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        1 - Industry-university relationship: lessons learned and experiences gained
        mohammad mahdi fanaei
        In the last few decades, the challenge of "industry-university relationship" has been the most important current issue in the country. "Standard and standard attitude" is a kind of practical thinking that is organized from the integration of global experiences and publi Full Text
        In the last few decades, the challenge of "industry-university relationship" has been the most important current issue in the country. "Standard and standard attitude" is a kind of practical thinking that is organized from the integration of global experiences and public knowledge. One of the most important words in all standards developed at the international, national and organizational levels is the word "root cause". Ensuring the dynamism and reliability of the industry is the full observance of the necessary standards. Industrial culture grows by accepting and applying the standard in various dimensions of production and service, and expresses its impact beautifully. Those involved in the field of planning and implementation in the issue of the relationship between university and industry, should pay more attention to the observance of "professional and engineering ethics".At the heart of this is a commitment to honesty and belief in effectiveness. Knowing and applying engineering ethics charters around the world not only deepens the perspective but also expands the scope of action commitment. Ethics is a basic necessity for sustainable scientific development. Reproducing the issue of education and training at the university level is a very important challenge. University education is theoretical and does not have a skill or professional approach. The goal of the human resources industry is to train skilled craftsmen to do the job. The bridge between the university and industry is reliable with the aim of applying the lessons learned and the experiences gained. Manuscript Document
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        2 - A look at the structure of research management in Germany
        Gevork grptian
        This paper examines the structure of German research management. In this regard, segregation of duties in the policy-making layers, sponsors and implementers of research is proposed and then the institutionalization approach in research is presented. Finally, how to fin Full Text
        This paper examines the structure of German research management. In this regard, segregation of duties in the policy-making layers, sponsors and implementers of research is proposed and then the institutionalization approach in research is presented. Finally, how to finance and discuss how to plan international activities is discussed. Conclusion The article provided highlights and suggestions on national perspectives. Manuscript Document
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        3 - The Fourth Industrial Revolution and the Necessary Approaches for Scientific, Economic and Industrial Policymakers
        Ali Akbar Safavi
        Undoubtedly, the developments resulting from new technologies in recent years have changed the way views and all scientific, social, economic and industrial dimensions in the world. These changes are increasing much faster than before, and therefore aware people in any Full Text
        Undoubtedly, the developments resulting from new technologies in recent years have changed the way views and all scientific, social, economic and industrial dimensions in the world. These changes are increasing much faster than before, and therefore aware people in any society, both from an individual and managerial position, prepare for these changes, and vulnerable individuals and communities (from an intellectual, managerial, and program perspective). They will lag behind the caravan of growth and excellence day by day. For example, a brief and even simple look at the effects of information and communication technologies over the past few decades can shed light on changes in social interactions, the shape of national and international markets, economic approaches, and security issues. The fourth wave of industry or (Industry 4.0) is one of these technological developments that is taking place as a revolution and with the same common meaning of revolution. The fourth industrial wave refers to the fourth industrial revolution. This revolution will change production processes, make supply chains and production processes more interconnected, efficient and flexible, and expand the discussion of customization and virtual production.Everyone is talking about the fourth wave of industry. But what exactly does this mean? And what was it before that? The purpose of this article is a comprehensive review of future developments and technologies and their effects on industry and other dimensions of society. Understanding the emerging digital developments, we need to review the results of research and possible guidelines or solutions. In this way 1. Policies and roadmaps that all related industries should pursue to succeed in the future; 2. Theoretical as well as practical challenges and possible related solutions, 3. Changes in managerial and educational approaches and the contents of scientific disciplines, Will be mentioned. Manuscript Document
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        4 - Government, university and industry collaborations
        fatollah ommi mohammadreza salimi
        The challenge of the relationship between academia and industry is an issue that experts and academics and industry officials have been addressing more and more in recent years and are looking for safe and planned solutions and ways to strengthen this relationship. The Full Text
        The challenge of the relationship between academia and industry is an issue that experts and academics and industry officials have been addressing more and more in recent years and are looking for safe and planned solutions and ways to strengthen this relationship. The relationship between industry and academia has been discussed in the country for several decades, and the first statements of the Supreme Leader in this regard date back to 1990, but what is certain is that there has been no effective relationship between science, academia and industry; Today, more than ever, the structure of science, technology and industry in the country needs to be reviewed and interacted as much as possible, and industry stakeholders must accept the fact that, along with the university, they will be able to fully absorb technology.This is part of His Holiness's statement in a group meeting of university professors, elites and researchers: "We have talked a lot about 'beneficial science'; "That is, the science that solves the problems of the country; the