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Markkula: Higher Education Institutions and Smart Specialisation. Presentation: Open Dyas Workshop in Brussels on 9 October 2013.

Markkula: Higher Education Institutions and Smart Specialisation. Presentation: Open Dyas Workshop in Brussels on 9 October 2013.

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    Markku Markkula HEI & SS Open Days 9 Oct 2013 Markku Markkula HEI & SS Open Days 9 Oct 2013 Presentation Transcript

    • Open  Days  2013  Workshop:     “Higher  Educa<on  Ins<tu<ons  and     Smart  Specialisa<on”   Markku   Markkula   •   Member  of  the  EU   Commi/ee  of  the   Regions,  Rapporteur  on   “Horizon  2020”  and   “Closing  the  InnovaBon   Divide”   •   Espoo,  Chair  of  the  City   Planning  Board   •   Advisor  to  the  Aalto   Presidents  at  Aalto   University   markku.markkula@aalto.fi   Smart  SpecialisaBon  refers  not  only  to  regional  policy,  it   needs  to  have  a  strong  role  in  acBviBes  throughout  the   whole  European  innovaBon  system.     Also  each  university  should  know  and  dare  specialize  and   collaborate  openly,  much  more  than  before.  In  the  new   programme  period  in  using  structural  funds,  there  are  four   new  “guiding  requirements”  which  strengthen  the  role  of   universiBes:   1.  The  use  of  funds  is  based  on  Regional  Smart   SpecialisaBon  Strategies   2.  The  focus  is  on  innovaBon   3.  MulBfinancing  and  synergic  collaboraBon  between   projects   4.  Projects  should  collaborate  on  a  European  scale:   European  partnerships  
    • To  implement  the  Barroso  State  of  the  Union  message  on   innovaBon  Europe  needs  its  own  “Blue  Ocean  Strategy”   PIONEERING  REGIONAL   INNOVATION   ECOSYSTEMS   MulB-­‐level  Governance  Plaorm:    Regional  InnovaBon  Ecosystems,   Local  Digital  Agendas,  Knowledge  Triangle,  Living  Labs,  Modernising  Triple  Helix,   InnovaBon  Partnerships,  Shared  Ownership,  MulB-­‐financing   High-­‐level  University  Research   CreaBng  New    InnovaBve  SoluBons     To  Grand  Societal  Challenges   Markku Markkula
    • José Manuel Durão Barroso President of the European Commission State of the Union address 11 September 2013 “We are also adapting to a dynamic transformation on a global scale, so we must encourage this innovative dynamism at a European scale. That is why we must also invest more in innovation, in technology and the role of science. I have great faith in science, in the capacity of the human mind and a creative society to solve its problems. The world is changing dramatically. And I believe many of the solutions are going to come, in Europe and outside Europe, from new science studies, from new technologies. And I would like Europe to be leading that effort globally.”
    • Modernizing  Triple  Helix:   Co-­‐crea<ng  Regional  Innova<on  Ecosystems   Open  Days  9  October  2013   Markku  Markkula   DigiBsaBon  and  globalisaBon  drive  change,  and  convergence  towards  digital   services  is  speeding  up.  For  regions  and  ciBes  together  this  means  new  kind  of   collaboraBon  with  universiBes  and  industry  to  create  new  innovaBon  ecosystems   based  on  the  following:   1)  InnovaBon  communiBes  operate  as  ecosystems  through  systemic  value   networking  in  a  world  without  borders.   2)  InnovaBon  processes  are  strongly  based  on  demand-­‐driven  user  orienta<on   and  customers  as  crucial  players  in  innovaBons.   3)  InnovaBon  strategies  focus  on  catalysing  open  innova<on  and  encouraging   individuals  and  communiBes  towards  an  entrepreneurial  discovery  and   effecBve  use  digitalised  services.   4)  InnovaBon  is  ocen  based  on  experimen<ng  and  implemen<ng   demonstra<on  projects  by  partnerships,  using  the  best  internaBonal   knowledge  and  creaBng  new  innovaBve  concepts.   UniversiBes  are  the  key  drivers  of  this  development.  
    • Regional  Innova<on  Ecosystem   Aalto  University  Campus  2020   According to the plans, by 2020, there will be new investments of 4-5 billion €: metro, tunnel construction of ring road, other infra, housing, office and business buildings, public services, university buildings, sports and cultural facilities… Aalto University Nokia Rovio Tapiola Garden City EIT ICT Lab Laurea Energizing  Urban   Ecosystems  (20   million  €  research   program)   2012-­‐2016   Young  entrepreneurial  mindset   Aalto  Innova<on  Garden  
