Summer School 4 TTCamp - University of Hradec Králové (2023)

The Summer School is part of the Czech Norway cooperation running at UHK. We are very proud of this achievement and will continue to grow and develop our courses to offer participants extraordinary experiences.

The Summer School is amultiplier event ofthe EHP-CZ-ICP-2-006 project „The technology and knowledge transfer based on Norway-Czech cooperation“.The Summer School will allow participants to delve deeper into technology transfer. Summer School participants will have the opportunity to meet real experts in the field of technology transfer and thus gain unique knowledge. On top of their competencies, the Summer School will also contribute to their practical skills training. Participants will obtain the Attendance Certificate to proven the obtained skills in technology and knowledge transfer.

Summer School is afantastic way of improving knowledge of the above-mentioned topic in an engaging atmosphere. It is agreat opportunity to meet lots of new people from all over Europe.The Summer School offers the perfect combination of exciting, memorable, safe, and educational experiences.

The primary target group of the Summer school 4 TTCamp is doctoral students, young scientists, and academics.The applicants must have aprofessional interest in the area of technology transfer.As soon as possible after registration, it is necessary to send aCV and aCover Letter to Ing. Jana Kukáková, In the Cover Letter, they must explain, among other things, their interestin the Summer School 4 TTCamp -expectations from the course, how exactly they fit into the target group, what year of study theyare in, how theywill make use of the knowledge and the experience gained from the course in their future studies/career and etc.The number of places at the Summer School 4 TTCamp is limited. Therefore, those interested must apply as soon as possible.They will then be emailed with further information.

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Summer School 4 TTCamp, 08.-11.06.2022

08.06.2022 | Wednesday

09:30–10:00Coffee Break
10:00–11:00Get to knowIng. Pavla Matulová, Ph.D. et Ph.D. (UHK)
11:00–11:30Technology Transfer at UHKprof. Ing. Ondřej Krejcar, Ph.D. (UHK)
11:30–12:00Technology Transfer as aproject Proof of ConceptIng. Pavla Matulová, Ph.D. et Ph.D. (UHK)
13:00–14:00Transfer technology at OsloMETprof. Anis Yazidi (OsloMet)
14:30–16:30Guide tour of Hradec Králové
19:00–22:00Informal program - Brewery Tour

09.06.2022 | Thursday

10:00–11:00Intellectual property (IP)Ing. Pavla Matulová, Ph.D. et Ph.D. (UHK)
11:00–12:00From technology transfer to ecosystem participation: An uncomfortable transition for Europe’s universities?Morten Irgens (OsloMet)
13:00–13:45University and Industry Collaboration – Partnerships Driving InnovationIng. Henrieta Dunne
13:45–14:30Technology transfer within amultinational companyIng. Tomáš Černický, Ph.D. (SeneCura)
14:30-15:00Coffee Break
15:00-16:00Side visit - Laboratories involved in Technology Transfer at UHK (Presentation of Proof of Concept)
19:00–22:00Social Event

10.06.2022 | Friday

08:30–10:30Petrof Tour
10:00–10:30Horizon 2020 supportRoman Pašek, AMIRES Inc.
10:30–11:00Coffee Break
11:00-11:30Technology Transfer – The Commercialization ProcedureMgr. Otomar Sláma, MBA, MPA (Charles University innovations Prague Plc.)
11:30-12:00Drug developmentprof. Ing. Martin Fusek, CSc. (Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry of the CAS)
12:00-12:30Start-up case studyLukáš Doskočil (Stimvia Inc.)
12:30-13:00Experience in science, business, start-up, and financePetr Šrámek, MBA ( Plc)
14:00–15:30Technology transfer specifics in the humanitiesdoc. Mgr. art. Ing. Richard Kitta, ArtD. (TUKE)
15:30–16:30Individual supportIng. Pavla Matulová, Ph.D. et Ph.D. (UHK)
prof. Ing. Ondřej Krejcar, Ph.D. (UHK)
Ing. Tomáš Černický, Ph.D. (SeneCura)
19:00–22:00Informal program

11.06.2022 | Saturday

10:00–12:00Summary of the Summer School highlightsIng. Pavla Matulová, Ph.D. et Ph.D. (UHK)

Program change is reserved


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Ing. Pavla Matulová, Ph.D. et Ph.D.

A graduate of the BUT Faculty of Civil Engineering in Brno, followed by adoctoral study in the field of materials engineering and informatics and management. For several years she worked in science and research in the field of the development of new building materials and components. She worked at the South Moravian Innovation Center (JIC) for 10 years, where she specialized in the active support of innovation potential in developed companies. She has knowledge of the innovation and research environment of the Czech Republic and abroad. It deals with the evaluation of research projects depending on the degree of applicability in technology transfer, negotiations with the application sphere on the possibilities of using the results of science and research, including an analysis of the company's innovation potential. Consulting and advisory activities in the field of grant consulting. She works in the field of consulting and strategy for intellectual property protection.

