A Science|Business conference on making research and innovation open to all
In its €94.1 billion Horizon Europe proposal, the European Commission has made clear its intention to push the European R&D world towards a more open method of working. Open science, open access and the open science cloud services will make research more efficient, it says. Open innovation will make industry more productive. And if it hopes to lead global technology markets, Europe’s science and innovation programmes must be open to international partners.
That’s the theory. But how realistic is it? What needs to be done, to realise this vision?
This open, webcast conference will take stock of progress to date, and discuss the steps ahead.
14:00 – The “3Os” – open science, open innovation and open to the world: A progress report
Opening keynote and panel
14:45 – Open science: How far have we come, how far can we go?
Presentation by Kamila Markram (CEO, Frontiers)
Presentation for the Science|Business Cloud Group
15:45 – Coffee break
16:15 – Open Innovation: New models for creating and scaling up technology companies
Presentation on ATTRACT by Jonathan Wareham (Faculty and Research Dean, ESADE)
Presentation by Alessandro Curioni (IBM Fellow, Vice President Europe and Director, IBM Research)
Panel discussion with presenters and Jean-David Malo (Director, Open Innovation and Open Science, DG Research and Innovation, European Commission)
17:15 – Open to the world: How to make Horizon Europe more international?
Panel discussion with:
- Maria-Cristina Russo (Director, International Cooperation, DG Research and Innovation, European Commission)
- Bjarne Anton Foss (Pro-Rector for Research, Norwegian University of Science and Technology)
- Katrina Hayter (Deputy Director - Global, Innovate UK)
18:15 – Close and reception
For more information, please contact Stefania Gavra at firstname.lastname@example.org.