    • CoR  Opinion  on  “Closing  the  Innova<on  Divide”   (30  May  2013)   The  recent  development  has  throughout  the  world  led  to  new  operaBonal  units  with   flexible  enBBes  characterized  by  a  strong  collaboraBve  approach  in  all  their  acBviBes.  As   the  Commi/ee  of  the  Regions  defined  in  its  opinion  “Closing  the  InnovaBon  Divide”,  the   examples  include:  Incubators  and  Accelerators,  Living  Labs,  Entrepreneurial  Hubs,   Development  Labs,  Social  Innova<on  Labs,  Fab  Labs,  Societal  Innova<on  Learning   Camps  and  Future  Centers.  They  usually  operate  as  associated  collaboraBve  enBBes  of   universiBes,  municipaliBes  and  businesses.  Other  points  in  the  opinion  include:   1.  “As  many  phenomena  of  the  digital  society  have  already  demonstrated,  significant   transforma<on  takes  place  from  the  bo]om  up,  and  a  pervasive  mindset  of   "entrepreneurial  discovery"  is  cri<cal.  The  CoR  encourages  the  Commission  to  set  up   "entrepreneurial  discovery"  programmes  to  work  at  different  levels  and  discover   what  is  most  effecBve  for  local  needs  and  European  scaling.”   2.  “InnovaBon  communiBes  operate  as  ecosystems  through  systemic  value  networking   in  a  world  without  borders.  Regions  need  new  arenas  as  hotspots  for  innova<on  co-­‐ crea<on.  These  could  be  described  as  "innovaBon  gardens"  and  "challenge   plaorms",  which  together  form  prototype  workspaces  for  invenBng  the  future.”   3.  “The  best  pioneers  for  developing  and  running  Europe-­‐wide  projects  should  be   financed  through  Horizon  2020  and  cohesion  funding  –  the  aim  being  also  to  test   effecBve  methodologies  and  tools  in  real  life  collaboraBon  and  cross-­‐border   learning.”   Open  Days  9  October  2013   Markku  Markkula  
    • Regional  Innova<on  Ecosystems:     Case  T3  Espoo  /  Aalto  University  Campus   IntegraBng  real  and  virtual  worlds  within  the  Energizing  Urban  Ecosystems  EUE  research  program  (for  the   whole  EUE  the  budget  is  totally  20  m€  for  4  years)  adopts  cuing-­‐edge  techniques  for  spaBal  data   acquisiBon.  These  are  applied  to,  and  combined  with,  concepts  for  a  digital  ubiquitous  ecosystem  in  Espoo   City  T3  area  (Otaniemi  –  Keilaniemi  –  Tapiola).  The  target  applicaBon  will  be  a  mobile  and  virtual  smart  city   model  with  geospaBal  virtual  knowledge  elements.  Specific  a/enBon  will  be  paid  to  aspects  of  usability   and  innovaBve  visualisaBon  for  various  user  needs.  By  capturing  the  city’s  geometry  and  characterisBcs   through  laser  scanning,  the  resulBng  model  can  be  applied  in  an  informaBon  modelling  process  to  conduct   different  kinds  of  analysis.  The  virtual  —  possibly,  photorealisBc  —  models  used  as  the  basis  for  the   regional  informaBon  model  create  a  virtual  city,  geometrically  accurate  and  visually  close-­‐to-­‐idenBcal  with   the  real  one.  This  enables  city  planning,  built  environment  and  real  estate  management  professionals,  as   well  as  decision-­‐makers  and  ciBzens,  to  use  the  model  for  diverse  purposes.     The  resulBng  regional  informaBon  models  become  shared  knowledge  resources  to  support  decision-­‐ making  about  a  facility  from  earliest  conceptual  stages,  through  design  and  construcBon  through  its   operaBonal  life  and  eventual  demoliBon.     The  starBng  point  for  the  regional  informaBon  modeling  is  the  integraBon  of  exisBng  building  informaBon   models,  different  spaBal  informaBon  systems,  and  state-­‐of-­‐the-­‐art  measuring  techniques  such  as  Mobile   Laser  Scanning,  with  virtual  environments.  This,  in  effect,  creates  a  combinaBon  of  the  physical  and  virtual   worlds.  Within  the  EUE  program,  we  have  used  these  instruments  in  creaBng  our  virtual  collaboraBon   plaorms.  Online  virtual  reality  hosBng  systems,  like  Meshmoon,  are  sBll  fairly  new  technologies,  but  the   potenBal  is  high.     Based  on  the  text  by  the  research  team  of     professor  Hannu  Hyyppä,  Aalto  University  
    • Knowledge  Triangle:  Create  Synergy  between     Research,  Educa<on  and  Innova<on   Innova<on   Educa<on  Research           Plaborm  for  Blended  Learning     Orchestra<on           Special  need  to  focus  on:   A.  Value  crea<on  based  on  be]er  use  of  intangible  assets   B.  New  processes  and  methods  for  university-­‐industry  collabora<on   C.  Systemic  change  and  societal  innova<ons   Open  Days  9  October  2013   Markku  Markkula  
    • The  Concept:  Implemen<ng  Knowledge  Triangle  by  the  Help  of  an   Orchestrated  Concept  for  Crea<ng  Regional  Innova<on  Ecosystems       Open  Days  9  October  2013   Markku  Markkula