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  • Luiss Guido Carli, “Manager dell’innovazione, manager innovatori” Dall’invenzione al prodotto: l’esperienza dell’IIT Salvatore Majorana Technology Transfer Director Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia Roma, 22 febbraio 2013Workshop on Innovation Management @ Luiss Business School, Rome Feb 2013
  • who am I, what do I do?  Trained as an Electronic Engineer  Some lab experience  Moved to large corporate (Telco)  Jumped on the New Economy, on the VC’s side  Management consultant  MBA  Started a niche PE firm  Credit crunch  Fix it… and move on! Technology TransferWorkshop on Innovation Management @ Luiss Business School, Rome Feb 2013 2
  • LIstituto Italiano di Tecnologia ha la missione di promuovere l’eccellenza nella ricerca di base e applicata, sviluppare lalta formazione in ambito scientifico-tecnologico e favorire l’evoluzione del sistema produttivo italiano verso settori e attività tecnologicamente all’avanguardia. PAVIS iCub Facility I modelli: Fondazione H. Hughes (USA) Max Planck-Gesellschaft (D) Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft (D)Workshop on Innovation Management @ Luiss Business School, Rome Feb 2013 3
  • Genova Central LabsWorkshop on Innovation Management @ Luiss Business School, Rome Feb 2013 4
  • The Start-Up Phase 2003 September 2003: Institutional Law of IIT 2004 2004-2005: Board of Trustees for Governance and Mission 2005 June - September 2005: Selection of research directors via calls on Nature and Science; 155 applications, 23 short listed. 6 winners: 2 from USA, 2 from Europe, 2 from Italy. December 8, 2005: Appointed Scientific Director, Roberto Cingolani 2006 December 2005 - December 2008: • Start up phase • Building demolition, reconstruction, refurbishment 2007 • Laboratory design, lay out • Purchase of equipment Installation and test • Hiring procedures : ≈ 420 staff out of 2000 interviews from 38 countries 2008 • Launch the Multidisciplinary Research Network 5Workshop on Innovation Management @ Luiss Business School, Rome Feb 2013 5
  • Facilities set-up – A snapshotWorkshop on Innovation Management @ Luiss Business School, Rome Feb 2013 6
  • Governance  IIT’s scientific program is designed so to be enough long-term oriented as to encourage the growth of knowledge, yet fully aware of the world’s best practice benchmarks.  Board members ensure a central role in the global research arena as well as a solid connection with industry leaders. Consiglio Comitato Tecnico Scientifico Gian Felice Rocca (Presidente), Giorgio Margaritondo (EPFL, Switzerland), Chairman Roger Abravanel, Emilio Bizzi (MIT, USA) Alberto Alesina, Lia Addadi (Weizmann Institute, Israel) Fulvio Conti, Adriano Aguzzi (University Hospital Zürich, Switzerland) Sergio Dompé, Yasuhiko Arakawa (Tokyo University, Japan) Pierre J. Magistretti, Uri Banin (Hebrew University, Israel) Giorgio Margaritondo, Martin Chalfie* (Columbia University, USA) Konrad Osterwalder, Robert Horvitz* (MIT, USA) Alessandro Ovi, Oussama Khatib (Stanford University, USA) Remo Pertica, Alex Zunger (National Renewable Energy Laboratory, USA) Giuseppe Recchi, Jean-Jeacques Slotine, (MIT, USA) Fabrizio Saccomanni, Arto Nurmikko, (Brown University, USA) Giuseppe Vita, Takeo Kanade, (Carnegie Mellon University, USA) Rodolfo Zich. Kenji Doja, (Okinawa Inst. of Science, Japan) Comitato Esecutivo Gabriele Galateri (Presidente); Roberto Cingolani (Direttore Scientifico); Giuseppe Pericu; Pietro Guindani; Alberto Sangiovanni Vincentelli.Workshop on Innovation Management @ Luiss Business School, Rome Feb 2013 7
  • Research Platforms The ongoing strategic plan aims at consolidating the capabilities accomplished by IIT in the start-up phase: it develops new platforms for the evolution of the Humanoid Robotic program and provides new opportunities to foster many technological solutions. The new platforms (Energy, EHS -Environment, Health, Security-, Smart Materials, D4 – evolution of D3-, Integrated Multiscale Computation) originate from the idea of making the humanoid robot developed by IIT closer and closer to a human, namely: to power the robot with portable, high efficiency energy sources, to develop smart materials with biomimetic characteristics, to investigate the interaction between artificial nanosystems and biological entities (such as cells) in view of future interconnections but also to assess safety issues.Workshop on Innovation Management @ Luiss Business School, Rome Feb 2013 8
