The student will monitor and support the development of the exploitation plan in the context of Task 10.3 of the Interconnect project, which is led by TNO (Netherlands). The work plan includes monthly follow-up meetings, workshops for partners with less mature cases and individual interviews with project partners to gather in detail critical information for the development of the business plan. Given the importance of Intellectual Property Rights in this plan, the student will receive training from INESC TEC's Technology Licensing Office (SAL), complemented with webinars and other opportunities to strengthen its development in this field.
Training in Economics, Management, Industrial Management Engineering or similar
Minimum profile required
Fluency in English (spoken and written)
Technology or intellectual property management Entrepreneurship and/or acceleration programmes
Since 23 Feb 2021 to 08 Mar 2021
Cluster / Centre
Power and Energy / Power and Energy Systems