The triple helix model (academia, industry, government) can be a key factor to facilitate university-industry interactions. This session shall give examples of systems to foster these partnerships. We shall hear from Belgium, about measures to foster cooperation; from France, about “Common Laboratories”; and from Germany about schemes for collaborative research.
Moderators: Michel Morant, President of LIEU, Belgium
Nedeljko Milosavljevic, Director, Centre for Technology Transfer, University of Belgrade, Serbia
Speakers: Patrick Di Stefano, LIEU, Head of WG Biotech, ULB TTO, Belgium
Wim Van Camp, Chair of TTO Flanders, Belgium
Vincent Lamande, CEO, SATT Quest-Valorisation, France
Alexandros Papaderos, Head of TTO, TU Munich, Germany