The ECCP and the Forum of ECPs (FECP) are hosting a webinar on 4 March (15:00 CET).
The first part of the webinar will introduce and discuss sustainability and exploitation through the use of technology and clustering, with a focus on how this could be implemented in the upcoming Horizon Europe. The second part is dedicated to introducing the new ECCP website.
After the participants are welcomed by the European Commission’s representative, guest speaker Michael Browne will introduce the Horizon Europe programme (2021–2027) and demonstrate how to use technology to profile, connect and drive sustainable innovation, highlighting the utility of the Helix Impact Model and describing how helixs are structured.
Michael Browne is the Director and Co-Founder of Crowdhelix – an open innovation technology platform that forges links between an international network of excellent researchers and innovating companies to help deliver pioneering collaborative projects.
Prior to working at Crowdhelix, Michael was Head of European Research and Innovation at University College London for more than 15 years. He oversaw the award and delivery of more than 1,000 EU framework projects. Michael has sat on various organisational, national and international advisory groups and boards focused on international innovation issues. He is a recognised expert and keynote speaker on how open innovation and collaboration can be used to create powerful value chains that facilitate the impact of R&I activities across the European Research Area.
The second part of the webinar will be dedicated to a brief walk-through of the ECCP website’s new look and functionalities.
Register before 26 February here.