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Mr. Titley presented the objectives, events, partners and challenges of ERRIN (European Regions Research and Innovation Network). …

Mr. Titley presented the objectives, events, partners and challenges of ERRIN (European Regions Research and Innovation Network).
(FInES Cluster Meeting, December 2012)

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  • ERRIN a constitué douze groupe de travail thématique. Ces groupes couvrent à peu prés des possibilités de financement européen. Technologies d’information et communication Santé Bio Tech Science et communication – culture scientifique Transports Nano Tech Future PCRD – 8 Énergie Financement pour l’innovation – l’apprentissage toute la longue de la vie, clusters… Coopération internationale Tourisme et sport Design et créativité
  • The most innovative regions are typically in the most innovative countries Regions have different strengths and weaknesses (most weak regions have multiple regions, e.g. human resources) Regional performance appears relatively stable since 2004 http://www.proinno-europe.eu/page/regional-innovation-scoreboard (click on map for hyperlink)

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  • 1.  
  • 2. Objectives
  • 3. The ERRIN journey 2001 – Informal network 2004 – Regions of Knowledge 2006 – Oct - Relaunch with MB + subscription 2008 – 60 regions 2011 – 90+ regions Phase 1: sharing information Phase 2: com ms hub, region al voice and contact point Phase 3: policy & projects
  • 4. ERRIN membership per Country 1 6 13 13 6 5 4 3 6 3 4 1 4 10 1 1 1 1 1 5 1
  • 5. ERRIN – 3Ps Partnership
  • 6. ERRIN Events Semester 2 2011/1
    • June 26-27 th : C-Liege kick-off in Rome
    • June 27 th : Regions of Knowledge Information Day
    • July 7-8 th : PLACES workshop by Galicia in Santiago
    • July 8 th : ERRIN invited on panel EUREKA Conference, Hungary
    • July 8 th : ERRIN Summer BBQ with Eindhoven
    • July 14 th : Innovation for Stronger Regions at CoR * ERRIN-led session
    • Aug 30 th :Polish Presidency event on Future Cohesion Policy
    • Sept 1-2 nd : PLACES workshop by Eszak-Alfold in Debrecen
    • Sept 8 th : ERRIN welcome back networking reception
    • Sept 12 th : Design and creativity WG
    • Sept 13 th :Transport and C-Liege briefing
    • Sept 12-13 th : Making Knowledge Work Steering Group, Lund
    • Sept 14 th : SiS and PLACES briefing
  • 7. ERRIN Events Semester 2 2011 /2
    • Sept 21 st :Regions of Knowledge Brokerage event
      • Presentation of the ERRIN RoK position and 80 participants
    • Sept 22-23 rd : PLACES Conference Paris (organized by ERRIN and Essonne)
      • 180 participants – positive feedback
    • Sept 26 th : Health WG
    • Sept 26 th : Tourism WG
    • Sept 26 th : Design and creativity WG
    • Sept 30 th : ICT WG
    • Oct 4 th : PLACES workshop by Scotland in Inverness
    • Oct 6-7 th : PLACES workshop by Scotland in Glasgow
    • Oct 11 th : CONCORD conference at the European Summit in European Parliament
    • Oct 12 th : ERRIN Open Days workshop on Smart Specialisation
      • Northern Ireland, Lodz, Basilicata, Central Sweden, Eindhoven, Navarra
    • Oct 13 th : CONCORD Future Internet at Committee of the Regions – ERRIN on panel
    • Oct 13 th -14 th : Making Knowledge Work – Steering Group
  • 8. ERRIN Events Semester 2 2011 /3
    • Oct 14 th : Future RTD
    • Oct 21 st :C-Liege project knowledge sharing workshop
    • Nov 3 rd : EADTU Conference key note address
    • Nov 7 th : GRAAL Project Brussels Briefing (GMES)
    • Nov16 th -17 th : Making Knowledge Work at the Creativity World Forum Hasselt
    • Nov 21-22 nd : University Business Forum – Twente University – moderation role
    • Nov 21 st : Design WG
    • Nov 25 th :WG Leaders Meeting
    • Nov 29 th : Ecolink + Dusseldorf - moderation role
    • Nov 29 th : Tourism WG
    • Nov 29 th : SinS WG
    • Nov 30 th : Innovation Funding WG
    • Dec 5 th- 6 th : Innovation Convention – ERRIN fringe event on gender
    • Dec 7 th : Health WG
    • Dec 8 th : Biotech
    • Dec 12 th : ERRIN AGM
    • Dec 12 th : Making Knowledge Work final briefing at Committee of the Regions
    • Dec 14 th : RTD WG
    • Dec 16 th : Ecolink+ seminar Aragon
    • Dec 16 th : Design WG
    1.6 events per week in 2011
