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OPEN INNOVATION & OPEN SCIENCE
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Also this year, following the success of the previous three editions, the event "Open Innovation and Open Science" will be organized during NanoInnovation, thus reaching its fourth edition.
It was decided, for continuity, to maintain the same title, but the contents and aims of the 2021 edition have been revised and reconfigured to keep in due consideration the post-Covid-19 scenarios, in terms of sustainability, 'local' re-industrialization, rethinking of globalization policies and new requirements of university and post-graduate training courses.
The policies for the use of resources deriving from the application of Recovery Funds will make the relationship between public and private research even more crucial and strategic, with a focus on the valorization of knowledge which will represent a key factor for a concrete and stable economic recovery.
The ability to identify and exploit network skills and knowledge, to manage rapid and complex cooperative processes, to promote inclusive and multi-stakeholder processes to increase the social impact of innovation, to aggregate multidisciplinary skills and knowledge, are increasingly crucial factors for the success of research and innovation.
With the advent of the fourth industrial revolution (model 4.0), new and more effective models for matching technology supply and demand are required and a cultural change involving R&I management, as well as dedicated professional figures, is needed to make the most of the opportunities offered by the development of enabling and emerging technologies.
During the sessions of the event some of the main research organizations, universities and large national companies, SMEs, national professional associations and territorial bodies will discuss models and experiences related to:
|09:00 - 10:30
Italian Research: Public system and Industrial world
|Chair: Antonio FALONE, INFN|
Nello LI PIRA
|11:00 - 13:00
Technology Transfer and Regulatory Policies
|Chair: Roberto GIANNANTONIO, Freelance professional on Technological Innovation|
Fabiola MASSA - CV
|14:00 - 15:30
|Chair: Narciso GAMBACORTI, CEA-Leti, Program Manager Nanocharacterization & Metrology
Lorenzo LO CASCIO
|16:00 - 17:15
|Chair: Guglielmo FORTUNATO, CNR-IMM|
CEA-Leti, Program Manager Nanocharacterization & Metrology
CEA-Leti Ecosystem in France
Fully exploiting the potential of Research Infrastructures centers as an Innovation Hub: actions and opportunities in the framework of publicly funded initiatives. The case of ESRF
Marco LAZZARINO & Mattia FANETTI
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