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Co-location projects - Actors’ experiences with and perceptions of geographical proximity in university-industry collaborations.

Jueves, 19 Abril 2018 - 12:30
Thomas Kjeldager Ryan
Aarhus Universitet

We conduct an exploratory study of industrial and academic actors’ use of and experiences with co-location projects in the context of university-industry interactions. We provide a conceptual framework of university-industry interactions that distinguishes co-location projects from collaboration at a distance, networking and market transactions. We define co-location projects as Research and development projects in which the parties from university and industry collaborate on one or more tasks and where all or a subset of the collaborative tasks are performed in the same physical space.

Why do firms collaborate with local universities?

Jueves, 26 Abril 2018 - 12:00
Rune Dahl Fitjar
University of Stavanger

This paper examines why firms sometimes collaborate locally rather than with higher-quality universities at a distance. Existing research has mostly relied on the localised knowledge spillover, or LKS, model to explain this. This model holds that knowledge transfer across distance is costly, and collaborating locally reduces the risk of information loss when the knowledge is transferred. However, there are various other reasons that could also explain the pattern. If the local university can make a useful contribution, firms might choose to look no further.

Green technologies database - general interest and further applications

Miércoles, 2 Mayo 2018 - 16:00
François Perruchas

Over the last few months we developed a database based on patents to study the evolution of green technologies. In order to make parts of these data available to the general public, we want to create an interactive website that allows users to explore these technologies, where and when they have been developed. We are therefore organizing an informal seminar to gather input from people with prior experience with this type of data.

PhD Days Ingenio 2018

De Jueves, 3 Mayo 2018 - 08:00 hasta Sábado, 5 Mayo 2018 - 15:00

More information available on the conference website.

Seminario Nina Granqvist

Jueves, 17 Mayo 2018 - 12:00
Management Department, Aalto University

(Pendiente de confirmación)

Actors of change for regional renewal: Roles and Characteristics. The case of IoT in Toulouse

Martes, 22 Mayo 2018 - 12:00
Joan Crespo
Universidad de Tolouse

New path creation to diversify the regional economy is acknowledged to be fun- damental processes to achieve sustainable regional development. However, despite the fact that new pathways are not created by disembodied economic forces, the role of the actors involved in new development paths, the so called actors of change, remains understudied. This papers contribute to fill this gap. It offers an analytical framework to characterize different processes of path creation depending on the features of the actors of change involved, and the roles they are playing.

Scientist and students in the construction of entrepreneurial opportunities for technology transfer

Jueves, 14 Junio 2018 - 12:00
Ferran Giones
University of Southern Denmark (SDU)
The involvement of external actors can have a positive impact on the technology transfer efforts of engaged academics. While open and collaborative models for technology transfer are seen as promising alternatives to traditionally closed structures, there are limited insights about the unfolding of these collaboration processes, and on the implications for new technologies commercialization.

Internal Seminar

Miércoles, 27 Junio 2018 - 12:00

Seminario Totti Konnola

Jueves, 27 Septiembre 2018 - 12:00
Totti Konnola

Conferencia ENRESSH

De Miércoles, 18 Septiembre 2019 - 08:00 hasta Viernes, 20 Septiembre 2019 - 20:00