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Agenda

Exploring new perspectives

18 - 20 May 2021 / live from Graz, Austria

We look forward to a colourful programme full of variety. In addition to keynotes and workshops, you can expect exciting networking opportunities and much more.  

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Further agenda details, including access to your personal agenda and livestream links, can be found on our event platform: https://gis2021.b2match.io/
  • General
  • Funding and Networking
  • Green Transition
  • Post COVID
  • Digital Transformation
morning
09:00 - 09:30
Side Studio

Join us in our Side Studio for a countdown to the official opening of the Global Innovation Summit. Get a peek behind the scenes of what’s involved in the organisation of an event of this nature. We’ll show you around the venue of #GIS2021, chat with our hosts and organisers and accompany you until we hand over to the main stage at 9:30 am.

09:30 - 10:05
Official Opening Session

• Mariya Gabriel (tbc), Commissioner (Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth)
• Margarete Schramböck (Video Note), Austrian Federal Minister for Digital and Economic Affairs
• Barbara Eibinger-Miedl, Regional Minister for for Economy, Tourism, Regions, Science and Research
• Ulrich Schuh, Eureka Chairperson, President of the Eureka Association

10:05 - 10:50
Bertrand Piccard: Pioneer's Spirit for Innovating the Future

• Bertrand Piccard, Initiator, Pilot, Chairman, Solar Impulse Foundation

10:50 - 11:25
Gabriel Felbermayr: The World Economy after Corona

• Gabriel Felbermayr, President of the Kiel Institute for the World Economy

11:25 - 11:40
Coffee Break & Side Studio

The brains behind our virtual exhibition will bring you on a tour and share with you how a project like this evolves from an idea on a Post-it note to this virtual universe of innovation.

11:40 - 12:30
Plenary Session: How can a Green Transition take place successfully and which hurdles do we have to overcome to achieve it?

• Bertrand Piccard, Initiator, Pilot, Chairman, Solar Impulse Foundation
• Gabriel Felbermayr, President of the Kiel Institute for the World economy
• Sabine Herlitschka, Vice-President of the Federation of Austrian Industry & CEO/CTO of Infineon Technologies Austria AG
• Jean-Luc di Paola-Galloni, Valeo Group Corporate Vice-President – Sustainable Development and External Affairs
• Jan Segerstam, Development Director at Empower IM Oy

At the latest with the advent of the EU Green Deal, it has become clear that a new era is dawning for European climate policy. Climate change, environmental degradation and dwindling biodiversity are an existential threat to Europe and the entire world – and the clock is ticking. There is no way around finally setting the course towards a resource-conserving and cycle-oriented economy and society. But how can this balancing act between ecological, economic and social well-being issues succeed? In 2020, the global economy experienced one of the deepest recessions in decades due to the Covid pandemic and a rapid economic recovery is a top priority. But can a decoupling of economic growth and resource consumption on the scale needed work at all? Which green technologies do we need to particularly focus on to achieve this and which processes and behaviours that have been established as standard until now do we need to abandon as soon as possible?

The Green Transition throws a bright light on a large array of clean future technologies and areas that play a key role in achieving sustainable changes and goals. Renewable and zero-emission energies, smart grids, sustainable mobility, eco-design, recycling, sustainable agriculture, green buildings and much more form important tools to tighten the loose screws of our planet. But are these innovations the only important key to success? Or is there an equal need for a shift in the definition of social well-being – away from traditional and economic values towards ecological and social needs? How can we build a sustainable and effective “green system” through interactions between technology and society?

Global problems must also be solved globally. The EU Green Deal is a hugely important step in the right direction, but which hurdles need to be overcome across European borders? How must we cooperate and what role must prosperous and progressive regions play towards developing ones?

It very quickly becomes clear – the Green Transition raises a huge number of questions and offers almost infinite room for discussion.

noon
12:30 - 13:00
Association of Singapore to Eureka

• Margarete Schramböck, Austrian Federal Minister for Digital and Economic Affairs
• Gan Kim Yong, Minister for Trade and Industry, Singapore
• Ulrich Schuh, Eureka Chairperson, President of the Eureka Association
• Henrietta Egerth, General Manager of the Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG)

13:00 - 14:30
Side Studio & Lunch break

Join us for short interviews with interesting, innovative minds from Graz, Styria and further afield. And who knows, you might even have the chance to win something.

