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Wednesday 15th February 2017 ("Workshop & Tour Day")

Time Activity
13:30 - 13:50 Registration
13:50 - 14:00 Welcome by the organisers
14:00 - 15:30 The Entrepreneurial University

Workshop jointly offered by
Science-to-Business Marketing Workshop
(part 1)

University-Business Cooperation Workshop
(part 1)

SME/University Partnership Workshop
(part 1)

15:30 - 16:00 Coffee break
16:00 - 17:30 The Entrepreneurial University

Workshop jointly offered by
Science-to-Business Marketing Workshop
(part 2)

University-Business Cooperation Workshop
(part 2)

SME/University Partnership Workshop
(part 2)

17:30 - 19:30 Pre-conference get-together at Adelaide Oval - Cathedral Room



Sponsored by:



Thursday 16th February 2017 (Conference day 2)

Time Activity
8:30 - 9:00 Conference registration and warm-up coffee
9:00 - 9:15 Welcome address by organisers
9:15 - 10:00 Keynote speaker session

Dr. Helmut Wenisch
Head of Corporate Technology, SIEMENS, Japan
10:00 - 11:00 Business Panel Discussion

Dr Leanna Read
Chief Scientist for South Australia
Stephen Tomisich
CEO and Director, Trajan Scientific and Medical
The panel discussion is sponsored by:



Entrepreneurs’ Programme - Innovation Connections
Sharon Winocur
Executive Director at B/HERT
Kevin Webb
Managing Director, Spring Gully Foods
11:00 - 11:30 Coffee break
 

Track 1

Track 2

Track 3

11:30 - 13:00

Scientific: Entrepreneurial universities and UBC ecosystems

Examining the influence of institutions in entrepreneurial ecosystems: an entrepreneur-resource perspective
Allan O'Connor (The University of Adelaide)

New Governance Models For Entrepreneurial Universities: A Conceptual Framework
Wendy Purcell (Harvard University)

From Helices to Multiverse Theory: Exploring the diversity within entrepreneurial ecosystems
Allan O'Connor (ECIC University of Adelaide), Gerard Reed (ECIC University of Adelaide)

The Future of University Business Cooperation – Research, Practice and Policy
Carolin Plewa (The University of Adelaide), Victoria Gálan-Muros (Science-to-Business Marketing Research Centre & Technopolis Group UK), Todd Davey (Munich Business School)

Practitioner: Building an Innovation Ecosystem

Building Australia's Innovation Ecosystem
Zoe Piper (Data61)

What makes a successful innovation ecosystem?
Nick McNaughton (ANU Connect Ventures)

Entrepreneurs’ Programme - Innovation Connections: what can be said after 3 years of relationship building?
Paul Felici (Department of Industry, Innovation and Science), Damien Halliday (Department of Industry, Innovation and Science)

Building a entrapreneurial and innovative eco system around a university
Aart Boessenkool (University of Johannesburg)

Good practice cases: Regional engagement

The Newcastle Institute For Energy And Resources - Five Years Building A Best Practice Model For University-Industry Engagement
Alan Broadfoot (University of Newcastle)

Swedish universities working together to strengthening capacity for strategic collaboration
Johan Blaus (KTH - Royal Institute of Technology)

13:00 - 14:30

Lunch & Poster/Next-Practice Session

An approach to mutually beneficial university:business engagement
Margaret Hudson (Macquarie University)

How do professionals tackle collaborative innovation projects?
Masaya Onuma (Yokohama National University)

Industry-University Collaboration – developing the models for successful Small to Medium Enterprise (SME) partnering
Lisa McDonald (University of South Australia)

Starting Socially Responsible University-Industry Engagement With Governance: Lessons From A Coal Seam Gas Research Centre
Liz Hardie (University of Queensland)

Engineering Education Development
Sergey Verkhovets (Siberian Federal University)

Building the Australian entrepreneurial ecosystem for seniors
Peter Balan (University of South Australia), Wendy Linidsay (The University of Adelade, ECIC), Noel J. Lindsay (The University of Adelade, ECIC)

14:30 - 16:00

Scientific: University-Industry Partnerships

University-Industy Linkages Status And Impact Analysis In Higher Education Institutions In Malaysia
Nur Naha Abu Mansor (Universiti Teknologi Malaysia)

