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Strategic Innovation Ecosystems and Enabling Actions for Addressing Societal Challenges and Improving European Competitiveness (ENoLL PPP)

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Strategic Innovation Ecosystems and Enabling Actions for Addressing Societal Challenges and Improving European Competitivness ENoLL PPP Strategic Innovation Ecosystems and Enabling Actions for Addressing Societal Challenges and Improving European Competitivness ENoLL PPP Presentation Transcript

  • ENoLL  PPP  Strategic  Innova.on  Ecosystems  and  Enabling  Ac.ons  for  Addressing  Societal  Challenges  and  Improving  European   Compe..veness   Phase  I:  Towards  the  2020  Horizon     Prof.  Álvaro  Oliveira     President  of  the  European  Network  of  Living  labs   9th  of  November  2011   Periphèria  Public  Mee.ng  //  10th  of   November  2011  //  Athens,  Greece  
  • Why  an  ENoLL  PPP?  ….to  strengthen  the  Europe-­‐wide  open  RDI  ecosystem  of  the  274-­‐strong  European  Network  of  Living  Labs  insCtuConally,  financially  and  in  terms  of  its  RDI  infrastructure,  including  new  avenues  of  research  and  experimentaCon  in  social  and  other  sciences.  This  can  occur  through  the  consCtuCon  of  a  Public  Private  Partnership  –  the  ENoLL  PPP  –  to  be  launched  in  the  final  years  of  the  7th  Framework  Programme  and  consequently,  this  having  the  potenCal  to  change  dramaCcally  the  innovaCon  landscape  in  Europe  in  Horizon  2020.     Periphèria  Public  Mee.ng  //  10th  of   November  2011  //  Athens,  Greece  
  • ENoLL  PPP  Ini.a.ve  •  Long-­‐term  vision:  Europe  as  a  dynamic,  mul.-­‐layer  and  mul.dimensional  Innova.on   ecosystem  (Europe  2020  Strategy).  •  ENoLL  PPP  ini.a.ve  developed  during  2010  and  publicly  announced  in  Ghent  (Dec  2010).   ENoLL  Council  core  group  developing  ini.al  policy  paper  followed  by  open  and  wide   consulta.on.  Ini.a.ve  already  supported  by  the  European  Commission  and  the  European   Parliament    •  New  global  Higher  Educa.on  and  Research  network  addressing  Living  Lab  needs  in  par.cular   the  facilita.on  of  open  user-­‐driven  innova.on.  Training  and  coaching  on  LL  learning    •  Living  Labs  as  Open  Access  PlaXorms  for  Large  Scale  pilot  projects  with  a  focus  on  the  social   aspects  of  technology  applica.ons.  Sustainable  Smart  Ci.es  and  Regions  •  Alliance  with  Local,  Regional,  Na.onal  Authori.es  to  integrate  Living  Lab  innova.on  and   sustainability  policies  •  Cross-­‐border  and  cross-­‐thema.c  collabora.on  addressing    the  key  challenges  and  business   opportuni.es  at  a  global  scale  •  Large-­‐scale  user  behaviour  transforma.on  through  social  and  societal  innova.on   Periphèria  Public  Mee.ng  //  10th  of   November  2011  //  Athens,  Greece  
  • ENoLL  PPP  –     Workplan  Planned  ac.ons  in  two  categories:  •  Strategic  Innova.on  Ecosystems,  large-­‐scale  pilot   ini.a.ves  aiming  to  s.mulate  the  growth  and  development   of  Living  Lab  innova.on  ecosystems  across  a  broad   spectrum  of  sectors  and  at  different  levels  of  governance.  •  Enabling  Ac.ons,  five  strands  of  ac.vity  covering  a  range   of  areas  that  support  and  reinforce  the  strategic  innova.on   ecosystems  and  defined  as:   –  Knowledge  Crea.on     –  Talent  Development,  Capacity  Building,  and  Job  Crea.on     –  New  Policy  Instruments     –  Interna.onal  Coopera.on   –  Coordina.on,  Dissemina.on  and  Engagement     Periphèria  Public  Mee.ng  //10th  of   November  2011  //  Athens,  Greece  
