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Horizon 2020

Engaging stakeholders in the future Research and Innovation Framework


HORIZON 2020, the new EU Research and Innovation programme to be unveiled by the end of the year, could radically transform the financing landscape of European R&I. How do we ensure the new programme has a balanced governance system, includes a variety of stakeholders from an early stage, allows for public debate and engages citizens' participation, while ultimately meeting the societal aspirations for sustainable development? The aim of this stakeholders' meeting is to prepare for the adoption of HORIZON 2020 by learning from direct experiences and sharing ideas.

14:30

Registration at the ASP building – entrance place Luxembourg

INTRODUCTION                
15:00 - 15:10                        Introduction by the Chair – Greens/EFA MEP Philippe Lamberts 15:10 - 15:30                        Introduction on the future EU Common Strategic Framework
Prof. Luc Soete - Director of UNU Maastricht Economic and Social Research Institute on Innovation and Technology

15:30 - 16:45            
Part 1 : SETTING THE PRIORITIES RIGHT -Moderator MEP Philippe Lamberts

Building the European knowledge society - connecting innovation to the “Grand Challenges” Prof. Yann Moulier Boutang - Université de Technologie de Compiègne Role of social sciences and non-technological R&I
Dr Charlotte Fiala - Freie Universität Berlin (Researchers) Supporting  Eco-Innovative SMEs
Katharina Krell
– Greenovate! Europe

16:45 - 18:00            
Part 2 : GOVERNANCE AND PARTICIPATION - Moderator MEP Bas Eickhout 

Presentations Positive experiences of cooperative research and participation of  CSOs
Claudia Neubauer, PhD, Fondation Sciences Citoyennes Shortcomings and best-practices of public-private partnerships
Prof. Cees Buisman Wetsus, Centre for Sustainable Water Technology Success factors from the CIP/FP of SMEs innovative projects
Camino Correia, ZABALA Innovation Consulting 18: 00 - 18:15 Intervention by the Commission
Jack Metthey - Director DG RTD, Dir A
18:20 - 18:30 Conclusions by the Chair - MEP Philippe Lamberts

Horizon 2020

Engager les acteurs dans le futur cadre de Recherche et d'Innovation


(Programme uniquement disponible en anglais)

HORIZON 2020, the new EU Research and Innovation programme to be unveiled by the end of the year, could radically transform the financing landscape of European R&I. How do we ensure the new programme has a balanced governance system, includes a variety of stakeholders from an early stage, allows for public debate and engages citizens' participation, while ultimately meeting the societal aspirations for sustainable development? The aim of this stakeholders' meeting is to prepare for the adoption of HORIZON 2020 by learning from direct experiences and sharing ideas.

14:30

Registration at the ASP building – entrance place Luxembourg

INTRODUCTION                

15:00 - 15:10                       

Introduction by the Chair – Greens/EFA MEP Philippe Lamberts

15:10 - 15:30                       

Introduction on the future EU Common Strategic Framework
Prof. Luc Soete - Director of UNU Maastricht Economic and Social Research Institute on Innovation and Technology

15:30 - 16:45            
Part 1 : SETTING THE PRIORITIES RIGHT -Moderator MEP Philippe Lamberts

Building the European knowledge society - connecting innovation to the “Grand Challenges” Prof. Yann Moulier Boutang - Université de Technologie de Compiègne

Role of social sciences and non-technological R&I
Dr Charlotte Fiala - Freie Universität Berlin (Researchers)

Supporting  Eco-Innovative SMEs
Katharina Krell
– Greenovate! Europe

16:45 - 18:00            
Part 2 : GOVERNANCE AND PARTICIPATION - Moderator MEP Bas Eickhout 

Presentations

Positive experiences of cooperative research and participation of  CSOs
Claudia Neubauer, PhD, Fondation Sciences Citoyennes

Shortcomings and best-practices of public-private partnerships
Prof. Cees Buisman Wetsus, Centre for Sustainable Water Technology

Success factors from the CIP/FP of SMEs innovative projects
Camino Correia, ZABALA Innovation Consulting

18: 00 - 18:15

Intervention by the Commission
Jack Metthey - Director DG RTD, Dir A

18:20 - 18:30

Conclusions by the Chair - MEP Philippe Lamberts

 

Horizon 2020

Mehr Einbeziehung von Interessengruppen in Forschung und Innovation


 

HORIZON 2020, the new EU Research and Innovation programme to be unveiled by the end of the year, could radically transform the financing landscape of European R&I. How do we ensure the new programme has a balanced governance system, includes a variety of stakeholders from an early stage, allows for public debate and engages citizens' participation, while ultimately meeting the societal aspirations for sustainable development? The aim of this stakeholders' meeting is to prepare for the adoption of HORIZON 2020 by learning from direct experiences and sharing ideas.

14:30

Registration at the ASP building – entrance place Luxembourg

INTRODUCTION                

15:00 - 15:10                       

Introduction by the Chair – Greens/EFA MEP Philippe Lamberts

15:10 - 15:30                       

Introduction on the future EU Common Strategic Framework
Prof. Luc Soete - Director of UNU Maastricht Economic and Social Research Institute on Innovation and Technology

15:30 - 16:45            
Part 1 : SETTING THE PRIORITIES RIGHT -Moderator MEP Philippe Lamberts

Building the European knowledge society - connecting innovation to the “Grand Challenges” Prof. Yann Moulier Boutang - Université de Technologie de Compiègne

Role of social sciences and non-technological R&I
Dr Charlotte Fiala - Freie Universität Berlin (Researchers)

Supporting  Eco-Innovative SMEs
Katharina Krell
– Greenovate! Europe

16:45 - 18:00            
Part 2 : GOVERNANCE AND PARTICIPATION - Moderator MEP Bas Eickhout 

Presentations

Positive experiences of cooperative research and participation of  CSOs
Claudia Neubauer, PhD, Fondation Sciences Citoyennes

Shortcomings and best-practices of public-private partnerships
Prof. Cees Buisman Wetsus, Centre for Sustainable Water Technology

Success factors from the CIP/FP of SMEs innovative projects
Camino Correia, ZABALA Innovation Consulting

18: 00 - 18:15

Intervention by the Commission
Jack Metthey - Director DG RTD, Dir A

18:20 - 18:30

Conclusions by the Chair - MEP Philippe Lamberts