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BaltKIC project


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Exploiting synergy between functioning of European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT), its Knowledge and Innovation Communities (KICs), integrated knowledge triangle and Baltic innovation ecosystem

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BaltKIC project

  1. 1. 1 KIC(k) the Baltic Seed Money Facility Powerpoint presentation is accompanying by set of documents BALTKI C
  2. 2. 2 What BaltKIC is? • the macro- regional initiative composed of University of Szczecin as a lead partner, Westpomerania Region, Northern Chambers of Commerce, BIRTI organization and Baltic Sea States Subregional Co-opretaion (BSSSC) member(s) • BSR interlinked, organizational innovation consortium supported by involvement of well- established pan-Baltic organization (BSSSC, represented by Helsinki-Uusimma Region) with focus on innovation and entrepreneurship as a cross-cutting theme its 2013-2014 Presidency • Driven by concept of pan-Baltic triple helix model as a knowledge free flow between pan-Baltic organizations of regional authorities, business, academe, civil society and finance for BSR trans-national innovation (slide 8)
  3. 3. 3 • Focused on attempt to develop an integration of knowledge triangle within Baltic dimension (BSR IKT model; slide 17 + accompanying documents) • Designed as a peer learning organization that utilizes its collective intelligence to stimulate an emergence of the BSR innovation partnerships in response to forthcoming challenges arisen by European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) – 2018 KICs themes • Based of findings of BSR Innovation Monitor 2012 FORA
  4. 4. 4 Mission 1) To exploit a synergy between European Union Strategy towards Baltic Sea Region (EUSBSR) and European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) within Innovation Union as a flagship initiative of Europe 2020 [slide 6] 2) To interlink the BSR ecosystem of innovation by involvement of pan-Baltic organizations and networks, EUSBSR flagships, BSR clusters and civil society as an end-user of innovation around goal-oriented target* 3) To contribute to the process of establishing the Baltic Sea Region Innovation Strategy – BSRIS (EUSBSR Priority Area Innovation) within the framework of multi-level governance (EUSBSR Horizontal Action Involve) understood as involvement of pan- Baltic organizations of regions, business, academe and civil society (also BSSSC) into the process of development and implementation of EUSBSR [slide 7]
  5. 5. 5 4) To focus on exploiting the BSR critical mass to inrease innovation capacity for *emergence of pan- Baltic partnerships in line with themes of future 2018 Knowledge and Innovation Communities (KICs) at EIT that will be capable to set up at least one Co-location Centre per 2018 KICs in BSR 5) To set up BaltKIC Focus Point in perpsective of 2015- 2018 that will act as a knowledge broker/innovation intermediary between EUSBSR actors and EIT Outreach initiative that is to be established in 2014 [slide 6 and 19]
  6. 6. 6 Between the Strategies Europe 2020 BaltKIC Innovation Union flagship European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) Colocation Centres (CLC) Nodes EUSBSR flagships with reference to 2018 KICs Focus PointFocus Point EUSBSR Priority Area Innovation Horizontal Action Involve 2018 EIT Knowledge and Innovation Communities (KIC) Pan-Baltic Organizations and Networks (CBSS, BSSSC, BUP, BCCA, BNGON)EIT Outreach
