Generating commercial impact from your research: why should you do it?
|Dates:||25 June 2021|
|Times:||13:00 - 14:00|
|What is it:||Webinar|
|Organiser:||Masood Entrepreneurship Centre|
|Who is it for:||University staff, Current University students|
This event is being organised by the Innovation Academy; a new umbrella initiative joint between the Innovation Factory, FSE Business Engagement and Innovation and the Masood Entrepreneurship Centre which has the aim of bringing together knowledge, expertise and routes to facilitate the commercialisation of our research.
The Innovation Academy is organising three events in June and July to support IP commercialisation within the computer science area. These workshops aim to inspire and accelerate the translation of knowledge into products, services or processes to deliver tangible benefit which will also enhance your research capability, profile, reputation and career trajectory. The events are aimed at academics, postdocs and students working and studying in the areas of Digitalisation/AI/Big Data/Open Source software/Cyber Security etc and are being specially tailored with relevant agenda topics and speakers.
This first session will cover the following topics:
Welcome to the Session (Prof Aline Miller, Associate Dean for Business Engagement & Innovation in FSE)
Introduction (Prof Robert Stevens)
How does the commercialization benefit me and my department? (Andrew Wilkinson, CEO, Innovation Factory)
Introduction to Event Programme (Prof Aline Miller, Associate Dean for Business Engagement & Innovation in FSE)
Routes to impact? (Prof Aline Miller, Associate Dean for Business Engagement & Innovation in FSE)
Questions & Challenges
What’s next? (Prof Aline Miller, Associate Dean for Business Engagement & Innovation in FSE)
Travel and Contact Information