november, 2016

16nov09:0013:00INPACT 2nd bi-annual meeting 201609:00 - 13:00 Event Type:K4I Forum Conference

Time

(Wednesday) 09:00 - 13:00

Location

European Parliament | PHS 1A002

Event Details

Following the launch of ‘A Pact for Innovation’ (Pact) during the 7th European Innovation Summit last December and the Kick-off meeting that took place on 25 April in the European Parliament, we are now entered the Pact implementation phase.

Out of the 14 Pact priorities, 5 have been selected to start with at the 1st Working Group Meetings on 11 – 12 October 2016, European Parliament, Brussels and the topics will be further discussed at the bi-annual Pact Meeting on 16 November morning as part of the 8th EIS programme.

Issues:
• Mid-term review / post 2020 planning: MFF/H2020/30
• Regulatory Framework / Innovation Principle
• Next generation scientists, researchers, innovators, entrepreneurs
• Science communication / science and society
• Adapt political structures to new technologies and business models

Further information on the Pact, the 5 priorities and the Working group meetings is available here.

 

 The Pact for Innovation Summary from the 2nd bi-annual meeting

 

INPACT 2nd bi-annual meeting 2016
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INPACT 2nd bi-annual meeting 2016

Host

Vicky FordMEP

Eva Kaili, MEP

Angelika Mlinar, MEP

Cora van Nieuwenhuizen, MEP

Speakers for this event

  • Dr. Karachalios, Konstantinos

    Dr. Karachalios, Konstantinos

    Managing Director IEEE Standards Assoociation

    Managing Director IEEE Standards Assoociation

  • Fisher, Robbert

    Fisher, Robbert

    President, Knowledge4Innovation

    Robbert Fisher specializes in strategy and policy in the fields of R&D, technology transfer and innovation in general. His key focus is on ICT policy. Since 1st January 2020 he is principal associate investigator at the University de las Campinas in Sao Paolo Brazil, where he focuses on the further development of Big Data and AI for policy analysis, development and monitoring. Robbert is on the board of several start up companies, a trusted expert for the European Commission in the field of big data and AI, and since 2017 the president of K4I. From 2011 to 2019 Robbert was the managing director of the Joint Institute for Innovation Policy, a Brussels based think tank of four renowned RTO’s (TNO, VTT, Tecanalia and Joanneum Research). Prior to that he has founded two companies, from 1989 until 2000 he was a senior manager with PricewaterhouseCoopers. From 1991-1995 Robbert was seconded as an expert to the European Commission DG XIII (now DG CONNECT) in Luxembourg. Robbert received a Master’s degree Law, Leiden University, the Netherlands with special subjects Intellectual property, Information Systems and Business economics. He holds degrees in marketing and public relations. In addition, he is an alumnus of the PwC International Management Development Programme, and has followed executive courses at Darden Business School and Oxford Said Business School.

    President, Knowledge4Innovation

  • Leonard, Paul

    Leonard, Paul

    Member Board of Directors, European Risk Forum

    Member Board of Directors, European Risk Forum

  • Madelin, Robert

    Madelin, Robert

    Strategy Consultant; author of “Opportunity now: Europe’s mission to innovate”

    Strategy Consultant; author of “Opportunity now: Europe’s mission to innovate”

  • Markkula, Markku

    Markkula, Markku

    First Vice - President of the European Committee of the Regions

    First Vice - President of the European Committee of the Regions

  • Taylor, Graeme

    Taylor, Graeme

    Director of Public Affairs, ECPA

    Director of Public Affairs, ECPA

  • van Ee, Bertrand

    van Ee, Bertrand

    Senior Advisor, Climate-KIC

    Senior Advisor, Climate-KIC

  • Widegren, Erika

    Widegren, Erika

    Board Member of Citizen Communication Platform

    Board Member of Citizen Communication Platform

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