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Universitet och högskolor som professionella samverkanspartners SNITTS INNOVATION BY COLLABORATION Sep 9, 2016 Fredrik Hörstedt Vicerektor för nyttiggörande FOR A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE Our vision is allowed

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Universitet och högskolor som professionella samverkanspartners SNITTS INNOVATION BY COLLABORATION Sep 9, 2016 Fredrik Hörstedt Vicerektor för nyttiggörande FOR A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE Our vision is allowed to permeate all activity within the fields of research, education and innovation The goal is to develop technical solutions that are needed to create a sustainable future Image: Volvo CHALMERS LONG TERM GOAL FOR UTILISATION To be the most attractive university partner to industry and society 9/12/2016 Chalmers University of Technology 3 THE MOST ATTRACTIVE UNIVERSITY PARTNER First choice research and education partner Sought-after skills partner that offers sought-after students and relevant education for working professionals Sought-after technology development partner via our own and external research institutions World-leading in creating research and knowledge-based enterprises Highly valued adviser to decision-makers and have clear influence on the public debate through communication and opinion building Image: Volvo Two-sided innovation eco system: increasing societal impact AND supporting researchers Chalmers University of Technology Chalmers Industriteknik Chalmers Professional Education Chalmers Ventures Lindholmen Science Park Johanneberg Science Park Sahlgrenska Science Park Wholly owned subsidiaries and controlled foundations Minority-owned subsidiaries Collaboration and support at the core Boost research and industry impact Develop and disseminate best practice Contribute to make Chalmers the most attractive university partner to industry and society A centre focused on the utilization of graphene research at Chalmers 1. Making knowledge freely available to build up the public domain 2. Developing and transferring solutions to industry needs - University publications - Research-based education -Popular science and dissemination initiatives - Technology-based start-ups, joint ventures - License relationships Graphene Centre Intellectual Asset Management - Contract R&D projects -Public-private collaboration results claimed by industry -Sharing knowledge in specific groups - Maintaining control over use 3. Packaging knowledge as new ventures or innovations 4. Making knowledge broadly available under controlled forms Elaboration on Petrusson, U. (2015), Research Utilization, Tre Böcker Förlag Intellectual asset framework enables a high-resolution view of knowledge and research results Intellectual Assets Data Knowledge Databases Data correlations Theoretical frameworks Technical solutions Instructions Visualizations Distinct Communicable Transactionable Sample intellectual assets Intellectual Assets ID Title Description Category TA-01 A nonlinear phononic system consisting of an atomically thin and periodically pinned membrane A nonlinear phononic system consisting of an atomically thin and periodically pinned membrane, in which vacancies in the pinning lattice supports the creation of individually accessible and tunable phononic modes and phononic crystals. The system is characterized by its ability to tune frequencies and couplings by applying external forces. Technical solution Intellectual Assets Data Databases Data correlations Theoretical frameworks TA-02 A scheme to determine the mass and position of a particle using the nonlinear response of a 2D NEMS resonator A scheme to simultaneously determine the mass and position of a particle using the nonlinear response of a 2D NEMS resonator (a vibrating graphene membrane) by exploiting the interaction between vibration modes to make information about higher modes available at the fundamental frequency. The scheme only requires measurements in a single narrow frequency band centered at the fundamental mode resonance. Theoretical framework Technical solutions Instructions VIsualizations Sample IAs for illustrative purposes. A portfolio consists of several assets. Knowledge and results in the graphene field at Chalmers Graphene Centre Intellectual Asset Management: Way of working External landscaping Results/ Portfolio management Utilization support STI Roadmap Understand the graphene research, market, IP landscape Capture and assess Chalmers graphene portfolio Continuous utilization support to research groups Long term plan for Chalmers positioning of graphene research and utilization Bottom-up synthesis Top-down synthesis Example: European graphene landscape number of identified research actors Graphene material manufacturing and characterization Graphene material application Synthesis Separation/ transfer Functionalization Postprocessing Characterization/ modelling Graphene functional materials Energy generation and storage Electronics Biotech and health Environmental remediation Detection/ Monitoring Dry exfoliation Organic/polymer functionalization Separation/ extraction Masking/ patterning Structural Surface enhancements Energy generation and distribution Optoelectronics Photothermal therapy Adsorption/ Purification Contact Liquid phase exfoliation Macromolecule functionalization SBS Cleaning/ purification Chemical Functional composites Photovoltaics Printed/flexible electronics Bioimaging Graphene photocatalysts Chemical Graphene Nanoparticle oxide reduction functionalization DGU Electrical Mechanically/ Structurally Energy transmission High speed electronics Tissue engineering and regenerative medicine Gas phase separation Mass/force/ stress Nanotube unzipping Transfer/ placement Biological Thermally Energy storage Spintronics