Trasformative Innovation Policy (TIP) Conference

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Trasformative Innovation Policy (TIP) Conference, 17-21 January 2022

The Transformative Innovation Policy Consortium (TIPC) and the European Forum for Studies of Policies for Research and Innovation (Eu-SPRI) are organising the 2022 TIP Conference, to be held digitally from 17-21 January 2022.

The 2022 TIP Conference is part of an ongoing collaboration and network building process. The conference develops in building blocks with the dialogue kick-starting in workshops across other major conferences – the 2021 Eu-SPRI Conference, IST Conference and the Globelics conference as well as the TIPC learning events, to weave a thread of discussions through sessions and activities that pave the way to January 2022 with the TIP Conference as the finale event. The aim is to connect the community of diverse actors working on TIP and to mutually learn from each other by instigating debates on different designs, approaches, methodologies, management and implementation of TIP.

The TIP conference is designed as an open platform for networking, meeting, and developing ideas. This is why the organisers launched a “Call for Initiatives” rather than a call for papers. The conference can also be a place to develop sets of ideas into experimental projects by providing a cross-sectoral and multi-actor experience.

The ‘Call for Participation and Initiatives’ is open until 4 September 2021. It will not be extended further so please do get your Expressions of Interests (EOIs) in as soon as possible.

For more information about both the final Conference and the Call for Participation and Initiatives click here.

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