Imagine the Technologies of the Future - an EIC Pathfinder event

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19 Jun 2019 @ 08:00am @ 07:00pm
Noua Universitatea Politehnica Bucuresti, Bucarest , Romania

The event aims to raise awareness of the mission of the newly established European Innovation Council (EIC) and its Pathfinder activities, the successors of FET Open and FET Proactive. It will address how science-driven multidisciplinary research under the EIC can be channelled into concrete innovation opportunities. Scientists, researchers and innovators will debate how to shape the new EIC Pathfinder programme. The event takes place on 19 June in Bucharest and is co-organised by the European Commission and the Romanian Presidency as part of the Innovative Enterprise Week series of events.

Europe’s biggest technological innovation potential is in the future technologies that are driven by multidisciplinary science-ispired research.

The launch of the Pathfinder as part of the European Innovation Council (EIC) pilot in 2019 will have Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) (FET-Open and FET-Proactive) at its heart. It will show the way for the mutual reinforcing role of science, technology and innovation in the proposed new European research and innovation program, Horizon Europe.

The event is therefore a timely opportunity to debate at a high-level how the EIC can meet the challenge of bridging science, technology and innovation.

Please check the detailed agenda for full details of the titles of the presentations as well as the exact timing of the sessions.

Register now and join policy- and decision-makers, scientists, researchers, innovators!

Posted by Ilaria Fava
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