Horizon 2020 and Switzerland: H2020 Work Programmes 2018-2020 and Innosuisse funding instruments

Claiming Innovation: how does it work?

Date & Time: Wednesday, 13 December 2017, 14.00 until 19.00

Location: ETH Zürich, Hauptgebäude, Audi Max (HG F 30), Rämistrasse 101, Zürich

Language: English/German

Moderation: Sofia Karakostas, Co-Head EU GrantsAccess

Programme

14:00   Arriving and Registering

 

14:30   Begrüssung und Eröffnung

                    Prof. Dr. Detlef Günther, Vizepräsident Forschung
                    und Wirtschaftsbeziehungen ETH Zürich

14:45   KEYNOTE: Die H2020-Arbeitsprogramme 2018-20 &
              Ausblick auf FP9

                    Dr. Wolfgang Burtscher, stv. Generaldirektor Forschung
                     und Innovation, Europäische Kommission

15.30   A SCIENCE STORY – short presentation of the collaborative
              H2020 project “TREDISEC: Trust-aware, REliable and Distributed
              Information SEcurity in the Cloud”

                    Prof. Dr. Srdjan Capkun, ETH Zürich

15:40   In depth presentation of the work programmes 2018-2020
              for ICT and for the European Innovation Council (EIC pilot)

                    Dr. Francesco Kienzle, National Contact Point for ICT and FET

16.25   A SCIENCE STORY – kurze Präsentation des kollaborativen
              H2020-Projekts “ZERO-PLUS: Achieving near Zero and Positive
              Energy Settlements in Europe using Advanced Energy Technology”

                    Sven Koehler, CEO Anerdgy

16.35   Kurze Pause / Short break

16.50   Innosuisse – the Swiss way of promoting innovation

                    Prof. Dr. Christophe Copéret, member of the Swiss Innovation
                    Council

17.20   A SCIENCE STORY – short presentation of the collaborative H2020
              project “NeuRAM3: NEUral computing aRchitectures in Advanced
              Monolithic 3D-VLSI nano-technologies”

                    Prof. Dr. Giacomo Indiveri, UZH

17.30   Claiming Innovation: how does it work?
              Final discussion with all speakers

                    Moderated by Charlotte Geerdink, swisscore

18.15   Ausblick: Die Bedeutung von FP9 für den Forschungs- und
              Innovationsstandort Zürich

                    Prof. Dr. Michael Schaepman, Vice-President, UZH

18.30   Networking-Apéro