solution of the problems of the country is a beneficial science, that is, it is a scientific confrontation with the various problems that exist in the country." At first glance, perhaps the biggest problem in the communication space between industry, society and academia is the technical issue, but upon entering this space, it is seen that this is not the case in practice, and it seems that lack of information, lack of trust and lack of motivation are the three main pillars. ; Too often, our industry and society are unaware of the capacity and potential of knowledge-based companies, academic companies, and faculty members.In the current era, universities and entrepreneurs have a greater mission and social responsibility in the face of economic development, productivity in production and the creation of sustainable income, and a connection with industry and production. These basic problems led to the presentation of research in this area to be able to be effective in removing existing barriers. One of the most important challenges in the relationship between industry and the university is the academic level of Iran's first-ranked universities, which is at the level of international knowledge, while Iran's industry is at the level of developing countries. Be Manuscript Document
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        5 - Images and macro-plans of the future industry of leading countries Implications, findings; Lessons for government, academia and industry
        Mohammad reza Karimi ghohroudi masoud shafiee
        Achieving a superior industrial civilization and the development of advanced and intelligent industry in the future is one of the major goals and serious concerns of many developed and leading countries in the world. Therefore, these countries have taken action to visua Full Text
        Achieving a superior industrial civilization and the development of advanced and intelligent industry in the future is one of the major goals and serious concerns of many developed and leading countries in the world. Therefore, these countries have taken action to visualize and visualize their future industry, and in order to realize these images, they have prepared various national plans and roadmaps and made extensive and targeted investments. As we see today, several major programs in the world are competing to build a future industrial civilization. This article is a qualitative study with a descriptive-analytical approach with the aim of comparative study of images, perspectives and future industry plans of leading countries in order to optimize and extract implications, lessons First, the new future paradigm and civilization, ie the fourth industrial revolution, is briefly introduced, and then the most important images and macro-plans of the future industry of the three leading countries in the face of this revolution, including the European Union, especially Germany (fourth and fifth generation industry), China. (Made in China 2025 and the superpower of production in 2049), the United States (IoT, advanced and intelligent manufacturing 2030) briefly identifies and finally comparatively examines these images, the most important key findings, implications, lessons and teachings Provided for government, academia and industry. It is necessary for our dear country, with a deep understanding of these images and grand plans, to have an intelligent confrontation with these developments so that it does not suffer from strategic surprises.and teachings for development. Is the country's industry. Manuscript Document
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        6 - Necessity and methods of developing interaction and cooperation between university and industry
        mohammad saeid seif saeid jahanjiri
        Cooperation between the industrial sector and universities is undoubtedly one of the areas that is discussed in all countries and can have a decisive impact on the economy and industry of that country. Therefore, establishing a coherent and organized relationship betwee Full Text
        Cooperation between the industrial sector and universities is undoubtedly one of the areas that is discussed in all countries and can have a decisive impact on the economy and industry of that country. Therefore, establishing a coherent and organized relationship between industries and universities is one of the basic needs of countries. This connection helps universities to align their educational and research activities with the needs of society and industry, and to develop specialists and researchers who can truly meet the needs of industry. In recent years, the cooperation between academia and industry in some areas has brought important achievements to the country, but there are still very important measures that can be taken to increase synergy and cooperation between universities and industrial units.Fortunately, in this regard, the country's universities and research institutes have started appropriate measures and have defined and implemented useful programs and models to develop community and industry relations contracts, improve internships, graduate employment, help solve national challenges and similar cases. The pathology of the relationship between academia and industry and the sharing of successful experiences of higher education institutions and executive bodies are very important in strengthening this relationship. For this purpose, in this article, a summary of the situation of the country's universities and research institutes is presented and new programs that can be effective in improving the situation are described. Manuscript Document
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        7 - Entrepreneurial University, Requirements and Musts
        heydar mirfakhreddin
        The change in the role of the university due to the change in economic-political orientations at the end of the Cold War, led to a change in attitudes toward research in academic centers. Given the new economic orientations that have shifted the role of economic managem Full Text
