Innovaatiotutkimuksen seminaarit

Tekes sekä Työ- ja elinkeinoministeriö järjestävät yhdessä kaksi innovaatiotutkimusaiheista seminaaria, joihin lähetämme kutsun ohessa.

Seminaarit pidetään Glo Hotel Artissa, Lönnrotinkatu 29

  • 28.11. klo 9.00 - 17.00
    System innovation and transitions – do we need new policies and strategies?
  • 29.11. klo 8.30 - 12.30
    INFI Project – Research results and case studies on user innovation in Finland

Ilmoittaudu alla olevien linkkien (huom! erillinen ilmoittautuminen kumpaakin seminaariin). Linkkien kautta näet myös seminaarien ohjelman ja tarkemman aikataulun.

Tervetuloa!

 

Dear stakeholder,

Tekes funds research on the dynamics of innovation, renewal of the economy and society to support evidence-based policies throughout the Finnish innovation environment. During recent years these thematic calls have focused on new sources of growth for Finland from the viewpoint of user-driven innovation, system innovations and transitions, intangible value creation, global value networks and ecosystems.

We hereby kindly welcome you to participate in two seminars related to some of these themes with the aim to challenge researchers, key stakeholders and international experts into a dialogue about future sources of competitiveness and growth for Finland from a global viewpoint. The seminars are hosted by the Finnish Funding Agency for Technology and Innovation (Tekes) and the Ministry of Employment and the Economy. They take place at Glo Hotel Art, Lönnrotinkatu 29, Helsinki. Both seminars are free of charge.

  1. System innovation and transitions on November 28th 2013 from 9 to 17 the focus will be on system innovations and transitions, including transitions to the green economy. Speakers will include experts and policy stakeholders from Finland, Sweden, the Netherlands, Austria and other OECD countries.

    Please, register to this seminar through the link below by 30 October.

  2. INFI Project – Research results and case studies on user innovation in Finland on November 29th 2013 from 8.30 to 12.30 new research findings on user-oriented innovation will be presented, including comparisons to developments in other countries. The project has involved Eric von Hippel from MIT Sloan School of Management in the US, Fred Gault from the University of Maastrict and Jeroen de Jong from RSM Erasmus in the Netherlands.

    Please, register to this seminar through the link below by 30 October.

Welcome to two interesting and hopefully lively debates about topical issues from a Finnish and global viewpoint!

Best regards,

Christopher Palmberg (Tekes) and Petri Lehto (Ministry of Employment and the Economy)