MECHANISMS FOR TRANSFER OF TECHNOLOGY IN HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS
The research aims to identify the mechanisms for innovation available in Institutions of Science and Technology (TSI), in the Technological Innovation Core (TIC) and Incubator of Technological Based Companies (CBTI) administrators view. Was conducted a qualitative approach basic research. The semi-structured questionnaire was the instrument used for data collection. The scientific method was the phenomenological reality present in both TSI research populations. Results revealed difficulties, ICT's population, do not have a sector / department or site or group that consolidates the data and information concerning mechanisms, these are dispersed, being found in various departments. The research pointed fifty-seven (57) mechanisms as the topic Mechanisms for innovation in theoretical reference. It was found that TSI have internal strategies, in the view of the managers of the TIC and CBTI, these mechanisms enable entrepreneurial universities administer research and its results as a business, they are assuming the role of TSI in promoting the social, economic and technological. Of the fifty-seven (57) mechanisms, only one (01) was disregarded by TSI1 and fifteen (15) by TSI2. In this perspective presents important to consolidate and strengthen policies to support and encourage the spread of entrepreneurial culture and mechanisms for innovation. From the analysis of the way these actors differ in relation to the goal, there is a need for interaction between managers of CBTI and TIC, a level of cooperation in science and technology, a forward posture to make science and technology policies more coherent to the particularities of each TSI’s population, with the specificities of the region. Finally, the networking aspect of cooperation that goes beyond the scope of each TSI, institutional network, this training will enable a stimulus for sustainable long-term stimulus to the development of the Park Eco Technological of Ponta Grossa city, Paraná, step crucial to the achievement of regional development and R & D.