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In the beginning of program, the partners of V4Mula project introduced themselves – Ms. Orsolya Szaplonczay from Hungarian company Innoskart ICT Cluster, Ms. Natalia Kisková from Slovakian ngo „You too in IT“, Mr. Pawel Sobczak from Polish university in Dabrowa Górnicza and Ms. Ivana Klimentová from DEX Innovation Centre, who also introduced the program of the whole day with her presentation on topic „Introduction of Responsible Research and Innovation“.
Another presentation was initiated by RNDr. Svatopluk Halada from Association of Innovative Entrepreneurship CR. His topic was „Technology Transfer – Goals and Learning Objectives“. Then took the floor Mgr. Radka Hávová from The Technology Centre of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, that is also representative of Enterprise Europe Network. Her presentation on topic „Presentation of the Technology Centre of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic and of Enterprise Europe Network, Best Practices Examples, Success Stories on Sustainable Innovation Oriented Cooperation“ offered an interesting view on technology transfer issues.
The last presenter of morning part of program was RNDr. Ing. Jaromír Zahrádka, Ph. D. from Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry. His presentation had topic „Technology Transfer in Biotechnology - History and Perspectives“ and it allowed the participants to learn interesting facts about the technology transfer in this area.
An interactive workshop with topic „Conception of Technology Transfer, Current State of Art, Visions for the Future, Interactive Training“ was then prepared for the participants in afternoon session. Workshop was led by RNDr. Vojtěch Nosek, Ph. D. from Czech Technical University in Prague, Department for Project Management and Technology Transfer. Workshop was led in very interesting way and it provided to all the participants a possibility to actively participate in the program.
The whole event was held in a frame of V4Mula project, which is co-financed from the Visegrad Fund. DEX Innovation Centre is one of the partners of this project. Another partners of projects are Hungarian company Innoskart ICT Cluster, Slovakian ngo „You too in IT“ and Polish private University of Dabrowa Górnicza.
Czech training program was a third event in frame of V4Mula project. The first event took place in Székesféhérvár (Hungary) in March 2016, the 2nd one was held in Poland (Dabrowa Górnicza). The Prague event will be followed by the 4th training program in Bratislava, which will take a place in the end of May 2016. In autumn 2016 in Budapest (Hungary) will be then held Final Conference of this project.
Presentation of particular speakers are available below.