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    About JITRI
    Established in December 2013, Jiangsu Industrial Technology Research Institute (JITRI) is chartered with the crucial role to promote and to support the industrial technology research and commercialization of advanced technologies that may significantly impact the economic development of Jiangsu Province.

JITRI is aimed to be a top industrial technology research center in China that may further have significant influences in the world. It focuses on bridging the gap between fundamental technology research and their commercialization of by taking on industrial technology researches. It further focuses on researches that serve the needs stemming from economic structure transformation and the purposes of industrial innovation and market oriented product development.

So far, JITRI has 39 specialty research institutes and over 6,000 personnel, as well as about 500,000㎡ of operating sites, RMB 2.6 billion (US$ 500 million) of equipment and annual total R&D expenditure of about RMB 1.5 billion (US$ 300 million). There are nearly 1,000 technological outcome transferred and transformed by the various specialized research institutes. About 260 start-ups have been established, 17 of them have went public or about to go public. JITRI has established 7 provincial industrial technology innovation centers in the fields of nanotechnology, medical equipment, intelligent equipment, laser and optoelectronics, telecommunication and network, environmental-protection equipment, and internet of things etc. JITRI has recruited 49 project managers(31-Institute Establishment and 18-Key Project)so far, and attracted nearly 200 world-class researchers and engineers globally.


To insist one direction

Complete the market orientation mechanism

of industrial technology innovation

To highlight two functions

Service the company innovation

Guide the industry development

To guide three categories of resources

University platform

R&D institute

Top innovative achievements worldwide

To implement four reforms

One institute two systems

Evaluation of contract research

Project manager

Share right incentive

Organizational Structure

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