In less than a month, the conference ARcTIC 2012 takes place in Bologna.  The final program has just been published on ARcTIC’s website, and is divided in the following three parts:

  • The ARcTIC symposium, that will open the event, discussing about innovation from an Academic perspective and presenting innovation possibilities coming from research.
  • The Tech-pull meeting in which important industry representatives will share their vision about the innovation challenges that could enable new rewarding opportunities, as well as new funding channels for applied research and technology transfer initiatives, in the next future.
  • The InnoTech session in which two round tables will be held in order to discuss good practices and intellectual property management in innovation projects and experiences and challenges of making innovation.

I am part of the the Program Committee.