Workshop on support actions for European industrial technologies (NMBP / RFCS)

Apr. 2, 2019

ExcEED will be presented at the workshop organized by DG for Research & Innovation on April 4 in Brussels, Belgium.

The purpose of the workshop, which will gather more than 30 EU projects, is to look at the output of the coordination and support actions in the area of industrial technologies, in order to make the most of this valuable resource; identify lessons learned; and show the way forward with regard to big issues, future funding and future policies.

The agenda is available below:

10.00 Welcome and introduction – by the Director

10.45 Parallel Sessions – each one with a Commission chair / rapporteur

– Cross-cutting aspects and Community building;
– Sustainability; and
– Standards, roadmaps etc..

10.45 Parallel Sessions – Project Pitches
Six-minute pitch by each project, on outcomes and recommendations, for the Commission as well as for other stakeholders (expected outcomes in the case of ongoing projects).

12.15 Lunch

13.00 Parallel Sessions – Discussion / Harvesting
Impact with respect to outcomes on the ground and recommendations and their use. Which are the lessons learned with regard to future CSAs? / What is necessary for impact to be achieved?

14.30 Coffee break

14.45 Plenary Session – Conclusions
The rapporteurs will present the conclusions of the three parallel sessions (10 minutes each); followed by a discussion and conclusions.

16.00 Close of workshop

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