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  1. 1. Office of Ingrid Lieten, Vice-Minister-President of the Government of FlandersFlemish Minister for Innovation, Public Investment, Media and Poverty Reduction
  2. 2. "Historical background  Innovation policy based on:- strong scientists- strong companies- societal challengesIngrid Lieten, Vice-Minister-President of the Government of Flanders and Flemish Minister for Innovation,Public Investment, Media and Poverty Reduction
  3. 3. Grand Societal and Economic ChallengesTRANSFORMATION BYINNOVATIONECO-INNOVATIONINNOVATIONIN CARESUSTAINABLEMOBILITY ANDLOGISTICSSOCIALINNOVATIONCooperation projects and initiativesSolid baseFundamental research, strategic basic research, research infrastructure, HR, eco-systemENERGYINNOVATIONInnovation Hubs
  4. 4. "Flanders’ research and innovation policypriorities (1) Focused innovation strategies More innovative strength for the economy of Flanderse.g. strengthen and accelerate the valorisation trajectory, more innovativeentrepreneurship, facilitate networking, clustering and cooperation means Flanders as an innovation-friendly top regione.g. increase the innovation potential by investing in human capital, adhere to majorinnovation trends, a state-of-the-art research infrastructure Strengthen the fundamentals of science policye.g. attractive and flexible career paths for researchers, optimisation and fine-tuningof support measures, stimulate R&D and innovation via higher education Benefits from the research and innovation system through betterimpact, higher efficiency and increasing resources and R&D budgete.g. pursue budget increases (3% R&D/GDP target), Flanders a fully-fledged partner inEuropean R&D and innovation area, effective policy evaluation & impact analysis4
  5. 5. "Policy strategy science &InnovationIncreased funding for innovation - 2011 + 65 M. euro. - + 97 M.euro IWT funding - grow path for innovation till 2014: - 2012: + 60 M euro - 2013: + 62,5 M euro5Kabinet Ingrid Lieten, viceminister-president van de Vlaamse Regering en Vlaams minister van Innovatie,Overheidsinvesteringen, Media en Armoedebestrijding
  6. 6. "Policy strategy science &Innovation  Transformational Medical Research programme  Centre for Medical Innovation (CMI): biobank 5 CRC  Strategic research centres: (Health &Care)VIB (Biotechnology),IMEC (Nanotechnology)I-minds (ICT)VITO (energy)  SOFI fund (2011: spin offs SOC s 10 M. Euro, 2012: spin offsuniversities 10 M Euro)  Health& care fund GIMV (200 M euro)  Care Innovation Space Flanders (10 M Euro)6Kabinet Ingrid Lieten, viceminister-president van de Vlaamse Regering en Vlaams minister van Innovatie,Overheidsinvesteringen, Media en Armoedebestrijding
  7. 7. "Agency for Innovationby Science and Technology  Created in 1991 by the Government of Flanders  External agency with independent board of directors  Mission is defined by science and innovation law (decree of 30april 2009)  Ingrid Lieten, Flemish minister for Innovation, Publicinvestments, Media and Reduction of Poverty•  Budget 2013 : ca. 335 miljoen euro•  122 VTE
  8. 8. "Policy contextGovernment programme 2009-2014Policy note on innovation 2009-2014PolicyconceptpaperinnovationAnnual policypaper& BudgetIWT management contractAnnual businessplan9
  9. 9. "IWT financial support programmesR&D enterprise projects & SME-programme &SPRINTStrategic BasicresearchNetworksandintermediariesR&DorganisationsEnterprisesTETRAAgricultureIndividualresearchersInnovationgrantBaekelandgrantPhDgrantCollective Innovation TracksTBM
  10. 10. "11Transformational Medical Research programme  The Flemish government decided to step in andlaunch the Transformational Medical Research(TGO) programme:  Accelerate development of more effective, safeand affordable drugs  Strengthen the Flemish biopharma cluster  Make Flanders an attractive region forinnovative clinical trials  Provide our society with access to the besttherapies  Budget Call 2012-2013: 10 million EUR.
  11. 11. "Flanders’ research and innovation actors (5) /VIB•  1995: Virtual institute over: UGent, KULeuven, UA and VUB•  Biomolecular research in life sciences•  Excellent research•  Active Tech Transfer•  Communication•  Number of employees: > 1,300 employees (2013); 30% non-Belgian, > 60 nationalities;•  Budget : 77,1 mn euro (2010), of which 56% Flemish Public funding;•  Research areas•  Research service facilities, eg sequencing, protein analysis, imaging, ….•  2 Bio-incubators•  13 Spin-offs12•  Bioinformatics•  Cancer•  Cardiovascularmedicine•  Developmental biology•  Inflammation andimmunity•  Microbiology• Neuroscience• Plant biology• Proteomics• Structural biology• Systems biology
  12. 12. Gimv Health & Care Fundwith Flemish Region as co-sponsorLeading the path towards a healthy H&C sectorAntwerp, april 2013P-862
  13. 13. "Care innovationFocus: elderly careMinister Ingrid LietenIngrid Lieten, Vice-Minister-President of the Government of Flanders and Flemish Minister for Innovation, PublicInvestment, Media and Poverty Reduction
  14. 14. "1. BackgroundBelgium = 10th oldest country in the worldBelgium  FlemishRegion  Brussels-CapitalRegion  WalloonRegion  Total ofpeople agedover 60  22.99%   24.11%   18.44%   22.41%  Total ofpeople agedover 80  4.92%   4.98%   4.58% 4.92%  
  15. 15. "1. Background!
