The 2nd edition of the Master's in "Intellectual property valorisation for knowledge exchange & impact (KEI)" will begin in the spring in collaboration with the Sant'Anna School. The call expires on January 26
The second edition of the KEI Master, created by the Alma Mater Studiorum University of Bologna, in collaboration with the Netval Association and the Ministry of Economic Development (MISE-UIBM), starts in April 2023. The Sant'Anna School will organize the training module entitled "Open Science/research and Open Innovation of public research"
The 2nd edition of the Master in "Intellectual property valorisation for knowledge exchange and impact (KEI)" organized by Alma Mater Studiorum University of Bologna, in collaboration with the Netval Association and the Ministry of Economic Development (MISE-UIBM) will begin in April 2023 and will end in July 2024.
The objective of the Master is to train participants to acquire knowledge and theoretical skills and managerial practices for the management of intellectual property and the main technology transfer activities.
The headquarters of the Master will be the University of Bologna, which will organize 7 training modules, the remaining modules will be organized and hosted by the partner universities, including the Sant'Anna School which will be responsible for the module "Open Science/research and Open Innovation of public research" scheduled for June 2024.
The Master is therefore aimed at officials and executives who have responsibility for technology transfer and public engagement activities; officials and executives of the PA; those involved in innovation and the third mission; innovation manager of private companies that intend to develop relationships with public research subjects.
The MISE co-finances the enrollment fees for successful candidates from first to twentieth place in the ranking, as established in article 6 of the published notice.
The deadline for submitting the application for admission is January 26th.
For all the information and details, see the attached presentation and the dedicated page on the University of Bologna website.