RiConfigure Final Event

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RiConfigure Final Event

The Horizon 2020 project RiConfigure is organising its final event, split into three afternoon sessions. The final conference will take place on Tuesday the 8th, Wednesday the 9th, and Tuesday the 15th of June, always from 15:00 to 17:00 CET.

This final event follows an itinerary articulated in three working sessions:

  • The first session will engage participants in the discussion of what has been learned from the RiConfigure project;
  • The second one will focus on what still is not known about cross-sectoral collaborations through dialogue with the participants;
  • The third will be dedicated to the co-creation of the agenda to support collaborative innovation within the Horizon Europe programme.

The event serves a double purpose. On the one hand, it will bring to the public the main results of the project in gaining a more realistic understanding of real-life Quadruple Helix Collaborations (QHCs). On the other hand, it will aim to create a space to discuss the roles the Quadruple Helix may play in national and EU Research & Innovation landscapes and particularly for the Horizon Europe Programme (HE).

More info can be found here.

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