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Ricerca e innovazione: incontro su Open Government Data a Bruxelles

Ricerca e innovazione: incontro su Open Government Data a Bruxelles

2018-11-23T10:50:34+00:00 16 Novembre 2018|News|

La sede della Regione Toscana a Bruxelles organizza l’incontroOpen government data for research and innovation policy” per la politica della ricerca e dell’innovazione, come momento di condivisione di pratiche, temi e sfide provenienti da esperienze diverse di livello europeo, nazionale e regionale.
L’appuntamento è alle ore 14:45 di  martedì 27 novembre presso l’Ufficio della Regione a Bruxelles, Rond Point Schuman 14.

The event is aimed at participants to discuss the perspective of how open government data framework (OGD) can contribute to improve research and innovation policies. The event will be held in Brussels, at the EU Liaison office of the Region of Tuscany Rond Point Schuman 14, to share practices, open issues and challenges from different experiences at European, national and regional levels.


Questo il programma della giornata.

2.45 pm – Registration

3.00 pm – Opening session

3.00 pm to 3.15 pm – Welcome Address
Monica Barni, Vice-President and Minister for Culture and Research (Region of Tuscany)

Keynote Address #1

3.15 pm to 3.30 pm – Sagias Ioannis, Team Leader Dissemination and Exploitation Policy, Common Support Centre, DG Research and Innovation (European Commission)

3.30 pm to 4.45 pm – First session: Open government data at large scale

Moderator
Fabrizio Cobis, Director for promotion and specialization, cooperation and territorial cohesion of research, Ministry of Education, University and Research (Italy)

Speakers
European Research and Innovation Observatory (RIO-PSF)
Tauno Ojala, Information Systems Architect, Joint Research Centre (European Commission)

Innovation Policy Platform (IPP)
Arturo Rivera Perez, Policy Analyst, Digital Government and Open Data Team, Reform of the Public Sector Division – Public Governance Directorate (OECD)

ScanR, Moteur de la Recherche et de l’Innovation
Emmanuel Weisenburger, Head of Department of Decision Support Tools, MESRI (France)

MOSTA, Research and Higher Education Monitoring and Analysis Centre
Gintautas Jakštas, Head of Higher Education Policy and Career Analysis Unit in MOSTA (Lithuania)

Questions & Answers

4.45 pm to 5.00 pm – Coffee Break

Keynote Address #2

5.00 pm to 5.15 pm – Magda De Carli, Head of Unit ‘Sharing Excellence – Country Intelligence’, DG Research & Innovation (European Commission)

5.15 pm to 6.15 pm – Second session – Open government data at regional scale

Moderator
Bernardo Rondelli, Director of SIRIS Academic (Spain)

Speakers
RIS3-MCAT Platform
Tatiana Fernández, Head of Economic Promotion, Ministry of the Vice-presidency and of the Economy and Finance (Catalan Government)

DataSUD Platform
Thomas Bekkers, Open and Smart Data Project Officer (Region of Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, Smart Region Service)

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Roberto Ferrari, Director of Culture and Research (Region of Tuscany)

Questions & Answers

Conclusion

6.15 pm to 6.30 pm – Christiane Kirketerp de Viron, Member of Cabinet of Carlos Moedas, Commissioner for Research, Science and Innovation, European Commission

Per partecipare ci si può iscrivere inviando una mail a  segreteria.bruxelles@regione.toscana.it