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  • 1.
    • Some figures about Piemonte
    • R&D actors
    • Policy guidelines
    • Actions
    • Innovation Poles
    Presentation overview
  • 2. 1. Some figures about Piemonte ›  4.3 millions inhabitants (7,5% of the national population) ›   411,000 companies (of which 1,600 with over 50 employees) ›   Over 1,800,000  employees (18% in hi-tech sector) › Over 100 billion euro GDP   (8,4% of national income produced) ›   10% of national industrial production › Torino 2006 host city of XXth Winter Olympic Games  
  • 3. 2. R&D actors
      • One of the top Italian regions for investment in R&D (equal to 1.8% of the region's GDP)
      • Business enterprise sector investment in R&D (% of total R&D investments): 78,6 %
      • Over 18,000 R&D employees, 11.6 % of the national total
      • 25% of national private R&D investment
    • Updated Regional Innovation Scoreboard to monitor Piemonte’s R&D performance in response to policy inputs against those of other 12 European Regions
    An outstanding region
  • 4.
    • 4 Universities :
      • University of Turin, Polytechnic of Turin, University “Amedeo Avogadro”, University of Gastronomic Sciences
    • 6 Science and Technology Parks (STPs)
      • Bioindustry Park (biotechnology)
      • Environment Park (renewable energies & hydrogen)
      • Virtual and Reality Multimedia Park
      • Tecnogranda (agri-food)
      • PST Valle scrivia (logistics)
      • Tecnoparco del Lago Maggiore (energy and materials)
    • 1 Technology district
      • Torino Wireless (ICT)
    • 2 Platform committees
      • Aerospace and aeronautics
      • Infomobility and Logistics
    • 2 University i ncubators
    • Over 100 research centers (public & private)
    2. R&D actors
  • 5.
    • Selectivity : the double-track strategy
    • Intervention only where market failures exist
    • Support to innovation demand and technology transfer
    • Focus on human capital
    • International evaluation for regional call for proposals
    • (FP6 evaluators)
    • Enhanced cooperation in R&D with other Italian Regions
    • (agreement between Piemonte, Lombardia, and Emilia, with Umbria, and with Sardegna Regions)
    Regional Law 4/2006 3. Policy guidelines
  • 6.
    • Participation to European networks of Regions:
    • ERRIN (European Regions Research and Innovation Network)
        • ERISA (European Regional Information Society Association)
        • ECRN (European Chemical Regions Network)
        • HyRamp (European Regions and Municipalities partnership for Hydrogen and Fuel Cells)
        • European Cluster Alliance
        • IRE (Innovating Regions in Europe)
    Regional Law 4/2006 3. Policy guidelines
  • 7. Double track: sectors of intervention
    • SCIENCE PUSH
      • Life-science and biotechnology
      • Nanotechnology and advanced production processes
      • New materials
      • Alternative energies
      • Social and juridical sciences applied to the Region’s attractiveness
    • TECHNOLOGY PULL
      • Environmental safety
      • Agro-industry sector and product traceability
      • Advanced health services
      • Advanced logistics
      • Aerospace
      • Intelligent and sustainable mobility
      • Creative and multimedia companies
      • Heritage conservation and transformation
    3. Policy guidelines
  • 8.
    • Calls for proposals with high minimum size of research project and implying a strong cooperation between Universities/research centres and enterprises.
    • Creation of regional technology platforms in key regional sectors
    • Living Labs
    • Researchers as main vector of technology transfer: researcher internship program in enterprises
    • Support to high education programs and to PhD students’ mobility
    Measures of intervention 4. Actions
  • 9.