Drug and gene delivery Filtration Non-contact Chemical vapor deposition (CVD) Foil/film transfer Optical Chemically Batteries Optical Atomic layer deposition (ALD) Dispersion/ink placement Magnetic Electrically Capacitors Magnetic Epitaxial growth (MBE) Optically Fuel cells Radiation SiC growth Magnetically Thermoelectric devices Chemical synthesis Other synthesis methods Legend: Number of identified actors with research in the technology field None found Example: Tailored external analyses to support specific utilization efforts Graphene (2D) material manufacturing, characterization and modelling Synthesis Functional-ization Separation/ transfer Post-processing Characterization/ modelling Dry exfoliation Organic/polymer functionalization Separation/ extraction Masking/ patterning Structural Liquid phase exfoliation Macromolecule functionalization SBS Cleaning/ purification Chemical Graphene oxide reduction Nanoparticle functionalization DGU Electrical Nanotube unzipping Transfer/ placement Biological CVD Foil/film transfer Optical Atomic layer deposition (ALD) Dispersion/ink placement Magnetic Epitaxial growth (MBE) SiC growth Chemical synthesis Other synthesis methods Portfolio build-up 200 assets # Assets mapped Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Asset capture work process Bottom-up synthesis Top-down synthesis Areas of research strength in Chalmers GRM portfolio Graphene (2D) material manufacturing, characterization and modelling Graphene (2D) material application Synthesis Functionalization Separation/ transfer Postprocessing Characterization/ modelling Graphene functional materials Energy generation and storage Electronics Biotech and health Environmental remediation Detection/ Monitoring Dry exfoliation Organic/polymer functionalization Separation/ extraction Masking/ patterning Structural Surface enhancements Energy generation and distribution Optoelectronics Photothermal therapy Adsorption/ Purification Contact Liquid phase exfoliation Macromolecule functionalization SBS Cleaning/ purification Chemical Functional composites Photovoltaics Printed/flexible electronics Bioimaging Graphene photocatalysts Chemical Graphene oxide reduction Nanoparticle functionalization DGU Electrical Mechanically/ Structurally Energy transmission High speed electronics Tissue eng. and regen.medicine Gas phase separation Mass/force/ stress Nanotube unzipping Transfer/ placement Biological Thermally Energy storage Spintronics Drug and gene delivery Filtration Non-contact CVD Foil/film transfer Optical Chemically Batteries Optical ALD Dispersion/ink placement Magnetic Electrically Capacitors Magnetic Epitaxial growth (MBE) Optically Fuel cells Radiation SiC growth Magnetically Thermoelectric devices Chemical synthesis Other synthesis methods Assessment of IA portfolios Potential for research and utilization Anonymized portfolio. For illustrative purposes only. LOW Potential for Industry collaboration HIGH TA-16 TA-12 TA-05 TA-13 TA-20 Assessment of IA portfolios TA-19 TA-02 TA-17 TA-15 TA-01 TA-04 TA-09 TA-06 TA-10 TA-18 TA-14 TA-07 Potential for industry collaboration, licensing and venture creation TA-11 TA-03 TA-08 LOW Potential for Licensing/Venture creation Size: Development level Color: Overall control HIGH Anonymized portfolio. For illustrative purposes only. Example: Utilization support activities ID Title Published Industry collaboration Licensing / venturing Development status Control (IPR/Secrecy) Comment TA-01 A method of manufacturing epitaxial graphene Published No reasons Strong reasons Usable, improvements possible Patent granted TA-02 A novel graphene material Strong reasons Explicitly stated interest Few reasons Usable, improvements possible Secret (potentially patentable) Determine if IA should be included as background in consortium ABC Identify CSF and potential licensees for market validation ( Graphene Centre + researchers) Evaluate patentability with Chalmers Innovation Office TA-07 A functionalization of graphene for heat transfer Strong reasons Explicitly stated interest No reasons Conceptual, significant dev. needed Secret (potentially patentable) Delay publication until patentability search performed Evaluate funding of demonstrator (SSF funding) Some outcomes so far Number of active research utilization cases: 15 Strategic overview of Chalmers Graphene research - Science, Technology and Innovation Roadmap as a basis for strategic positioning, lobbying, consortia forming etc Tactical handling of research results in relation to industry collaborations (background/foreground/sideground) Identification and pro-active patenting / licensing Re-directed research towards high impact areas Identified collaboration opportunities across Chalmers research departments Efficient collaboration with the innovation system (innovation office, venturing, licensing, etc) Feedback from researchers The XY-plot is a great way to learn about ourselves and the research results that we have generated. We did not intuitively know that assets TA-.., TA-.., and TA-.. where the most important ones going forward. This will be very useful also in external communication. We are open to sharing our assets with other researchers at Chalmers. We are open for all types of collaborations and potential utilization of the portfolio. It is really important that people within Chalmers understand what others are doing. This methodology is a good approach to support this objective It was very interesting to see how industrial actors use the technology we are researching. Often times researchers may not know what it is the industry actually wants. The process was very efficient and did not take more time than what was communicated. We are happy to continue with next follow-up meeting in October. Thank you for your attention!
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