  • Strategic  Innova7on  Ecosystems  •  10-­‐15  large-­‐scale  ini.a.ves  with  the  aim  of  s.mula.ng  the  development   and  growth  of  innova.on  ecosystems,  linking  the  research  Community  to   communi.es  of  ci.zens,  businesses  and  public  authori.es  across  Europe.  •  Projects  will  include  a  mix  of  8-­‐10  IPs  with  a  7-­‐12M  budget  each  and  10-­‐15   STREPs  with  a  2-­‐4M  budget,  selected  according  to  a  mul.-­‐stage  process   allowing  for  the  aggrega.on  of  strategic  objec.ves  and  the  mobiliza.on  of   all  relevant  stakeholders,  and  can  be  of  two  types:   –  Thema.c  pilots:  these  focus  on  a  specific  social  challenge  such  as  health,  energy,   or  the  environment,  linking  specifically  with  on-­‐going  research  in  the  relevant   domains.  The  larger-­‐scale  IPs  of  this  type  will  explore  their  field  as  a  complex  mul.-­‐ level  system  ie  at  local,  rural,  urban,  regional,  na.onal,  EU,  and  global  levels.   –  Smart  Places:  these  pilots  involve  networks  of  a  specific  territorial  model  –  Smart   Ci.es,  Smart  Rivers,  Smart  Regions,  etc.  –  as  integrated  systems,  with  a  strongly   transversal  approach  with  respect  to  the  sectors  iden.fied  in  the  thema.c  pilots.   Specific  emphasis  will  be  placed  on  Local  Digital  Agendas  linked  to  local  and   regional  communi.es  and  development  strategies  such  as  ERDF  regional  OPs,   EARDF  LEADER+,  etc.  The  IPs  of  this  type  will  build  extensive  networks  .ed  to   research  systems  in  Europe  such  as  the  ERA  and  the  EIT.  •  one  CSA  providing  opera.onal  support  to  all  pilot  ini.a.ves   Periphèria  Public  Mee.ng  //  10th  of   November  2011  //  Athens,  Greece  
  • Enabling  Ac7ons  •  Enabling  Ac.ons  in  the  ENoLL  PPP  are   structured  according  to  four  Strands  and  one   programme  support  ac.on  as  follows:   –  Knowledge  Crea.on   –  Talent  Development,  Capacity  Building,  and  Job   Crea.on   –  New  Policy  Instruments   –  Interna.onal  Coopera.on   –  Coordina.on,  Dissemina.on  and  Engagement   Periphèria  Public  Mee.ng  //  10th  of   November  2011  //  Athens,  Greece  
  • Strand  1:  Knowledge  crea7on    •  Research  required  to  develop  emerging  topics  that  are   either  not  adequately  dealt  with  in  other  programmes   or  that  require  a  deep  mul.-­‐disciplinary  (ie  cross-­‐ programme)  and  mul.-­‐stakeholder  approach  in  order   to  produce  relevant  results  for  Living  Lab  ecosystems    •  Projects  will  consist  of  one  cross-­‐thema.c  IP,  one  CSA,   and  approximately  10  STREPs  funded  through   tradi.onal  calls  for  proposals.  The  thema.c  areas:   –  Understanding  the  User  Experience   –  Complex  Innova.on  Systems     –  Living  Lab  Governance     –  Evalua.on  and  Impact  Assessment     Periphèria  Public  Mee.ng  //  9th  of   November  2011  //  Athens,  Greece  
