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Opening i lab novio tech campus floris rutjes 17042014

  1. 1. Visie op Valorisatie in de Topsector Chemie Floris Rutjes Radboud University, Institute for Molecules and Materials Opening Innovation Lab NTC Nijmegen April 17, 2014
  2. 2. Business opportunities: rowing The Macon blade became popular in the 1960s and was the most widely used blade type for thirty years. Introduced in 1991, its asymmetric design and increased surface area create a bigger "shovel". The latest design offers the greatest potential for increasing boat speed.
  3. 3. Organic synthesis over the years The Lavoisier lab (1770) 2-deoxy-D-ribose KC Nicolaou, FPJT Rutjes, EA Theodorakis, J Tiebes, M Sato, E Untersteller J Am Chem Soc 1995, 117, 1173. Microreactor flow synthesis
  4. 4. Our design: Microreactor setup GC / HPLC Offline analysis NMR / MS / Raman / IR Online analysis Collaboration with Prof. van Hest (Radboud University) and Fraunhofer IMS (Duisburg, Germany)
  5. 5. Conventional batch versus flow process Conventional batch process Continuous flow microreactors Continuous flow process Translation Intrinsic benefits – Safer reactions – Faster reactions – Cleaner products and process – Easy scale‐up Practical benefits – Reproducible results – Quick optimization – Inline analysis possible – On site (local) production
  6. 6. 6 Research prototypes Patent application PCT/EP/2006/010299
  7. 7. From micro to production scale Step 1: design of  new flow process Step 2: automated  optimization Step 3: synthesis (multigram) Step 4: Scale out • Step 1: Design of a new flow process • Step 2: Automated optimization and modeling of reaction data • Step 3: Scale up to larger microreactor • Step 4: Further scale out through numbering up microreactors
  8. 8. FutureChemistry • New spin-off FutureChemistry was founded in 2008 • Investments by FhG and PPM Oost • Former PhD-students – Kaspar Koch and Pieter Nieuwland – became CEO and CTO • First commercial equipment launched March 2009 gelanceerd • Joint projects with academic groups were setup to develop new technology •
  9. 9. From research to commercial equipment PCT/2006/010299/EP2086684
  10. 10. New opportunities: Quantum dot applications QD Sector examples Biomedical Electronics Optoelectronics In Vivo imaging Transistors QDLED displays Optics Energy Security Laser Solar panels Tracing methods
  11. 11. New opportunities: PET tracer synthesis DC F F 11:00 15:00 17:00 13:00 D C F DC Cyclotron FlowSafe Injection PET‐scanner PET‐image 1 2 3 4 5 15 2 3 4
  12. 12. Chemistry-related companies in Nijmegen IMM Institute for Molecules and Materials NCMLS Nijmegen Centre for Molecular Life Sciences DI-BCB Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behavior Nijmegen Centre for Clinical & Translational Medical Research Radboud Translational Medicine tf2 devices
  13. 13. Key success factors • Basis of high quality, challenging – curiosity-driven – science • Awareness of the societal and commercial potential of scientific research and inventions • Entrepreneurial researchers to develop these scientific inventions into commercial products (the actual innovation) • Attention to entrepreneurship in academic degree programs and PhD-programs – Create awareness among students in Bachelor- and Master-programs – MSc- and PhD-students realize that it is a viable possibility to start their own company – Strong stimulus provided by peers - ‘zien ondernemen is doen ondernemen’ 13
  14. 14. KplusV organisatieadvies, verschil zien verschil maken De visie van het Topteam Chemie werkgroep ‘Ondernemerschap en de Regio’
  15. 15. KplusV organisatieadvies, verschil zien verschil maken De visie op nieuwe bedrijvigheid ? + = faciliteiten ondernemer(schap) financiering bedrijfsvoering
  16. 16. KplusV organisatieadvies, verschil zien verschil maken Team Bert-Jan Lommerts & Arie Brouwer // Makelen en schakelen netwerk topsector // Ontsluiten financieringsmogelijkheden // Ondersteuning bij bedrijfsvoering Aandachtsvelden stuurgroep ‘O&R’ Team Floris Rutjes & Nelo Emerencia // Thematisch ingestoken, fysieke locaties voor jonge, innovatieve bedrijven // Coördinatiefunctie: netwerk van locaties
  17. 17. KplusV organisatieadvies, verschil zien verschil maken KIEM START ONTWIKKEL GROEI CONSOLIDATIE innovatie proces 1 Positionering in het innovatie proces 100
  18. 18. KplusV organisatieadvies, verschil zien verschil maken Onderscheid tussen iLAB en COCi-locatie schrijven v/h business plan subsidie overzicht zuurkast iLAB advies over de groeistrategie training van het ondernemerschap contact met financiers Pilotschaal COCi inrichting van personeelsbestand
  19. 19. KplusV organisatieadvies, verschil zien verschil maken + + Operationeel In ontwikkeling Kennismaking Stand van zaken: iLABs en COCi-locaties Opening gepland
  20. 20. iLAB COCi iLAB (i.o.) COCi (i.o.) tandem LEGENDA LOCATIES iLABs -Nijmegen -Eindhoven -Amsterdam -Delft (ond. Biotech Campus) -Zwolle (ond. Green PAC) -Wageningen (per 10-4) -Utrecht (i.o.) -Groningen (i.o) -Leiden (i.o) -Enschede (i.o) COCi-locaties -Chemelot -Plant One -Green Chemistry Campus -Delft (ond. Biotech Campus) -Emmen (ond. Green PAC)
  21. 21. KplusV organisatieadvies, verschil zien verschil maken Toekomst van iLABS en COCi locaties • Sterk interactief netwerk van iLABS en COCi locaties, nauw verbonden met TopchemieΔ • Regelmatige bijeenkomsten, uitwisseling ervaringen • Nauwe samenwerking tussen specifieke iLABs en COCi’s • Sterkere link naar HBO • Aansluiting bij gevestigde industrieën • Monitoren van activiteiten en voortgang op elke locatie om kwaliteit van het label te waarborgen • Sterkere links naar andere topsectoren, met name LSH, Agri/Food, HTSM en Energie • Verduurzamen van iLAB/COCi netwerk als zelfstandig opererende valorisatiemotor