  • Departments, Facilities and Centers Research Platforms Departments, Facilities CentersWorkshop on Innovation Management @ Luiss Business School, Rome Feb 2013 9
  • A fast growing reality  With a total headcount of 1141 (@Dec. 2012), IIT stands as a very young a motivated community which produces hundreds of scientific works with a very high impact factor  Comparison with other major research institutions 900 places IIT among the top cost/quality performers in EU 800 Publications 700 600 Cost w/wo admin Budget personnel (Keu) (Meu) 500 400 Weizmann (IL) 78/91 > 200 300 Max Planck (D) 106/156 1.300 200 Fraunhofer (D) 92/ ? 1.650 100 CNRS (F) 105/238 2.740 0 CNR (I) 101/165 900 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 IIT (I) 85/95 100 70 Age (scientists) Staff headcount 60 PhD Average age ≈ 34 y * 50 PostDoc 40 * 30 Team leader 20 * 10 Sen+Dir 0 * 2022242628303234363840424446485052545658606264666870Workshop on Innovation Management @ Luiss Business School, Rome Feb 2013 10
  • A multidisciplinary approach About 50 nationalities represented Almost 40% of population arrives Degree distribution from outside Italy Biochemistry Biotech Physics Psychology 1% 5% 16% 3% Philosophy < 1% Chemistry Pharmacology 13% Natural Degree of the staff 1% Sciences Other (no PhD students) 2% 1% Diploma Biology Perito 3% 12% 1% IT Laurea 5% 23% Medicinal Chemistry PhD Engineers 3% 73% Math Material Industrial 32% MD 1% Science Design 1% 2% < 1%Workshop on Innovation Management @ Luiss Business School, Rome Feb 2013 11
  • I processi di valutazione 1. Valutazione Individuale annuale , sulla base di obiettivi (Management by Objectives 20% della retribuzione lorda ) 2. Valutazione Dipartimentale, triennale (6 dal 2008 ad oggi) Panel composti da : chairman del CTS, membri del CTS ed esperti esterni internazionali 3. Valutazione della Fondazione (3 dal 2006 ad oggi): Comitato di Valutazione (scienziati e managers esterni) 4. ANVUR …in corso Ranking internazionale www.scimagoir.com Bibliometria Scopus, sul quinquennio 2005-2009: impatto rispetto alla media mondiale di settore Nel 2010 l’IIT si colloca al 368° posto su 2833 istituzioni valutate nel mondo (di cui 380 green label), Nel 2011 l’IIT si colloca al 240° posto su 3042 istituzioni valutate nel mondo (di cui 402 green label) Top 8% degli istituti nel Mondo (una posizione sotto Caltech, 20 sopra Weizmann) Top 8% degli istituti in Europa (85° su 1040) Top 10% degli istituti in Italia (13° su 125, IIT preceduto prevalentemente da Istituzioni mediche)Workshop on Innovation Management @ Luiss Business School, Rome Feb 2013 12
  • SIR 2012 World Report www.scimagoir.com High tech IIT EXC Caltech MIT Stanford Weizmann EPFL GaTech Q1Workshop on Innovation Management @ Luiss Business School, Rome Feb 2013 13
  • Patent Activity  At present, IIT patent activity shows • 104 inventions produced by IIT overall  35 new inventions in 2012, +46% on previous year • 169 patent applications  55 new applications in 2012, +41% on previous year • 25 patents granted • € 460.000 spent in 2012 in patent protection (vs. commercial activity worth ~ € 4,5M) Invention Disclosures Patent Applications6050 162 169 180 Applications per year 16040 140 Total applications (cumulative) 108 12030 100 69 8020 47 60 25 4010 9 20 2 0 0 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013Workshop on Innovation Management @ Luiss Business School, Rome Feb 2013 14
