An Empirical Study of the Technology Transfer Potential of EU Security and Trust R&D Projects

@inproceedings{Gramatica2014AnES,
  title={An Empirical Study of the Technology Transfer Potential of EU Security and Trust R\&D Projects},
  author={Martina de Gramatica and Fabio Massacci and Olga Gadyatskaya},
  booktitle={CSP Forum},
  year={2014}
}
European R&D Projects are characterised by a significant presence of industry and by heavy reports of exploitation plans. An intriguing question is therefore whether such projects actually delivered the technology transfer their funder is longing for. This report presents a comprehensive study on the innovation potential of FP7 projects funded by the ICT Call 1 for Trustworthy ICT and the Joint ICT and Security Call and is based on documental evidence and ethnographic research. 

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