Georgia and Smart Specialisation: Technical Training - S3 Workshop (Level 2)
Smart Specialisation Strategies for Sustainability in Latin America, a place-based innovation approach for development in transition09/12/2020 09/12/2020
The main objectives of this event are three fold: - To present the potential of Smart Specialisation to foster localised, innovation-driven sustainable territorial development, as an important milestone in the new Innovation pillar of the EU-CELAC Common Research Area (CRA). - To officially launch the project S4LatinAmerica as a joint action of two services of the European Commission: DG DEVCO and the Joint Research Centre (JRC). The event will allow to share detail of activities and expected outcomes, notably those addressing: (i) mapping of innovation potential, (ii) Entrepreneurial Discovery Processes, (iii) identification of pilot projects and (iv) role of sustainable dimension in place-based innovation approaches. - review progress of the Smart Specialisation uptake in Latin America through results achieved by previous projects. Implicitly, the event will contribute to situate the S4LatinAmerica project as strategic action within the “Development in Transition” initiative led by the European Commission in collaboration with strategic partners such as OECD, CEPAL, SEGIB, etc.
S3 TRAINING WORKSHOP (PART 1): Developing Smart Specialisation Strategies in Eastern Partnership Countries02/12/2020 02/12/2020
This seminar aimed to provide national and regional S3 teams from Georgia (as well as Armenia and Belarus) an overview of the six-step methodology behind S3: from qualitative and quantitative analyses, identification of S3 priorities, strategy development as well as its implementation. During this workshop, participants will learn in more detail about an operational approach agreed with the national team and based on the JRC smart specialisation framework for Enlargement and Neighbourhood countries.
The online event aims to raise awareness about smart specialisation at national and regional level in Georgia as well as to present the first findings from the mapping analysis on existing economic and innovative data can provide.
Virtual workshop and assistance sessions: "Creating mature interregional investment projects under the S3P-Industry"
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.
The European Hydrogen Valleys partnership hold the “Hydrogen 4 Climate Action” conference on the 9th of October
As more than two billion people are added to the global population in the coming decades and urban populations continue to grow (70% by 2050), the question arises: how will we move them, and the goods they require, more efficiently and effectively than today?
What role will Digital Innovation Hubs play in the Digital Europe Programme? How will funding work? How can collaboration betwee hubs be fostered any further? These issues will be discussed in the next meeting of the Working Group on Digital Innovation Hubs.
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