Title of the presentation: Transfer technology as aproject Proof of Concept

Outline of the talk: Proof of concept (PoC), also known as proof of principle, is arealization of acertain method or idea in order to demonstrate its feasibility or ademonstration in principle with the aim of verifying that some concept or theory has practical potential. The aim of the presentation is to give aholistic approach to transfer technology as aproject with aspecial focus on proof of concept. The specific PoC project running at UHK will be introduced.

Title of the presentation: Intellectual property IP

Outline of the talk: Intellectual property is acategory of property that includes intangible creations of the human intellect. There are many types of intellectual property, and some countries recognize more than others. The best-known types are copyrights, patents, trademarks, and trade secrets. The aim of the lecture is to provide an overview of the possibilities of intellectual property protection, to state suitable strategies, including practical examples.

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prof. Ing. Ondřej Krejcar, Ph.D.

A full professor in systems engineering and informatics at the University of Hradec Kralove, Faculty of Informatics and Management, Center for Basic and Applied Research, Czech Republic; and Research Fellow at Malaysia-Japan International Institute of Technology, University Technology Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. In 2008 he received his Ph.D. title in technical cybernetics at Technical University of Ostrava, Czech Republic. He is currently avice-rector for science and creative activities of the University of Hradec Kralove from June 2020. At present, he is also adirector of the Center for Basic and Applied Research at the University of Hradec Kralove. At the University of Hradec Kralove, he is aguarantee of the doctoral study program in Applied Informatics, where he is focusing on lecturing on Smart Approaches to the Development of Information Systems and Applications in Ubiquitous Computing Environments.

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Title of the presentation: Technology Transfer at UHK

Outline of the talk: University has two faculties from all four, which are focused also on technology transfer and application of knowledge to companies. Support of TTO is centralized at the rectorate office, where mainly process support is done in the view of administration, law and economy. Apart from process support, rectorate takes care of centralized projects, which allows researchers at the faculty level ask for afinancial budget for their ideas which can be developed into Proof of Concept stage with relevant applied output.

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prof. Anis Yazidi

Anis Yazidi received the M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Agder, Grimstad, Norway, in 2008 and 2012, respectively. He was aResearcher with NORCE, Kristiansand, Norway, from 2012 til 2014. He is currently afull Professor at Oslo Metropolitan University, leading the Research Group in Applied Artificial Intelligence. He is also aProfessor II in Data Science with the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Trondheim, Norway, and aSenior Researcher at Oslo University Hospital, Oslo. His current research interests include applied machine learning, reinforcement learning, stochastic optimization, and autonomous computing. He is currently PI from OsloMet in different projects including Horizon 2020 AI-Mind project, and NorSTAR center of excellence on trustworthy and sustainable AI.

Title of the presentation:Technology Transfer at OsloMeT

Outline of the talk:In this talk, we cover the transfer of technology, intellectual property protection, and support of spin-off companies at Oslo Metropolitan University.

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Ing. Tomáš Černický, Ph.D.

Ing. Tomas Cernicky, Ph.D. after graduating 2007, he worked in various positions in design and construction companies. In 2015, he became the technical and sales director at GrandPark, this company provided residential social services for clients with dementia. Since 2017, he has been working at the international company SeneCura, first as the director of two nursing homes for the seniors and now for the last 3 years as atechnical director. From his position, he is also responsible for innovation.

Title of the presentation: Technology Transfer within amultinational company

Outline of the talk: SeneCura, which currently operates 17 nursing homes for seniors with approximately 2,400 beds in the Czech Republic, has received abit grant from the Technical Agency of the Czech Republic (TACR) in cooperation with the University of Hradec Králové. This grant deals with the use of modern technology in the care of seniors with dementia. The article will address the issue of implementation of research results in the environment of an international corporation.

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prof. Ing. Martin Fusek, CSc.

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prof. Ing. Martin Fusek, CSc., Deputy Director for Strategic Development, Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic

Title of the presentation:Drug development

Outline of the talk:Technology transfer in drug development in the context of Czech legislative environment, successes, and risks in technology transfer, start-up companies and spin-offs

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Mgr. Otomar Sláma, MBA,MPA,

Chairman of the Board, Charles University Innovations Prague a.s.