    • 2006 PRE-COMPETIVE RESEARCH CALL FOR PROPOSALS (renewable energies, infomobility, bio&nanotech, aerospace, agri-food)
      • Budget: 32 M€ project size: 500.000 - 2M€
      • Joint University-enterprises projects
      • International evaluation
    • SUPPORTING SMEs
      • Voucher for research activities, IPR enforcement and credit risk (Basel II)
    • TRASNATIONAL RESEARCH PROJETCS via Eranet in Manufacturing
    • SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY PARKS RE-LAUNCHING PLAN
    • DESIGN FOR SMEs CALL FOR IDEAS (Turin, 2008 World Design Capital)
    What has been done 4. Actions
  • 10. What has been done
    • TECHNOLOGY PLATFORMS
      • Aerospace platform call (20 M€)
      • Biotech and Life Sciences call (20 M€)
    • FELLOWSHIPS FOR RESEARCHERS AND TEACHERS MOBILITY
    • CONVERGING TECHNOLOGIES CALL (ICT, biotech, nanotech and cognitive sciences)
      • Budget: 32 M€ project size: 3M€ - 10M€
      • Joint University-enterprises projects
      • International evaluation
      • Advanced Production Systems call
      • Budget: 20 millions of Euros Project size:400.000€ - 2M€
      • Joint University-enterprises projects
      • International evaluation
      • .
    4. Actions
  • 11.
      • INNOVATION CLUSTERS DEVELOPMENT
      • TECHNOLOGY PLATFORMS DEVELOPMENT
      • Agro-industry
      • Infomobility
      • Energy
    • DESIGN FOR SMEs CALL FOR IDEAS (Turin, 2008 World Design Capital)
      • OECD REVIEW OF REGIONAL INNOVATION
    What’s in progress 4. Actions
  • 12.
      • INNOVATION POLES
      • AREAS:
      • AGRO-FOOD (AREAS OF CUNEO AND VERCELLI)
      • BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING (AREAS OF CANAVESE AND VERCELLI)
      • SUSTAINABLE CHEMISTRY (AREAS OF NOVARA)
      • NEW MATERIALS (AREAS OF ALEASSANDRIA)
      • DIGITAL CREATIVITY AND MULTIMEDIA (AREAS OF TORINO)
      • SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE AND HYDROGEN (AREAS OF TORINO)
      • RENEWABLE ENERGY AND BIOFUELS (AREAS OF TORTONA)
      • FITTINGS, SYSTEMS AND COMPONENTS FOR RENEWABLE ENERGIES (AREAS OF VERBANO-CUSIO-OSSOLA)
      • RENEWABLE ENERGIES AND MICRO HYDRO (AREAS OF VERELLI)
      • ICT (AREAS OF CANAVESE AND TORINO)
      • MECHATRONICS AND ADVANCED PRODUTION SYSTEMS (AREAS OF TORINO)
      • TEXTILE (AREAS OF BIELLA)
    5. Piedmont Region – Division of Innovation, Research and University
  • 13. The Innovation Poles are coordination structures among different actors of a specific sector set up for providing services with a high added value and infrastructure for innovation. The aim is to stimulate the request for innovation , while promoting the outlining of technological and strategic problems (logistical, planning and marketing ones) to be faced jointly.   INOVATION POLES
  • 14. Each Pole has to put together a significant number of enterprises . The actors of the Innovation Pole jointly define the strategies for the investments and development of the Pole itself . The participation of research bodies is not compulsory . Each Innovation Pole defines a managing body with the task of activities coordination. The Innovation Poles’ managing actors are juridical bodies acting in the regional territory with the task of coordination among the different actors of a specific sector. THE ACTORS OF THE INNOVATION POLES
  • 15. Managing Body Enterprise Enterprise Enterprise Enterprise Research body INNOVATION POLES: HOW THEY WORK Outlining of the request for innovation Regional policies for innovation Services Innovation models Common services Common infrastructure External enterprise External enterprise External enterprise External enterprise
  • 16.
    • Thank you for your attention
    • Dr Erica GAY Director, Division of Innovation, Research and University – REGIONE PIEMONTE, Italy
    • For further information: www.regione.piemonte.it/innovazione