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Paradigm Shift in Research and Education

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Paradigm Shift in Research and Education

  1. 1. Paradigm Shift in Research and Education CRDC’s University-Industry Link Network Virach Sornlertlamvanich Sirindhorn International Institute of Technology (SIIT), Thammasat University virach@siit.tu.ac.th Tokyo Tech-NSTDA Industry-Academia Collaboration Symposium, 6 March 2017
  2. 2. Lesson Learned from the Past Research Strategy Many successes in Research, but very few can be Commercialized. WHY? The key is Problem Setting - What topics that can serve both Research interest and Industrial needs? - How the Research topics can be realized for Industrial needs? - How the Industrial needs can be interpreted to Research interest? Boost up Research and Innovation Tokyo Tech-NSTDA Industry-Academia Collaboration Symposium, 6 March 2017
  3. 3. Issues • Mismatch between research interest and industrial needs • Unmatched skill sets • Research vs. Development • Prototyping vs. Production • Proving vs. Operating • Lack of proper business model for the research i.e. licensing, pricing, etc. • Lack of experience of supporting team, PI, PM, PC, etc. Resulting in “On the shelf” vs. “Off the shelf” research Tokyo Tech-NSTDA Industry-Academia Collaboration Symposium, 6 March 2017
  4. 4. R&D 1.0 R&D Industry R&D 2.0 R&D Industry R&D 3.0 R&D Industry R&D 4.0 R&D Industry Research Industry Result Output oriented Technology sourcing Useless - Market oriented - High price - Requirement unmatched - High cost - Discontinuous dev. and service - Re-development - Not ready to use - Unusable research Targeted budget Cost reduction Development only - Development oriented - Lots of fund - Avoid internal research - Fund acquirement - Superficial dev - Low research work Co-research Research privilege R&I value added - TM - STEM - Incubation center - Co-proposal - Save cost - Tax exemption - STI product - High value product Research Business No collaboration - Researcher driven - Market driven - OEM - On the shelf - No R&D product (expecting)
  5. 5. R&D 1.0 R&D Industry R&D 2.0 R&D Industry R&D 3.0 R&D Industry R&D 4.0 R&D Industry Research Industry Result Output oriented Technology sourcing Useless - Market oriented - High price - Requirement unmatched - High cost - Discontinuous dev. and service - Re-development - Not ready to use - Unusable research Targeted budget Cost reduction Development only - Development oriented - Lots of fund - Avoid internal research - Fund acquirement - Superficial dev - Low research work Co-research Research privilege Share cost - TM - STEM - Incubation center - Co-proposal - Save cost - Tax exemption - Superficial proposal - Impractical Research Business No collaboration - Researcher driven - Market driven - OEM - On the shelf - No R&D product (probably)R&D 4.0 R&D Industry
  6. 6. Issue 1: Human Capacity Unmatched Tokyo Tech-NSTDA Industry-Academia Collaboration Symposium, 6 March 2017
  7. 7. Campus Connect --An Infosys Initiative-- • University connect • Finishing school (U-I joint design program) • Soft skills • English, business process, teamwork • Generic stream • Computer fundamental • Specific stream • Advance in .Net, C#, PHP, Flex; and project assignment • Advance in IT Project Management, CMS / Web Applications, Data Warehouse Why don’t we adopt Finishing school in an earlier stage? Tokyo Tech-NSTDA Industry-Academia Collaboration Symposium, 6 March 2017
  8. 8. Issue 2: Attracting Industry Funds Tokyo Tech-NSTDA Industry-Academia Collaboration Symposium, 6 March 2017
  9. 9. The world’s top universities for attracting industry funding Times Higher Education World University Rankings data reveal the 20 best institutions based on private-sector investment per academic March 3, 2016 ≈ 1m Baht Average industry income per academic by country ≈ 7m Baht Tokyo Tech-NSTDA Industry-Academia Collaboration Symposium, 6 March 2017
  10. 10. Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures unit:- “We have a business school with a course called ‘Discovery to Market’, where students learn how to bring a product to the market,” she said. “As a university, we are very focused on student experience, and in addition to being able to work in some of the most world-renowned labs they can also contribute through internships and are exposed to entrepreneurship.” 9m Baht 14m Baht 5m Baht Tokyo Tech-NSTDA Industry-Academia Collaboration Symposium, 6 March 2017