  7. 7. 7 BaltKIC within EUSBSR PA Innovation BSRIS PA Flagships HA Flagships Involve pan- BSR organizations HA Involve EIT 2018 KICsEIT 2018 KICs EUSBSR Innovation Space BSR clusters BSR3S ST Parks BUP BCCA& BBA/BDF Civil society/ BNGONBALTKIC Baltic Inno Fund EUSBSR flagships of 2018KICs reference
  8. 8. 8 Baltic Triple Helix model (lock-in situation) U1 G/(r)1 I1 I2 U2 G(r) 2 Lock-in Lock-in escape, Collaboration through networks BUP BCCA BNGON G(r)3 Collaborative Network of pan-Baltic organizations I(dustry), U(niversity), G(ovt) U3 I3 BSSSC
  9. 9. 9 EIT factsheet • EIT established in 2008 within the framework of Innovation Union flagship/Europe 2020 • Operates throughout Knowledge and Innovation Communities as an international partnerships consortia (3 independent partners organizations from 3 different EU states; at least one university and one private company); long term investments (7-15 years) • 12 KICs from 2009-2018 (slide 11); cross-sectoral, co- operative model of network [slide 12] • 5-6 Collocation Centres per each of KICs (slide 10) • Integrated knowledge triangle as a catalyst of collaboration between business, high education and research and technology (+ emphasize on regions and social dimension); [slide 10]
  10. 10. 10 Integrated knowledge triangle (IKT) Source: EIT documents
  11. 11. 11 2009 KICs map Source: EIT documents BSR
  12. 12. 12 EIT KICs network model (2009-2018) • 2009 • 2014 • 2018 ICT Inno EnergyClimate Healthy live& Active ageing Food 4 future Raw Materials Smart & Secure Society Urban Mobility Add Value Manufactor
  13. 13. 13 Structure of KICs Collocation Centres (CLC) KIC CLC B CLC 4 CLC 5CLC 3CLC 2CLC 1 Nodes BaltKIC KIC- [Knowledge and Innovation Community] CLC 1-5 – [Collocation Centres] CLC B- [Baltic- located Collocation Centre] Nodes- CLCs partners (eg. Universities, Science and Technology Parks, clusters etc.) BaltKIC- assistant of CLC B and its nodes on EUSBSR aspects (a possible role after 2018(?))
  14. 14. 14 What BaltKIC can be soon (2013-2014)? Support initiative/project to the process of establishing the Baltic Sea Region Innovation Strategy (led by BSR Stars) by: 1. provision of knowledge to BSR Stars on EIT/KICs ongoing development (EIT presence in EU inno ecosystem shall be taken into account when establishing BSRIS) 2. collaboration with BSR Stars on development of BSR smart specialization strategies- ,,Malmoe process” (f.i by exploring possible thematic match-make of sustainable cities as one of proposed BSR 3S’s and 2018 KIC urban mobility) 3. EUSBSR ,,ambassador project” to EIT- inflow/outflow of information in both ways
  15. 15. 15 What BaltKIC intends to be (2015-2018)? New EUSBSR flagship within Priority Area Innovation (PAI) that: 1. stream the knowledge into Baltic Innovation Spaces (defined as a thematic reflection of 2018 KIC themes) on best solutions to construct the Baltic CLCs (slide 17) 2. Tool to reach an advantage over other EU KICs driven consortia by exploiting the full potential of the EUSBSR flagships and involvement of pan-Baltic organizations and networks around goal-oriented focus
  16. 16. 16 3. proffesional knowledge intensive service (P-KIS) provider to other EUSBSR priority areas (flagships) on KICs know-how (including organizational structure, financial mechanism, IPR and business strategies) e.g PA Secure vs 2018 KIC Smart secure societies, PA SME vs 2018 KIC Add value manufacturing etc 4. contributes in to meet specified EUSBSR Action Plan target of PAI to increase the numebr of international partnerships by 150% in 2020 (by stimulation of building BSR 2018 KIC oriented partnerships and alliances)- Baltic located Collocation Centres and nodes