        The change in the role of the university due to the change in economic-political orientations at the end of the Cold War, led to a change in attitudes toward research in academic centers. Given the new economic orientations that have shifted the role of economic management from government to market and have led to a change in attitudes toward research in universities and research centers, the demand has emerged that universities should minimize the public resources used in research. To compensate and play a more active role in the growth and development of society.At the same time, the formation of the knowledge-based economy has highlighted the role of knowledge as a more prominent factor in creating added value, wealth creation than the traditional factors of production in the economy, namely land, labor and capital. In addition to research and education, the university has another third role, which is to participate in the socio-economic development of society.These changes in the approach to resource allocation and the role of knowledge in wealth creation and the change in the direction of economic management have led to growing attention to the commercialization approach to research results in universities and research centers in developed countries. He concluded that research results should be sold to private and public sector companies in order to create other sources of revenue for these centers while funding research activities.Commercialization means turning research results into products, services, and processes that can be sold. Thus, this process emphasizes the application of research results and the creation of economic value for these results.As a result, fostering entrepreneurial ideas in the process of business development for wealth creation, value creation, taking advantage of comparative opportunities and advantages, and combining innovations and technologies in the direction of economic dynamism; Directing stray capital and directing investment flows in productive and entrepreneurial businesses within the university's capabilities;Social partners and students and teachers; It is recommended to prevent the erosion of entrepreneurial businesses in the light of continuous and process-oriented facilitations in the dimensions of consulting, financial, institutional, etc. Manuscript Document
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        8 - identifying the obstcales of knowledge based spinoff companies in Islamic Azad University
        hakimeh niky esfahlan mohammad reza hallaj yousefy heidar mortezapour
        Today's economy is a knowledge economy, and among them, the role of knowledge-based companies in the development and application of science and in the economic growth and development of present societies as a prominent role is of particular importance. In this regard, u Full Text
        Today's economy is a knowledge economy, and among them, the role of knowledge-based companies in the development and application of science and in the economic growth and development of present societies as a prominent role is of particular importance. In this regard, universities as the most important vehicle for the production of science due to its special conditions and characteristics, including model and excellence for other institutions and organizations are trying to keep up with the production of science and knowledge in its application through the creation of knowledge based spinn-off companies. But like other activities in this regard, there are still obstacles that despite the efforts of this group of organs has not achieved a good and successful result so far, so this study with the approach of identifying these obstacles tries to take a step towards removing these obstcales and to facilitate the application of knowledge through universities. This research is classified as applied research in terms of purpose and descriptive survey method has been used to collect research data. The data collection tool was a questionnaire that in the first stage of identifying barriers were distributed among 80 people and in the second stage of prioritizing these barriers among experts including 12 faculty members in different fields of Hadishahr Branch of Azad University. In this study, we used factor analysis method to identify barriers in the first stage, which resulted in identifying three categories of environmental, organizational and individual barriers in creating rspin-off companies in university . The results of prioritizing barriers using group AHP method showed organizational barriers is placed in the first place, respectively, environmental barriers are in the second place and individual barriers are in the third place to the establishment of university knowledge-based spin-off companies Manuscript Document
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        9 - Develop a strategic model for the relationship between the university and "industry" with the aim of attracting students
        Mahdi Bahardoost fariba hanifi hasan shahrakipor
        The purpose of this article is to develop a strategic model for the relationship between university and "industry" with the aim of attracting students.The research method was heuristic. The statistical population in the qualitative section includes three20people from th Full Text
        The purpose of this article is to develop a strategic model for the relationship between university and "industry" with the aim of attracting students.The research method was heuristic. The statistical population in the qualitative section includes three20people from three groups1) industrial experts; As a representative of the industry sector;2)Managers and experts of the Ministry of Industry, as representatives of the public sector and policy-making;3)Heads of universities and vice chancellors and members of the Planning Council of Free Universities, members of the Supreme Council of the Cultural Revolution who have richer experiences and information in the field of university-industry relations.The sampling approach was purposeful and the sampling method was key experts.The research tool was a semi-structured in-depth interview.In the qualitative part and in the first part,the extraction of data and components is based on the coding method and data method of the foundation.Then,interviews with experts and a questionnaire have been used to construct the research model.The model extracted from the analysis of research findings was designed in the form of seven main dimensions,and thirty-five criteria.The seven main dimensions are:"internal and external factors","external and external factors","policy-making and redesign","academic promotion","legal contexts","fundamental changes","institutionalization"in the quantitative part of the descriptive research method-Budo survey The statistical population includes31people including Azad University professors,Azad University presidents and activists in the field of industry,management and student recruitment issues who have been employed in different parts of the organization in the academic year 1398-1399 in accordance with the rules of formal,contract,and formal recruitment.The model was selected using purposive sampling approach and the method of key experts.The instrument used in the quantitative section was a researcher-made questionnaire based on the qualitative section content network. Manuscript Document
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        10 - Designing and validating the quality management model of research activities of faculty members of universities
        majid darabi
