Moderator: Patrik Hadenius,
Forskning och Framsteg

10.00

Coffee

10.30

Welcome!

10.35

Pecha kucha from each Stockholm centre:

  • Berzelii Center EXSELENT on Porous Materials at Stockholm University: Extremely Selective and Enantio-selective nanoporous materials for controlled sorption and catalysis
  • hero-m centre at KTH: Hierarchic Engineering of Industrial Materials
  • BiMaC Innovation at KTH: Biofibre Materials Centre
  • ProNova at KTH: Protein Technology
  • iPack at KTH: Ubiquitous Intelligence in Paper and Packaging
  • ECO2 at KTH: Economical and Ecological Vehicle Design
  • CESC at KTH: Sustainable Communications
  • Mobile Life Centre at Stockholm University: Seroius research about the "un-serious"

11.30

Exhibition: demonstrations of tangible results from Stockholm-based Berzelii and VINNex centers

13.00

Lunch

14.00

How to commercialize research results in Sweden

  • The dangers of Academic Entrepreneurship, Karl Wennberg, Stockholm School of Economics & Ratio Institute
  • Bluetail, Lensway, Klarna, Midsummer and Tobii: lessons learnt from being a serial entrepreneur in Sweden, Jane Walerud, serial entrepreneur
  • Forming new companies based on cutting edge academic research - the Serendipity Way, Saeid Esmaeilzadeh, Serendipity
  • How commercialisation happens in Silicon Valley - what can we learn? Martin Körling, Ericsson Research Silicon Valley

15.20

Fika + World Café discussion with presenters and centre leaders

16.15

Panel-Discussion: The presenters from the previous session will return to the stage to discuss the questions raised at the World Café.