(Tech-) Transfer: Patterns and Lessons Learned from the "German Model"Speaker: Walid Maalej – Hamburg, Germany
Topic(s): Software Engineering and Programming , Society and the Computing Profession
Universities around the world are extending their main purpose from Research and Education to a third pillar often called Knowledge/Tech Transfer or simply Transfer. This lecture aims at substantiating this ambiguous term, particularly from the perspective of computer science and AI departments.
The lecture discusses patterns to operationalize transfer in term of industry-academia collaboration, feedback loops with civil society or governmental institutions, as well as contributions to open source communities.
Examples of bringing real world challenges to the classroom or to the research lab as well as the systematic management of networking and collaboration will be presented. Lessons learned, do’s, and don’ts will be discussed based on observations and experiences from transfer projects in Germany.
About this LectureNumber of Slides: 20 - 60
Duration: 20 - 60 minutes
Languages Available: English, German
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