The 6th China Jiangsu Conference for International Technology Transfer and Commercialization (CITTC) is consisted of five sessions including Plenary Session, Technology Briefings, Symposium on Belt and Road Collaborative Innovation and Technology Transfer, B2B Meetings and Site Visits.
I. Plenary Session (November 8, 09:00 - 09:45)
Addresses and speeches by distinguished Chinese and international representatives
II. Technology Briefings (November 8, 10:00 - 12:00)
1. Technology Briefings - key partner countries (November 8, 10:00-12:00, 13:30-17:30)
Universities, research institutes, multinational corporations and technology transfer agencies from key partner countries including Canada, Australia, France, Netherlands, Sweden, Russia and Korea will deliver briefings on their technology information.
2. Technology Briefings - priority fields (November 8, 10:00-12:00, 13:30-17:30) Briefings of priority fields including data science, life sciences, green growth, etc. will be delivered and workshops will be conducted.
III. Symposium on Belt and Road Collaborative Innovation and Technology Transfer (November 8, 10:00-12:00)
International representatives from universities, research institutes and government innovation departments in the Belt and Road countries will discuss with domestic representatives on topics including joint laboratory establishment and technology transfer cooperation. International and domestic representatives will explore ideas and initiatives for innovative cooperation on the basis of “consultation, co-construction and sharing” and work to form long-term cooperation mechanisms.
IV. B2B Meetings (November 8, 13:30 -17:30)
One-to-one meetings will be arranged between international organizations and Jiangsu enterprises based on online appointments and interactions prior to the Conference. (Scale: 25 desks. 300 pairs of one-to-one meetings with 20 minutes for each pair)
V. Site Visits (November 9 -10)
International representatives will be grouped according to countries and fields. 2-3 site visits will be planned mainly for high-tech zones in southern Jiangsu while high-tech zones with strong demand for international cooperation in central and northern Jiangsu will also be taken into consideration.