        The main purpose of this article is to design and validate a model for managing the quality of research activities of university faculty members. This research has been done in the framework of a qualitative and quantitative approach; For this purpose, in the qualitativ Full Text
        The main purpose of this article is to design and validate a model for managing the quality of research activities of university faculty members. This research has been done in the framework of a qualitative and quantitative approach; For this purpose, in the qualitative stage, 14 experts in the field of academic research quality were purposefully selected with a theoretical sampling strategy and interviewed in a semi-structured manner. Thematic analysis technique (theme) was used to analyze the data. After implementing the content of the interviews and their preliminary analysis, the codes or basic concepts were identified and in order to achieve the main categories, similar codes were placed in special categories. Finally, for each category, a title was selected that includes all the codes of that category. As a result of this study, the model of quality management of research activities of university faculty members was identified, which according to academic research experts, includes the dimensions of bedrock, policies and missions, planning, support / incentive systems, and the dimension of evaluation and monitoring. Are that the sum of them in the pattern is 25 components. The results of quantitative data analysis showed that the research sample evaluated the quality management model of research activities of university faculty members at the desired level and recognized the existence of these dimensions and their related components as important and important. Validation of the model designed in the research sample showed that all observable variables have a suitable factor load on their latent variable and according to PLS indicators have the necessary desirability to measure their corresponding latent variable. Also, the findings of the goodness of fit test and other quality indicators of the model showed that the proposed model of quality management model of research activities of faculty members of universities has the necessary quality and fit. Manuscript Document
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        11 - On the way to entrepreneurial university; Entrepreneurial University from theory to practice
        Hossein Samadi-Miarkolaei Hamzeh  Samadi-Miarkolaei
        Entrepreneurial University is a place where new jobs are created, this center supports entrepreneurial people. This support includes educational, financial and marketing support. In such universities, investors are provided with opportunities to anticipate their problem Full Text
        Entrepreneurial University is a place where new jobs are created, this center supports entrepreneurial people. This support includes educational, financial and marketing support. In such universities, investors are provided with opportunities to anticipate their problems and take advantage of the opportunities gained, which is itself a valuable experience in the field of finance and marketing. The occupations that benefit from these universities will certainly be at the forefront of the development of new technology. This technology is used in the production of goods and will lead to a higher standard of living.In the meantime, the purpose of the present study is to explain the situation of the entrepreneurial university in the universities of the third millennium with an experimental research design through a fuzzy inference system. The method of this research is survey method in terms of data collection and applied in terms of research purposes. The statistical population of this research is professors, experts and officials of Babol University of Technology.Findings showed that among the studied indices, only multidisciplinary multidisciplinary indices; University vision and mission; Knowledge transfer and growth center component, risk financing in university-derived companies has been at a desirable level, but other indicators are in poor condition.According to the descriptive and analytical findings of the present study, it should be noted that the emergence of entrepreneurial university is in fact a response to the growing importance of knowledge in the national and regional system of innovation and new perception of the university. Manuscript Document
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        12 - Reviewing and evaluating the resolutions of the 21st National Congress in the direction of tripartite cooperation between the government, academia and industry
        mohammadreza salehi masoud shafiee
        The National Congress of Government, University and Industry for National Development in recent years, with the cooperation of elites and experts from scientific, research and industrial centers, has been able to continuously provide useful solutions over time. Suggesti Full Text
        The National Congress of Government, University and Industry for National Development in recent years, with the cooperation of elites and experts from scientific, research and industrial centers, has been able to continuously provide useful solutions over time. Suggestions such as: "Creating an integrated industrial information and scientific system in the country's industry for access to timely information of industry and academia, creating and equipping laboratories Specialized national in order to provide optimal services to universities and industry, formulate a national research strategy and set priorities and improve the country's research management, modify and review the programs and educational chapters of universities, in accordance with modern technologies , Cooperation of government and executive organizations, universities and research institutes and industry to draw and formulate the national innovation system of the country, expansion of communication and scientific, technical and research cooperation with competent international institutions with systematic focus on efficient domestic forces and review Development of technology, homogeneous networking of industrial and research units, creation of software and brain infrastructure of government, university and industry communication in all provincial centers, using the experiences of other countries and university centers in the relationship between industry and university, especially Industrial and developed countries, setting up industry and business clinics in the provinces in cooperation with universities and industries to "One of the models of university-industry cooperation, strengthening the role of private sector institutions in the cycle of science and industry and research and technology activities", and many other things that could undoubtedly and can continue to be in the relationship between industry and academia Be path-breaking Manuscript Document