  16. 16. "1. Background
  17. 17. "Care Innovation-  Flanders Care: different domains4 ministers included-  Stimulate systemic transition-  Development of new and sustainable eco-systems18Kabinet Ingrid Lieten, viceminister-president van de Vlaamse Regering en Vlaams minister van Innovatie,Overheidsinvesteringen, Media en Armoedebestrijding
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  19. 19. "Care Innovation living lab:Purpose Facilitating the innovation of new care and aid processesin elderly care Facilitating the innovation of new care and aid productsin elderly careIngrid Lieten, Vice-Minister-President of the Government of Flanders and Flemish Minister for Innovation, PublicInvestment, Media and Poverty Reduction
  20. 20. "Care Innovation living lab: Basicprinciples Affordability and socialisation of care and serviceprovision Increasing the quality, the performance, the fairness, therelevance and the accessibility of care and serviceprovision
  21. 21. "Care innovation focus An integrated approach to society, technology,economy, care providers and local authorities ininnovation Translation of fundamental research into applieddevelopments and targeted research in care.Ingrid Lieten, Vice-Minister-President of the Government of Flanders and Flemish Minister for Innovation, Public InvestmentMedia and Poverty Reduction
  22. 22. "Care innovation focus Creation of a partly open innovation ecosystem Development of partnerships Active involvement of users in concept, development,research and evaluation throughout the innovationprocess (co-creation)Ingrid Lieten, Vice-Minister-President of the Government of Flanders and Flemish Minister for Innovation, PublicInvestment, Media and Poverty Reduction
  23. 23. "Care innovation living labs-  A structured test environment for innovativetechnologies, products, services and concepts.-  Representative group of individuals in their own livingand working environment.-  Aim: to adjust and/or accelerate innovation and/or toidentify future needs.Ingrid Lieten, Vice-Minister-President of the Government of Flanders and Flemish Minister for Innovation, PublicInvestment, Media and Poverty Reduction
  24. 24. "Means: care innovation living labs-  The living lab: one or more living lab platforms-  A platform consists of an infrastructure, a support structurefor the general operation and a test population.-  Already upon their submission, the platforms must beaccompanied by a portfolio of projects which allow thelaunch of the platform.-  However, there should still be room for the implementation ofadditional projects on the platform in the future.Ingrid Lieten, Vice-Minister-President of the Government of Flanders and Flemish Minister for Innovation, PublicInvestment, Media and Poverty Reduction
  25. 25. "Means: care innovation living labs Integrated, cooperative consortia Territorial definition Sufficient degree of diversity in care facilities, serviceprovision, test population (users and informal carers),spatial planning, housing situation, ... Spearhead approach: complementarity andexchangeability of living labsIngrid Lieten, Vice-Minister-President of the Government of Flanders and Flemish Minister for Innovation, PublicInvestment, Media and Poverty Reduction
  26. 26. "Means: care innovation living labs-  The living lab has an economic and/or social finality.-  In the social field, attention will be devoted to bothkeeping the care system affordable and providing areliable care qualityIngrid Lieten, Vice-Minister-President of the Government of Flanders and Flemish Minister for Innovation, PublicInvestment, Media and Poverty Reduction
  27. 27. "Means: care innovation living labs  Three calls spread over two phases.  First phase (2012): launch of two calls:- call for living lab platforms + corresponding projects (appropriatedbudget: € 6.02 M)- call for knowledge gathering project (selection of the scientificconsortium (appropriated budget: € 0.93 M).  Second phase (2013): launch of a supplementary call (appropriated budget: € 2M), including the possibility for new applicants who wish to use a supportedplatform, to submit a project proposal.Ingrid Lieten, Vice-Minister-President of the Government of Flanders and Flemish Minister for Innovation, PublicInvestment, Media and Poverty Reduction
  28. 28. "Means: care innovation living labs  For the platform and project proposals, the applying consortiamay be composed of cities and municipalities, companies andsocial profit organisations with activities that are relevant forthe care sector.  The entire care and value chain (e.g. first line, second line,hospitals, local administrations, housing companies, endusers, care economic actors, government, ...)  The applying consortium of a platform application must atleast contain a company and a city or municipality. Ingrid Lieten, Vice-Minister-President of the Government of Flanders and Flemish Minister for Innovation, PublicInvestment, Media and Poverty Reduction
  29. 29. "Means: care innovation living labs  Multidisciplinary, cross-sectoral and transmural cooperation are importantconditions  Guarantee sufficient scale for the living lab to be able to realise an impact onsociety in the long term  The consortium has to create a steering group/user committee, which willbe composed of cities and municipalities, companies, (transsectoral) careproviders, care users and informal carers.Ingrid Lieten, Vice-Minister-President of the Government of Flanders and Flemish Minister for Innovation, PublicInvestment, Media and Poverty Reduction

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