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 OBJECTIVES  CONFERENCE PROGRAMME  PRACTICAL INFORMATION  QUESTIONS.

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2  OBJECTIVES  CONFERENCE PROGRAMME  PRACTICAL INFORMATION  QUESTIONS

3  AIM OF THE JOINT PROGRAMMING To tackle common European major societal challenges ("grand challenges") in a number of key areas by combining national research efforts and so to make better use of Europe's precious public R&D resources.  AIM OF THE CONFERENCE The Belgian Presidency Conference aims to take stock of the achievements and the lessons learnt to date in view of further developing the Joint Programming process.

4 Conference programme based on :  DAY 1  Definition  Implementation  DAY 2  Framework conditions

5 Monday 18th October 2010  Opening plenary session Chair: Pieter de Pauw (GPC Chair)

6 Monday 18th October 2010  Introductive plenary session Joint Programming: a concept serving innovation and grand challenges by Bernard Bigot What’s Joint Programming? by André Syrota

7 Monday 18th October 2010  Parallel session 1a Lessons learnt up to now Chair: Pieter de Pauw Angeles Rodriguez-Pena Wim Saris Antonia Recchia

8 Monday 18th October 2010  Parallel session 1b Defining priorities for successfull JPIs Chair: Rolf Annerberg Beatrix Vierkon-Rudolph Christian Seiser Toivo Maimets

9 Monday 18th October 2010  Parallel session 1c Contribution of JPIs to R&I Chair: Jean Stéphenne (tbc) Jos Leijten Andy Henson Gernot Klotz

10 Monday 18th October 2010  Parallel session 1d Joint Programming at the service of citizens Chair: Mr Kleiber Anne-Sophie Parent Zoran Stancic Eili Ervela-Myreen

11 Monday 18th October 2010  Parallel session 1d Joint Programming at the service of citizens Chair: Mr Kleiber Anne-Sophie Parent Zoran Stancic Eili Ervela-Myreen

12 Monday 18th October 2010  Plenary session 2 How to implement Joint Programming? by Marion Guillou

13 Monday 18th October 2010  Parallel session 2a How to build an efficient JPI? Chair: Angeles Rodriguez-Pena Hendrik Bindslev Jana Kolar Hervé Pero

14 Monday 18th October 2010  Parallel session 2b Which role for the regions? Chair: Mercedes Bresso Christian Saublens Pierre Godin Pierre Villers

15 Monday 18th October 2010  Parallel session 2c How to use current tools and funds? Chair: Dieter Imboden Thomas Barett Jennifer Harper (tbc) Imelda Lambkin

16 Monday 18th October 2010  Parallel session 2d How to involve actors in JP projects? Chair: Michel Goldman Yuri Engelbrecht Luuk Borg Mike Farrimond

17 Tuesday 19th October 2010  Successive plenary sessions Forward looking foresight activities Peer review procedures Evaluation of Joint Programmes >Questions & Answers  Plenary session on Framework conditions

18 Tuesday 19th October 2010  Successive plenary sessions Funding of cross-border research Dissemination and use of research findings Management and sharing of IPR >Questions & Answers

19 Tuesday 19th October 2010 Optimum management of JPIs Josef Syka Peer review procedures Philippe Amouyel Evaluation of Joint Programmes Adrian Curaj >Questions & Answers  Plenary session on Optimising the management of JPIs

20 Tuesday 19th October 2010 Pieter de Pauw Anneli Pauli Walter Moenig Jennifer Harper (tbc)  Concluding session : Roundtable  Concluding address

21 Practical information :  / 10 / 2010  LA HULPE - DOLCE   100 places left  Registration on invitation only 


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