TTO Program – Support for technology transfer offices

TTO Program – Support for technology transfer offices

In 2017, CRDTT  implemented four technology transfer projects, with the addition of funding for the National Support Program for Transfer Technology (UTT), led by HAMAG-BICRO.
The goal of the UTT program is to increase the number of not only licensed commercially relevant technologies but also the new spin-off companies resulting from scientific research results.

Implementing partners are components of the University, which are also the holders of intellectual property rights on technology, whose commercialization is supported by UTT program projects.

UTT projects provide additional support for the commercialization of technologies:

  • System for telemetric temperature measurement for rotational drivetrain elements (RotoTemp)
  • Human Powered Electronic Transmission (HuPowET)
  • Spatial orientation testing for early detection of Alzheimer disease(SPOT-ALZ)
  • Genomic Tests for Diagnosis of Neurorasive Diseases (GENOMA-TEH)