V4 for 3rd Mission – Third mission of higher education and innovation networks
Professional networking conference
Moderator of plenary discussions - István Vilmos Kovács - Director of International Relations and Innovation - Corvinus University Budapest
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|9:30 – 10:00||Registration, Tea & Coffee|
|10:00 – 10:10||Welcome and opening address
Judit Hermándy-Berencz - deputy director - Tempus Public Foundation - PLENARY QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS
|10:10 – 10:30||Keynote Speech – HEInnovate on the move
Dr. Andrea-Rosalinde Hofer - Policy analyst, OECD - PLENARY QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS
|10:30 – 10:50||Keynote speech – V4 in HEInnovate
Dr István Szabó - Head of Department, Ministry of Human Capacities - PLENARY QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS
|10:50 - 11:15||Intellectual property rights management and regulation in V4 countries (and in CEE)
Dr. Gábor Németh – Head of Department, Hungarian Intellectual Property Office - PLENARY QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS
|11:15 – 11:40||Innovative cities in V4 countries - 3rd mission cooperations in V4 region
Donát Dékány- Project Director- Smartpolis - PLENARY QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS
|11:40 – 12:00||Coffee break|
|12:00 – 12:50||
Panel – Complex Cluster cooperation - Health Cluster, Debrecen
Prof. Dr. Zoltán Bács, Chancellor Debrecen University, President of the MSE Hungarian Sports and Lifestyle Development Cluster
Tamás Dékán, Cluster Manager MSE Hungarian Sports and Lifestyle Development Cluster
Dr. Zsolt Polereczki, Cluster Manager Pharmapolis Innovative Food Cluster
Dr. Éva Skultéti, Secretary General, Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Hajdú-Bihar County (HBKIK), Cluster Manager, Pharmapolis Debrecen Innovative Pharmaceutical Cluster
Prof. Dr. Zoltán Szilvássy, Rector, Debrecen University, President, Pharmapolis Debrecen Innovative Pharmaceutical Cluster
Prof. Dr. László Vígh, Member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Szeged Biological Research Center, Vice President, Pharmapolis Debrecen Innovative Pharmaceutical Cluster
|12:50 – 13:50||Lunch|
13:50 – 15:30
1. How can university excellence boost innovation?
Panel Discussion on acquisition of title, valuation, management and utilization of Intellectual Property by universities in the Visegrád Group
Joerg BAUER, Co-Lead, AmCham Hungary Innovation Policy Task Force; President and CEO, Tungsram Group
How can university excellence boost innovation?
Panel Discussion on the acquisition of title, valuation, management and utilization of Intellectual Property by universities in the Visegrád Group
How can a university decide which core research competences to concentrate on in order to build “centre of excellence”, which will also result in IP? What are the good examples and solutions of university-business cooperation? How do universities deal with IP and what are the priorities for universities in developing and managing IP? What are the key issues with regards to financing, motivation of researchers, etc.? From the perspective of IP – what grants comfort to business? Goal of the discussion is to present best practices and tocome up with suggestions on how to create a more supportive ecosystem that can strengthen the university’s role in the creation and management of intellectual property.This panel is organized by AmCham Hungary
2. Innovative cities in V4 countries: University-city-business-civil clusters - networks for innovation
Moderator: Andrea-Rosalinde HOFER - István Vilmos Kovács
Joint presentations of good practices by V4 Higher Education Institutions and partners
1 ."Linking a city and its universities: a tour of the Wrocław experience in university-city-business collaboration"
2. University – City cooperations - Dóra Anna Kókai, Head of Department, Chief Mayor's Office, Budapest - András Siegler Dr. eng.- senior advisor, Budapest University of Technology and Economics - Smartpolis
3. "University-City-Business cooperations at IT Valley"
4. "Initiative of Academic Warsaw"
5. "Bridges strategy" - cooperation between Széchenyi University and the Municipality of Győr
Réka Barabás Chancellor’s envoy responsible for strategy implementation -Gábor Mayer Chancellor’s envoy responsible for complex developments Széchenyi University, Zsolt Révi Chief Architect - Municipality of Győr
The session presents good examples, best practices as well as challenges and their solutions in cluster cooperation for regional development. The presentations emphasize the importance of the 3rd mission activities of HEIs, their involvement in the solutions of economic, social and regional challenges. The session also focuses on modern city developments – and presents some best practices in smart city innovation projects. The discussion will be followed by Q&A.
|15:30 – 16:00||Continuing plenary - Key take-aways from the sessions
Q&A, ideas, proposals – Moderated plenary discussion
|16:00 – 16.45||Networking – with coffee and snacks|
|16:45||End of the conference|
The organisers reserve the right to change the programme.
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Last modified: 18-05-2018