Jeff Skinner will outline various mechanisms and tactics that universities and academic leaders can implement to support scientist´s active participation in „knowledge transfer“ in his presentation at COINTT 2023 Conference.
Presenter will introduce frames based on decades of experience in cooperation with management teams, leaders of knowledge transfer and academic workers at universities around the Europe. He will describe possibilities that are part of strategy which can be implemented by every university to improve own ability of knowledge and technology transfer.
Jeff Skinner is former executive director of Institute of Entrepreneurship and Private Capital at London Business School, UK. Currently he teaches entrepreneurship and strategy there.
He remains deeply involved in technology commercialization, trainings and mentoring for academic workers and technology transfer managers in effective technology commercialization field.
Mr.Skinner was a commercial director at University College London, where he in cooperation with leading academics co-founded more than 30 technology-based spin-outs that earned together more than 30 million £ in first round capital. He managed research teams in Hoechst Celanese Photonics in New Jersey and General Electric in Wembley.
Jeff obtained his first degree in Physics and is also doctorate holder of thin-layer photonics at UCL and gained MBA degree at London Business School as well. He acts as a leader of ‚Hope in Haringey‘, charitable organisation located in Tottenham, which goal is to improve life chances for young adults in Haringey.
We look for Jeff Skinner´s presentation on October 25th, from 9:45 to 11:00 a.m.
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