Broadening University and Industry Engagement
December 3 @ 9:00 am - 5:30 pm
Join UIDP and the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy for the Symposium. This one-day event will convene a broad spectrum of thought leaders and practitioners to explore effective mechanisms to broaden and strengthen cross-sector engagement and to identify effective engagement pathways to build new relationships.
The nation’s economic prosperity and wellbeing rely on increasing capacity in science and technology innovation. Globally, both large and small companies are looking outward to leverage emerging expertise where it organically flourishes by strategically forming partnerships with like-minded collaborators in industry, universities, health care systems, and non-profit entities. At the Federal level, agencies are championing this activity as a means to amplify the power of vigorous multi-sector partnerships to build innovation capacity.
Interactive sessions will uncover challenges and solutions around data sharing, joint research, workforce development, shared facilities and equipment and joint hires, as well as more traditional technology transfer issues. We’ll also delve into the more challenging aspects of forming partnerships, such as contractual and intellectual property issues, timelines, and tax considerations.
All registrations are subject to approval. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions.
More to come. Agenda is subject to change.
- Funding Mechanisms for Academic-Industry Engagement
- Workforce Talent and Acquisition Retention
- Data-Driven Decision Making; Building Support for U-I Partnerships
Who Should Attend
- Contracting and Sponsored Research
- Corporate, Academic and Foundation Relations
- Economic Development
- IP and Technology Commercialization
- Research Leadership
- Scientists and Researchers
- Workforce Development
Chief research and technology officers, open innovation managers, industry consortia leaders, senior research officers, external technology development officers, science and technology faculty, and science and technology policy/economic development leaders
Bechtel Conference Center at Encina Hall
616 Serra Street
IMPORTANT: Book your lodging as soon as possible, as hotels in this area will sell out.
AirBnB offers a number of accommodation types at many price levels.
Courtyard Palo Alto Los Altos
2 miles from the event venue
4320 El Camino Real
Los Altos, CA 94022
Rate expires: Nov. 11
Crowne Plaza San Jose Silicon Valley
777 Bellew Dr, Milpitas, CA 95035
15 miles from the event venue
$265/night plus tax
Book Your Room Online Now!
or call 1-888-233-9527 and use group code UIDP_PK
Rate expires Nov. 1, 2019
Members/Non-members: No charge
Online registration closes on Monday, Nov. 25