  • Strand  2:  Talent  Development,  Capacity   Building,  and  Job  Crea7on  •  Addresses  the  new  challenges  for  educa.on  and  learning  for  the   capaci.es  and  skills  required  to  support  diffused  Living  Lab   innova.on  ecosystems  and  the  new  learning  and  educa.onal   paradigms  thrown  up  by  the  Living  Lab  approach  itself  •  Projects  will  consist  of  one  cross-­‐thema.c  IP,  one  CSA,  and   approximately  10  STREPs  funded  through  tradi.onal  calls  for   proposals.  The  thema.c  areas:   –  Innova.ve  Learning  Systems     –  Ac.on  and  Prac.ce-­‐based  Learning   –  Skills  and  Capaci.es   –  Learning  Repository     Periphèria  Public  Mee.ng  //  10th  of   November  2011  //  Athens,  Greece  
  • Strand  3:  New  Policy  Instruments  •  Tes.ng  new  approaches  to  suppor.ng  innova.on   in  the  public  interest,  as  well  as  promo.ng  the   uptake  of  best  prac.ce  in  public  administra.ons  at   all  levels  •  Projects  will  consist  of  one  cross-­‐thema.c  IP,  one   CSA,  and  approximately  10  STREPs  funded  through   a  tradi.onal  call  for  proposals.  The  thema.c  areas:     –  Coordina.on  of  funding  sources   –  Public  Procurement   –  Private  financing     –  Crowdfunding  and  similar  approaches   Periphèria  Public  Mee.ng  //  10th  of     November  2011  //  Athens,  Greece  
  • Strand  4:  Interna7onal  Coopera7on  •  Beyond  the  possibility  of  networking  with  exis.ng  knowledge  and   excellence  abroad,  this  strand  aims  to  capture  and  incorporate   different  preferences,  needs  and  meanings  of  consumers  in  order  to   beier  adapt  products  and  services  to  different  cultures  and  regions.   ENoLL  offers  the  opportunity  to  provide  services  to  (re)-­‐define,   localize  and  co-­‐create  ICT  innova.ons  in  different  parts  of  the  world,   making  them  truly  universal  •  One  IP  at  the  global  level,  one  CSA,  and  approximately  10  STREPs  •  Other  features  specific  to  projects  in  this  strand  include:   –  Special  requirements  common  to  interna.onal  coopera.on  ini.a.ves   –  Links  with  relevant  EU  ini.a.ves  in  INCO,  ENPI,  etc.   –  The  par.cipa.ng  role  for  interna.onal  organisa.ons  such  as  the  UN  and  its   agencies,  the  World  Bank,  etc.   Periphèria  Public  Mee.ng  //  10th  of   November  2011  //  Athens,  Greece  
  • Coordina7on,  Dissemina7on     and  Engagement  •  Two  CSAs  •  CSA  ac.ng  as  a  suppor.ng  mechanism  for  the  en.re  ENoLL   PPP  programme,  par.cularly:   –  Marketplace/exchange  plaXorm  between  on-­‐going  projects  and   with  actors  external  to  the  programme,  including  mechanisms   such  as  challenges,  crowdsourcing,  etc.   –  Opera.onal  network  support  and  coordina.on   –  Dissemina.on  and  engagement  (media  channels,  workshops  and   events,  etc.)   –  Recommenda.ons  for  the  full-­‐scale  ENoLL  PPP  in  Horizon  2020    •   CSA  to  ensure  the  full  exploita.on  of  the  results:   –  interlinking  the  proposed  enabling  ac.ons.  The  CSA  should  aim  to   the  defini.on  of  an  instrument  (such  as  a  European  Ins.tute  for   Social  and  Societal  Innova.on)  a  globally  compe..ve  university-­‐ level  ins.tu.on     Periphèria  P2011  Mee.ng  //  G1reece  f   November   ublic   //  Athens,   0th  o
  • Proposed  Budget   (M  €)     Periphèria  Public  Mee.ng  //  10th  of   November  2011  //  Athens,  Greece  
