A few words about the Technology Transfer Office
The Technology Transfer Office of NTUA was re-established in 2020 with the aim of effectively linking the research activity of the Institution with the productive sector of the country. This connection aims both at strengthening the production and the economy of the country, but also at strengthening and expanding the research activity of the Institution, while adhering to the academic principles and ethical rules of NTUA.
The office supports members of the academic and research community who have come up with potentially commercially exploitable research results or have creative ideas and wish to explore the possibility of turning them into products and services offered by viable business ventures. At the same time, it is addressed to all the country’s manufacturing organisations seeking for applied research solutions, products and services that can be developed in collaboration with the polytechnic community, towards the development of added value, new productive activity with innovative features that improve the competitiveness of domestic organisations and create quality jobs in the country.
News – Announcements
Stay up to date with the news and actions of the Technology Transfer Office
The Rector’s Council of the NTUA, in its meeting on 13/2/2023, approved the establishment of the spin-off company “R-AMS Spin-off IKE” and the participation of NTUA in the shareholding of the company. R-AMS was founded by Prof. Costas Charitidis of the NTUA School of Chemical Engineering and Evangelia Karaxis (CONIFY SMPC), Anna Karatza (BIOG3D SMPC) and Ilias Koumoulos, who have been members […]
The Rector’s Council of NTUA, in its meeting on 27 December 2022, approved the establishment of the spin-off company of NTUA, “TopoTronics Spin-off PC” and the participation of NTUA in the shareholding structure of the company. TopoTronics is established by Dr. George Piniotis, Laboratory Teaching Staff member and Dr. Athanasios Mpimis, Researcher, at the Laboratory of Geodesy […]
The Rector’s Council of NTUA, in its meeting on 21/09/2022, approved the establishment of the spin-off company of NTUA, under the name “PRINSUS Private Company spin-off” and the participation of NTUA in the shareholding structure of the company. PRINSUS is created by Dr. Magdalini Krokida, Professor of the School of Chemical Engineering, and her team, […]