13:30 - 14:30
B2B Meetings

brought to you by the Enterprise Europe Network

afternoon
14:30 - 17:15
S01: Future of mobility

by ACStyria

What is the future of mobility? New ecological conditions, changing social structures, new customer profiles, changing forms of use ( such as multimodality) and new technological possibilities: all of these represent an opportunity to the global mobility industry. In this session, partner companies of ACstyria, a Styrian cluster of 300+ companies from automotive, aerospace and rail, will give an outlook of what to expect in the coming years and will illustrate which innovations from Styria are on the horizon.

14:30 - 17:15
S02: Digital sensor innovations made in Styria

by Joanneum Research

Styria and the southern region of Austria are home to several world leaders in microelectronics and sensor technology. JOANNEUM RESEARCH is the innovation company of this region and organises this session to highlight the latest sensor developments of its own as well as of renowned companies that enable groundbreaking innovations in a wide range of application areas.
A panel discussion with successful founders and entrepreneurs from Styria will explore what it takes to turn the latest technology developments into innovative solutions and commercially successful products for an international market. Finally, various initiatives will be presented, which support innovators and business start-ups at regional, transnational and European level.

14:30 - 15:45
S03: Tech for Green – the power of Electronic Based Systems for a greener future

by Silicon Austria Labs

Silicon Austria Labs (SAL) conducts research along the value chain of electronic based systems (EBS). In cooperation with scientific and industrial partners, SAL strengthens the Austrian ecosystem and enables innovation. In this discussion, the panelists will dive deeper into different fields of EBS research that contribute to a more sustainable and greener future and will investigate how cooperation across industries, countries and along the value chain can increase the overall innovative power of Europe.

14:30 - 17:15
S08: Eureka Academy: funding opportunities for research and innovation

by Eureka

Eureka is the world’s biggest public network for international cooperation in R&D and innovation, present in over 45 countries. Eureka is uniquely placed in the Europe’s innovation area, emphasizing international cooperation in R&D projects. Through our global network of ministries, national funding agencies and the European Commission, we give SMEs, startups, large companies and universities access to public funding for R&D projects. Discover our core programmes: Eurostars, Network projects, Globalstars, JIRP and the Eureka Clusters Programme.

14:30 - 15:45
S09: International Cleantech Network meets EEN sustainability groups

by ICN

In this cooperation workshop, the International Cleantech Network – the leading global cleantech network consisting of 16 regional clusters, and the EEN Sustainability Groups Intelligent Energy, Environment and Circular Economy, will explore cooperation possibilities. The goal is to strengthen SME support on both sides through synergies and new perspectives.

14:30 - 15:45
S05: Explainable and Trustworthy AI meets Cyber Security in the Quantum Age

by Silicon Alps Cluster

In this session, Andreas Trügler (Deputy Head Research Area Data Security at Know-Center) and Jörg-Peter Elbers (Senior Vice President Advanced Technology, Standards & IPR at ADVA Optical Networking SE) will give inspiring presentations on trustworthy AI and Cyber Security that will serve as impulse talks for the resulting panel discussion. The panel discussion will welcome the two speakers as well as three other experts from the field – represented by András Montvay (Silicon Austria Labs), Charles Dietz (Sclable) and Andreas Sibrai (Sibrai Electronics).

The session in a nutshell:

Deep learning models have recently demonstrated remarkable results in diverse tasks, such as image classification or machine translation. They are increasingly applied where mispredictions might have severe consequences – ranging from industrial predictive maintenance, to heartbeat anomaly detection and stock market forecasts. However, one caveat of deep learning is that a model’s behavior cannot be understood by inspecting its internals. This is where interpretability and explanation methods (XAI) come into play to highlight the contributing factors of a model’s prediction in an understandable human form. The speakers will give an overview of the opportunities and basic ideas of XAI and highlight how they form an essential building block towards trustworthy AI. Furthermore, the speakers will build a bridge towards quantum computers, which promise to solve some of the most complex mathematical problems more efficiently than ever. However, their computing power also puts information security at risk, so threat scenarios and how to protect oneself will also be examined.

14:30 - 16:00
S11: The importance of Intellectual Property when doing business abroad

by International IP SME Helpdesk

More and more companies are moving in international environments where it’s essential to consider the protection of copyright, trademarks and patents.

