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Open Innovation & Open Science

  Updated on September 18th 2021    go to QR-CODEJE.IV qr code
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JE.IV

OPEN INNOVATION & OPEN SCIENCE

 IV Edition

 

In collaboration with:
AIRI      Associazione NanoItaly 300      Sapienza completa 400

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:

 

  • Training and skills
  • Technology transfer
  • Local initiatives and approach
  • Policies for the creation of research infrastructures
  • Creation of spin-offs and start-ups
  • Process and product sustainability
  • Principles and methods for open science
  • Principles and methods for open innovation
 
 September 24
09:00 - 10:30
Italian Research: Public system and Industrial world

JE.IV.1
Chair: Antonio FALONE, INFN
JE.IV.1.1

Cristina BATTAGLIA
CNR, Responsabile Unità Valorizzazione della Ricerca


Innovation and technology transfer: CNR activities, results and prospects

BATTAGLIA Cristina
JE.IV.1.2

Nello LI PIRA
Material Engineering Methods & Tools, CRF-Stellantis, Global Materials R&I and Roadmap Manager


Evolution of Infotainment in Future Vehicles: Functionalities and Interactions 

LI PIRA Nello
JE.IV.1.3

Fabio BOCCUNI
INAIL


Prevention in the workplace and responsible innovation: the role of INAIL research

BOCCUNI Fabio
JE.IV.1.4

Pietro GIMONDO
RINA Consulting – CENTRO SVILUPPO MATERIALI SpA, 
Head of relations with industry, tender, funded research


Title in definition

!UOMO
JE.IV.1.5

Gianfranco DURIN
INRIM

The open science movement

DURIN Gianfranco
 
11:00 - 13:00
Technology Transfer and Regulatory Policies

JE.IV.2
Chair: Roberto GIANNANTONIO, Freelance professional on Technological Innovation
JE.IV.2.1

Sesto VITICOLI
AIRI, Vice President 


Airi's Contribution on Italian IPR Strategies

VITICOLI Sestio
 JE.IV.2.2

Fabiola MASSA CV
University of Rome Tor Vergata


Technology transfer public research institutions and the consequences of the obligations contracted by researchers and institutions

MASSA Fabiola 2021
JE.IV.2.3

Ivano VISINTAINER
Comitato Elettrotecnico Italiano, Technical Director
Fabrizio BARBERIS
Commissione Ricerca e Technology Transfer Unige, President CT 113 Comitato Elettrotecnico Italiano and Member TC 113 International Electrotechnical Commission – IEC 


The support of CEI and IEC standards for sustainable development. Energy transition to renewable sources and sustainable mobility

VISINTAINER Ivano BARBERIS Fabrizio
JE.IV.2.4

Andrea PARODI
PRAXI Spa


The Evaluation of intangibles assets

PARODI Andrea
JE.IV.2.5

Marco FERRARI
Telespazio


Open Innovation for a new generation of satellite services

FERRARI Marco
 
14:00 - 15:30
Innovation Policies

JE.IV.3
Chair: Narciso GAMBACORTI, CEA-Leti, Program Manager Nanocharacterization & Metrology
JE.IV.3.1

Lorenzo LO CASCIO
Regione Lazio, Assessorato allo Sviluppo Economico, Commercio e Artigianato, Ricerca, Start-Up e Innovazione


Innovation Policies of Regione Lazio (to be confirmed)

LO CASCIO Lorenzo
 JE.IV.3.2

Luigi GALLO
INVITALIA, Incentivi e Innovazione, Responsabile Area Innovazione


Challenges and opportunities of national policies and programs to support research and innovation

GALLO Luigi 2021
JE.IV.3.3

Daniela BAGLIERI
Regione Sicilia, Assessore dell'energia e dei servizi di pubblica utilità
Università degli Studi di Messina, Pro-Rettore alla Ricerca, Innovazione e Trasferimento Tecnologico


Energy transition and decarbonisation policies in Sicily

BAGLIERI Daniela
JE.IV.3.4

Roberto GIANNANTONIO
Freelance professional on Technological Innovation


Let's do it!

GIANNANTONIO Roberto
 
16:00 - 17:15
Ecosystems

JE.IV.4
Chair: Guglielmo FORTUNATO, CNR-IMM
JE.IV.4.1

Corrado SPINELLA
CNR-DSFTM, Direttore


University-CNR-Industry interaction models: the example of Etna Valley

SPINELLA Corrado
JE.IV.4.2
Narciso GAMBACORTI
CEA-Leti, Program Manager Nanocharacterization & Metrology
 
CEA-Leti Ecosystem in France
GAMBACORTI Narciso
JE.IV.4.3

Ennio CAPRIA
ESRF, Grenoble, 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

CAPRIA Ennio
JE.IV.4.4

Marco LAZZARINO & Mattia FANETTI
CNR-IOM Area Science Park & NanoRegion Project, Università di Nova Gorica


NanoRegion - A network of nanolaboratories open to the small-medium enterprises

LAZZARINO Marco FANETTI Mattia
 

 
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