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    updated on June 2, 2024

Open Innovation & Open Science

updated on July 4, 2024

 

JE.II

OPEN INNOVATION & OPEN SCIENCE
Infrastructures

VII Edition

13 September

 In collaboration with:
AIRI Associazione NanoItaly 300 Sapienza completa 400
Chairs: Vittorio MORANDI, CNR-ISMN & Marco ROSSI, Sapienza University of Rome

With the growing interest generated by the previous six editions of "Open Innovation and Open Science," the event is once again being organized as part of NanoInnovation 2024, marking its sixth edition. Since the 2022 edition, it was decided, for continuity, to retain the same title, but the contents and aims of the event have been revised and reconfigured to thoughtfully align with the scenarios presented in the National Recovery and Resilience Plan (PNRR), emphasizing sustainability, localized re-industrialization, reimagining globalization policies, and addressing the evolving needs of university and post-graduate training programs. In particular, the current 2024 edition will be mainly focused on the actions regarding the project for the implementation of the Research Infrastructures (RIs) and of the Infrastructure for Innovation, that are strategic structural elements of the PNRR, as they have activated an investment plan that has no precedent in the Italian research landscape. PNRR represents an unique opportunity to modernize and expand existing laboratories as well as to build new laboratories, and, at the same time, it will also result in an huge responsibility for all those laboratories, to develop cutting-edge projects in strategic sectors such as material development, quantum technologies, digital and ecological transition, and to realize a sustainable, effective and impactful ecosystem at the National and European level. Moreover, the policies for the use of resources deriving from the application of Recovery Funds will make the relationship between public and private research even more crucial and strategic, with a focus on the valorization of knowledge which will represent a key factor for a concrete and stable economic recovery. In such a context, a key element of the PNRR action on RIs is the commitment to make available the result of these large investments – laboratories and associated know-how – to a wide audience, including scientific and business audiences, and also to create training chains useful for filling skills gaps in cutting-edge sectors. The ability to identify and exploit network skills and knowledge, to manage rapid and complex cooperative processes, to promote inclusive and multi-stakeholder processes to increase the social impact of innovation, to aggregate multidisciplinary skills and knowledge, are increasingly crucial factors for the success of the ongoing projects on RIs. In the last years, also before the pandemic, the innovation processes have undergone profound changes. The principles of Open Innovation, as a response to the changes in the competitive, technological, scientific environment and the entire approach to research pursued at a national or supranational level according to the principles of Open Science, demonstrate how much the spaces and places of innovation today require careful consideration of the new forms and organizational mechanisms that permeate the action of public and private actors operating in increasingly dynamic contexts, such as those that are determined by the effect of technological convergence, digital transition and the progressive blurring of the boundaries that once allowed to clearly distinguish the various industrial sectors. The interweaving of relationships between a multiplicity of actors (private and public companies, government bodies and authorities, public and private research bodies, etc.), giving rise to particularly complex networked systems, determines the generation of new organizational forms with a "hybrid nature" (strategic European and National initiatives, strategic alliances, partnerships, joint ventures, consortia, temporary entrepreneurial formations, supply chain systems, etc.) which are based on hybrid mechanisms of regulation and management of relations (market, hierarchy, clan, trust), whose understanding and correct application, of a contextual nature with respect to the needs of the various actors participating in the innovative projects, contributes significantly to determining their effectiveness and efficiency.

The 7th edition of Open Innovation and Open Science is structured 4 sessions. During these sessions some of the main research organizations, universities and large national companies, SMEs, national professional associations and territorial bodies will discuss models and experiences related to:

  • Policies for the creation and the sustainability of research and technological infrastructures
  • Technology transfer, Industrial Research, and Public-Private Partnerships within PNRR
  • Principles and methods for open science and open innovation
  • Initiatives and approach towards processes and products integration and sustainability
  • Higher education system: innovation policies and requirements
 
 September 13
09:00 - 10:30
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11:30 - 13:00
IM4EU: Advanced Materials for Industrial Leadership – come diventare protagonisti
JE.II.2 - TT.X.A
Chair: Marco FALZETTI, APRE  
Le public-private partnership sono riconosciute come uno strumento essenziale per trasferire conoscenza e ricerca al mercato. I materiali avanzati sono alla base delle catene del valore di molteplici settori applicativi e sono sempre più un fattore strategico per garantire l’autonomia e la competitività delle imprese europee. Collaborare e creare sinergie tra tutti gli stati membri, le industrie gli attori della ricerca è necessario per sfruttare al meglio gli investimenti attuali e futuri. L’Italia e le sue industrie devono giocare un ruolo importante in questa sfida. Con la pubblicazione il 27 febbraio 2024 della sua comunicazione su Advanced Materials for Industrial Leadership, la Commissione ha segnato un punto di arrivo e uno di partenza. L’arrivo è individuato da un percorso che negli ultimi due anni ha accompagnato la Commissione attraverso un intenso confronto con tutti i portatori di interesse al fine di costruire le migliori condizioni per una rinnovata attenzione sulla R&I sui materiali e sul loro fondamentale ruolo di abilitatori di praticamente tutte le sfide tecnologiche del futuro. La partenza, perché si stanno attivando iniziative che coinvolgono tutte le comunità di riferimento, accademia, ricerca, industria, per rendere operative le strategie delineate nella Comunicazione. Durante l’evento la Direttrice della Direzione Prosperity della Direzione Generale Ricerca, illustrerà come procede l’impegno della Commissione Europea su questo dossier. A valle di questo, estenderemo il dialogo a figure di rilievo del contesto istituzionale italiano e del mondo dell’industria e della ricerca, per capire come il sistema nazionale si stia organizzando per cogliere al meglio, e da protagonisti, le future opportunità su questo tema, a partire dal coinvolgimento nel nuovo Partenariato sui Materiali Innovativi che vedrà la luce nella seconda metà dell’anno.
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Marco FALZETTI
APRE
Introduction
FALZETTI Marco  
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Key note Speaker
Maria Cristina RUSSO
Direttrice della Direzione Prosperity della DG- RTD della Commissione Europea
L’innovazione nei Materiali - dove sta andando la Commissione Europea
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Maria Cristina RUSSO & Marco FALZETTI
Dialogo: Verso il nuovo Partenariato sui Materiali Avanzati IM4EU
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ROUND TABLE
Essere protagonisti delle future sfide sui Materiali Innovativi: come valorizzare l’attuale esperienza Horizon Europe e PNRR
Moderator: Tullio TOLIO, Esperto alla Configurazione di Programma del Cluster 4 di Horizon Europe, Politecnico di Milano (tbc)
PANELISTS
Stefano FABRIS, Direttore del Dipartimento Scienze fisiche e tecnologie della materia – CNR
Francesca GALLI, Ufficio di Gabinetto MUR
Luca DE ANGELIS, Direttore della Direzione generale per le nuove tecnologie abilitanti, MIMIT (tbc)
Nicoletta AMODIO, Responsabile Industria e Innovazione Confindustria
Gino NICOLAIS, Prof. Emerito Università Federico II (tbc)
QUESTION & ANSWER
 
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