The European Commission is bolstering its efforts to raise awareness on knowledge valorisation along with the EU Member States. EC aims to inform the research and innovation actors about the recent Council Recommendation on the Guiding principles for knowledge valorisation and the Commission Recommendations on the Code of practice on the management of intellectual assets and the Code of practice on standardisation. The Making research results work for society conference is part of this compelling communication campaign co-designed with various research and innovation actors.
Mark your calendars and prepare to be part of an event that promises to provide key insights on how to close the gap between research and the market. The event will take place on 26 October 2023, while registration will end on Wednesday 25 October 2023, at 17:00 (CEST).
HSbooster.eu at the conference
HSbooster.eu's Signe Annette Bogh, Senior Project Manager for R&I at Danish Standards, will chair the session Fostering Contributions to Standardisation in R&I activities, which will start at 11:45 and will feature Fernando Utrilla Ortega, Head of the R&I Department, Asociación Española de Normalización, UNE, Speranța Stomff, Head of the Project Management and Training Unit, ASRO Romanian Standards Association (and member of the HSbooster.eu External Advisory Group), Dimitrios Kyritsis, Professor Emeritus of ICT for Sustainable Manufacturing, Ecole Politechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Livia Mian, Project Manager, Innovation Team, CEN-CENELEC, David Boswarthick, Director of New Technologies (NET), ETSI.
Unlocking the Power of Research
The event Making Research Results Work for Society serves as a platform for sharing ideas, experiences, and perspectives regarding both the drivers behind and the obstacles to effectively putting the guiding principles into practice.
It will acknowledge groundbreaking standardisation projects and foster valuable networking opportunities. Achieving the guiding principles' successful implementation hinges on stakeholder involvement and their active engagement in activities related to value enhancement.
This conference is a great chance to explore how stakeholders are addressing this transformative shift and promoting a fresh approach to knowledge valorisation. Participants will gain insights into the potential unlocked by a comprehensive strategy for managing intellectual assets that transcends mere intellectual property protection. Furthermore, the event will offer valuable perspectives on how standardisation can drive successful knowledge valorisation, leading to accelerated market adoption, strengthened collaboration and networking, and the promotion of open innovation models that advance the circular economy. Throughout the event, various sessions will encourage the exchange of viewpoints and open discussions on best practices that can be translated into the research and innovation landscape.
Making research results work for society: Registration
Registration is open now, and participation is free. Reseve your spot and discover the full programme of the conference.
This an event researchers and R&I project representatives cannot miss out. Mark October 26, 2023 in your calendar and register to join the conversation that will shape tomorrow's innovations. Your ideas could be the key to a better future.