  11. 11. Critical Factors for Success in University- Industry Research Projects Ana M. Bernardos Barbolla* and José R. Casar Corredera ETSI Telecomunicación, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain.Tokyo Tech-NSTDA Industry-Academia Collaboration Symposium, 6 March 2017
  12. 12. Tokyo Tech-NSTDA Industry-Academia Collaboration Symposium, 6 March 2017
  13. 13. Challenge: CRDC’s University-Industry Link Tokyo Tech-NSTDA Industry-Academia Collaboration Symposium, 6 March 2017
  14. 14. Model 1: Require and Deliverable University Industryrequire Research Innovation Market Researcher RA deliverable Publication Patent Prototype Research Innovation Graduate Revenue deliverable Product Business Patent Revenue Tokyo Tech-NSTDA Industry-Academia Collaboration Symposium, 6 March 2017
  15. 15. Model 1: Require and Deliverable University Industryrequire Research Innovation Market Researcher RA deliverable Publication Patent Prototype Research Innovation Graduate Revenue deliverable Product Business Patent Revenue Non-STI product Unused research Research and Industry Mismatch Problems Problem is not that the research is not good, or researchers do not perform, but it is the problem of research authorities who do not know how to make use of it. Tokyo Tech-NSTDA Industry-Academia Collaboration Symposium, 6 March 2017
  16. 16. Require and Provide University Industryrequire Budget Equipment Topic provide Research Innovation Consultancy Network Research RA provide Outsource Equipment Topic Staff require Research Innovation Market Researcher RA deliverable Publication Patent Prototype Research Innovation Graduate Revenue deliverable Product Business Patent Revenue Tokyo Tech-NSTDA Industry-Academia Collaboration Symposium, 6 March 2017
  17. 17. CRDC-SIIT Center for Research and Development Collaboration @SIIT Collaboration with Industrial Sector for Practical Research Projects Tokyo Tech-NSTDA Industry-Academia Collaboration Symposium, 6 March 2017
  18. 18. CRDC-SIIT • Benefits • To conduct co-R&D with SIIT faculty and co-supervision of grad research project • To get access to SIIT allocated facilities and working space • To get access to SIIT faculties and grad students • To obtain support of SIIT faculties and grad students under the government supporting scheme such as Talent Mobility program, TRF, NIA, etc. • To obtain support of information and market survey under the collaboration program Tokyo Tech-NSTDA Industry-Academia Collaboration Symposium, 6 March 2017
  19. 19. CRDC-SIIT as a Role of Catalyst Tokyo Tech-NSTDA Industry-Academia Collaboration Symposium, 6 March 2017 • Business CEO • Investor • Policy execution • Funding agency • Co-research space • Course work • Seminar, training • Faculty member • Researcher Professional network Innovation hub Potential business partner Public agency, Policy support
  20. 20. CRDC-SIIT (Center for Research and Development Cooperation) CRDC-SIIT (Center for Industrial Research Cooperation) Japan - Industry Thailand - University Thailand - Industry STI, MOST technology support research personnel, topic market, needs Thai STI, MOST Supporting Scheme FOMM (EV) LEXER (Simulator) AIVS (Elderly care technology) DHA Siamwalla Banphaeo Hospital Sawangkanives Tokyo Tech-NSTDA Industry-Academia Collaboration Symposium, 6 March 2017 Atomo Yukimune, RZP
  21. 21. GD.FINDI (Production Line Simulator) • J Industry:LEXER • T Industry:DHAS、TPA • Univ.:SIIT, TNI Seminar ConsultancyR&D Education Business MAT2016 Tokyo Tech-NSTDA Industry-Academia Collaboration Symposium, 6 March 2017
  22. 22. Compact EV • J Industry:FOMM • T Industry:Bangchak • Univ.:SIIT Evaluation R&D Business Thai PBS 2016/1/31 Tokyo Tech-NSTDA Industry-Academia Collaboration Symposium, 6 March 2017
  23. 23. MOU Signing Ceremony SIIT – FOMM – Bangchak Tokyo Tech-NSTDA Industry-Academia Collaboration Symposium, 6 March 2017
