NEW KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
MinR Hans-Peter Hiepe – Federal Ministry of Education and Research (Germany).
Dimitri Corpakis – European Commission DG Research & Innovation, Directorate for Open Innovation and Open Science.
Prof. Calestous Juma – Harvard Kennedy School.
Dr. Kamila Markram – Neuroscientist, autism researcher and co-founder & CEO of Frontiers.
Prof Henry Markram – Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland.
Call for Papers: Emerging Ideas and Early Stage Innovation Projects 31st of August. Read more…
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About the XIV TH Conference
The year 2016 has already seen an unprecedented proliferation of the Triple Helix Model. The European Commission continues to promote collaboration initiatives that require a multi-stakeholder approach and a close cooperation between businesses, public sector innovation actors and regional and national authorities that baffle with innovation strategies, and implementation models. At the beginning of the year, OECD announced the first business winners of the triple helix competition, organised as part of the Western Balkans Regional Competitiveness Initiative. Numerous international organisations call for a multi-stakeholder approach to addressing the global challenges of sustainable development, accelerated growth and environmental protection. The triple helix language.
This year’s International Triple Helix Conference organised by the Triple Helix Association in cooperation with the International Triple Helix Institute is building a broad platform of academics and practitioners to address the local and the global challenges of our time. The conference organisers invite participants with a broad background and interests to join the debates and share findings from empirical research, experiences from policy interventions, and insights from knowledge transfer practice.
The call for papers includes 20 great tracks that will enhance discussions and bring together key actors from the field – academics, policy makers, business leaders, NGOs and other boundary spanning facilitators, stirring innovation across the public and private domains. The submissions facility is now open for proposals in the form of extended abstracts of 5 pages (2000 words) for classical scientific papers, or 1-2 pages (700 words) for experience-based cases.
For all submission and registration deadlines, please, look at the Call for Papers.
We invite participants to share questions and answers with our professional community of distinguished scholars and business leaders engaged at the front end of university-industry and government collaborative initiatives, and we look forward to welcome all of you in Heidelberg in Germany for the IV International Triple Helix conference.[/ms_flip_box]
You may find our leaflet here: XIV International Triple Helix Conference – leaflet