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  • University Industry Collaborations: Best Practices USIMP: OUTPUT OF TURKISH EXPERIENCE UNIVERSITY AND INDUSTRY COOPERATION CENTERS PLATFORM OF TURKEY Prof. Dr. A. Hamit SERBEST President of USIMP
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  • University Industry Collaboration UIC is not social responsibility issue UIC is not accomplished for personal curiosity UIC Should be considered as a business Should create win-win solutions Sould serve for public welfare Should yield results to the benefit of humanity
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  • What Turkey had Achieved by Now After I. World War and Turkish War of Independence, Turkey by 1923 Dependent Economy, Underdeveloped, Agriculture Based, Raw Material Production Railway Infrastructure and Factory Airplane Factory Factories in Textile, Sugar and Cement Sectors 1933 University Reform 1933 I. Five Year Term Industry Plan 1938 - II. Five Year Term Industry Plan II. WORLD WAR. 1948 1951 Marshall Plan (137 M$) WHAT WAS THE COST TO TURKEY?
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  • WHAT WE MISSED 1940s AEROSPACE TECHNOLOGY AND SECTOR 1960s AUTOMATIVE TECHNOLOGY AND SECTOR 1990s TELECOMMUNICATONS TECHNOLOGY AND SECTOR Turkey is considered only a Customer in these Sectors. Can we become one of the main actors???
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  • WHAT WE LEARNED Donot Expect Everything From The Government Laws, Regulations, Are Not Sufficient To Create The Desirable Conditions/Results Cultural Background is the Essential Item Therefore, Knowledge Gained From Experiences Should Be Kept And Accumulated To Build Up The Culture
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  • THIS IS WHY USIMP WAS ESTABLISHED? National Platform to exchange views on university- industry cooperation Platform involves all experiences gained in Turkey Established in June 2007 - A Total of 58 Members Universities, Public Institutions, Chambers of Industry, Export Unions, Organized Industrial Regions, NGOs Full Member (Interface Organisations) Full Member (Interface Organisations) Associate Member (Beginners) Associate Member (Beginners) Affiliated Member (Support Organisations) Affiliated Member (Support Organisations)
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  • INITIATION OF UIC and R&D 1974 1978 Embargo of USA 1983 First Science and Technology Policy of Turkey 1989 World Bank Project (to become a developed economy human resources, infrastructure, legal regulations) 1990 KOSGEB Small and Medium Enterprises Development Organization 1990 State Planning Institute of Turkey - Centers Of Excellence Program 1991 TTGV (Technology Development Foundation of Turkey) 1995 World Trade Organization Financial Support to Companies only for R&D Projects 1995 TUBITAK Industrial R&D Department
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  • 1997 Science and Technology Policy of Turkey 1997 TUBITAK University-Industry Joint Research Centers Program 2000 SPI Industrial Doctorate Program 2001 Technology Development Zones (Technoparks) 2002 EU Framework Programs 2003 - 2023 Technology Forecast Study and Strategy Report 2006 TUBITAK Technology Platforms 2006 Regional Development Agencies EXPERIENCES GAINED
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  • 2007 SAN-TEZ MINISTRY OF SCIENCE, INDUSTRY AND TECHNOLOGY 2008 R&D Centers within Industrial Companies 2009 Techno-Entrepreneurship Program 2010 Cluster Support Program (Ministry of Economy) 2012 TTO Program 2013 Enterpreneurship at Universities Program 2013 Mentorship Model Creation for SMEs Program 2013 Financial Support to Creation of Enterpreneurship Funds Pre-Incubator and Incubator Programs EXPERIENCES GAINED
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  • 2002 2010 2002 2010 High 6.2 % 3.4% High to Medium24.3% 32.2% Medium to Low22.8% 31.8% Low46.8 % 32.6% TECHNOLOGICAL LEVEL - Exports
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  • IP AWARENESS 1790 USA 1791 FRANCE 1815 RUSSIA 1877 GERMANY 1879 OTTOMAN EMPIRE 1885 JAPONYA First Revision 1952 Second Revision 1994 (TPI) EU Customs Union Third Revision 2004 EU Harmonization Process Fourth Revision Waiting for ???
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  • University-Industry Joint Research Centers Program (SAMP) Triple Helix Model / 1997 2006 / Total 6 Centers 1997 SAM Ceramic Research Center (Corporation) 2000 Adana SAM University Industry Research Center (Corporation) +(Association) 2002 TAM Textile Research Center 2003 OTAM Automative Research Center (Corporation) 2004 Biomedical Technologies Rresearch Center (Association) ODAGEM (OSTIM Technology Research Center) (Corporation) EXPERIENCES TRANSFERRED
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  • FACTS ABOUT USA / TR FKR NYE NASIL KM N . USA TR Awareness, Training, Education Facilitate Exploitation of R&D Supports Project Management Enterpreneurship Commertialization
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  • MISSION, GOALS, Develop recommendations for national strategies and for effective and efficient implementation of university-industry cooperation Create national synergy through national and international projects and congresses Stimulate the interaction between the main actors and stakeholders Enhance visibility of UIC create a cooperation culture contribute to the establishment of intermediaries Foster research & innovation, for economic competitiveness and growth through effective and efficient UIC
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  • ACTIVITIES Workshops (with AUTM) Symposia Survey (Expectations from UIC, problems and solutions) University-Industry Centres Summit TTO Seminars Trainings Annual Conferences General Assembly Three Times per year
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  • UNIVERSITY-INDUSTRY CO-OPERATION NATIONAL CONGRESSES Adana (2008) Eskiehir (2009) Ankara (2010) zmir (2011) stanbul (2012) Dzce (2013) Kayseri (2014)
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  • GLOBAL TT PROCESS Dnya zerindeki Tm Noktalarn Birbirine Balanm Olmas Gerekir. Dnya zerinde Herhangi Bir Noktada Doabilecek Bir Fikir MUTLAKA Yeerme ans Bulmal Dnyann htiyac, nsanlarn Kafasndaki Fikirler!!! nsann Bilgisi, Akl, Zekas, Yetenei, Dnyann Artk Yeraltndaki Zenginliklere htiyac YOK
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  • BETTER Knowhow Needed Effective initiation of start-ups Financing for diferent growth phases: Risk capital funds Valorisation of research results Non-IP based entrepreneurship Various routes for commercialisation of research results Metrics for non-economic impacts of research results
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  • THIS IS WHAT WE NEED USIMP THE FRIENDLY GHOST
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  • QUESTIONS??? Linked-In: http://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=4529722 Twitter: https://twitter.com/usimplatformu Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/usim.platformu

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