  • ENoLL  PPP     co-­‐design  process  •  Public  announcement  of  the  PPP  ini.a.ve  (Ghent,  Dec  2010)  •  Public  launch  White  paper  (Rome,  January  24th,  2011)  •  1st  Draj  of  White  paper  opening  of  public  consulta.on  (Budapest,  May   16th,  2011)  •  Mee.ng  with  the  European  Parliament  (October  11th,  2011)    •  Draj  of  the  ENoLL  PPP  White  paper  to  the  European  Commission   (October  13th,  2011)  •  Con.nua.on  of  the  public  discussion  of  the  PPP  policy  paper    (October   24th,  2011,  Poznan,  “Shaping  out  the  Future  Internet  for  a  beier  society  -­‐     Global  Partnerships  for  Social  Innova.on”)  •  Final  version  of  the  ENoLL  PPP  (November  2011)       Periphèria  Public  Mee.ng  //  10th  of   November  2011  //  Athens,  Greece  
  • Event  .  Thema7c  Domain   Local   Date  ENoLL  FAO  Innova.ng  4  Development   ENoLL  PPP  Co-­‐Crea.on  Calendar  of  anuary  2011   Rome   24  J  ENoLL  Thema.c  Domains   Public  consulta.on  events   11-­‐13  May  2011   Botswana  Inclusion.  Social  Innova.on  ENoLL  Thema.c  Domains,  Opening  the  Consulta.on  for  ENoLL  members   Budapest   16  May  2011  Launch  of  ENoLL  5th  Wave,  Future  Internet  Assembly  Energy   Lisbon   4  May  2011  Inov  Amazonas  EU  Brazil  Living  Lab  Collabora.on   Manaus   6-­‐7  June  2011  ENoLL    Thema.c  Domains  ENoLL  PPP  Public  Consulta.on   Bled   13-­‐15  June  2011  EU  Brazil  Living  Lab  Collabora.on,   Manaus   August  2011  LL  Crea.vity  and  Innova.on  Congress   Brazil  Sustainable  SMART  Ci.es.  Design  thinking.  LL  Methodologies   Helsinki   August  2011  ENoLL  Summer  School  2011   Barcelona   August  2011  LLs  in  the  EU  Regional  policy  context   Thessaloniki   3-­‐4  October  2011  Knowledge  4  Innova.on  Conference  European  Parliament   Brussels   11-­‐13  October  2011  EU  China  Living  Labs  Collabora.on   Shanghai  and   17-­‐20  October  2011  Public  Launch  of  the  Chinese  Network  of  Living  Labs   Beijing  ENoLL  6th  Wave  Launch  event   Poznan   24  October  2011  Official  Launch  of  the  Brazilian  Network  of  Living  Labs   Vitoria,  Brazil   3-­‐4  November  2011  Euro-­‐Africa  Coopera7on  Forum  on  ICT   Cape  Town,   14-­‐15  November  2011  Public  Consulta7on  of  the  African  Living  Labs  White  Paper  Policy   South  Africa  Final  ENoLL  PPP  recommenda.ons   Brussels   November  2011  
  • Launch  of  the  ENoLL  PPP  Ini7a7ve  24/01/2011  ENoLL  FAO  Innova7ng  4  Development   Periphèria  Public  Mee.ng  //  9th  of  Rome  -­‐  Italy   November  2011  //  Athens,  Greece  
  • Álvaro  Oliveira  discussing  the  ENoLL  PPP  with  the  Commissioner  Neelie  Kroes  03/05/2011  Brussels  -­‐  Belgium   Periphèria  Public  Mee.ng  //  9th  of   November  2011  //  Athens,  Greece  
  • 3rd  European  Innova7on  Summit  13/10/2011  European  Parliament   Periphèria  Public  Mee.ng  //  9th  of  Brussels  -­‐  Belgium   November  2011  //  Athens,  Greece  
  • 6th  Wave  for  ENoLL  Membership     hip://www.openlivinglabs.eu/   Announced  on  the     24th  of  October  in  Poznan,  Poland     To  be  closed  on  the  February  29th,  2012     Results  published  in  May  Copenhagen,  Denmark   18
  • Thank  you!   www.openlivinglabs.eu     Álvaro  de  Oliveira     alvaro.oliveira@alfamicro.pt                Phone:                +351    21    486    67    84              Skype:            alvaroduarteoliveira             Twiier:   @openlivinglabs   Facebook:   ENoLL  European  Network  of  Living  Labs   19