Selezione pubblica per assunzione a tempo determinato, n. 9 unità Tecnologo di secondo livello – cat. D3

Location: Università di Milano

Selezione pubblica, per titoli ed esami, per il reclutamento di n. 9 unità di Tecnologo di secondo livello, categoria D – posizione economica D3, ai sensi dell’art. 24 bis della Legge 240/2010, con rapporto di lavoro subordinato a tempo determinato, full time, della durata di 24 mesi ciascuno, eventualmente prorogabile, di cui n. 6 unità presso la Direzione Servizi per la Ricerca – Settore Management della Ricerca e n. 3 unità presso la Direzione Innovazione e Valorizzazione delle Conoscenze, a supporto delle attività previste nell’ambito dei progetti connessi all’attuazione del Piano Nazionale di Ripresa e Resilienza (PNRR).

Deadline for applications: 10 Giugno 2022

To Apply:
https://www.unimi.it/it/ateneo/lavora-con-noi/reclutamento-personale-tecnico-amministrativo/bandi-personale-tecnico/selezione-pubblica-assunzione-tempo-determinato-n-9-unita-tecnologo-di-secondo-livello-cat-d3-cod

Summer School – Il Trasferimento Tecnologico in transizione: il cambiamento negli scenari e l’impatto nel PNRR

Come negli anni scorsi, la Summer School rappresenterà per tutti coloro che si occupano di TT/KT e di Terza Missione un’occasione per incontrarsi e condividere strategie, aspettative, problemi, ma anche soluzioni e buone pratiche.

In particolare, la Summer School 2022 si focalizzerà sulle opportunità, ma anche sulle problematiche aperte dal PNRR. In particolare rifletteremo e condivideremo, con l’aiuto di esperti e degli attori dei progetti PNRR, su aspetti organizzativi, gestionali e amministrativi relativi al PNRR.

Nell’ottica di massimizzare l’impatto economico, sociale e culturale del PNRR, facendo crescere il sistema e la filiera del Trasferimento Tecnologico, partendo dalle strutture interne agli Enti di Ricerca, Università ed IRCCS e valorizzando le competenze e professionalità ormai consolidate.

Sarà dato ampio spazio a lavori di gruppo che vedranno protagonisti i partecipanti alla Summer School, con il coordinamento di esperti e degli attori dei prossimi progetti dei bandi PNRR.

Non mancheranno rappresentanti delle Istituzioni (Rettori e Rettrici, Dirigenti dei Ministeri, ecc.), nonché momenti di serena convivialità, che da sempre caratterizzano le Summer School Netval.

Scopri di più sulla Summer School 2022.

New Job Position – Tech Transfer

Location: Pavia, Italy (Personalised mix of work from home/office)

This is an exciting time for us as we continue to grow and expand our offerings to our Netval network.

With the number of patents on the Knowledge Share Platform growing at a steady pace, we are looking for a Junior Technology Transfer Officer to join our team. You will be responsible for monitoring and coordinating TT activities alongside the 98+ Technology Transfer Offices, revising and uploading marketing briefs, providing a bespoke service to our industrial users and enhancing the current networking strategies to increase visibility of the KS platform, at national and international level.

You will also be involved in organizing events, such as the Tech Share Day and take part in other activities aimed at showcasing our network’s innovations. Your role further progress into maintaining the current lines of collaboration with national and international partners for the valorisation of technology transfer activities.

Deadline for applications: 30 June 2022

To Apply:
Send a Cover Letter accompanied by an up-to-date CV to: presidenza@netval.it
For further information please write to us at: presidenza@netval.it

New Job Position – Communications

Location: Pavia, Italy (Personalised mix of work from home/office)

This is an exciting time for us as we continue to grow and expand our offerings to our Netval network.

As the association is steadily growing, we are looking to onboard a new Junior Marketing & Comms Officer to be part of our team. As part of the role, you will contribute to the growth of the association and the Knowledge Share Platform, by improving and establishing marketing and communication strategies, on our website, social media channel, intranet and create content for the monthly newsletter. You will actively take part in organizing, hosting and divulgating news about webinars, events and workshops. Plus, you will have the opportunity to work on the innovation campaigns that with run in collaboration with similar organization and other stakeholders within the tech transfer ecosystem, at a national and international level.