Initiating relationships between universities and industry: the clinical link
Adrian Tootell (University of Wollongong)

A theoretical view on public-private partnerships in research and innovation in Germany
Knut Koschatzky (Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research)

Trust and distrust in university-industry research collaboration
Beryl Morris (University of Queensland)

Practitioner: Programs and initiatives driving innovation

Innovation & Collaboration Centre – enabling business innovation and growth
Jasmine Vreugdenburg (University of South Australia)

A model: Collaborative university-industry relationships
Jill Penridge (The University of Queensland)

Optimising Organisational Structure For Efficient Industry Engagement
Tim Boyle (ANSTO)

The Defence Science Institute - Taking a Collaborative Sectorial Approach to University-Industry-Government Engagement
Annette McLeod (Defence Science Institute)

Next practice pitches

Novel Technology Transfer Model
Eli Even (Bar Ilan University)

Turning ON Australia’s Science & Technology Accelerator
Liza Noonan (CSIRO)

Canada'S Smart Microgrid Strategic Research Consortium
James Albright (British Columbia Institute of Technology)

CSIRO’s Industrial PhD
Duncan Byrne (CSIRO)

Aligning Vision to actions - Combination of assessments with forward looking and creative approach to build long term capacity for societal Impact through collaboration
Johan Blaus (KTH - Royal Institute of Technology)

Finding solutions between public regulated universities and commercial markets in Denmark
Torben Munk Damgaard (University of Southern Denmark), Anne de Place (University of Southern Denmark), Louise Fenger Kornum (University of Southern Denmark), Trine Tybjerg Holm (University of Southern Denmark)

Research industry engagement training program
Natalie Chapman (gemaker)

16:00 - 16:15 Coffee break
16:15 - 17:15

Practitioner: Models for business engagement and funding

The role of patient capital in commercialisation


Demonstrating Shared Value – Deakin University and Bendigo and Adelaide Bank
David Tudor (Bendigo & Adelaide Bank)

Practitioners: Careers and measurement in Business engagement

The construct of the Index of Higher Education – Business Engagement
Pawel Poszytek (Foundation for the Development of Education System)

Knowledge exchange in the contemporary PhD
Christina Hagger (Primary Health Care Research & Information Service)

World-first career framework for Technology Transfer Practitioners
Alastair Hick (KCA & Monash University)

Good practice cases: Entrepreneurial Universities

Toward becoming an entrepreneurial university
Noel Lindsay (The University of Adelaide), Wendy Lindsay (The University of Adelaide), Gary Hancock (The University of Adelaide)

Transformation isn’t a game we can play alone – Diversity and co-creation as key ingredients to thriving innovation ecosystems
Pauliina Mattila (Swinburne University of Technology)

17:15 - 17:45 Coffee break
17:45 - 18:30 Keynote speaker session

Prof. Saran Kaur Gill
Executive Director of AsiaEngage
19:00 - 24:00 Conference dinner at Windy Point



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Friday 17th February 2017 (Conference day 3)

Time Activity
9:00 - 9:30 Warm-up coffee
09:30 - 10:15 Keynote speaker session

Dr. Robert A. Lieberman
President, Lumoptix LLC
The keynote is sponsored by:
10:15 - 10:45 Coffee break
 

Track 1

Track 2

Track 3

10:45 - 12:15

Good Practice: Partnership Engagement Model

THE LINK: A collaboration between Edith Cowan University and the City of Joondalup to drive innovation within the Northern Corridor of Perth, Western Australia.
Darren Gibson (Edith Cowan University)

Corporate Partner Engagement – an innovative university model for developing enterprising partnerships
Natalie Forde (University of South Australia)

Practitioner: Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Education

The Australian eChallenge: A case of innovation in education
Gary Hancock (The University of Adelaide)

Cooperation Between Industry and Academia - A unique Model and Approach based on Israel as a Start Up Nation
Gad Ravid (Netanya Academic College)

Australian International Education’s 2025 Strategy - competing at scale and working with industry on large scale opportunities.
Nicholas Baker (AusTrade)

The Discovery Panel – An innovative pedagogy for delivering commercialisation outcomes for researchers and start-ups whilst
Todd Davey (Science-to-Business Marketing Research Centre)

