21 November 2017

Research and Innovation Ecosystem for the Alpine Region

during the First Annual Forum of the EU Stategy
for the Alpine Region (EUSALP)

24 Novembre 2017 | 09:00 – 10:30
Auditorium, BWM Welt (MUNICH)

 The development of an effective Research and Innovation Ecosystem in the Alpine Region requires to bring together the existing potentials of 7 Countries and 48 Regions to better exploit synergies in the strategic sectors. The Action Group 1 works in order to:

  • know about all existing bodies, networks, funding programmes and policies related to R&I;
  • view how strategically reinforce networking and harmonize programmes and rules;
  • plan a sustainable economic growth in line with the R&I Strategies for Smart Specialisation.

During the workshop the Action Group 1 members will present and discuss the projects and actions they are carrying on to achieve these objectives.

Anna Giorgi, Lombardy Region: Research, Innovation and Networking for the Alpine Region

Emanuela Zilio, University of Milan: Research Laboratories in the Alpine Area (RE-SEARCH ALPS)

Michael Krautblatter, Technische Universität München: AlpSense: Alpine remote Sensing of climateinduced natural hazards

Margherita Russo, Ministry for Education, Research and University, Italy: From regional policies to a macroregional policy. Preliminary results from a comparative analysis on EUSALP regions

Markus Rhomberg, International Lake Constance University IBH: International Lake Constance University IBH – a good example for cross-border cooperation in science and research in the Alpine Region

Umberto Bondi, USI – University of Italian Switzerland: The SCALE(up)ALPS project – fostering the scaling up phase of start-ups in the Alpine Space

Klemen Risto Bizjak, Municipality of Maribor: The ASP-Greencycle Project

Borut Vrščaj, Agricultural Institute of Slovenia: The ASP-Links 4 Soils Project

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