Engineer in Society (EE3014) 10 Oct 2008 Sem A

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1 Technology transfer: Bringing Engineering Research and Innovation to Market (focus on the market) 10 October 2008 City University of Hong Kong Engineers in Society (EE3014)
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2 Agenda Technology transfer process Challenges in technology transfer Taking technology to market Technology transfer in Hong Kong Case study
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3 The following readings will help your understanding on the topics discussed today: Textbook Drucker, Peter F, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Run Run Shaw Library: HD2346.U5 D78 1985 / HK Public Library: 338.72 DRU OR Drucker, Peter F, The essential Drucker : selections from the management works of Peter F. Drucker [chapter 11 the New Venture], , HarperCollins, 2001. Run Run Shaw Library: HD31 .D76 2001b / HK Public Library: 658 DRU The reading icon will help your revision on this lecture by referring to the relevant literature. Reading Note
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4 The following readings will help your understanding on the topics discussed today: Reference Allen, Thomas John, Managing the flow of technology : technology transfer and the dissemination of technological information within the R&D organization, MIT Press, 1977 Run Run Shaw Library T174.3 .A44 Run Run Shaw Library HD9696.A3 J3658 Urban, Glen and Hauser, John R., Design and marketing of new products, Prentice Hall, 1993 Run Run Shaw Library HF5415.15 .U7 Kao, Charles K., A choice fulfilled : the business of high technology, Chinese University Press, 1991. Run Run Shaw Library HC79.H53 K36 1991 Mowery, David C. and Rosenberg, Nathan, Technology and the pursuit of economic growth, Cambridge University Press, 1989. Run Run Shaw Library Archive C0020372 Day, George S. and Schoemaker, Paul J.H. with Robert E. Gunther, Wharton on managing emerging technologies, Wiley, 2000. Run Run Shaw Library T49.5 .W49 2000 Allen, Kathleen R., & Taylor, Cyrus C. (2005) Bringing Engineering Research to Market: How Universities, Industry, and Government are Attempting to Solve the Problem, Engineering Management Journal, Sep2005, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p42-48. Run Run Shaw Library e-Resources “Business Source Complete” database Hong Kong The Facts: Innovation and Technology (Nov 2007) http://www.gov.hk/en/about/abouthk/factsheets/docs/technology.pdf Reading Note
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5 Question… What is technology transfer?
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6 What is technology transfer? (1) Technology transfer is the process of:- transferring research into the commercial environment . Wellcome Trust, http://www.wellcome.ac.uk/node7351.html
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7 What is technology transfer? (2) This transfer is necessary to obtain:- the financing; and expertise required to translate research into commercial products .
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What is technology transfer? (3) It involves the generation of intellectual property to protect inventions, which are then suitable for either
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