Development of a commercialisation-ready and research framework model as a systematic methodology for facilitating knowledge and technology transfer in ArtScience product and process development.

Activity: Examination typesThesis Examination


This Doctorate addressed the lack of a suitable commercialisation framework to enable ArtScience research projects to identify IP and take advantage of opportunity recognition to generate outcomes that could be licensed and patented. The framework developed in the first part of the Doctorate was used to develop a design-tested prototype for the first art-based spirometry platform for adolescent asthma patients. The framework will aid the ArtScience sector in generating IP income and becoming more sustainable and self-sufficient and less reliant on government funding. The SpiroArtis project will be further developed for eventual commercialisation with an international industry partner.
Period16 Mar 2023
ExamineeDusan Bojic
Examination held at
  • Queensland University of Technology (QUT)
Degree of RecognitionLocal


  • artscience
  • commercialisation
  • spirometry
  • gamification design
  • Visualisation