By granting exclusive rights on the use of an invention or creation, IP rights give their holders several advantages, which when properly exploited can be used to bring highly competitive products to the market, increase market share and revenues.

Nevertheless, holders must be aware that such rights can be geographically limited and, therefore, subject to further protection if they are planning to enter foreign markets.

Come and meet our experts from the International IP SME Helpdesk to know what Intellectual Property is; why is it so important in your internationalisation process; its benefits to your business; and what are the most remarkable particularities in China, Vietnam, Mexico, Singapore, Brazil or India – and join the conversation to clarify any doubts you may have.

For more information on our services, please visit: https://intellectual-property-helpdesk.ec.europa.eu/regional-helpdesks_en

14:30 - 17:15
S07: Towards a Western Balkans regional innovation area - supporting innovation in the Western Balkans

by EC, DG R&I

Over the last 10 years, the innovation performance within the Western Balkans region has significantly improved. But to catch up with other European regions, the focus of innovation efforts needs to be enhanced.
At the last Ministerial Conference, Western Balkan Ministers pledged to increase their support for research, innovation, education, training and culture. Senior government officials regularly meet at the Western Balkans Platforms on Education and Training and Research and Innovation. Ministers expressed their firm support for the proposed ‘Western Balkans Agenda on Innovation, Research, Education, Culture, Youth and Sport’ and highlighted the various EU programmes aimed at improving cross-border cooperation in these fields.
The Western Balkans Agenda on Innovation, Research, Education, Culture, Youth and Sport will provide opportunities to students, researchers, innovators and cultural operators so that they can access new markets, become more competitive and build sustainable prosperity. A intensive innovation agenda will be essential for enhancing human capital development as well as the development of a sustainable innovation ecosystem.
In these two sessions, participants will learn more on the opportunities for innovation support for Western Balkans organisations and their partners across EU programmes and beyond, aiming to achieve synergies. Cooperation possibilities with international financial institutions, The EIT’s Knowledge and Innovation Centres (KICs), intergovernmental organisations and regional innovation investments will be explored.

15:45 - 16:00
Side Studio afternoon & coffee break

Join us for short interviews with interesting, innovative minds from Graz, Styria and further afield. And who knows, you might even have the chance to win something.

16:00 - 17:15
S04: Space-Ocean-Earth: interactions for a sustainable, innovative and safe society

by AIR Centre/PT Eureka Chairmanship Team

Our Blue Planet is changing. This has significant impact on how societies will work and live in 2030 and beyond. We must take the pulse of our Earth, particularly with respect to biodiversity and climate. Today, new observation methods making use of small satellites, in-situ sensor systems, aerial sensors and the combination of data science, AI and quantum computing, enable the development of new applications for predicting, assessing and managing the new paradigm’s in land exploration/exploitation and register; urban planning; critical infrastructures; biodiversity and natural resources; maritime surveillance; agriculture; fisheries and aquaculture; environmental changes (e.g. sea level rise, ocean acidification, water temperature increase, coastal erosion) among other everyday new uprising challenges.
This session will address challenging questions related to these emerging issues, where research and innovation on space, ocean and earth systems and interactions will play a key role on the generation of new knowledge, technologies and businesses across disciplines, stimulating institutional innovation in public and private entities, to better guide a common sustainable, digital and safer future for society at large.

16:00 - 17:15
S12: Connecting EU finance and funding opportunities with innovation measures by the Enterprise Europe Network

by EEN TG Reserarch

In this session, four thematic groups of Enterprise Europe Network focusing on various aspects of access to funding and financing innovation and scale-up will discuss together on how they can collaborate and contribute to the implementation of the EEN vision. It is planned that representatives of EISMEA/DG GROW will give input to and guide the discussion.

The objectives of this EEN-focused session are:
– To exchange on the mandate and activities of each group, with a particular focus on preparing the new EEN funding period (e.g. programmes covered, networks, participation in special innovation support calls, …)
– Activities and scope for the new EEN: How to join forces to implement our EEN mandate (client journey)
After a short introductory presentation* of each group, a panel discussion will follow. The outcome shall be a joint approach and proposals for joint activities in view of supporting our EEN clients in the most optimal way concerning developing and bringing to market their innovation.

16:00 - 17:15
S06: Enabling European industrial sovereignty: technologies for higher resilience, efficiency and trustworthiness

by Silicon Alps Cluster, AT Styria und EPoSS

Silicon Alps will open the session together with AT Styria and EPoSS and further welcome EPoSS Chairman Stefan Finkbeiner to seal the mutual partnership with Silicon Alps.

