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What Next: ICT Research and Innovation in Norway, Anne Kjersti Fahlvik, Norges Forskningsråd
 

What Next: ICT Research and Innovation in Norway, Anne Kjersti Fahlvik, Norges Forskningsråd

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VERDIKT conference 2013

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    What Next: ICT Research and Innovation in Norway, Anne Kjersti Fahlvik, Norges Forskningsråd What Next: ICT Research and Innovation in Norway, Anne Kjersti Fahlvik, Norges Forskningsråd Presentation Transcript

    • What Next: ICT Research and Innovation in Norway The VERDIKT Conference 2013 Anne Kjersti Fahlvik Executive Director, Division for Innovation
    • Summing Up: Demonstration of active R&I in the front over a wide field on and about ICT and ICT use
    • ICT R&I in Norway today and tomorrow  Growth in industry-driven Fordelt pr. sektor: R&I  ICT R&I expanding into many areas and into growing social challenges  Public sector-initiated R&I show promising tendency  The RCN evaluation report asks: Why underinvestment in ICT R&D?  Our advice: Growth, capasity building, societal challenges and innovation in all sectors
    • ICT in SkatteFUNN
    • Evaluation of VERDIKT Preliminary results VERDIKT did clearly take on high ambitions over a wide scope, but:  Some contribution to quality level, good contribution on PhD and Post Doc  No appearent strategic coordination with the EU-FP However:  Participating companies are reporting positive effects, specificly on mobility of competence in their direction  The stimulation of international R&I cooperation works well Valuable input to carefully consider in a new initiative
    • National research policy priorities ICT is a main priority and a key issue in major thematic priorities Primary efforts Strategic ICT focus Secondary efforts Including ICT-R&I in thematic and structural priorities
    • ICT R&D strategy and RCN’s plan  ICT-R&I to strengthen Norway's position in front  ICT-R&I to stimulate value creation in private and public sectors  ICT-R&I to address societal challenges:  Information safety  Infrastructure and public sector efficiency  Health and care
    • ICT R&I in Horizon 2020  Excellent science  ERC, FET, Marie Curie, eInfrastructures  Industrial leadership  ICT programme  Societal challenges  ICT is key for solving societal challenges  Interdisciplinary projects  Opportunities for ICT in all areas  Major funding opportunities  First calls to be published December 11th 2013
    • RCNs ambitions  A dynamic, flexible and strategic R&D approach  Tentative: First call June 2014
    • The greatest danger for most of us is not that we aim too high and we miss it, but we aim too low and reach it. Michelangelo Testing new solutions to complex problem
    • Thank you for your attention! For further contact: afm@forskningsradet.no olr@forskningsradet.no