ERF Workshop - The Socio-Economic Relevance of Research Infrastructures

from Thursday, 31 May 2012 (14:00) to Friday, 1 June 2012 (14:00)
DESY Hamburg (Auditorium)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
31 May 2012
1 Jun 2012
AM
08:30
Parallel Session III - Public/Cultural Aspects - Hermann-Friedrich Wagner (OECD Global Science Forum) (until 10:30) (SemR 2)
08:30 Importance of communication on research infrastructures - Prof. Klas Malmqvist (U Lund)   (SemR 2)
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08:50 Living in the media spotlight - an opportunity to give science the voice it needs - James Gillies (CERN)   (SemR 2)
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09:10 Citizen Science and Natural History - Prof. Graham Higley (Natural History Museum, London)   (SemR 2)
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09:30 Public Participation in Planning and Realizing SwissFEL – a case study from PSI - Peter Allenspach (PSI)   (SemR 2)
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09:50 Public Participation - a case study by ITER - Dr Gaetano Borelli (ENEA)   (SemR 2)
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08:30
Parallel Session IV - Innovation Aspects - Helmut Dosch (DESY) (until 10:30) (Auditorium)
08:30 Knowledge/learning spillover to industry - Michel Judkiewicz (EIRMA)   (Auditorium)
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08:50 Best practice on S&T parks: The Grenoble area - Impact on large scale RIs - Amal Chabli (CEA-LETI)   (Auditorium)
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09:10 EIRIISS – supporting cohesion between RIs and Industry. Finding effective measures to support European Industry for RI Instrumentation development - Rachael Jack (STFC)   (Auditorium)
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09:30 Spin-offs from European RIs – Some Examples - Regina Rochow (ELETTRA)   (Auditorium)
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09:50 Use of facilities by industries - lightsources as examples - Katja Kroschewski (DESY)   (Auditorium)
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10:30 --- Coffee Break ---
11:00
Plenary II - Reports from the Parallel Sessions - Jean Moulin (Belgian Science Policy Office) (until 11:45) (Auditorium)
11:00 Report from Parallel I (Economic Aspects) - Keith Jeffery (STFC)   (Auditorium)
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11:05 Report from Parallel II (Social/Educational Aspects) - Frank Lehner (DESY)   (Auditorium)
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11:15 Report from Parallel III (Public/Cultural) - Jean-Pierre Caminade (SOLEIL)   (Auditorium)
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11:20 Report from Parallel IV (Innovation Aspects) - Florian Gliksohn (ELI)   (Auditorium)
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11:45
Plenary Session III - The way forward - John Womersley (STFC) (until 13:00) (Auditorium)
11:45 EvaRIO – an evaluation method in an open innovation and research system environment - Sandrine Wolff (BETA/U Strassburg)   (Auditorium)
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12:05 The value of research infrastructures in less developed areas - Prof. Adrian Curaj (UEFISCDI, Romania)   (Auditorium)
12:25 Long-Term Strategies: The Bordeaux region as example - Dr Jean-Claude Kieffer (INRS-EMT, Bordeaux)   (Auditorium)
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PM
14:00
Opening Session (until 14:30) (Auditorium)
14:00 Welcome - Prof. Helmut Dosch (DESY)   (Auditorium)
14:10 Greetings - Dr Horst-Michael Pelikahn (State Councillor for Science and Research of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg)   (Auditorium)
14:20 Goals of the Workshop - Prof. Carlo Rizzuto (ELETTRA and Chair ERF)   (Auditorium)
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14:30
Plenary I - Why caring about socio-economic impacts? - Wolfgang Sandner (Max-Born-Institute and Laserlab Europe) (until 16:30) (Auditorium)
14:30 A View from the European Commission - Ana Arana-Antelo (Head of Research Infrastructure, DG Research EC)   (Auditorium)
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14:50 A view from the UK - John Womersley (STFC)   (Auditorium)
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15:10 A Study about the Business Models of RIs - Susanna Gota Goldmann (Ministry of Higher Education and Research, France)   (Auditorium)
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15:30 A perspective from Canada - Emil Hallin (Canadian Lightsource)   (Auditorium)
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15:50 An international perspective/OECD - Stefan Michalowski (OECD Global Science Forum)   (Auditorium)
16:10 Introduction to Parallel Sessions - the various dimensions of socio-economic relevance - Carlo Rizzuto (ELETTRA and Chair ERF)   (Auditorium)
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16:30 --- Coffee Break ---
17:00
Parallel Session I - Economic Aspects (until 19:00) (Auditorium)
17:00 Overview of Methodologies - Dr Mickael Pero (Fraunhofer ISI, Karlsruhe)   (Auditorium)
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17:20 STFC's approach to evaluating the impact of research facilities - Katharine Robertson (STFC) Sharon Cosgrave (STFC)   (Auditorium)
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17:40 Short-run Regional and Sectoral Demand Effects of RIs – The Case of XFEL at DESY - Prof. Wilhelm Pfähler (U Hamburg)   (Auditorium)
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18:00 General Methodology and ex-ante evaluation at ELI - Franck Brottier (ELI) Florian Gliksohn (ELI)   (Auditorium)
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18:20 The work of ex-ante evaluation of economic effects of ESS in Lund, Sweden: Risks associated with ‘blackboxing’ - Dr Olof Hallonsten (Research Policy Institute, Lund)   (Auditorium)
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17:00
Parallel Session II - Social, Educational and Environmental Aspects - Adrian Dusa (U Bucharest) (until 19:05) (SemR 2)
17:00 ECRIN (European Clinical Research Infrastructure Network) impact on health and economy - Jacques Demotes-Mainard (INSERM)   (SemR 2)
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17:20 e-Infrastructures - Dr Kimmo Koski (CSC)   (SemR 2)
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17:40 ELETTRA - Bibi Palatini (ELETTRA)   (SemR 2)
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17:55 DESY - Stephan Haid (DESY)   (SemR 2)
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18:10 PSI - Dr Thierry Straessle (PSI)   (SemR 2)
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18:25 SOLEIL - Jean-Pierre Caminade (SOLEIL)   (SemR 2)
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18:40 Canadian Lightsource - Emil Hallin (Canadian Lightsource)   (SemR 2)
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18:55 Laserlab - Prof. Wolfgang Sandner (Max Born Institute)   (SemR 2)
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19:30 --- Dinner ---
13:00
Closing Session - Helmut Dosch (DESY) (until 13:30) (Auditorium)
13:00 Need for further investigations and methodologies (ERF working group) - Carlo Rizzuto (ELETTRA and Chair ERF)   (Auditorium)
13:15 ESFRI and concluding remarks of the workshop - Beatrix Vierkorn-Rudolph (Chair ESFRI)   (Auditorium)
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