3.4 – Co-programming partnerships

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Pillar 3: Ecosystem/framing conditions

Session 3.4 – Co-programming partnerships

31 October 2018, 11:00-12:00, room STRAUSS 3

The Commission proposal for the Horizon Europe Framework Programme sets out in Article 8 the forms of European Partnership envisaged. In this context, the session will focus on how co-programming partnerships could interact more with Member States when developing their roadmaps/programmes. Interaction could, for example, imply co-funding or involvement of Ministries/funding agencies in the development of future roadmaps.

Please find below the speakers (in alphabetical order), who will contribute to this session:

  • Building the Digitising European Industry innovation ecosystem: complementary roles of the FoF PPP, the ECSEL JU and the national initiatives
    Max Lemke, European Commission, DG CONNECT
  • Case study on how Clean Sky involves Member States in its governance (States representatives Group) and whether this is a model for co-programming partnerships
    Bruno Mastantuono, JTI Clean Sky
  • Case study on working with many European platforms and how national industry platforms can still be taken into account
    Angels Orduna, A.SPIRE
  • Case study on how to interact with national platforms – focussing on Industry 4.0 in particular
    Riikka Virkkunen, Factories of the Future
  • European funding and collaborations in the construction sector
    Alain Zarli, Energy Efficient Buildings

Moderator: Jürgen Tiedje, European Commission, DG Research & Innovation

Rapoorteur: Ingo Hegny

Max Lemke

Head of Unit for "Technologies and Systems for Digitising Industry"
European Commission, DG CONNECT

Bruno Mastantuono

Legal Manager & Strategic Advice
Clean Sky 2 Joint Undertaking

Àngels Orduña Cao

Executive director

Riikka Virkkunen

Factories of the Future

Alain Zarli

Secretary General