02 Dec 2020 - 03 Dec 2020 ...
This world café invites participants to provide input into the recently established European platforms for Centres of Vocational Excellence (CoVEs). These platforms, funded by Erasmus+, connect providers of high quality skills and competences for a specific economic sector or societal challenge, embedded closely in regional innovation ecosystems. CoVEs are composed of vocational education and training providers as well as other parts of the ecosystem such as business associations and regional development agencies. Each of the five pilot platforms will host a table to explain the territorial dimension of their activities and seek the views and proposals of all participants. In addition to learning more about the CoVEs, the world café will also help participants to consider how skills can be integrated into their Smart Specialisation Strategies post 2020, for which the European Regional Development Fund can provide funding.
This final meeting of the Horizontal Working Group on Monitoring and Evaluation of RIS3 is organized as part of the project Targeted Support for RIS3 in Lagging Regions and takes place on Wednesday 23rd of October in Alcalá de Henares, Madrid, Spain.
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.
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.
New collaborative models for ICT projects and the increasing role of territoriality and RIS3
This conference will show how regional partnerships including universities and other higher education institutions can drive smart specialisation. It is the result of two related projects: Higher Education for Smart Specialisation (HESS), managed by the European Commission's Joint Research Centre in cooperation with DG Education and Culture, and Thinking Smart, an Erasmus+ funded consortium of European HEIs.
26 Apr 2018 ...
Next plenary meeting of the partnership with main objective to identify cooperation areas, scopes and regional strengths.
The JRC and Regione Puglia have been collaborating on a set of activities, as part of the JRC project of “Targeted Support for RIS3 Implementation” since 2016. A set of further activities are now planned, centred on the role of universities and higher education in RIS3 implementation. The activities have two main aims: a) To promote the integration of higher education, research, innovation and regional development in S3 policy mixes, particularly in the use of European Structural and Investment (ESI) Funds. b) To help build innovation capabilities by looking at the role of HEIs in regional partnerships Regione Puglia, ARTI Puglia and the JRC have co-identified two topics to be studied and addressed: a) The role of Istituti Tecnici Superiori (Higher Technical Institutes, or ITS) in S3. b) The role of doctoral training in S3
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