  24. 24. SIIT EV Driver Assist 122:03:00:00:81:07:29:07:FF:F1 513:1D:1E:02:00:57:9D:9E:00 123:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00 503:E0:02:5A:0C:00:00:00:10 123:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00 504:98:02:65:0C:00:00:00:90 123:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00 501:9D:02:6E:0C:00:00:00:D0 123:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00 501:8D:02:6E:0C:00:00:00:50 111:2A:8F:0B:9A:03:00:28:02 502:D0:02:6C:0C:00:00:00:D0 215:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00 CAN1 & 2 ISO11989.2 CORE Bluetooth built in IOS Device DECODER Tracking Distance Display on IOS Device SIIT EV IOS application (calculated) - Power Consumption - Battery Remain and Distance Range - Distance (km) - Cost EV vs Gasoline (Baht) - CO2 Emission EV vs Gasoline (kg) GPS Data from FOMM EV - Battery Level - Electric Current & Voltage - Speed Wheel Rotation Drive Trip Drive Summary To improve accuracy
  25. 25. Mimamori System (Elderly Caretaking Support System) • J Industry:AIVS • T Industry:Banphaeo Hospital, Sawangkanives • Univ.:SIIT Evaluation R&D Business Tokyo Tech-NSTDA Industry-Academia Collaboration Symposium, 6 March 2017
  26. 26. Kickoff Ceremony Banphaeo H. – Sawangkanives – AIVS - JICA 25 July 2016, Banphaeo Hospital Tokyo Tech-NSTDA Industry-Academia Collaboration Symposium, 6 March 2017
  27. 27. Bed Posture Classification by Neural Network and Bayesian Network Tokyo Tech-NSTDA Industry-Academia Collaboration Symposium, 6 March 2017 Target class Out of bed 94.1 5.9 0.0 0.0 0.0 output Sitting 4.3 93.7 0.2 1.7 0.1 Lying down 0.0 0.9 95.4 1.1 2.7 Lying left 0.0 0.1 0.5 99.3 0.1 Lying right 0.0 11.1 13.9 0.0 75.0 Outofbed Sitting Lyingdown Lyingleft Lyingright Pl Wl Pr Wr O S L LL LR Sensor Posture
  28. 28. Car Sharing and Driving Behavior Analysis • T Industry:Haup Car • Univ.:SIIT Consult R&D Market survey Tokyo Tech-NSTDA Industry-Academia Collaboration Symposium, 6 March 2017
  29. 29. Tokyo Tech-NSTDA Industry-Academia Collaboration Symposium, 6 March 2017
  30. 30. Rental working space • 5 rooms available • About 20 sq.m./room • Rental fee 275x20=5,500 Baht/month/room (excluding electricity charge) • Contract 1 year basis (renewable up to 2 years or more) • Deposit of two month rental feeTokyo Tech-NSTDA Industry-Academia Collaboration Symposium, 6 March 2017
  31. 31. Tokyo Tech-NSTDA Industry-Academia Collaboration Symposium, 6 March 2017
  32. 32. Consult • Problem setting • Technology consult and R&D viability study • SIIT faculties and grad students team finding Contract • SIIT faculties and grad students team setting • CRDC-SIIT application • Pre-lab rental contract Conduct • Pre-lab setup • R&D with SIIT faculties and grad students • Product test and evaluation Conclude • Product release • Patent filing and research publication • Lab establishment Application to CRDC-SIIT Tokyo Tech-NSTDA Industry-Academia Collaboration Symposium, 6 March 2017
  33. 33. What’s next? • Technology Licensing Office (TLO) • Serves both SIIT Inventor and Industry • Strategically conducts • Patent filing, DRM, IP management • Open innovation • Business Innovation Hub • Investment judgement • Business hedging • Spin-off • SIIT Inc. • R-D-E-O services • Professional bidder, task management • Coordinator • Alumni • Research University Network (RUN) • 7+1 Universities • 9 Clusters Off-the-shelf Tokyo Tech-NSTDA Industry-Academia Collaboration Symposium, 6 March 2017
  34. 34. Summary 1/2 • Lesson learned from the past research strategy • Mismatch between research interest and industrial needs • Unmatched skill sets • Lack of proper business model for the research i.e. licensing, pricing, etc. • Lack of experience of supporting team, PI, PM, PC, etc. • Critical factors for success in university-industry research projects • Technology • Corporate usefulness • Corporate capacity • Corporate confidence Tokyo Tech-NSTDA Industry-Academia Collaboration Symposium, 6 March 2017
  35. 35. Summary 2/2 • Challenge in CRDC’s University-Industry Link • Require and deliverable model • Require and provide model • CRDC-SIIT as a role of catalyst • Professional network • Innovation hub • Potential business partner • Public agency and policy support • Win-win university-industry collaboration • Research faculty • Market potential • STI value added product • Research facility • Capacity building • Research publication Tokyo Tech-NSTDA Industry-Academia Collaboration Symposium, 6 March 2017

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