This online workshop on Smart Specialisation for the recovery co-organised by the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre (JRC) and the European Committee of the Regions (CoR), takes place next 15 April 2021.
As well as having academic and policy-oriented presentation, the workshop addressed, with hands on exercises: the use of EU and national open data for S3 monitoring. the drafting and assessing ToRs for S3 evaluation.
This is the first of three workshops, within the targeted support activities, that will tackle the issue of Open Data and Open Science for Monitoring Smart Specialisation. Furthermore, during the workshop we will keep working on the issue of S3 evaluation.
Objective of the workshops: (1) To develop a shared understanding of "S3 Monitoring and Evaluation" (2) To bring S3 technical bodies (who are in charge of the monitoring) close to evaluators. I.e. build the capacity to engage with them, to pursue a meaningful exercise.
Given its experimentalist and result-oriented approach, Smart Specialisation places a strong emphasis on the role of monitoring and evaluation.
The second edition of the high-level Smart Regions even will provide the opportunity for stakeholders to share experience of how smart specialisation has been implemented in their countries and regions. It will enable project promoters to share experience and find cooperation partners across EU in areas such as energy, agri-food, industrial modernisation, cybersecurity, health, and the maritime industry. The conclusions of the discussion will be an important contribution to the discussion on the future of Cohesion Policy post-2020.
Kick-off Event of the Smart Specialisation Platform on Agri-Food is co-organised by the European Commission's S3 Platform and the Government of Tuscany
From smart specialisation to investment projects for industry modernisation session organised by DG GROW in the frame of the 14th European Week of Regions and Cities13/10/2016 13/10/2016
From Smart Specialisation to investment projects for industry modernisation session organised by DG GROW in the frame of the 14th European Week of Regions and Cities
The First SMARTER Conference on Smart Specialisation and Territorial Development was co-organised by the S3 Platform and the Regional Studies Association
Macro-Regional Innovation Week: At the crossroads of three European Macro-Regions: Danube, Adriatic-Ionian and Alpine26/09/2016 30/09/2016
The Macro-Regional Innovation Week intends to focus on the exchange of best practices and knowledge among local and international policy and decision makers, academics, financial actors and various types of innovation and technology transfer practitioners.
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