Se ha denunciado esta presentación.
Utilizamos tu perfil de LinkedIn y tus datos de actividad para personalizar los anuncios y mostrarte publicidad más relevante. Puedes cambiar tus preferencias de publicidad en cualquier momento.

Martin Kern: Making innovation happen!

290 visualizaciones

Publicado el

Presentation for the CUBCCE 2017 - Conference on Business-University Cooperation in Central Europe 2017

Publicado en: Educación
  • Sé el primero en comentar

Martin Kern: Making innovation happen!

  1. 1. t Making innovation happen! Martin Kern – EIT Interim Director 05 December 2017
  2. 2. European Institute of Innovation and Technology • 1 st EU initiative bringing together the three sides of the Knowledge Triangle: business (large corporates & SMEs), education institutions, research centres. • aim to increase the co-operation and integration between higher education, business and research to facilitate the transition from: student to entrepreneur idea to product lab to customer Our vision is to become the leading European initiative that empowers innovators and entrepreneurs to develop world-class solutions to societal challenges, and create growth and skilled jobs.
  3. 3. EIT Priorities 2014 - 2020 growth & impact of first 3 innovation communities 5 new Innovation Communities EIT Community good practices Inc. EIT Regional Innovation Scheme (EIT RIS) Sharing and Disseminating Fostering EIT Climate-KIC EIT Digital EIT InnoEnergy 1 2 3 Creating EIT Health EIT Raw Materials EIT Food EIT Manufacturing EIT Urban Mobility 2014 2016 2018
  4. 4. Innovation Eco-systems and Knowledge Triangle Integration
  5. 5. EIT Innovation Communities EIT Climate-KIC EIT Digital EIT InnoEnergy EIT Raw Materials EIT Health EIT Food
  6. 6. 6 EIT’s 2018 Call for two new Innovation Communities EIT Urban Mobility* Smart, green and integrated transport EIT Manufacturing relaunch* Added-value manufacturing * Subject to the outcome of the EIT’s mid-term evaluation by the European Commission.
  7. 7. EIT Model • Innovation Hubs (Co-location Centres): each EIT innovation community consists of innovation hubs leveraging on existing capacities and building pan-European networks. • Smart funding & high degree of commitment of partners • Results & high impact oriented activities: EIT innovation communities implement a Business Plan with measurable results and impact. • Long-term strategic approach: each EIT innovation community is set up for a minimum of 7 years to eventually become financially sustainable • Outreach incl. EIT Regional Innovation Scheme • Culture: EIT innovation communities are shaped by strong entrepreneurial mind-sets and culture.
  8. 8. Boosting innovation and entrepreneurship in Europe Growth and jobs for Europe Start-ups and spin-offs New products, services, processes and business models introduced in the market to tackle societal challenges Next generation of entrepreneurs, innovators and change agents EIT making innovation happen! EIT business incubation & acceleration EIT innovation & entrepreneurship activities EIT entrepreneurial degrees & courses
  9. 9. t EIT’s Innovation Hubs Bring ideas and people together in new ways. Create opportunities for new and existing organisations to access leading European teams. Contribute to the development of a regional entrepreneurial culture. Seek synergies and complementarities with regional, national and EU policies & programmes to boost innovation and entrepreneurship. Build trust and openness among their partners. Facilitate the exchange of ideas and interactions between partners and other stakeholders. Co-location Centres
  10. 10. EIT Community across Europe EIT Raw Materials EIT Health EIT InnoEnergy EIT Food EIT Digital EIT Climate-KIC
  11. 11. Today, the EIT Community brings together more than 1,000 partners: Overview of EIT Community Partners Figures – July 2017 139 65 58 231 93 50 36 51 55 51 24 19 37 32 64 49 13 17 2 2 0 50 100 150 200 250 EIT Climate-KIC EIT Digital EIT Health EIT InnoEnergy EIT Raw Materials Business Higher Education Research Cities, Regions, Ngos 75 9 141 / SME 16 5
  12. 12. t EIT Achievements & Results
  13. 13. Kristina Tsvetanova of EIT Digital-supported BLITAB Technology wins EU ‘Rising Innovator’ Prize Our vision is to become the leading European initiative that empowers innovators and entrepreneurs to develop world-class solutions to societal challenges, and create growth and skilled jobs.