Josef Moser (Director Innovation Management and Funding at Infineon Technologies) and Michael Jerne (Director External Relations at NXP Semiconducters Austria) will give two compelling presentations that will serve as an impulse for the subsequent panel discussion. The panel discussion will welcome the two speakers as well as four other experts from the field – Stefan Finkbeiner (EPoSS), Sandra Slavinec (charismaTec), Christian Knollmayer (Magna Steyr) and Przemyslaw Jakub Gromala (Robert Bosch).

The presentations and panel discussion will address the following topics and raise some important questions:

Looking at Industry 4.0 as a two-dimensional approach, with automation activities on the one hand and advances in digital transformation on the other, one can see the multiple possible impacts on modern production technologies. The speakers will examine the management of complexity, quality requirements of lot size one, global supply chains, predictive maintenance and the optimised use of invested assets, illustrated by practical examples from the new 300mm power semiconductor Fab of Infineon in Villach. Furthermore, RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) and complementary technologies like NFC (Near Field Communication) and UWB (Ultra-Wide Band) and how they support efficient and secure implementations of industrial IoT will be discussed. The speakers will also highlight opportunities provided by these technologies and address key ingredients for effective and secure implementation.
Finally, the speakers will consider the question: what comes after Industry 4.0?

17:15 - 17:45
Side Studio afternoon & coffee break

Join us for short interviews with interesting, innovative minds from Graz, Styria and further afield. And who knows, you might even have the chance to win something.

evening
17:30 - 19:00
B2B Meetings

brought to you by the Enterprise Europe Network

  • General
  • Funding and Networking
  • Digital Transformation
  • Post COVID
  • Green Transition
morning
08:30 - 09:00
Side Studio

Together let’s have a look back over Day 1 of the Global Innovation Summit. What did you like, what surprised you, what are you looking forward today? We’d love to hear from you in this interactive slot.

09:00 - 09:10
Opening

• Stefan Lenglinger, ORF
• Christoph Ludwig, CEO, Steirische Wirtschaftsförderung SFG

09:10 - 09:30
Jean-Luc di Paola-Galloni: Digital and collaborative innovation for a decarbonated mobility

• Jean-Luc di Paola-Galloni, Valeo Group Corporate Vice-President – Sustainable Development and External Affairs

09:30 - 09:45
Hermann Erlach: Welcome To The Age of Possible

• Hermann Erlach, General Manager Microsoft Österreich GmbH

09:45 - 10:15
Plenary Session: Digital Business Transformation – Industry Sector Perspectives

• Hermann Erlach, General Manager Microsoft Österreich GmbH
• Christian Horak, Partner at Contrast Ernst & Young Management Consulting GmbH
• Ralph Büchele, Partner at Roland Berger
• TBD, Focus on Mobility Sector

No matter which industry you look at – digital technologies have taken on a leading role almost everywhere. Transformational processes are taking place, which are causing major and lasting changes. Adaptability and agility are becoming increasingly important. Disruptive technologies and developments are reshaping many areas of business and everyday life. How will future innovations, mainly influenced by digitalisation, affect our lives?

In this context, this discussion between industry experts is intended to shed light on the different sectors (Green Tech, Health Tech, Mobility, Electronic Based Systems etc.). The audience should get a sense of the major role digital transformation plays for their particular sector, how it inevitably links different industries and what opportunities and risks it brings.

10:15 - 10:45
Plenary Session: The COVID Catalyst Effect – a massive trigger of the digital economy and society?

• Stephan Danninger, Director at the IMF Singapore
• Sören Salomo, Professor for Technology and Innovation Management at TU Berlin
• Hermann Eul, Supervisory Board Member AT&S
• Roxane Adle Aiguier, Head of Digital Society Research Domain at Orange

By now, almost everyone has realised that digital transformation is not a trend – it is here to stay and will change our lives, economy and society for the long term. Whether from a professional or personal perspective, it is no longer enough to watch the developments from the sidelines. Those who are not already in the game, need to warm up quickly. Just to survive as a company in the market, you have to already be part of the development – or gain ground as quickly as possible.

This is where the COVID pandemic has made a decisive contribution: it has literally forced us into the digital world. The speed at which a wide variety of digital developments have accelerated over the past year would not otherwise have taken place in this way.

