The KTI Conference 2016 took place on Friday, 18th November, in Killashee Hotel, Co. Kildare. The theme of this years conference was collaborative research.
The conference was opened by Minister for Training, Skills and Innovation, John Halligan TD and a welcoming address was given by Karl Flannery. An experienced panel of industry gave their insights into what makes for a successful research collaboration and a series of keynote speakers shared their views on building relationships, contracting and global trends. Knowledge Transfer Ireland Director, Alison Campbell, closed the conference by speaking about how KTI and what we do is all about the people involved and the community at-large.
Find out more about the key takeaways from the event here or view our highlights video here.
Keynote Speakers at the KTI Conference 2016 included:
Maureen Kelly, Keystone Law. Maureen shared her legal expertise in successful contracting for collaborative research.
To see Maureen's presentation, please clickhere.
Rupert Osborn, IP Pragmatics. As a CEO, Rupert reflected on the changes he has seen along with giving his insights on international development of collaborative research.
To see Rupert's presentation, please click here.