Good Practices: University-Business Cooperation Success Stories

The Design of a Nurse Call-Device for Aged-Care for Hills Industries by Industrial Design at the University of South Australia.
Peter Schumacher (University of South Australia), Sandy Walker (Flinders University)

SEE3 project – the international collaboration which created the world’s first true extended wear contact lens
Yvette Waddell (Brien Holden Vision Institute)

12:15 - 13:30

Lunch & Poster/Next-Practice Session

Developing methodological principles for co-creation
Kate Lloyd (Macquarie University)

Research Translation and the role of industry partners
Greg Macpherson (The University of Adelaide)

Smart specialization in the Danube region, building trust through communities of practice between universities and industries
Costin Lianu (USH Probusiness)

Boeing @ UQ
Ian Harris (The University of Queensland)

13:30 - 14:30

Next practice pitches

Industry-University Partnership Through Experiential Project-based Learning: A Singapore Case Study
Yvonne Tan (Singapore Management University)

The Exploration and Practice of University-Industry Cooperation on the “Non-profit Food Safety Training Programs”
Jin Yue (Shanghai Jiao Tong University), Weiyan Fu (Shanghai Jiao tong University)

Advancing Performance Measurement in University Incubation
John MacRitchie (Ryerson University)

Generation Y's virtual guide for social media and skill development
Sule Yalcin (Sabanci University)

Practitioner: University-Business Collaboration in Education

Bridging the Gap: Connecting science education to the real world. Preliminary results- Strategies to facilitate boundary crossings between university, business and government
Carol Aldous (Flinders University)

Hearing customer voices, business and students learning together
Matt Salier (New Venture Institute)

Engaging business in curriculum design and delivery: a higher education institution perspective
Victoria Gálan-Muros (University Industry Innovation Network & Technopolis), Carolin Plewa (The University of Adelaide), Todd Davey (Munich Business School)

Good practice: Innovation Districts

Places to think, learn and make- three examples of new innovation districts being developed by universities and industry to shaping their local knowledge economies.
Jacyl Shaw (Carlton Connect Initiative at the University of Melbourne), Kathryn Anderson (New Venture Institute, Flinders @ Tonsley)

North Carolina State University and RTI International Game-Changing Research Incentive Program (GRIP)
Jacqueline Olich (RTI International), Alan Rebar (North Carolina State University)

14:30 - 14:45 Coffee break
14:45 - 16:15

Scientific: Science-to-Business - Transfering knowledge from university to market

New Insights into University Technology Transfer Performance: The Case of Australian Universities
Rashed Alhomayden (University of Queensland)

A Socio-Cognitive View of Technology Commercialization and Public Policy
Ki-seok Kwon (Hanbat National Unievrsity, Daejeon, South Korea)

Experiential Interface Design for the Transference of Scientific Publications from University to SMEs
Marianne Lykke (Aalborg University)

Research with Impact: Managing IP in Research Consortia
Anne-Laure Mention (RMIT), Bruno Woeran (Merinova)

Practitioner: Innovation in and around the university

The “OurCampus21st Century (OC21) Engagement Tool & Visual Toolkit” – its use in the development of the University of Melbourne’s Innovation District to ensure world- class success.
Jacyl Shaw (Carlton Connect Initiative at The University of Melbourne)

Australia-China Innovation in Industry Engagement: Torch Innovation Precinct @ UNSW
Warwick Dawson (The University of New South Wales), Laurie Pearcey (The University of New South Wales), Jim Henderson (The University of New South Wales)

How to build a 21st Century Science Park initiative to grow a University
Jonathan Burroughs (Creative Places)

Developing a regional innovation ecosystem
Jacqueline Barnett (Nelson Mandela University)

Next practice pitches

Macquarie Park Innovation District (MPID)
Margaret Hudson (Macquarie University)

Future Industries Accelerator – transforming the industries of today and seeding the industries of tomorrow
Ixchel Brennan (University of South Australia)

Five universities, one approach to IP
Renee Hindmarsh (Australian Technology Network of Universities)

Edith Cowan University & Economic Development Australia – Partnering for the future
Neil Butler (Edith Cowan University), Darren Gibson (Edith Cowan University)

The value in providing funding to begin bridging the Valley of Death
Judy Halliday (TechInSA)

16:15 - 16:30
Closing session



 


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