CERTIFIED TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER PROFESSIONALS (CTTP) PROGRAMME
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ABOUT CTTP

CERTIFIED TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER PROFESSIONALS (CTTP) PROGRAMME

Practitioners that are involved in technology transfer and intellectual property (IP) commercialization operations need to know the process steps and critical factors that lead to transform early technology opportunities in the form of laboratory inventions into successful innovations available in the market.

CERTIFIED TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER PROFESSIONAL

Organizational growth, as well as survival, is becoming more dependent on innovation, yet no company or organization can hope to have all its required technology to be developed in-house. Thus, at some stage, it will be necessary to import technology. In the development of corporate strategy, it is considered essential that there should be a subset strategy relating to technology or R&D which differentiates in-house technological capability and availability, and technology that must be imported.

Technology transfer is, often, a complex process and requires cooperation at a number of organisational levels. A lack of understanding of the processes of technology transfer leads to numerous problems and in some cases, disaster, with large amounts of money spent and little to show for it. It is imperative, therefore, that a well-planned and executed programme is developed to avoid many of the possible pitfalls.

It is very difficult to arrive at one model for technology transfer because each technology has different elements. However, the results of some recent research suggest that there are some basic rules that do apply across the board and if these are followed, then the successful outcome of the transfer is high.

Learning Objectives

Formulate an action plan to transfer a technology (IP) from lab to market. Our aim is to train and develop Certified Technology Transfer Professionals to promote knowledge exchange among quadruple helix community, in order to strengthen the cooperation and transfer of innovations from research labs into industrial exploitation. Our goal is also further strengthening the knowledge base and experience of technology transfer professionals at research organizations.

Requirements

BE A CERTIFIED TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER PROFESSIONAL

 

  1. Minimum Requirement Diploma and /or
  2. Minimum three (3) months to 6 years of experience in Technology Transfer or knowledge transfer field.
  3. Need to complete 8 modules of training which is equivalent to 40 credits
  4. Need to submit an assessment after the end of the program
  5. Once completed will be admitted to the Technology Transfer Managers Association of Malaysia
  6. Every two years need to attend 10 credits of course attended.

CERTIFIED TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER PROFESSIONALS

CTTP Members

Dr Raguraman Gurusamy

CTTP
Registration Number: 001/2022

Sangeetha Visvalingam

CTTP
Registration Number: 002/2022

Dr Rezal Khairi Ahmad

CTTP
Registration Number: 003/2022

Mohamad Hafiz Zolkipli

CTTP
Registration Number: 004/2022

Dr Daniel Bien

CTTP
Registration Number: 005/2022

Murni Ali

CTTP
Registration Number: 006/2022

Khairienna Ahtar Khairuddin

CTTP
Registration Number: 007/2022

Hairul Hafiz Hasbullah

CTTP
Registration Number: 008/2022

Ummul Khair Abdullah

CTTP
Registration Number: 009/2022

A. Mulia Hafgizayatullah Amiruddin

CTTP
Registration Number: 010/2022

Devandran Krishnan

CTTP
Registration Number: 011/2022

Dr Nurul Izyan Supiandi

CTTP
Registration Number: 012/2022

Nurul Aini Azam

CTTP
Registration Number: 013/2022

Dr Taufik Sulaiman

CTTP
Registration Number: 014/2022

Mohamad Shazwan Abdullah

CTTP
Registration Number: 015/2022

Nanthakumar Karuppiah

CTTP
Registration Number: 016/2022

Varmeeni -s Sarawanan

CTTP
Registration Number: 017/2022

Renuga Surianarayanan

CTTP
Registration Number: 018/2022

Moganapria Palanyveloo

CTTP
Registration Number: 019/2021

Dr. Thamil Vaani

CTTP
Registration Number: 020/2021