The EIT: What is its future?

A private Science|Business Network dinner, by invitation only, 18 :00 – 21 :00

 

As the institute approaches its 10th anniversary, it is time to assess how the EIT and its six existing KICs – knowledge and innovation communities in information technologies, energy, climate change, life sciences, raw materials and food - are doing.
The EIT just revived its plans to launch a new manufacturing cluster. What are the next steps? What new directions is the EIT taking?

 

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For further information please contact lysiane.pons@sciencebusiness.net

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More details to come. For further information, please contact isabel.ortega@sciencebusiness.net
More details to come. For further information, please contact isabel.ortega@sciencebusiness.net
More details to come. For further information, please contact isabel.ortega@sciencebusiness.net

Featured Guests

Ronald de Bruin

Director, COST Association

Muriel Desaeger

General Manager of Technology Trends Analysis, Toyota Motor Europe

Eva Kaili

Member, European Parliament

Martin Kern

Interim Director, European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT)

Peter Olesen

Chairman of the EIT Governing Board

Patrick Prendergast

Provost, Trinity College Dublin ; Member, EIT Governing Board

Patricia Reilly

Cabinet Expert, Cabinet of Commissioner Tibor Navracsics, European Commission

Isabelle Thizon de Gaulle

Vice President European Strategic Relations, Sanofi R&D

Tomáš Zdechovsky

Member, European Parliament