15.06.2011 - 17.06.2011 | Athens, Greece
The International Centre for Black Sea Studies (ICBSS) organised a Workshop on Innovation policies and structures in the wider Black Sea region in the frame of the IncoNet EECA project.The International Centre for Black Sea Studies (ICBSS) organised a Workshop on ‘Innovation in the wider Black Sea region: Policies and Structures’ in Athens, 15-17 June 2011. The Workshop was organised in the framework of the EU co-funded (FP7) project 'S&T International Cooperation Network for Eastern European and Central Asian countries – IncoNet EECA'.
The main aims of this Workshop were:
Approximately 50 policy makers responsible for innovation and high-level representatives of innovation structures (technological parks, incubators etc.) from the countries of the wider Black Sea region and the EU attended the workshop.
Enterprise Europe Network - Hellas, Katerina Tzitzinou, Help Forward
Territorial Intelligence and Innovation through Regional Development Agencies, Christian Saublens, EURADA
CIP for EECA countries Case Studies: Armenia and Russia, Zygmunt Krasiński and Katarzyna Walczyk-Matuszyk, IPPT PAN
The Innovation Performance Review of Belarus: Main Conclusions and Policy Recommendations, Rumen Dobrinsky, UNECE
State policy and support for innovation development in Kazakhstan, Timur Shalabayev, NIF
Recent Developments in the Turkish Innovation System, Okan Kara, TÜBITAK
The innovation landscape in France: Structures and new policy orientations orientations, Philippe Guedon, Ecole Polytechnique
Industry - Academia Partnerships: A Collection of Good Practices, Costas Kiparissides, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Technological Parks and Incubators in the Black Sea region, Panagiotis Liargovas, University of Peloponeese
Intergovernmental Programme for CIS Cooperation in Innovation, Vladimir Korolev and Anna Pikalova, HSE
A virtual Black Sea Inovation Centre, Ioannis Bakouros and Elpida Samara, University of Western Macedonia
Mr Dimitrios Filippidis
International Centre for Black Sea Studies (ICBSS)
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