10. ITTC CONFERENCE SUCCESSFULLY CONCLUDED
10th International technology transfer conference – 10.ITTC, organized by the Center for Technology Transfer and Innovation at the Jožef Stefan Institute, was successfully concluded with presenting of the awards to the winners of the best innovation from the Public research organizations in 2017.
The prize of EUR 2,500 for the best innovation was awarded to Luka Suhadolnik and Prof. Dr. Miran Čeh and their team from the Department of Nanostructured Materials at the IJS, for their solution “PurAir”.
The conference was attended by more than 100 visitors who had the opportunity to listen to excellent lectures.
Center for Technology Transfer and Innovation at the Jožef Stefan Institute would like to take this opportunity and thank the Department of Intelligent Systems at the Jožef Stefan Institute, the main organizer of the Multiconference Information Society 2017 and the entire organizational committee.
Thank you very much and sincere congratulations!
KETGATE REGIONAL WORKSHOP
INNOVATION PITFALLS AND SUCCESS STORIES
Between 25th of September and 13th of October 2017, Center for Technology Transfer and Innovation at the Jožef Stefan Institute will, in the scope of the Information Society 2017 multiconference, organize the 10th International Technology Transfer Conference.
This year’s conference will tackle the following issues:
More topics will be published soon!
CONFERENCE PRIZE FOR THE BEST INNOVATIONS IN 2017
At the conference, a special prize for innovations from public research organizations will be awarded. The emphasis of the competition is on presentation of business propositions in front of the evaluation commission, which is constituted of investors and technology commercialization experts. The commission members will evaluate the commercial potential of the presented innovative technologies and will award the technology with the highest commercial potential a monetary prize in the amount of 2500 EUR! Participate
INTERNATIONAL BROKERAGE EVENT: R2B MEETINGS
In the course of the conference, pre-scheduled R2B (Research-to-Business) meetings will take place, allowing the representatives of companies and research institutions to discuss possible development solutions, inventions and commercially interesting technologies. Such meetings present an excellent basis for possible future research cooperation and business synergies. Last year, more than 150 researchers, business executives and entrepreneurs attended the partnering event.