The S3 Platform is organising its next PXL workshop on Governance of the Smart Specialisation Strategies. Should you be interested in participating as a peer review region, contact us! .
Given its experimentalist and result-oriented approach, smart specialisation places a strong emphasis on the role of monitoring and evaluation. Throughout the years, the JRC has developed a solid framework for monitoring, in response of a very strong demand from national and regional authorities. As the end of the programming period approaches, it is time to debate on the state of the art of monitoring activities and how to evaluate S3. In order to address these aspects, it is necessary to build a space for communication between researchers and practitioners, based on shared empirical and conceptual ground. This document proposes the agenda for one workshop aimed at strengthening such common space.
Learning Lab on "Supporting mechanisms for capacity building in framework programme participation (H2020/Horizon Europe)"11/12/2018 11/12/2018
This event is designed as a Mutual Learning Event where cases showing good practices will be shared and discussed, and where participants may present specific requests and alternative solutions will be debated.
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This conference focuses on organisational innovation issues in the context of the activity that development agencies are carrying out to support the economic growth in their territories.
Working session in Bilbao with the partners of the interregional S3 Partnership on Sustainable Buildings.
The S3 Thematic Platformd Days: Conference and Meetings, co-hosted by the Basque Country, consisted of a Joint Thematic Platforms Conference and three independent platform-specific meetings.
The first Peer Learning Workshop will be hosted by Centre Val Loire in Orléans (France) with the objective of sharing HESS case studies' approaches and action-research lessons learnt. The JRC will present the content of the HESS Handbook (forthcoming) that provides six elements to reflect on: HE systems, HE careers, the EDP, governance, funding and monitoring. Four regions, Centre-Val de Loire, Navarre, Puglia and North-East Romania, will share the opportunities and obstacles in building regional partnerships in the context of smart specialisation.
The EPPN is organising a specific session with regions to discuss different activities like: • Coordination to future research policy and innovation directions, • Identify and recommend strategy development at European, national and regional level, with particular focus on innovation barriers and the exploitation of pilot production facilities, • Explore Synergies with national, regional initiatives including RTD&I Programming (Smart specialisation), • Establish national and regional contacts that have expressed interest to work with the EPPN • Establish contacts and monitor best international practices related to the pilot production facility development, • Identify Value Chain and Ecosystem development needs related to pilot plants and support further integration.
New collaborative models for ICT projects and the increasing role of territoriality and RIS3
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