Pierberg Prüfcentrum Siemens Verband der FEV transportation Systems Voith Paper Chemischen Verband der Motorentechnik industrie (VCI) Elektrotechnik 3M (VDE) AUNDE Cluster Chemie/ Kunststoffe Munters Euroform Netwerken* Mitteldeutschland CAR e.V. INTRA e.V. Verbundinitiative Automobil TTR Duitsland Nordrhein-Westfalen (VIA NRW)* Internationaal netwerk: Automotive.net M.Hinoul
  69. 69. Enabling The Digital Age(nda) Electronics Industry ~2000 B$/year Chipmaking Industry ~300 B$/year Lithographic Equipment Industry ~10 B$/year DUV/EUV Light Source Industry ~1B$/year M.Hinoul
  70. 70. Aachen/Alsdorf System SuppliersProcess (Masks, Resist,..) Lightsource Taking light to 70 new dimensions… M.Hinoul
  71. 71. The technological challenge: the winner takes it all…? M.Hinoul
  72. 72. M.Hinoulconfidential 72
  73. 73. M.Hinoulconfidential
  74. 74. Printing 1000.000.000 transistors/secondtowards 13,5nm wavelength EUV-sources Source ASML M.Hinoul
  75. 75. Source Integrated with ASML NXE:3100 @ imec M.Hinoul
  76. 76. How Partnerships Can Help Closing the loop on system performance The Netherlands within the Euregio Having access to all major IC companies through Imec’s litho partners Germany Creating an ecosystem of specialized module suppliers Becoming a showcase of hightech Fraunhofer for the rest of the world Belgium ILT M.Hinoul
  77. 77. How Partnerships Can Help Closing the loop on system performance The Netherlands within the Euregio Having access to all major IC companies through Imec’s litho partners Germany Creating an ecosystem of specialized module suppliers Becoming a showcase of hightech Fraunhofer for the rest of the world Belgium ILT M.Hinoul
  78. 78. Lam RESEARCH STMicroelectronicsImec and the World’s Largest Industry Commitment to Semiconductor Research in Partnership M.Hinoul
  79. 79. Infrastructures M.Hinoul
  80. 80. The Eindhoven HighTech Campus M.Hinoul
  81. 81. The DSM – Chemelot High Tech Campus M.Hinoul
  82. 82. RWTH Aachen Campus•15 Clusters•10 000 new jobs•2 Billion € investment M.Hinoul
  83. 83. Bio Incubator(s) Maastricht M.Hinoul
  84. 84. Thor Research Park Waterschei M.Hinoul
  85. 85. BioVille Incubator Diepenbeek M.Hinoul
  86. 86. Sart Tilman Liège M.Hinoul
  87. 87. The Leuven Research ParksTermunck Haasrode Arenberg M.Hinoul
  88. 88. Life Science ClusterKenniscentra E.S.R.I. Deckers Div Biotest Seralco Benelux Dermat ThrombogenicsCenters of Terumo Tigenix ReMyndexcellence IDT(RNA-TEC) Europe Dakocytomation BioTie Therapies Corp. Norgine Univ hospitals K.U.Leuven Cochlear Algonomics Rega Institute CEHA M-Elect PatientWeb Lab of Exp. Genetics & Transgenese Autocyte Medvision M4S Europe Benelux Materialise K.U.Leuven Neurogenetics L-MTC QMedit @Medical Techn. MXS VIB IVIA VIGOUR Custom8 OncoPuur innovatieve Conti BPC Methylomebedrijven Fugeia Regenesys Diatos Medicim New Standard Eng. Malaise&co Formac Ortec CMPGGemengd innovatieve Pharmaceuticalsbedrijven Centocor VWR International M.Hinoul
  89. 89. LIFE SCIENCES & MEDISCHE TECHNOLOGIE Specialisatie en pieken: Selectie en typologie belangrijkste actoren TTR Nederland LifeTec Network Flanders’Bio TTR België Technomed Helvoet Pharma Life Life Science Sciences Platform Limburg Supra Polix Tosoh Kenniscentra en (LIOF) Bioscience centers of excellence Kingfisher Occam Philips Medical Thromb-X Healthcare Systems OncoMethylome Pamgene Medtronic Spronken KUL Neurgenetics Orthopedie BioLiege Healthcare & Pie Medical AZ Maastricht VIB Technology Pure innovatieve Knowledge BIOMED Medinvest KUleuven Ortec bedrijven Network Blue U Maastricht U Hasselt Silicos Medical Imec Akzo Nobel/ TU UZ Leuven Organon Eindhoven U Hasselt Centocor IMEC Kath. FH U Luik Pharma BioWin NRW Neuro RWTH Forschungszentrum Boost Terumo Human DSM Notox Aachen Jülich (IME) Europe Health UK Aachen Abiomed Mixed innovatieve Dräger Europe Gmbh bedrijven Activ Care Medical transcon Gmbh Grünenthal Spectaris Bioriver Life DASGIP AG Science Cluster Pharma Aldenhoven Trommsdorff LifeTec Aachen- Jülich Tri-nationale MaasRijn triangle cluster MetNet NRW Netwerken* Bundesverband der Pharmazeutischen Aachener TTR Duitsland Industrie e.v. (BPI) Kompetenzzentrum Medizintechnik AKM*Alma-grid: LSMT samenwerkingsproject Luik, Hasselt, Maastricht, Aken M.Hinoul*Heartbeat: INTERREG III initiatief MaasRijn triangle
  90. 90. Networks M.Hinoul
  91. 91. Bio-incubators and alliances NovartisMerck Serono Roche P&G Roche Bio-incubators Pfizer 212 Centocor J&J GSK M.Hinoul
  92. 92. M.Hinoul
  93. 93. Health Axis EuropeM.O.U. Signed in Leuven © K.U.Leuven - Rob Stevens Leuven, June 8th, 2011 M.Hinoul
  94. 94. Structure Leuven Sub-Committee (10) Health Axis Europe Committee (10+10+10) Executive Board (3+3+3) Cambridge Heidelberg Sub-Committee Sub-Committee (10) (10) M.Hinoul
  95. 95. Leuven Sub-Committee Members Prof. Dr. Minne Casteels* Prof. Dr. Koenraad Debackere* Vice rector of the Biomedical Sciences Managing Director, KU Leuven Group, KU Leuven Prof. Dr. Frank Luyten Prof. Dr. Piet Stinissen Head of the Division of Rheumatology, Dean of the Faculty of Medicine and University Hospitals Leuven Life Sciences, Hasselt University M.B.A Koen De Leuven M.B.A. Johan Van Witte Sub-Committee Helleputte* Managing Director, reMYND Senior Vice President Strategic Development Unit, imec Dr. Patrik De Haes Prof. Dr Mark Waer Chief Executive Officer, Rector, KU Leuven ThromboGenics Dr. Bart Haex Dr. Patrick Chaltin Strategic Development Managing Director, CD3* Member of Health Axis Europe Executive Board M.Hinoul
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  103. 103. Success factors Cutting-edge science and technology Tradition in technology transfer An innovative business climate with high-tech companies and state- of-the-art incubators & science parks Seed capital, venture capital, growth capital , access to capital markets Talent Networking opportunities International affiliations M.Hinoul
  104. 104. ContactKU Leuven Research & Development (LRD)Waaistraat, 63000 Leuven, Belgium+32 16 32 65 00lrd@kuleuven.belrd.kuleuven.be

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