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How can standardization foster the impact of Horizon Europe projects?

Research and Science
Date: Wednesday, 10 October 2018 11:00 - 13:30

Venue: Renaissance Brussels Hotel, Rue du Parnasse 19, 1050 Brussels

How can standardization foster the impact of Horizon Europe projects?

 

 

 

Basic terminology, measurement and test methods, reference architecture models, or interfaces – standards provide valuable support in research projects along the whole process of technology development. They reduce costs, increase investment security, and provide the partners within the project with an information lead on future market requirements. The results of standardization activities are made publicly available, thereby promoting their dissemination and broad application. Thus, standardization functions as a catalyst for innovation by enhancing the transfer of research results into marketable products and ensuring market access.

DIN and UNE, the German and Spanish national standardization bodies, cordially invite you to discuss the benefits standardization can provide to ensure the dissemination of research results in the new research framework program Horizon Europe and how norms and standards may function as evaluation criteria to measure the level of successful technology transfer. Please join us on

 

Wednesday, October 10th, at 11:00 to 13:30 hrs

at Renaissance Brussels Hotel,

Rue du Parnasse 19, 1050 Brussels.

 

Programme:

 

11:00

Welcome Addresses

Dr. Michael Stephan, Member of the Managing Board, DIN e.V.

Fernando J. Utrilla, Head of Research and Innovation Unit, UNE

 

11:15

 

 

 

 

Keynote

Dr. Christian Ehler, MEP, EPP, Rapporteur for the Horizon Europe Dossier

Gustaf Winroth, DR RTD, European Commission, Research / Micro- & Nano- manufacturing/metrology

11:45

Case Studies from Horizon 2020 Programme

Prof. Dr. Thomas Bock, Technical University of Munich, Coordinator of the REACH Project

Prof. Jose Maria Sarriegi, University of Navarra, Project Coordinator of SMR Project

Isabel Lacave, Acciona Infraestructuras S.A., Coordinator of BRESAER project

Andreas Jenet, Joint Research Centre (JRC),           Scientific Development

 

12:15

Q&A and Discussion

Followed by

 

 

Networking Lunch

      

 

Please register for the event by following this LINK

 

There will be photography at this event. Your image may be captured by us and used for business and promotional purposes of DIN and UNE in print and/ or on our website. By registering for the event you are giving us your permission to use your image in this way free of charge and without any restrictions in terms of time, space and content.

 

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  • Wednesday, 10 October 2018 11:00 - 13:30

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