Knowledge Transfer – The New Core Responsibility of Higher Education Institutions

Practice and Perspectives in Russia and Germany

Gorzka, Gabriele (Editor)

Mit Beiträgen von Baaken, Thomas / Bedny, Alexander / Betuch, Helene-Olesja / Chubik, Petr / Demarchuk, Ekaterina / Fromm, Oliver / Gorzka, Gabriele / Grudzinskiy, Alexander / Hahn, Helmut / Hartmann, Roland K. / Ivanov, Valeriy / Kiselev, Vladimir / Koksharov, Victor / Korff, Nisha / Kortov, Sergey / Lawerenz, Martin / Schlicht, Michael / Schröder, Carsten / Shulgin, Dmitry / Thumm, Manfred / Toivonen, Nikolai / Ulrichs, Timo / Vasilev, Vladimir

kassel university press, ISBN: 978-3-86219-412-4, 2012, 240 Pages
(OST-WEST-DIALOG 13)

URN: urn:nbn:de:0002-34135

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Content: The German-Russian academic year 2012/2013 offered an outstanding opportunity to discuss overarching themes of German-Russian academic collaboration, to exchange
experiences on both sides and to develop prospects – also for further bilateral collaboration. 120 participants from Germany and Russia met in April 2012 at the University of Kassel for the German-Russian Symposium on “Knowledge transfer – the new core task of Higher Education Institutions”.

The contributions in this volume document the aspects of knowledge transfer presented and discussed at the conference. They cover the economic relevance of the Higher Education Institutions for the regional innovation process as well as the strategic role of knowledge transfer back from economy and society to the universities. Best practice examples of innovative concepts and models of knowledge transfer are given by university representatives from Russia and Germany.

The second subject priority sheds light on the bilateral relationships between Germany and Russia in the reciprocal “Knowledge transfer” – the bilateral collaboration in
research, teaching and technology.

Table of Content

Gorzka, Gabriele:Introduction
Schlicht, Michael /
Lawerenz, Martin:
Welcome Address

I. Knowledge Transfer and Innovation
Bedny, Alexander:Innovation Infrastructure of University as Laboratory for Training of Innovators
Kiselev, Vladimir:Approach to Assess the Role of Universities and Research Institutions in Quantitative Analysis of Innovation Potential of Russian Regions
Koksharov, Victor /
Kortov, Sergey /
Shulgin, Dmitry:
Knowledge and Technology Transfer: New Strategy for the Leading Russian Universities
Grudzinskiy, Alexander:Innovation Infrastructure of University as Laboratory for Training of Innovators

II. Knowledge Transfer: Best Practice in Russia and Germany
Schröder, Carsten /
Baaken, Thomas /
Korff, Nisha:
Partnering at Münster University of Applied Sciences
Fromm, Oliver:Transfer Concept of the University of Kassel 2011-2015
Chubik, Petr:Knowledge Transfer in Tomsk Polytechnic University
Toivonen, Nikolai /
Vasilev, Vladimir:
Conceptual Framework of Created University Innovation Structures

III. Bilateral Cooperation in Research and Study Programmes
Thumm, Manfred:Megagrant Research Project:Laboratory of Advanced Research on Millimeter and Terahertz Radiation at Novosibirsk State University
Hartmann, Roland K.:International Research Training Group (IRTG) "Enzymes and Multienzyme Complexes Acting on Nucleic Acids" – the first German-Russian Doctoral Program
Hahn, Helmut /
Ulrichs, Timo:
The Koch-Mechnikov-Forum as platform for a long-term partnership in healthcare
Ivanov, Valeriy:Russian-German Dialogue in the Yaroslavl Region: Cooperation between the MUBiNT Academy in Yaroslavl and the East-West Science Centre of the University of Kassel

IV. Surveys on Technology Transfer Germany – Russia
Betuch, Helene-Olesja:GRETTO: German-Russian Environmental Technology Transfer Optimization. Results of a Qualitative Assessment
Demarchuk, Ekaterina:Technology Transfer Systems and University-Industry Relations in Germany and Russia: Comparative Study

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