Many companies, institutions and individuals who recognised the digital transformation as a great opportunity at an early stage are now emerging as winners from the pandemic. For the rest, the pressure seems to have become even greater.

This expert discussion is primarily intended to shed light on the influence of the COVID pandemic on digital transformation. Examples from business, science and society along with future theses in connection with this development and interpretations of the “new normal” should be brought closer to the listener.

10:45 - 11:00
Coffee Break & Side Studio

The brains behind our virtual exhibition will bring you on a tour and share with you how a project like this evolves from an idea on a Post-it note to this virtual universe of innovation.

11:00 - 13:00
Plenary Session: One year after the outbreak of the COVID crisis - consequences for the European and international economic and RTI systems

Keynote:
Signe Ratso, European Commission, Deputy Director General

Moderated Discussion: One year after – what did we learn? What to expect for the post-COVID era?
• Ulrich Schuh, Eureka Chairperson, President of the Eureka Association
• Andrea Höglinger, Head of Division European and International Programmes at the Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG)
• Miguel Belló Mora, CEO of the Atlantic International Research Centre (AIR Centre), incoming Portuguese Eureka Chairperson 2021-2022
• Edwin Chow, Assistant CEO, Innovation & Enterprise, Enterprise Singapore
• Zenebe Uraguchi, Programme Manager, Eastern Europe, South Caucasus & Western Balkans, Helvetas Swiss Intercooperation
• Mike Mulcahy, CEO GreenCape, South Africa
• Jeanette Jackson (Video Note), CEO, Foresight – Canada’s cleantech ecosystem accelerator
• Ulrike Rabmer-Koller, Rabmer Group, General Manager

One year ago, the World Health Organisation declared the outbreak of COVID-19 a pandemic. It has been a year of uncertainty, empty streets, offices, school desks and, at times, empty supermarket shelves. Nevertheless, the year also opened a window of new opportunities for change and thought us new ways of thinking when it comes to climate change or digitalisation for example. The pandemic has taught us how to work remotely but also how to cope with social distancing – people are always finding ways to stay in touch with those closest to them.

Predictions are of course a difficult business, but we know that crises usually spur innovation. In the pre-COVID times, businesses and governments already worked together to boost the economy and advance innovations. However, what can we expect in the years to come and how can we plan for the post-COVID future? Will COVID-19 be a setback or accelerator for international RTI cooperation? Will the economy re-globalise, or re-localise and what affects might be expected for the international RTI cooperation?

Thousands of companies and start-ups worldwide have already begun coming up with creative ways to help governments address the crisis. The governments and funding institutions on the other side have already created programmes to support businesses and research and innovation partners in implementing their innovative projects worldwide. Following the motto of this year’s Summit: “Exploring new perspectives”, the high-level panellists from policy, business and research will share with us their views on the year behind us and their expectations for the post-COVID era.

noon
13:00 - 14:30
Side Studio & Lunch break

Join us for short interviews with interesting, innovative minds from Graz, Styria and further afield. And who knows, you might even have the chance to win something.

13:30 - 14:30
B2B Meetings

brought to you by the Enterprise Europe Network

afternoon
14:30 - 17:15
S13: From Green Deal to green lead

by Green Tech Cluster Styria

This session will focus on the theme of what it takes to become a “Green Leader”, examined from different perspectives. Experts from research institutes, funding and public institutions and innovative companies will discuss various aspects with investors and start-ups. The topics should be as diverse as possible and cover a wide range of viewpoints.
The session starts with a statement from Ralph Büchele, Partner at Roland Berger Munich and a statement from Friedrich Prinz, Professor at Stanford University.
We then look forward to a lively panel discussion on how to foster green R&D&I and green growth. We are delighted to welcome innovative thinkers who set new standards in the field of climate protection, discussing how they have managed to become a Green Leader or which steps they plan to take to get there.
We will also give a voice to the “future green leaders” with video inputs from innovative start-ups and young companies who will present their ideas and innovations.

14:30 - 15:45
S14: How to boost your innovation: opportunities for innovative SMEs in Horizon Europe

by Austrian Research Funding Agency (FFG)

The workshop will introduce the various financial instruments supporting innovative SMEs in Horizon Europe. It will focus on all innovation-related funding and support instruments, such as the European Innovation Council (EIC), the European Institute for Innovation and Technology (EIT), the co-fund programme Eurostars-3, the Enterprise Europe Network (EEN) and cooperative projects, which can play a crucial role enabling SMEs to grow to their strengths and become European champions.

