Collaboration Portfolio by expenses

Report
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SCG’s Practice:
Collaboration in R&D
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SCG’s Collaboration Portfolio
External Collaboration
Collaboration Portfolio by expenses
(770 MB)
Others, 1%
Customer, 15%
Supplier , 22%
International Institute/
University, 14%
Local Institute/ University, 47%
Source: R&D report 2009 – 2012 included both completed & ongoing projects
SCG’s Collaborative Network: International
Build relationships and collaborate with all stakeholders - “Win-Win strategy”
International Partners:
British Columbia
CAL TECH
UC Berkley
Stanford
IPST
78 projects
Zhejiang U.
Technique U of China Academy of
Science
Darmstadt
Waterloo
ABDN
OXFORD
Osaka U.
Tianjin U.
EPFL
D Tech
CIRAD
KYOTO U
MIT
CBMA
Aachen
Certech
TITECH
GATECH
Ecole des
JAIST
Fraunhofer
Karlsruhe
Mines Albi
UFL
HiBot
IFP
PSU
WASEDA
KAIST,
National Inst. Of
standard and tech.
KIST,
STEPI
Collaborative partners
Developing project partners
Relationship partners
Source: R&D report 2009 – 2012 included both completed & ongoing projects
SCG’s Collaborative Network: Domestic
Build relationships and collaborate with all stakeholders - “Win-Win strategy”
Domestic Partners:
169 projects
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SCG’s Collaboration with Universities
University
Industry
Co-Research Lab:
For researchers & students
- Extended research facility
- Industrial experienced students
Green Building
Marine Cement:
Cement composition that
resist against chloride ingress from
external marine environment
Organic fertilizer:
Utility of waste material from paper
for agricultural usage
- Reducing landfill
- Improving plant growth
- Lowering cost of chemical fertilization
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How to…
Enhance Effective Collaboration
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How to Enhance our Effective Collaboration
Establish Common Interests
Share Resource
Be Fair & Respect
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Collaboration between University & Industry
Conducting research for commercialization
to support business and social needs
University
&
Frontier or
Self-interest
Industry
Business and
Social needs
Publishable Research VS. Commercialization
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Collaboration between University & Industry
Resource sharing between University and Industry
University
&
Industry
Access to technical
information
Access to business &
social needs
Scientific expertise
Engineering expertise
Pools of education networks
Some testing & lab
equipment and capital
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Collaboration between University & Industry
Gaps in Intellectual Property (IP) Management
University
&
Industry
Own IP for career advancement
Own IP for organization asset
KPI-driven IP
Business-driven IP
Prefer co-ownership of IP
Prefer exclusive ownership of IP
Prefer royalty fee
Prefer royalty Free!
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Commercialization
Plan and Production
Prototype
Product
Development
Product
Research by University
Research by Corporate
Concept Development
R&D Collaboration and Business Process
% of investment
By Corporate
By University/Institute
IP Benefit Sharing often becomes obstacle
of R&D collaboration
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Final Thoughts on Collaboration
Create real value of R&D through
Commercialization with Fair & Respect
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Thank you
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