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Building Innovation Hubs 4.0 - workshop

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Building Innovation Hubs 4.0 - workshop
When:
Mon, 18. September 2017
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O Gabinete de Promoção do Programa Quadro de I&DT (GPPQ) e a Unidade de Infraestruturas Tecnológicas da ANI organizam um workshop dedicado aos Innovation Hubs (os quais se subdividem em Open Innovation Hubs e Digital Innovation Hubs) designado Building Innovation Hubs 4.0, contando com a presença de representantes de duas Direções Gerais da Comissão Europeia (DG Connect e DG RTD).

 

 

Este workshop terá lugar no dia 18 de Setembro de 2017 no Porto (auditório do ISAG - Campus de Salazares/Ramalde, Rua dos Salazares 842, 4100-442 Porto), entre as 10h00 e as 17h00, e contará com sessões dedicadas à apresentação das iniciativas nacionais próximas dos Innovation Hubs, exposição do conceito de Innovation Hubs pela Comissão Europeia e das possíveis oportunidades de financiamento do Horizonte 2020 e discussão de boas práticas nos seus processos de estruturação com convidados ligados a Innovation Hubs já estabelecidos nacional e internacionalmente.

 

Tendo em conta que a Comissão Europeia se propõe a concentrar o investimento de 500 milhões de euros do Horizonte 2020 destinado aos Innovation Hubs e que abrangerão várias prioridades temáticas para o período 2018 – 2020 (Robótica, Fotónica, Big Data, Manufacturing, Sistemas Ciberfísicos, Agricultura, entre outros), recomendamos vivamente a sua participação para uma preparação atempada para os últimos 3 anos deste programa.

 

Calendário dos eventos: http://gppq.pt/h2020/eventos.php?id=7825

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