Themes

01

Boosting sustainable development through smart partnerships

02

Building and growing regional innovation ecosystems through industrial specialization and collaborations

03

Responsible Research and Innovation, stakeholders' engagement and social innovation practices in regional ecosystems

04

Empowering local communities through big data, internet of things and artificial intelligence

05

Global and local impacts of entrepreneurial universities

06

Finding a balance between urban and rural sustainable development

07

Building the cities of the future trough smart infrastructures and sustainable planning

08

Industry 4.0 and the next manufacturing revolution

09

Circular Economy, Industrial symbiosis and ecosystem services for the sustainable development of regions, cities and industrial districts

10

Triple Helix model of innovation addressing societal crises: building resilience in regional innovation ecosystems

WEDNESDAY (25/11)
12:00 - 12:45
Networking session & visit to the virtual exhibition
12:45 - 13:00
Intro day 2 (plenary)
Prof. Riccardo Viale, Milano-Bicocca University & Secretary General of the Triple Helix Association (IT)
13:00 - 13:50
KEY NOTE 3 and panel discussion (plenary)
Smart specialisation as a policy response to Grand Challenges at regional level – the example of the European Green Deal
Key note speaker: Prof. Dominique Foray, Full Professor, Chair of Economics and Management of Innovation, Dean of the College of Management of Technology at the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (CH)
Discussant & Chair: Raffaele Trapasso OECD, Centre for Entrepreneurship, SMEs, Cities and Regions (FR)
13:50 - 14:10
Networking session & visit to the virtual exhibition
14:10 - 15:00
PANEL 7
Challenges and perspectives of digital transformation in the triple helix system: implications for society (Turan University, KZ)
PANEL 8
Workers, entrepreneurs and economic psychology: the research agenda at Inapp (INAPP, IT)
PANEL 9
The network of Emilia-Romagna Technopoles and its role as facilitator: success cases of collaboration between companies, research and technology transfer centers (Regional network of Emilia-Romagna Technopoles, IT)
ABSTRACTS PRESENTATION 4
Themes 6 and 9
Chair: Caterina Berbenni Rehm, PROMIS@Service Italia S.r.l (IT)
08. Sara Picone
36. Stefano Valentini
43. Gian Marco Macchioni
15:00 - 15:20
Networking session & visit to the virtual exhibition
15:20 - 16:40
PANEL 10
The Future of Science Parks and the emergence of Science Cities (Drees & Sommer, CH)
PANEL 11
The Triple Helix Model applied to Cluster Initiatives to Go Global (ART-ER - Emilia-Romagna Region)
ABSTRACTS PRESENTATION 5
Themes 1 and 5
Chair: Yuzhuo Cai, Tampere University (FI)
15. Carlo Giglio
14. Marco Aperti
40. Khadija Hamdani
48. Thorsten Beule
55. Edward Crawley
ABSTRACTS PRESENTATION 6
Themes 2 and 8
Chair: Devrim Göktepe-Hultén, Lund University (SE)
17. Giulia Tagliazucchi
23. Tiziana Campisi
41. Filippo Ferrarini
51. Joanna Karaś
20. Liana Kobzeva
16:40 - 17:00
Networking session & visit to the virtual exhibition
17:00 - 17:50
PANEL 12 (plenary)
Quebec and Emilia-Romagna triple helix dialogue to empower innovation ecosystems through big data and artificial intelligence: the case of smart mobility
Emilia-Romagna Region (IT) and Province of Quebec/Delegation of Quebec to Italy (CA)
17:50 - 18:10
Networking session & visit to the virtual exhibition
18:10 - 19:00
PANEL 13 (plenary)
The university of the future and the future of universities: how the regional context matters
Prof. Francesco Ubertini, Rector Bologna University (IT); Emily Palmer, Secretary-General Una Europa; Paola Salomoni, Deputy President for School, University, Research & Digital Agenda of Emilia Romagna Region (IT); Andrea Pontremoli, CEO & General Manager, Dallara Automobili (IT)
Chair: Prof. Rosa Grimaldi, Vice Rector for Entrepreneurship, University of Bologna (IT)
19:00 - 19:15
Concluding remarks (plenary)
Prof. Rosa Grimaldi, Vice Rector for Entrepreneurship, University of Bologna (IT)