Strategies for research prioritization – a comparison of six small to medium sized economies

21 Oct Strategies for research prioritization – a comparison of six small to medium sized economies

Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering (IVA) 2009 The report is the result of a preliminary study conducted under the project “Prioritisation of Research and Innovation”, which was conducted during 2009 by the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences, IVA.
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21 Oct Yellow pages for innovators in Lombardy

CNR, INFN, ITT and Politecnico di Torino consortium 2010 The guide aims at a detailed mapping of  infrastructural actors of the research and innovation system in Lombardy region. Enterprises are in the center of the innovation process: they have the responsibility and the interest in...
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21 Oct Technological Knowledge – Evolution, Methods, Structures

National Academy of Science and Engineering (acatech) 2010 In its initial year as the German Academy of Science and Engineering, acatech made an essential contribution to the discussion about the formulation of the self-conception of the engineering sciences with the “Technological Knowledge” conference it organized....
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21 Oct Technology, development and the SMEs

National Academy of Technologies of France (NATF) 2010 How to help the SMEs to take into account technology evolutions, with all their consequences and how to encourage them to play an even more important role in the innovation process? This report suggests a few elements...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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