  14. 14. EIT Awards 2017 EIT VENTURE AWARD Hans Constandt (Founder and CEO) Ontoforce • Aim: To heal patients with smarter data and have a global impact on bringing drugs to market faster • EIT Community connection: EIT Health EIT CHANGE AWARD Florence Gschwend (Co-founder and Director of Operations) Chrysalix Technologies • Aim: To use any type of woody material to produce the chemicals, materials and fuels of a cleaner tomorrow • EIT Community connection: EIT Climate-KIC EIT INNOVATORS AWARD Martin Steinberg Stockholm3 Test (STHLM3) • Project aim: To predict the risk of aggressive prostate cancer at biopsy by analysing five protein markers, more than 100 genetic markers, and clinical data • EIT Community connection: EIT Health EIT AUDIENCE AWARD Carsten Mahrenholz (Co-founder and CEO) COLDPLASMATECH GmbH • Aim: To pioneer the next step in modern medicine, treat chronic wound patients, and kill multi-resistant bacteria • EIT Community connection: EIT Health
  15. 15. tado° Description Aim EIT Community connection Team Revenue growth VC funding Website Intelligent climate control Make users’ homes and places of work more comfortable, and help them to save money and energy (30% saving on heating costs) EIT Climate-KIC Accelerator 130 staff 630% in 2014, 350% in 2015 >75 million euro tado.com EIT Climate-KIC is supported by the EIT, a body of the European Union “EIT Climate-KIC has not only supported us within its financial funding programmes, but has also offered us a great platform to exchange knowledge” Stefanie Sedlak PR and Communication Manager tado°
  16. 16. Skeleton Technologies Country Description Aim EIT Community connection Team VC funding Website Estonia Ultracapacitor power cells with curved graphene technology Provide ground-breaking energy storage solutions EIT InnoEnergy Innovation Projects 100 41.7 million euro skeletontech.com EIT InnoEnergy is supported by the EIT, a body of the European Union “EIT InnoEnergy business networks have led to successful business relationships with leading power and automation companies, railways service providers and transmission system operators.” Taavi Madiberk, CEO of Skeleton Technologies
  17. 17. EIT Community Achievements The EIT’s Innovation Communities are growing into thriving European innovation hubs: 1224 number of graduates up from 776 2242 number of business ideas incubated up from 1217 number of start-ups created up from 213 1232 number of knowledge transfers/adoption up from 723 430 number of new or improved products, services and processes launched Up from 212 305 Figures – August 2017 as compared to September 2016
  18. 18. t EIT Regional Innovation Scheme (RIS)
  19. 19. EIT Regional Innovation Scheme (EIT RIS) Objective • Contribute to enhancing the innovation capacity in moderate and modest innovators* EU Member States and Horizon 2020 Associated Countries. Approach • Share and transfer good practices of knowledge triangle integration emerging from the EIT Community’s activities and widen participation in KIC activities. • Strengthen local innovation ecosystems by engaging local organisations and individuals in KIC activities, transfer good practices and know-how to the local innovation ecosystems and provide tailor-made services to address innovation gaps, as well as linking local ecosystems to the European ecosystems. * European Innovation Scoreboard
  20. 20. EIT Regional Innovation Scheme Eligible countries: EU-13 share of funding and participation (EIT-KIC grants 2015) Funding: 8.3% (Horizon 2020: 4.7%) - Participation: 11.3% (Horizon 2020: 7.8%) * Based on the European Innovation Scoreboard 2017/ group of Moderate and Modest innovator 1) Bulgaria 2) Croatia 3) Cyprus 4) Czech Republic 5) Estonia 6) Greece 7) Hungary 8) Italy 9) Latvia 10) Lithuania 11) Malta 12) Poland 13) Portugal 14) Slovakia 15) Slovenia 16) Spain 17) Romania 18) Albania 19) Armenia 20) Bosnia and Herzegovina 21) Faroe Islands 22) Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia 23) Georgia 24) Moldova 25) Montenegro 26) Serbia 27) Turkey 28) Ukraine
  21. 21. EIT RIS cooperation entities
  22. 22. t EIT Strategic Innovation Agenda 2021-2027
  23. 23. • The EIT vision is to be a global innovation leader delivering world-class solutions to societal challenges that create jobs and improve the quality of life of citizens. • The EIT’s mission is to strengthen Europe’s innovation capacity by connecting and empowering people and organisations to create, educate and innovate. Our Future Ambition: EIT Vision 2030 and Mission