  • 9. Working Groups ICT PACA/Folkes Malta Health South Denmark/Flanders Biotech Navarra/ Northern Ireland/ (CEBR) Science in Society Scotland Europa/Bremen Transport Eszak-Alfold/Aragon Nanotech Twente Univerity /Piemonte Future RTD Scotland Europa/ North Finland/ South Tyrol Energy & Climate Change Scotland Europa/Veneto Region Innovation Funding Welsh Higher Education , Cantabria International Cooperation Scotland/Catalunya Tourism Tampere/Valencia Design & Creativity Helsinki/Flanders/CCI Paris/Central Denmark
  • 10. Future research and innovation
    • Three broad priorities must be linked to the regional dimension
  • 11. European Innovation System?
    • THE COOKING PROCESS IS HIDDEN
    • IT REQUIRES THE RIGHT INGREDIENTS, ENERGY AND TIME
    •  REGIONAL FLAVOURING
    • People, users
    • Ideas
    • Enterprises
    • Openness in the process
    • Local/Regional flavor
    • Leaders
    • The cooking pot (Living Labs)
    • THE FIRE:
    •  Public – Private – Civic partnership
    • Creative commons
    • Precommercial Public Procurement
    • From Bror Salmelin
    • DG INFSO
  • 12. “ The general consensus…is that the driving force behind long-term economic growth is science, technology and innovation in its different forms and facets” (OECD: Regions and Innovation Policy)
    • Less than 10 regions in the EU (total: 271) account for nearly 30% of EU expenditure on R&D
    • One fifth of economic growth emerges from these dominant knowledge hub regions
    • Improving innovation capacity outside global hubs, beyond technological R&D support is therefore vital
    • Innovation is not just R&D. For most companies and the majority of regions it is about building up innovation capacities first
    • Regions and innovation
  • 13. Horizon 2020 –new challenges for the regions Marie Curie, research infrastructures, public procurement, risk capital, innovation, SME, simplification, gender, other EU policies e.g. Cohesion Policy Where’s the regional dimension? Soc chall Ind lead ICT Nano Advanced mats Advanced manu Space Health Food Energy Transport Climate Inclusive societies
  • 14. ERRIN in projects
    • PLACES (FP7 Science in Society) with 10 ERRIN regions
    • Ecolink+ CIP
    • Making Knowledge Work (Interreg IVC) with 13 ERRIN regions
    • GRAAL (FP7 Space GMES)
    • C-Liege (CIP IEE)
    • CONCORD (FP7 ICT Future Internet)
  • 15. What is CONCORD?
    • The CONCORD Future Internet PPP Programme Facilitation and Support Action advances the European Future Internet research by supporting the European Commission in the successful implementation of a coherent FI PPP Programme.
    • CONCORD will coordinate and facilitate the alignment of FI PPP activities in ways that ensure the continuous relevance, rigor and robustness of the co-created FI concepts, visions and roadmaps.
  • 16. Partners
    • Partners
      • Aalto University Finland (COORDINATOR)
      • The Interdisciplinary institute for Broad Band Technology (IBBT), Belgium
      • Tieto- ja Viestintäteollisuuden Tutkimus Oy (TIVIT), Finland
      • European Institute of Interdisciplinary Research (EIIR), France
      • European Network of Living Labs (ENoLL), Belgium
      • European Regions Research and Innovation Network (ERRIN), Belgium
      • DOCOMO Euro Labs, Germany
  • 17. CONCORD Mission
    • The CONCORD advances the European Future Internet research by supporting the European Commission in the successful implementation of a coherent FI PPP programme.
    • CONCORD will coordinate and facilitate the alignment of FI PPP activities in ways that ensure the continuous relevance, rigor and robustness of the co-created Future Internet concepts, visions and roadmaps.
    • Strongly emphasizing linkages to other ongoing initiatives and the early involvement of demand side actors
    • CONCORD’s main expected results are:
      • A coordination and decision-making framework for collaboration between projects
      • A process by which to coordinate horizontal foundation and vertical sectors’ activities and roadmaps
      • A knowledge exchange strategy and process between related initiatives and communities
      • Supporting elements for the implementation and uptake of FI services
  • 18. Objectives
    • CONCORD supports and maintains the FI PPP vision for the EU.
    • It creates needed support action for FI PPP projects to flourish and generate novel impact and it provides coordination support for FI PPP projects to reach the visionary goals.
    • It also actively disseminates results towards society.
  • 19.  
  • 20. What does this mean?
    • Organise regional workshops/road shows
    • Exploitation
    • User and SME Engagement
  • 21.
        • ERRIN
        • Av. Palmerston 23
        • B-1000 Brussels
        • Tel +32 2 230 56 41 [email_address]