Jansa, Sixto


Sixto Jansa

Director of the UNED Technology Transfer Office. ESADE Degree in Business Administration, Master’s Degree in Sociology by Universidad Complutense de Madrid, and Advanced Research Studies by UNED. Previous experience as Business consultant in manufacturing, financial and services industries in Spain and Latin-American. Associated teacher at Universidad Carlos III of Madrid and at UNED. Currently Operations Management professor in Executive MBA Programs. Member of ESCP Europe Faculty and was Director of Studies in ESCP Europe Madrid Campus. Currently working with scientists and companies in innovation projects, dealing with legal, financial and Industrial Property issues and promoting scientific entrepreneurship projects.

Academic studies: 2009: Advanced Studies Diploma (DEA) from UNED. 1986: Business Administration Degree by ESADE. 1984: Master’s Degree in Sociology by Universidad Complutense (Madrid)

Working experience:

[2010-actual] UNED, Managing Director of TTO: Research results management, technology scouting, patens management, promotions, financing, internal communication, scientific Spinoff creation, Turnover of 2,2 Million Euros. Member of Directors Committee of International Doctorate School at UNED.

[2009-2001] ESCP EUROPE Business School, Paris Chamber of Commerce. Director of Studies. Professor of Operations management.

[2001-1993] I+C Innovation and Growth, business consultant: Productivity and management projects for financial, manufacturing and services companies.

Previous: Consultant.

Academic experience: Professor of Operations management at Claustro Senior and at ESCP Europe, Affiliate Professor at Universidad Carlos III of Madrid and at UNED.

Research and Publications: Co-author of the book “Reflexiones sobre la ciencia en España. Cómo salir del atolladero”. Co-author of paper “LA I+D+I EMPRESARIAL COMO OPORTUNIDAD PARA EL EMPRENDIMIENTO CIENTÍFICO” Publication expected in 2017. Summary of Oslo and Frascatti handbook of OCDE about Research, Development and Innovation