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21 Oct Innovation on Aeronautics engineering

Real Academia de Ingenieria (Spain) (RAI)
2010
The first stages. Military transport aircrafts. Hunting and training aircrafts. Passengers airplanes Airbus family and composites. Equipment goods. Most recent innovations. Conclusion.
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21 Oct Organic Electronics in Germany

National Academy of Science and Engineering (acatech)
2011
Organic electronics is still a new technological field, encompassing such varying applications as illuminants, photovoltaics, printed electronics and batteries. Replacing inorganic by organic materials in electronic components, in particular for the transformation of light into electric power (photovoltaics) and vice-versa of electric power into light (illuminating diodes), promises fundamental benefits in economic and ecological terms alike; as well as advantages in terms of application options and design, e.g. for large-scale lighting, flexible displays and the generation of energy. Substantial efforts in research in relation to theoretical understanding, effective materials and controlled process technology, i.e. largely for the entire value creation chain, are required, however, for a competitive, efficient and economic implementation in this respect.
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21 Oct Mathematical models for science and engineering

Real Academia de Ingenieria (Spain) (RAI)
2011
Science laws. Mathematics. Differential equations in Engineering. Geometry. Economy and Sociology. Probability and Statistics. Fatigue problems. Curves of crack growth.
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21 Oct Educating engineers to drive the innovation economy

Royal Academy of Engineering (UK) (RAEng)
2012
This report takes the long view on the subject of innovation, highlighting the three major types before focusing on the radical innovation process and how this can be embedded into engineering education. The report proposes a realignment of innovation education for engineers, moving the emphasis from purely downstream improvements in productivity and efficiency towards an upstream emphasis upon creativity and transformation.
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21 Oct Industrial Systems: capturing value through manufacturing

Irish Academy of Engineering (IAE)
2012
This report seeks to make a contribution to the promotion of a broader view of the value of manufacturing and the industrial systems in which it operates We hope that this will, in turn, help stimulate new opportunities for capturing economic value. As part of our project, we undertook an extensive review of the literature with the help of the Institute of Manufacturing in Cambridge, which produced a background analysis to further our understanding. We undertook face-to-face structured interviews with 18 senior business and academic leaders, both to influence the initial scope of the study and inform its final content.
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21 Oct Lecture Series on Engineering Research & Innovation

Irish Academy of Engineering (IAE)
2013
It was decided by the Academy, following their report “Engineering Research and Irish Economic Development (Dec. 2010)”, that for the greater promotion of its findings and recommendations, to invite four distinguished engineers who have made their names in the international world of engineering innovation, to participate in this lecture series on the topic of Engineering Research and Innovation. This particular publication focuses on the vital role of research in industrial innovation and identifies the specific contributions which the various sectors make:- 1.    Government through its fundamental strategies and its agencies. 2.    Industry with its interaction with the research programmes of engineering schools. 3.    The engineering schools which promote the innovation of undergraduate courses and in their research topics. 4.    The speakers, each of whom is of the highest international standards and who came to Ireland to give these lectures and share their views with us.
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21 Oct Opinion on State in Slovenia and Suggestions for Promotion of Economic Growth (3 pages)

Engineering Academy of Slovenia (IAS)
2012
In Slovenia in past 20 years there hasn’t been established an effective innovation policy nor a stable system of cooperation between science and economy. IAS has prepared an advice and position paper with short-, mid- and long-term measures on different fields: economy, education and research, and society. The paper was distributed to relevant state institutions and other interested organisations.
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21 Oct Strategy of Smart, Sustainable and Inclusive Growth in Slovenia (50 pages)

Engineering Academy of Slovenia (IAS)
2012
Analysis of educational system in Slovenia and Research, development and innovative achievements of Slovenia has now become an annual task and receives and generates substantial interest from interested parties. In 2012 it has been upgraded to Strategy of smart, sustainable and inclusive growth in Slovenia. It contains propositions that connect engineering, industry, innovation, research, economy, environment, sustainability for further development of Slovenia.
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21 Oct Technology Highway – Consensus for an Innovative Slovenia (104 pages)

Engineering Academy of Slovenia (IAS)
2012
Knowledge is the only way out of the economic crisis, is the foreword of the collection of articles  of speakers at the conference “Technology Highway - Consensus for an Innovative Slovenia”, organised by the Slovenian Academy of Engineering. The conference has discussed on the Strategy of smart, sustainable and inclusive growth in Slovenia, the Euro-CASE Innovation platform and Horizon 2020. The collection of articles presents contributions of five speakers at the conference.
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21 Oct Yearbook of Slovenian Academy of Engineering 2012 (84 pages)

Engineering Academy of Slovenia (IAS)
2012
Yearbook of Slovenian Academy of Engineering is a yearly publication of activities of the Academy. It presents academy members, bodies of Academy, academies’ working groups and activities of academy in past year.
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