The Industrial Liaison Office is dedicated to establishing and maintaining fruitful collaborations between IIT and industry partners.
[Industrial Liaison] - Introduction
[Industrial Liaison] - Research Contracts
Sponsored research commercial agreements are innovative research projects commissioned by sponsoring companies or research entities to promote the transfer of IIT technologies to industrial sectors.
[Industrial Liaison] - Research Contracts list
Collaborative projects that develop new IIT or joint technologies and explore their potential applications in specific fields.
Technological services, such as measurements and analyses, provided by IIT labs using advanced technologies and expertise.
Supply of goods
High-tech solutions, lab-scale materials, and prototypes from IIT that can be purchased by industrial or research entities.
[Industrial Liaison] - Technology Teaser
Each teaser document contains technical and scientific information on the developed technology, as well as market insights, competitor analyses, and potential advantages over existing solutions.
[Industrial Liaison] - Technology Teasers button
[Industrial Liaison] - Licensing
Licensing is crucial to carry out successfully the “Second Mission” of IIT, consisting in contributing to the Innovation process by transferring Intellectual Property to both established companies and start-ups, thus transforming new technologies into tangible products and services, in exchange of fees to further support IIT research.
The Technology Transfer Office is continuously engaged in pushing the licensing of its own portfolio of patens whilst assessing the potential economic value of such technologies and constantly enhancing our network of industrial players and potential partners.
Below are the IIT Technology Teasers, which comprise both technical and market information on a selection of IIT technologies available for licensing. Move the mouse on the image to zoom it and click on to download the file.
The IIT foundation reserves the right to verify the out-licensing availability of each single patent due to the possibility of an existing exclusive license (granted or optioned).