Our aim is to promote exchange and collaboration between members through networking and business opportunities, the creation and development of innovative collaborative projects allowing to setup startups and spin-offs in the medium term.
Innovation and collaborative entrepreneurship are essential to achieve a knowledge-based economy and sustainable socio-economic development. One of the prerequisites for successful implementation of a national strategy is the commitment of the various ministries and departments involved to value the research results. Such a commitment will lead to ownership, the use of research results and the acquisition of technologies through the creation of innovative companies. The bet of a transition to economic models allowing the creation of high value-added companies passes through spaces of innovation that remain to be created. Innovation infrastructures are real instruments for promoting STI, entrepreneurship development and the creation of new jobs.
Thus, the setting up of incubators and business spaces on campuses allows the emergence of an ecosystem of technological development and innovation able to significantly solve the costs of foreign outsourcing. Several factors are in favor of such a strategy with programs that can be launched in the areas of ICT, e-health, smart cities, agriculture and irrigation, electronic payment, e-learning and e-maintenance. In terms of startups, the actual creation of companies from academic incubators remains rare due to administrative constraints related to the regulation of common services. Great ideas lose their effects by facing administrative slowness and lack of mechanisms for young people to express their talents, despite the availability of many infrastructures.
Centre of Innovation and Technology Transfer (CITT)
CITT is a scientific institution bringing together actors from the professional world and research. It provides scientific and technological expertise to companies that do not have research / development center and also allows the transfer of technology between research structures and the professional world (creation of innovative companies, exploitation of patents). CITT are located in Bejaia, Tlemcen, Batna and Biskra.
National Incubators and structures for incubation
Incubators are special spaces for hosting innovative projects that have a direct link with research. They help project leaders to formalize their ideas and validate the feasibility of projects. They offer to project promoters support in terms of training, advice and financing and host them until the creation of Startups. We have two national incubators in Chlef and Ouargla universities, while 13 others are waiting for agreement.
Fablabs are dedicated spaces for the design, prototyping, and production of physical objects. These 26 open spaces created in universities provide access to 3D printers, pending additional equipment like 3D scanner, laser cutter, vinyl cutter, electronic bench, scroll saw and software. Fablabs have become meeting places for students designers, engineers, and robotics specialists. These spaces are more and more appreciated.
Challenges: Competitions for Incubation
In order to promote the innovation and employability of researchers and students, the research centers were invited to plan the organization of challenge on innovative ideas related to themes within their areas of expertise.
CERIST: Smart living and environment
Following the success of the first edition of the challenge- in June 2018, the CERIST is organising a second edition October 15th to 17th. The call is launched for students. The laureates will receive a personalized assistance in the incubators and will be accompanied until the implementation of his/her start-up. Themes 2019 : Smart Environment, Smart Health, Smart Agriculture, Smart Transportation.
CRBT: Device design for medical diagnosis
The Biotechnology Research Center launched the first edition of the BiotechInnov challenge from March 26 to 28, 2018. After a pre-selection of the submitted projects, sixteen candidates participated to the final competition. selection was made by a jury of experts, based on criteria of originality, innovative idea and its feasibility. Four laureates were awarded during the closing ceremony in the last day.
Valorisation of Research Products
More than 400 products were exposed during the National Research Products Exhibition (July 2018). Experts identified 153 projects which could be incubated for creating startups. This is to confirm the ability of researchers to take on board the concerns of the socio-economic sector, when these are expressed and formalized within a partnership framework.
Presentation of some products among hundred of others
Automatic management of gas leaks
The automatic system of power cut-off and extraction in case of gas leak, proposed meets the need for safety and security of homes, laboratories, schools, factories and workshops. It consists of automatic management of burned and / or unburned gas leaks to avoid possible explosions or asphyxiation. Contact: Amirouche Saïfi. Workshop leader Prototyping and maintenance of scientific equipment
Solar Cell - Solar Panel
It is a solar cell made of multicrystalline silicon type-p with homogeneous emitter. The product may be of interest to the field of the multicrystalline silicon solar cell manufacturing industry. It applies to the field of photovoltaic energy and may be of interest to installers of private or public solar panels. Contact Kerkar Fouad, Semiconductor Technology Research Center for Energetics (CRTSE).
Drone AMEL 4-1700
Fixed-wing HDD launched by hand and powered by an electric motor for industrial applications, surveillance and a platform for Algerian universities and research centers. There are several fields of application, including industrial installations. This product can be developed according to a user-specific specification. Contact KECHIDA Ahmed, Industrial Technologies Research Center (CRTI).
Natural polysaccharide "STEVIA"
Stevia is a food additive or dietary supplement. The active compounds of stevia are stevioside and rebaudiosides, which have up to 150 times the sweetness of sugar, they are thermostable, stable at pH and non-fermentable. Its field of application is the agri-food and pharmaceutical sector. Contact YOUSFI Tarek, Biotechnology Research Center (CRBt)
Saffron Crop (Crocus sativa L.)
This product reduces the pressure on natural resources, preserving forest biodiversity. It allows water saving with adaptation to climate change and agricultural practices (rationalization of water consumption) and Improvement and diversification of income and living conditions of local residents. Contact HAMANI, National Forest Research Institute (INRF).
GIS and ALSAT2 Prints
The aim is to produce various maps for effective decision making in management procedures and to show the contribution of spatial techniques (imagery and GIS) in the management of the territory in general. Applications for Urban Management, Environment, Local Communities. Contact SAIDI Ahmed, Spatial Techniques Center / Algerian Space Agency (ASAL)
Quadriform rotors (X)
Rotary wing aircraft having four rotors in the form (X) for its lift. Its fields of application are many, including the inspection of industrial installations. This product can be developed according to specifications. Contact KECHIDA Ahmed, Industrial Technologies Research Center (CRTI)
H-Darrieus Vertical Axis Wind Turbine
The system is designed to convert some of the wind kinetic energy into useful mechanical energy gain by means of a three-bladed wind rotor. This wind turbine is useful for agricultural development in the Saharan region. Contact FERROUDJI, Renewable Energy Development Center.
Free radicals, substances responsible for premature aging of the body, antioxidants or anti-aging help to stay in shape longer. It is recommended for human health and provides a well being. produced in drugstore. Contact Bensouici Chawki, Biotechnology Research Center (CRBt).
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