14:30 - 18:30
S21: Eureka Korea Day

by Korea Institute for Advancement of Technology

The Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy (MOTIE) of Korea and Korea Institute for Advancement of Technology (KIAT) invites you to “2021 Korea Eureka Day”, an online event to be held as a part of the Global Innovation Summit 2021 on Wed. 19th May 2021. Korea Eureka Day is a gathering of innovators, companies and leaders from Korea and Eureka member countries to share ideas and facilitate R&D collaboration. This year’s Korea Eureka Day will take place online, and it will provide a unique opportunity to strengthen and enhance R&D&I cooperation between Korea and Europe. As such, we encourage your participation in “2021 Korea Eureka Day” as well as your cooperation and support in promoting the “Meet Asia” B2B meeting session, a great opportunity to find potential Korean innovative partners.

Please find here the Agenda and Idea Pitch Participant’s list.

14:30 - 15:45
S19: Green building solutions: Innovation that grows - how do we protect the climate and create valuable living space?

by Holzcluster Styria

The construction sector is responsible for a large part of overall energy consumption and CO2 emissions.

It therefore needs innovations that help to bind the CO2 and at the same time enhance our built environment. Renewable raw materials such as wood offer this potential, as they are mostly available regionally and their use has a positive effect on our environment in a variety of ways.

14:30 - 17:15
S22: Scaling your business internationally

by Innovate UK

This is a two-part session where we explore the highly topical issue of scaling businesses globally.
The first part of the session will set the scene, focusing on the current state of play and global picture, followed by a panel focussed on policy makers, which will explore how we can support businesses to scale internationally, giving examples of best practice and insight from world-leading experts. The second part of the session is aimed at businesses who are keen to scale their company and will share insight on how to do this and detail the support available.

14:30 - 17:15
S20: Healthcare: from crisis to success

by Human Technology Styria

Enter the world of a booming industry that has not only proven itself to be restistent to crises, but is also currently experiencing an unbelievable boost in innovation. Start-ups, scale-ups, industry partners and international stakeholders in health policy will present and discuss the success factors of a growing sector. Hear all about breakthrough solutions (cutting-edge innovations) in medical technology and digitalisation and discover new possibilities that have opened up for the health tech industry, which will be pursued post-CoViD.

14:30 - 15:45
S17: How to innovate with Africa?

by Eureka

Participants will learn about business collaboration and funding opportunities in Eureka, in particular focusing on Africa. Based on interest related to cooperation with Africa, this dedicated workshop will provide varying perspectives on the topic.
We present different views from different countries and the different challenges faced during innovation cooperation with Africa.

15:45 - 16:00
Side Studio afternoon & coffee break

Join us for short interviews with interesting, innovative minds from Graz, Styria and further afield. And who knows, you might even have the chance to win something.

16:00 - 17:15
S18: Partnership for innovation: EU - Latin America

by ENRICH in LAC

This session aims to identify research and innovation collaboration opportunities between the Latin American and Caribbean countries and Europe in the areas of green and digital transition as well as to deliver post COVID-19 estimations and recommendations for more impactful collaborations.

16:00 - 17:15
S15: Collaborate with Canada

by the Government of Canada

On 19 May 2021, join us for the ‘Collaborate with Canada’ session, where Canadian government innovation agencies and departments will highlight the country’s innovation landscape, including key funding support programmes and opportunities for collaboration with Canadian innovators.

16:00 - 17:15
S16: Eureka Clusters - Accelerating trusted digital transformation for a sustainable future

by Eureka Cluster

Join us to discover the Eureka Clusters funding programme (CELTIC-NEXT, EUROGIA, ITEA, PENTA-EURIPIDES and SMART), and to dive into, and interact with us, on the important topics of sustainability and digital transformation together with project participants and public authorities. We want your insights and interests on these and future joint Clusters call topics.

evening
17:30 - 18:30
B2B Meetings

brought to you by the Enterprise Europe Network

  • Funding and Networking
  • General
morning
08:30 - 12:00
Eureka Funding Agencies - High Level Meeting

by Eureka

09:00 - 11:00
Meet Asia
noon
12:00 - 13:30
Break & B2B Meetings
afternoon
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evening
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