As a part of the “E3M: European Indicators and Ranking Methodology for University Third Mission” project, on Friday, 13th May 2011 Dublin Institute of Technology, one of the project partners, is organising a half-day seminar that aims to explore Technology Transfer and Innovation (TTI) as one of the strands of the University’s Third Mission. A set of TTI indicators identified during the project will be introduced and participants will be asked to discuss them in the broader policy context during group discussions.The seminar is aimed at higher education institutions, policy makers, government agencies, industry representatives, researchers and networks focusing on Technology Transfer and Innovation.
Monday, 18 April 2011
POLICY SEMINAR: Measuring the university’s Third Mission: Indicators for Technology Transfer and Innovation activities
The event will consist of two parts. The first part will kick off with the introduction of the E3M project by Dr Mike Murphy. Next Dermot Coughlan from the University of Limerick will provide an overview of Technology Transfer as Universities' Third Mission. The first session will finish with the presentation of the Indicators for Measuring Technology Transfer and Innovation, which have been identified in the Delphi process carried out in the E3M project. The second session will involve group discussions on the indicators presented in the broader context of higher education policy.
For more information about this event please email Ela Krawczyk at email@example.com.