Public Private Partnerships Strengthening Innovation and Research in europe

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      In fact, H2020 wholly deserves the attention of the interim evaluation to review and revise its capacity to maintain a high level of efficacy in delivering innovation to Europe’s citizens. Doubly important is the public’s awareness and perception of these innovation initiatives. Whereas some projects may be so focused as to invite very specialized interest groups, the JTIs offer an innovation scope relevant to several Member States and its citizens. Key technological advances must have the capacity to open and drive new markets. The breakthroughs required in sectors as large as Health and Transport, Clean Energy and perhaps a testament to its importance in European society– the two separate initiatives on Information and Communications Technologies lend themselves well to the management of research programs in an “integrated manner”. As the evaluation of H2020 thus far reveals certain gaps in its implementation, it is possible the European Union already possesses working solutions within the breadth of financing or organizing programs such as JTIs and the accompanying Joint Undertakings. This issue of the European Files

      • PPP’s for a long-term vision for competitiveness in Europe
        Jyrki Katainen, Vice-President for Jobs, Growth, Investment and Competitiveness, European Commission
      • Horizon 2020 Review: Towards a more coherent R&I funding landscape
        Mailis Reps, Estonian Minister of Education and Research
      • Streamlining European Research Initiatives
        Frédérique Vidal, French Minister of Higher Education,Research, and Innovation
      • Pushing a long-term vision for PPPs
        Jaroslaw Gowin, Polish Minister of Science and Higher Education
      • Regional Impact of Joint Technology Initiates and Public-Private Partnerships for European Competitiveness and Innovation
        Markku Markkula, The First Vice-President of the European Committee of the Regions (CoR) and City councillor of Espoo
      • IMI contributes to efforts to accelerate access to affordable, innovative medicine
        Miroslav Poche, MEP (S&D Group), Member of the ITRE Committee
      • PPPs: The Patients’ View
        Nicola Bedlington, EPF Secretary General
      • Innovative Medicines Initiative: taking open innovation to the next level
        Pierre Meulien, Executive Director,Innovative Medicines Initiative
      • The Innovative Medicines Initiative: Carrying the torch of medical innovation
        Magda Chlebus, Executive Director, Science Policy & Regulatory Affairs, European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations (EFPIA)
      • Value of Private Public Partnerships to address infectious Disease and Epidemic Risks
        Jean Lang,, MD, PhD, Associate Vice President R&D, Global Health, Partnerships & Funding, Sanofi Pasteur
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        Corinne Bardone,, Pharm D, Head of Global Vaccines Public Affairs for Polio, Pertussis and Hib Vaccines, Sanofi Pasteur
      • PPP initiatives in the context of the European Energy Union – A powerful element for a sustainable energy system
        Paul Rübig, MEP (EPP Group), Member of the ITRE Committee
      • Joint Undertakings: an efficient tool toward the energy transition
        Dominique Ristori, Director-General, DG Energy,European Commission
      • Advantages of a JU for a Clean Energy future
        Bart Biebuyck, Executive Director of FCH2
      • To boost and facilitate the process of dispersion of new technologies the role of SME’s is crucial through the PPP
        Andor DELI, MEP (EPP Group), Member of the TRAN Committee
      • The necessity to sustainable bio-based economy in the EU
        Franc Bogovič, MEP (EPP Group), Member of the REGI Committee
      • Strengthening European bio-based industries in a competitive global market
        Philippe Mengal, Executive Director of Bio-based Industries Joint Undertaking (BBI JU)
      • Taking stock of Europe’s bio-based industries: new sectors, new value chains, new investments
        Dirk Carrez, Executive Director, Bio-based Industries Consortium
      • Investment framework to build a competitive, dynamic and sustainable bioeconomy in Europe
        Miapetra Kumpula-Natri, MEP (S&D Group), Chair of the Bioeconomy Working Group, EP Intergroup “Climate Change, Biodiversity, and Sustainable Development”, Member of the ITRE Committee
      • Public-Private-Partnerships in Horizon 2020 and beyond
        Roberto Viola, Director General DG CNECT, European Commission
      • ECSEL Joint Undertaking: shaping digital innovation
        Bert de Colvenaer, Executive Director of the ECSEL JU
      • Joint Technology Initiatives and Joint Undertakings: speeding up Europe
        Lambert van Nistelrooij, MEP (EPP Group), Member of REGI Committee
      • Stimulating the innovation through of the PPP’s
        Marian-Jean Marinescu, MEP (EPP Group), Member of the TRAN Committee
      • The future of Joint Technology Initiatives in the field of digital transport
        Henrik Hololei, Director-General for Mobility and Transport, European Commission.
      • Aviation Strategy for Europe, the importance of JTIs
        Pavel Telička, MEP (EPP Group), MEP, Vice-President of the European Parliament Committee for Transport and Tourism Group of
        the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe
      • Upgrading Europe’s skies, digitally
        Florian Guillermet, Executive Director, SESAR Joint Undertaking
      • Clean Sky: Innovative results for a more competitive Europe
        Tiit Jürimäe, Interim Executive Director, Clean Sky 2 Joint Undertaking
      • Shift2Rail: no train, no gain
        Dominique Riquet, MEP (EPP Group), Vice-Chair of the TRAN Committee
      • JTIs in Rail: Tackling a European transport challenge with a new comprehensive approach
        Carlo Borghini, Executive Director of Shift2Rail
      • Energy efficiency in the field of transport, a societal requirement
        Gesine Meissner, MEP (ALDE Group), Member of the TRAN Committee
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