  17. 17. 17 Example of EUSBSR Innovation Space on Smart secure society (KIC) PA Innovation PA SME PA Education HA Neighbours PA Secure PA Crime BaltKIC Thematic Universal- BSR IKT model Emergence of BSR consortia out of knowledge circle
  18. 18. 18 Who can be part of BALTKIC? • BALTKIC is designed to be composed of Direct Stakeholders (project partners with financial responsibilities) and Indirect Stakeholders that are networked within the BCCA, BBA/BDF, BUP, Baltic NGO Network and BSSSC etc (BALTKIC summary accompanying this presentation explains the above definition in details) • Network strongly invites other organizations/networks that are innovation-driven e.g industrial clusters, research and innovation intensive clusters, consultancy firms, centres for excellence, international financial institutions and social organizations to get involved
  19. 19. 19 BALTKIC Focus Point BaltKIC Focus Point (2015-2018) Board of the Consortium (BoC) LEAD PARTNER (LP) Project Leader (PL) SSS TC (S1) UM TC (U1) AVM TC (A1) EUSBSR flagships (S2) EUSBSR flagships (U2) EUSBSR flagships (A2) BSR Innovation Space (S3) BSR Innovation Space (U3) BSR Innovation Space (A3) EUSBSR Innovation flagships (IF)- BSR Fund, BSR Stars, Baltic Ring etcEUSBSR Innovation flagships (IF)- BSR Fund, BSR Stars, Baltic Ring etc Baltic triple helix networks: BUP, BCCA, BNGON (N) Pan- Baltic organizations: BSSSC, CBSS, BaltMet etc
  20. 20. 20 Project budget • Phase 1: 05. 2013- 12.2013; 7.000 EUR • Phase 2: winter/spring 2014- winter/spring 2015 (SMF/PSF; 85-90% co-finance)- 49, 240 EUR • Phase 3: spring/summer 2015- sumer 2018 (BSR Program; 85% co-finance)- 1,500,000 EUR [slide 21]
  21. 21. 21 BaltKIC financial scheme SMF or PSF CBSS Partners national contributions BSR Program Identyfing and match- making partners for BaltKIC Building trust and exploring possibilities of BaltKIC Ensuring finance from project partners Financial Advantage Support to KIC’s oriented BSR consortia BALTKIC 2013 2014 2015 2018
  22. 22. 22 Budget phase 1 (CBSS case) Eligible cost categories € Financing Plan €2 % of eligible costs Personnel costs 29 120,0000 CBSS PSF funding 44 413,5600 90,00% Travel and subsistence costs 6 100,0000 Contribution of the Lead beneficiary 2 960,9040 6,00% Sub-contracting costs 900,0000 Contribution of the CO- beneficiaries 1 973,9360 4,00% Other direct costs 10 000,0000 Other sources of funding 0,0000 0,00% Administration/overhead 3 228,4000 0 0,0000 0,00% TOTAL ELIGIBLE COSTS 49 348,4000 TOTAL FUNDING 49 348,4000 100,00%
  23. 23. 23 Partners input simulation Koszt całkowity (100%)/eligible cost Dofinansowanie CBSS SMF/ % of eligible cost Wkład CBSS(S MF)/CB SS PSF (SMF) Funding Udział Własny/ % of all partners Wkład Wła sny/ all part ners cont ribu tion Partner (B,L)@ 60%/ LB (LP) contrib ution Partner 1@20 % Partner 2@20% 49 348,4000 90,00% 44 413,5600 10,00% 4 934,8400 2 960,9040 986,9680 986,9680 49 348,4000 85,00% 41 946,1400 15,00% 7 402,2600 4 441,3560 1 480,4520 1 480,4520 49 348,4000 80,00% 39 478,7200 20,00% 9 869,6800 5 921,8080 1 973,9360 1 973,9360 49 348,4000 75,00% 37 011,3000 25,00% 12 337, 100 0 7 402,2600 2 467,4200 2 467,4200 49 348,4000 70,00% 34 543,8800 30,00% 14 804, 520 0 8 882,7120 2 960,9040 2 960,9040 49 348,4000 65,00% 32 076,4600 35,00% 17 271, 940 0 10 363,1640 3 454,3880 3 454,3880
  24. 24. 24 Project intellectual property Kazik Anhalt BaltKIC Consortium Director Mob: +48 692 218 363 E-mail:
  25. 25. 25 Thanks very much for your involvement