What is knowledge valorization
Valorization entails the process of creating value from knowledge. This is accomplished by making knowledge suitable and available for economic or societal use. Example of such use is translating that knowledge into products, services, processes, and entrepreneurial activity.Read more
Read more about the Knowledge Valorization processes within TU/e.Read more
All documents and FAQ about IP, including contact details of the IP Specialists within TU/e.Read more
Who can help me?
The Gate supports valorization activities for TU/e. The team consists out of professionals within business development, intellectual property, finance and business incubation professionals. All are widely experienced in knowledge valorization, startup support and business incubation across a broad array of fields.Read more
You want to use Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) for your spin-off. This may include patent rights, copyright on software, database rights, design rights or trade secrets that are fully or partly owned or contributed by the University. In this document you find the conditions at which access to these IPR may be granted.Read more