  24. 24. EU-level goals the EIT will be contributing to: • Contribute to sustainable European economic growth, jobs and competitiveness, • Reinforce the innovation capacity of the EU, its Member States and regions, • Address major societal challenges. The specific objectives of the EIT will be to: • Foster and strengthen sustainable innovation ecosystems by connecting people, disciplines, sectors, organisations and resources, • Enhance and bring solutions to societal challenges to the market by integrating business, education and research, • Promote skills and competences for a strong inclusive entrepreneurship and innovation culture, • Share innovative practices and learning and contribute to innovation policy in Europe. EIT Future Objectives
  25. 25. EIT Strategic Innovation Agenda 2021-2027 Main Content Elements I • Increased global ambition „Our vision is to become a global innovation leader delivering world-class solutions to global societal challenges that create jobs and improve the quality of life of citizens”. • EIT intervention logic and clear EU added value • We foster sustainable Innovation Ecosystems • We reduce fragmentation and enhance innovation capacity; • We contribute to solving societal challenges. • Strengthened place in the EU innovation landscape
  26. 26. EIT Strategic Innovation Agenda 2021-2027 Main Content Elements I Four strengthened objectives and key elements of delivery: 1. We foster, grow and further strengthen sustainable pan-European innovation ecosystems by connecting people, disciplines, sectors, organisations and resources 2. We deliver new solutions to global societal challenges to the market by integrating business, education and research 3. We nurture entrepreneurial talent and enhance skills and competences for a strong inclusive entrepreneurship and innovation culture 4. We share innovative practices and learnings widely, deliver thought leadership and contribute to innovation policy design in Europe
  27. 27. t EIT Education Activities
  28. 28. Master and doctoral studies • International cooperation, industry involvement • Training on specific skills and competences • Mobility, internships and scholarships/ fellowships Executive training and post-doctoral courses Continuous professional development courses/modules Learning modules and MOOCs Alumni and outreach activities Overview of main EIT Education Activities 1 2 3 4 5
  29. 29. EIT Label – flagship education initiative  The EIT Label is a quality seal awarded to an excellent master and doctoral programmes with strong focus on innovation and entrepreneurship education element.  EIT educational programmes are carried out at the KIC universities by their faculties but with the EIT specific learning outcomes and other quality criteria that are required for the EIT Label.  A student graduating/being admitted within the validity period of an EIT-labelled programme (irrespective of whether the period of study was commenced prior to/completed after the validity period) can be awarded an EIT Label certificate.
  30. 30. EIT master and doctoral programmes Distinctive features  Specific innovation and entrepreneurship activities focused on linking the research to the broad needs of KIC participants;  Robust entrepreneurship education is a standard part of the programmes;  Highly integrated, innovative "learning-by-doing" curricula;  Strong focus on industry and business involvement in all stages of education lifecycle (from designing modules’ content to participation in delivery);  Focus on international AND trans-organizational mobility, European dimension and openness to the world;  Direct access to other KICs activities (incubators, accelerators)  Graduates can benefit from being part of growing EIT Alumni community of innovators, entrepreneurs and experts
  31. 31. 31 • Challenge: Quantitative and qualitative skills mismatch. • Mission: Equip young people with entrepreneurial and STE(A)M skills. • Objective: Support national (STE(A)M) skills strategies in EU member states. Implementation of Pilot Skills Strategies in Hungary, Bulgaria and Romania 2018-2019 Aug. 2018 EU Skills for the Future Initiative Preparation Stakeholder meetings Development of skills strategy by national triple helix partners Implementation Evaluation Launch Signing the implementation plan Pilots Implementation of one-year pilots supported by the initiative Upscaling Development multi-year plans based on evaluation Aug. 2017
  32. 32. 32 EIT - Women Leadership & Entrepreneurship https://eit.europa.eu/women-entrepreneurship - https://eitalumni.eu/community/womeneit/ EIT Awards nominees from 10% female in 2016 to 40+% in 2017. One winner out of Four. EIT KICs show same positive trends in their respective European level Venture and Business Idea competitions. EIT and KICs Alumni associations / communities involved in gender equality.
  33. 33. eit.europa.eu Innovate with us! @EITeu EITnews EIT EITeu

×