Open Innovation and University Conference starts in Valencia (UPV)

26 May 2008 | 9:42 am | Autor: Roc Fages

Filed under: e-Government

Today Monday 26th it’s starting the International Conference Open Innovation & University, held in the Universidad Polit├ęcnica de Valencia (UPV) untill tomorrow.


Today we will be able to listen to Henry Chesbrough, the person that coined the Open Innovation term; Curtis R. Carlson, the President and CEO of Standford Research Institute International (SRI); Tom Hockaday, from Isis Innovation, the Tech Transfer company from Oxford University; David White, from the EU and responsible in the past of DG for INnovation, and now from the Directorate General for Lifelong Learning; Jan Anders Manson, Vicepresident for Innovation valorisation of the Ecole Polytechnique F├ęderale de Lausanne (EPFL), who lead the team of the winner of Americas Cup, the Alinghi; Andreu Mas-Colell, Professor of the UNiversitat Pompeu Fabra and the future Secretary General of the European Research Council; Eduardo Montes, from Siemens and, apart from other speakers, Ronald M. Wolf, from Philips Research.

We’ll talk about it, sure ;-)!  Information of each session will be included at the Conference webpage.

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