Milestones | Center for Technology Transfer and Innovation at the Jožef Stefan Institute

 

2015
Three JSI’s spin-out companies are ranked in the top 10 at the Start:up Slovenia competition
2014
The new Rules on the procedure for acquisition of employment related inventions are adopted at JSI on CTT’s initiative; the new Rules specifically emphasize the role of CTT
2013
Consortium for technology transfer (KTT) is established on CTT’s initiative
2011
Center for Technology Transfer and Innovation is established as an independent internal unit within JSI, on the initiative of the Communication and Technology Transfer sub-unit
2010
First JSI’s spin-out company is established in accordance with the new Procedure for establishing spin-out companies at the Jožef Stefan Institute
2010
Commission for JSI’s spin-out/off companies is established, a part of which is also Center for Technology Transfer and Innovation
2009
The first funding of technology transfer offices’ activites is instituted by the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology; the funding was repeated (through the same Ministry or the Ministry of Economic Development and Technology) in the years 2010, 2011, 2013 and 2014
2009
The Communication and Technology Transfer sub-unit is established at JSI
2008
Technology Transfer Office successfully organizes the first international technology transfer conference
2007
Technology Transfer Office organizes the first Open Day at JSI, in the execution of which all the Institute’s departments participate equally
1998
The first Rules on the procedure for acquisition of employment related inventions, created in the course of employment at the Jožef Stefan Institute, and on the awards to be paid to the inventors for exploitation of their inventions, are adopted at JSI
1996
The Technology Transfer Office is established as a part of JSI’s management (U9)