Deadline for applications: 30 June 2022

To Apply:
Send a Cover Letter accompanied by an up-to-date CV to: presidenza@netval.it
For further information please write to us at: presidenza@netval.it

AICIPI – Netval

Il seminario è dedicato ad informare i soci sull’esito del lungo ed approfondito lavoro promosso dal Gruppo di Lavoro di AICIPI dedicato alla contrattualistica Università – Industria e Netval, in cui verranno trattate, tra gli altri, le diverse tipologie di collaborazione, le problematiche principali nella discussione, le forme suggerite di interazione e le forme suggerite di gestione degli IP.

ProTon Europe Annual Conference 2011 “The role of networks in knowledge transfer from public research organizations”

ROME

28-30th September 2011

ProTon Europe is the pan-European association of national Knowledge Transfer associations linked to universities and public research organisations. The association was created in 2003 by the European Commission and is self-supporting since 2007. ProTon Europe’s primary objective is to promote the economic and social benefits of publicly funded research and development throughout Europe by further developing the skills of the professionals working in this field. With over 160 members of knowledge transfer organisations ProTon Europe reaches out to almost 600 universities and public research organisations across Europe.
For more information visit www.protoneurope.org or contact José Syne, Secretary General at sg@protoneurope.org

NETVAL         

Netval, the Italian Network for the Valorisation of University Research (www.netval.it), was founded in November 2002 as a university network, in order to cope with a set of critical issues such as the reduction of public funding for research activities, the promotion of patenting as a tool for the protection of research results and several changes in the Italian regulations regarding patent ownership. In September 2007 it was transformed into an association. It now consists of 49 members, 47 of which are universities. Universities which joined Netval account today for 71.3% of Italian university students and 73.9% of professors. Interestingly, Netval gathers 76.3% of the Italian teaching staff working in scientific and technology (S&T) related fields, 78% of the total number of public research spin-offs (n=873) and 88.3% of the total number of university spin-offs (n=771) which have been reported so far within the Italian borders; it also accounts for 94.9% of active patents owned by Italian universities.
Among Netval members there are also two PROs: the Italian National Research Council (Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche – CNR) and the Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development (Agenzia nazionale per le nuove tecnologie, l’energia e lo sviluppo economico sostenibile – ENEA).
Netval’s activities include: (i) training sessions for TT-related university professional profiles; (ii) identification and discussion of fundamental issues for TT development; (iii) interaction with national and foreign Ministries and Agencies; (iv) participation in the European Union ProTon Europe association, as a representative for Italy.
 

CNR – NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL

The Italian National Research Council (CNR) is the largest public research institution in Italy, the only one under the Research Ministry performing multidisciplinary activities.
The Mission is to perform research in its own Institutes, to promote innovation and competitiveness of the national industrial system, to promote the internationalization of the national research system, to provide technologies and solutions to emerging public and private needs, to advice Government and other public bodies, and to contribute to the qualification of human resources.

THE DEPARTMENTS

CNR’s Departments are organizational units, structured by macro – areas of technological and scientific research, with the task of planning, coordinating and monitoring research activities in the affiliated institutes, by assuring them the necessary financial resources. Each Department furthermore has its national and international relations, dealing with its macro – area of interest. Every Department sets up its own research strategies and programmes, also in cooperation with other Departments, and follow up their implementation through specific research projects. An Institute affiliated to one Department, performing research in interrelated scientific fields, can participate in other Departments’ projects. Among the 82 going projects, 10 are inter – departmental.
The Department decides, together with its institutes, single project’s scientific lines, identifying the research groups to be entrusted with the relevant research tasks, at the same time providing them with necessary resources. Each group of researchers, in charge of carrying out a single scientific line, thus gives its contribution to the achievement of the Project goals.                                       
The 11 Departments are:
-Agrofood         
-Life Sciences
-Cultural Heritage
-Materials and Devices
-Cultural Identity
-Medicine
-Earth and Environment
-Molecular Design
-Energy and Transport
-Production Systems
-Information and Communication Technologies

THE INSTITUTES

The 108 Institutes, located throughout Italy, grouping together these technical and scientific areas of expertise, have been given the task of proposing programmes and implementing the scheduled activities, coordinated by the departments. The Institutes are not dependent on the Departments but are autonomously responsible for their scientific research and duties. The geographical distribution of the Institutes, and their interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary features, enable them to contribute to the growth of regional innovation systems.