We invite our Australian community to join this early gathering for updates on UIIN events, training and research activities as well as institutional development programs and consultancy services – specifically tailored to the Australian audience. This session also provides the opportunity to put forward ideas and requests to support you the best way possible inthecreationandorganisation of future UIIN initiatives.
8:00 – 8:45
UIIN INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS
Join this information session (identical to the 5:30pm session) to learn more about the second cohort of the UIIN Institutional Development Programs starting in September 2021.
Hear from both university and industry experts on their approach towards strategic partnerships with large and medium-sized industry and societal stakeholders
John Szabo | Director (Acting), Corporate Relations at University of Technology Sydney
Natalie Forde | Director Business Development at the University of Adelaide
Natascha Eckert | Head of SIEMENS University Relations
Outi Toijala | Head of Corporate Relations at Aalto University
10:30 – 11:00
11:00 – 12:30
ROOM 1 – RESEARCH
Knowledge Transfer and Engagement Professionals: The Role of Boundary Spanning Agents
Boundary crossing between corporate and academic research to co-create new value – Rafal Dudkowski – Read more
What impedes a successful Third Mission? Identifying and avoiding the main barriers in transdisciplinary cooperation– Kerstin Kurzhals, Katrin Uude – Read more
Nurturing Collaboration? A Skill Set for University-Industry Collaboration Champions – Keyao Li, Mark Griffin – Read more
ROOM 2 – PRACTICE
Engaged and Entrepreneurial Universities: The Future of Higher Education
External stakeholders and collaboration – enriching viewpoints on the quality systems of higher education institutions– Johan Blaus, Anna Kiessling, Jan Axelsson, Mats Danielson – Read more
Improving the entrepreneurial capacity of and engagement in Higher Education Institutes (HEI) through self-assessment– Annmarie McHugh – Read more
Bridging enterprise and engagement: introducing three new tools for universities– James Ransom, Ceri Nursaw – Read more
12:30 – 13:00
ROOM 1 – PRACTICE
Pathway to impact: Managing and measuring external engagement
The roadmap: a tool for an active strategic university-industry partnership – Elisabetta Marano – Read more
Moving Beyond Traditional Measures – Lessons from Evaluating Collaborative Initiatives at Lund University – Emily Wise, Carin Nilsson, Pia Romare, Lisa Thelin – Read more
Structures, Processes and Methods for Collaboration with Stakeholders on Relevance Assessment of Higher Education – Johan Blaus, Per Fagrell, Anna Fahlgren, Svante Gunnarsson, Anna Kiessling – Read more
13:00 – 14:00
ROOM 2 – PRACTICE
The University as a Talent-Engine & Life Partner: Supporting Students and Lifelong Learners
Women Entrepreneurship and Leadership in Higher Education: Achieving Synergies among research, teaching and knowledge transfer – Iulia Stroila, Sue Rossano-Rivero, Elina Isakova – Read more
Gamification of Entrepreneurial Education – an Engaged University Initiative – Elizabeth Conradie – Read more
UNLOCK: Entrepreneurial education through game-based learning at higher education – Alexandra Zinovyeva – Read more
ROOM 3 – PRACTICE
How to foster and measure university-industry collaboration, in general and in the light of the UN Sustainable Development Goals
Presented by Tomasz Asmussen, Zsofia Buttel, Hamish McAlpine and Arash Hajikhani – Read more
14:15 – 15:45
ROOM 1 – RESEARCH
Structures and Mechanisms Supporting University-Industry Cooperation
Research and Innovation projects geared for addressing Grand Challenges – Efrosyni Konstantinou, Kimberly Cornfield – Read more
Leveraging Negative Research Outcomes to Advance Innovation: A Benefit-Sharing Platform to Support University-Industry Collaborations – Helen Yu – Read more
ROOM 2 – CASE STUDIES
Regional engagement: The University as a Home-Base and Entrepreneurship Catalyst
“4GUNE” the Basque University Cluster for Engineering, Science and Technology: a growing innovation ecosystem fostering – Ruth Mayoral, Igor Campillo, Miren Artaraz – Read more
Fostering industry – university collaboration in innovation ecosystems – Sebastian Dreßen, Ilaria Carrara Cagni – Read more
15:45 – 16:15
AWARD & CLOSING CEREMONY
Presenting the 2021 Awards around excellent research, best practices and case studies in university-industry interaction.
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