San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Design for Technology Transfer (D4TT): a one-day course for Technology Transfer professionals
This is an interactive, one-day course designed for Technology Transfer professionals, providing you with a practical and thorough understanding of how you can utilise design to accelerate the commercialisation of your projects.
Drawing directly upon your own projects as a reference, you will be taken through some critical design methods that can quickly be applied to your research portfolio.
Developed and delivered by the Design Council in partnership with the University of Nottingham, the course brings together insights from both the university and commercial sectors which can be applied to a wide range of challenges.
Following attendance on the course, delegates will be able to:
- Understand the role of design in technology transfer and how they can benefit;
- Use design management tools and techniques which can add value to their own portfolio of projects;
- Determine what can be achieved in-house and what can be achieved by drawing on professional design support through case studies drawn from other Technology Transfer Offices;
- Understand how to access and manage services from external design agencies to support the successful commercialisation of technology transfer projects;
- Apply what they have learned to projects after the session using a specially-designed practical toolkit which will be given to each delegate at the end of the day.
The development of this new course has been made possible by the Intellectual Property Office ‘Fast Forward’ competition.
This event is limited to 15 attendees.
Design Associate Neil Gridley
Dr George Rice, Manager, Technology Demonstrator, University of Nottingham
For more information please contact:
020 7420 5275
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