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Université de Liège, Interface Entreprises-Université de Liège (Belgium)

Organisation available for the Professional Exchange Call: 1 (Feb 2013 - Apr 2013)

Type of organisation: Technology Transfer Office

Website: www.interface.ulg.ac.be

Université de Liège, Interface Entreprises-Université de Liège (Belgium)

Areas of expertise looked for:
Patenting/IPR management, Licensing, Contract research,
Spin-offs creation, Technology assessment

Description:
The Interface Entreprises-Université is the technology transfer office of the University of Liege (Belgium).
Real link between the University of Liege and the socio-economic background, the Interface Entreprises-Université promotes and supports industrial collaborations in all fields of the University.

The Interface supports the university laboratories in their relations with the economic environment and the valuation of their research activities.
The Interface is the key access point for companies to the research potential and high technology of the University of Liege.

The Interface also promotes innovation within companies and academic laboratories.
The Interface consists of a multidisciplinary team focused on technology transfer involving scientists with practical experience in the industry world.

Integrated system for technology transfer :
The Interface provides, together with its partners, tailor-made support focused on technology transfer, including assistance in the search for innovative solutions, projects set-up and financing, training and business start (spin-off).

Numbers:

  • Priority patents : 225
  • Invention disclosures (2011) : 41
  • Number of granted patents : 592
  • Total licenses incomes earned (2011) : 4.354.000 €
  • Total number of spin-off companies grounded : 108
  • Research expenses (2011) : 240.000.000€


Contact Point
Name: Cécile Caulier
Function: Project Manager Entente
Department: Interface Entreprises-Université de Liège
Address:4 avenue pré Aily, 4031 Angleur, Belgium 
Email: c.caulier@ulg.ac.be

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Programme for 
research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement No 305128
 
  ENTENTE is supported by the European Commission and coordinated by Inserm-Transfert SA