Cet échange permettra d’apporter un éclairage européen sur l’initiative française créant les SATT et d’insister sur l’importance de fédérer au-delà des frontières françaises.
Marta CATARINO – Présidente de l’ASTP-Proton
Marta Catarino is the Director of the Technology Transfer Office of University of Minho – TecMinho, where she manages a team of 12 experienced professionals in 3 business units: Industrial Property Management, Technology Commercialization and Entrepreneurship. Since 2010, Marta is also Advisor to the Vice-Rector for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, where she supports the definition and implementation of Innovation and Entrepreneurship policies and manages the University’s participation in private holdings. With an academic background in Engineering and post-grad studies in Industrial Property, Marketing and Strategic Management, Marta has been working as a Tech Transfer professional for more than 10 years. Marta has an extensive experience delivering seminars, workshops and training in more than 20 countries, and in evaluating innovation and proof-of-concept projects for the European Research Council and for Regional and National bodies in several European countries. Since September 2011, Marta had been a Member of the Board of Directors of PROTON Europe, the European Knowledge Transfer Association. In Fall 2013, Marta joined the ASTP-Proton board as Vice President Programming. Since May 2016, she has been President of ASTP-Proton.
Tim HART – Managing Consultant à Isis Enterprise, Oxford University Innovation Ltd
‘Tim has gained >25 years’ experience in technology commercialization, particularly from university environments, and in the life sciences. He has worked as an academic researcher, technology transfer professional, and entrepreneur, having spun-out and managed two investment-backed life science companies from university research. Tim’s current role is as Managing Consultant for Isis Enterprise, the international innovation management consulting group within Oxford University Innovation Ltd, the University of Oxford technology transfer company. Tim’s experience is truly international, having worked for and with some of the largest technology corporates and leading universities across Asia, Russia, Europe, North and South America, Australia, and Africa. Tim is passionate about scientific innovation and entrepreneurship and over the last 25 years has developed deep insights from a local to global scale. He has advised and supported the private and public sector across the world with strategies and implementation support for innovation and entrepreneurship instruments and programmes.