By Zoë Imhof (UGent, Tech Transfer)
With research and knowledge valorisation we want to contribute to societal and economic developments. An important part of the research policy at Ghent University and our faculty is therefore to stimulate and reward societal and economical value creation of research.
During this session we will share examples of different pathways of valorization (see program below).
Are you looking for inspiration to learn more about how your research can have an impact beyond academia? Or are you curious about how your colleagues go about valorization and creating an impact beyond academia? You best be there then.
|Intro: what is valorisation? Why? Different forms of valorization
|Science communication and building a network – case: IDC UGent@Work
|Collaboration with governments
|Prof Dr Lieselot Danneels
|Chair ‘Samen Impact’ ('Together Impact')
|Prof Dr Evelien Opdecam
|Wrap-up (tools/frameworks + funding for valorisation)