Title of the presentation:Technology Transfer – The Commercialization Procedure

Outline of the talk:Academic environment and commercialization, the most successful technology transfer case study, how it works, what are the benefits for both, the university and the inventor and how to measure social impact. Basically, technology transfer in practice.

Summer School 4 TTCamp - University of Hradec Králové (7)

Petr Šrámek, MBA

Co-founder and Managing Partner of Plc. Company

Title of the presentation:Experience in science, business, start-up and finance

Outline of the talk:The world's best technologies and practices that prolong healthy and active human lives – critical factors in capital investment decisions, building high-tech start-ups

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Morten Irgens

Dean, School of Economics, Innovation, and Technology; Chief Development Officer, Kristiania, Co-founder and Board Member, CLAIRE and NORA; Vice President, Adra

Dr Morten Irgens isDean and Chief Development Officer atKristiania University College(Kristiania), Special Advisor to the Rector of Oslo Metropolitan University, Co-founder, Deputy Chair and Director ofThe Confederation of Laboratories of Artificial Intelligence Laboratories in Europe(CLAIRE), Vice President ofThe Artificial Intelligence, Data and Robotics Association(Adra), and aMember of the Board ofThe Norwegian Artificial Intelligence Research Consortium(NORA). He has participated inestablishing an AI-driven company, aresearch institute, three research centers, and an incubator, an innovation district, and held positions as dean (twice), vice-rector (twice), research director, CEO, and chief development officer (CDO). He has worked in the area of Artificial Intelligence since the end of the eighties.

Title of the presentation:From technology transfer to ecosystem participation: An uncomfortable transition for Europe’s universities?

Outline of the talk:Value creation is different in the modern, complex knowledge economy. What does that mean universities, businesses, governments and investors?


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doc. Mgr. art. Ing. Richard Kitta, ArtD

Vice Dean for Arts, Science and Research Activities, Faculty of Arts, Technical university of Košice, Slovakia

Richard Kitta (1979) is amultimedia artist, theorist, cultural activist and university lecturer. He is man behind the well-established “glocal” art projects of the DIG (Digital Intervention Group), MAO (Media Art Office), Creative Playgrounds, ENTER and Kotolňa space. His participation with the DIG platform in the prestigious EDASN international project with Ars Electronica, Linz (Austria) from 2014 to 2017 significantly contributed to Košice being named the UNESCO – Creative City of Media Arts in 2017. In 2021 he initiated the special technology transfer project CORE (Compact Open Responsive Environment) dedicated to innovative methods of generating and processing artistic multimedia content.

Title of the presentation:Media art platforms for synergistic technology transfer

Outline of the talk:Media art platforms of nowadays offer inspiring original concepts, including specific tools that (in)directly support synergistic technology transfer in the humanities. On the one hand, they offer creative possibilities for individual strategies, on the other hand, in conjunction with technological solutions, they are often suitable prototypes for the development of various humanities and creative industries with overlaps into the socio-cultural or economic zone.

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Roman Pašek

AMIRES – EU projects, Technology scouting & Business innovation

Title of the presentation:Horizon projects as strategic investment

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Outline of the talk:Examples of impactful Horizon projects, current challenges and topics, Horizon as growth funding for companies

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Ing. Henrieta Dunne

Technology Transfer Expert at the University Science Park TECHNICOM in Kosice.

Henrieta has recently returned from the UK where she worked for the past 17 years predominantly in early-stage business support and in national and international innovation programmes. She worked for Oxford Innovation Ltd. for 5 years coordinating the activities of three business angel investment networks. In 2013 she joined agovernment-fundedResearch and Technology Organisation in the Harwell Science Campus near Oxford, focused on accelerating the commercialization of research in the area of space technologies. In 2018, she launched and managed an EU funded Business Incubation Centre to support innovative start-ups working in rocket propulsion, satellite communications, 5G, and autonomous systems. She was actively helping to connect industry and academia in order to foster collaborations and to accelerate bringing commercial products and services into the market.

Title of the presentation:University and Industry Collaboration – Partnerships Driving Innovation

Outline of the talk:In this presentation, Iwill draw on my experience working in the UK innovation ecosystem for over adecade and will talk you through some interesting technology and knowledge transfer programmes that help drive innovation between industry and academia including some case studies.

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Lukáš Doskočil

Chief Executive Officer of Stimvia Inc.

Title of the presentation:Start-up case study

Outline of the talk:The story of the research project of the latest neuromodulatory therapy for the treatment of overactive bladder (OAB) - from the research plan to obtaining millions of investments

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Summer school participants will be provided with free dormitory accommodation.

University Halls of Residence

Contact person:
Ing. Veronika Hrůzovátel: +420 777 147 670

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