  • From Lab to Market Proof of Scale to Deliver to RESEARCH INVENTION PATENT Prototype industry Principle Market std. Determine Design research study questions  The idea is ready to be verified . A  Product test; compliancy, 1 forecast of the target market and security/safety; Collect Selected topic data application must be provided;  Market test and cost-  The work is focused on realizing a return evaluation; Write suitable prototype to be tested and research Analyze data  Go/no-go for the launch report prepared for the target market;  In these phase the market Validate Generate  Often times a set of additional Findings findings players are the ones who patents can derive in connection  The process is iterative and recursive; the take the lead. with the introduction of an driver of this phase is to capitalize on invention in a production cycle;  The idea is out of the lab findings and know-how; and begins its way to the  These phases are equally developed  These initial phases are dominated by market. by researches and industry people, research labs, normally without a market- who become more and more oriented approach relevant as the idea proceedsWorkshop on Innovation Management @ Luiss Business School, Rome Feb 2013 15
  • What is innovation?  “The process of translating an idea or invention into a good or service that creates value or for which customers will pay” (http://www.businessdictionary.com/definition/innovation.html#ixzz2LcZ31o6r)  “Innovation is the development of new values through solutions that meet new needs, inarticulate needs, or old customer and market needs in value adding new ways” (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Innovation)  “The purpose of innovation is to create new business” …and “Innovation requires a change” (Paul Trott, Innovation Management and New Product Developemnt, 4th edition)Workshop on Innovation Management @ Luiss Business School, Rome Feb 2013 16
  • HOW DOES IT HAPPEN? Manufact TECHNOLOGY PUSH R&D uring Marketing Manufact MARKET PULL Marketing R&D uring Marketing SIMULTANEOUS COUPLING Manufact R&D uringWorkshop on Innovation Management @ Luiss Business School, Rome Feb 2013 17
  • MODELS of INNOVATIONSSource: Paul Trott, Innovation Management and New Product Developemnt, 4th edition – Prentice Hall / Financial TimesWorkshop on Innovation Management @ Luiss Business School, Rome Feb 2013 18
  • IS IT REALLY MANAGEABLE? Innovation proved being the result of an articulated complex of actions, executed by different actors, either in a continuous or discontinuous way, both within one single organization and in cooperation with players outside the organization.Workshop on Innovation Management @ Luiss Business School, Rome Feb 2013 19
  • INNOVATION DRIVERS Scientific and Creative Organization technological Organizations develop individuals activities and developments knowledge, processes and & teams processes inevitably lead to products knowledge inputs Organization’s architecture and external linkages Societal changes and market needs lead to demands and opportunitiesWorkshop on Innovation Management @ Luiss Business School, Rome Feb 2013 20
  • iCub – Humanoid robotic platform  The learning experience: iCub is equipped with a set of highly developed functionalities which allow it to learn from interaction with humans in a kid-adult similar relationship. Watch video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZcTwO2dpX8A  iCub, not only is able to learn movements if guided, but it can also interact via spoken language, having a true eye-ear-arm interaction with a human guide.  In order to create a common knowledge within the community, iCub has been Watch video at http://youtu.be/v1TnfsyqPx0 developed on a fully open source approachWorkshop on Innovation Management @ Luiss Business School, Rome Feb 2013 21
  • Smart Materials – Oil/Water separation Watch video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ND84TmXfzIWorkshop on Innovation Management @ Luiss Business School, Rome Feb 2013 22
  • HOW TO VALUE INNOVATION? Source: Harvard Business Review, December 2012Workshop on Innovation Management @ Luiss Business School, Rome Feb 2013 23
  • VALUE OF INNOVATIONWorkshop on Innovation Management @ Luiss Business School, Rome Feb 2013 24
  • Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia Direzione Trasferimento Tecnologico Via Morego 30 10163 – Genova Tel. +39 010.71781 e.mail: technology.transfer@iit.it www.iit.itIstituto Italiano di Tecnologia, February 2013 Genova, giugno 2012