Higher Education Institutions and Future Education Needs for Green and Digital Transition

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During this session we will discuss about how the EU Green Deal and the New European Innovation Agenda with its 5 flagships can be implemented to help Higher Education institutions for the green and digital transition and to achieve technological readiness.

At the end of the discussion, we should be able to outline strategies and bring recommendations on the capacity needs and challenges for Academic institutions; define which Skills and competences are needed for the green and digital transition; how to improve collaboration among Academia and private sector to foster talents in the innovation ecosystems for smart specialization strategies.

Talking Points

Higher Education (HE) and future education needs in the context of green and digital transition should be discussed in the light of the following points:

  1. Digital Skills Integration
  2. Renewable Energy and Green Technologies
  3. Data Science for Environmental Challenges
  4. Entrepreneurship and Innovation
  5. Global Perspective and Collaboration
  6. Circular Economy Education
  7. Support for Startups and Incubators

During this session we will discuss about how the EU Green Deal and the New European Innovation Agenda with its 5 flagships can be implemented to help Higher Education institutions for the green and digital transition and to achieve technological readiness.

At the end of the discussion, we should be able to outline strategies and bring recommendations on the capacity needs and challenges for Academic institutions; define which Skills and competences are needed for the green and digital transition; how to improve collaboration among Academia and private sector to foster talents in the innovation ecosystems for smart specialization strategies.

Host and Welcome from EP (Tbc)

Speakers

  • Dr. David Peck, Delft University – EIT Raw Materials (video)
  • Antonio Marco Pantaleo Programme Manager at EIC – European Commission
  • Dr. Sc. Vlado Guberac, Josip Strosmaer University
  • Dr. Kemal Celik, Chanakkale University, Chair of ACRID, WG1
  • Dr. Murat Yilmaz, Aydin Menderes University
  • Ketrina Cabiri Mijo, European University Tirana
  • Dr. Kurt Deketelaere, Secretary-General, LERU TBC
  • Maria Laura Trifiletti, Head of EU projects Management Unit at ZABALA Innovation tbc
  • Huseyin Guler, Global R&D and Innovation Director, Kastamonu Entegre
  • Ilija Sazdovski, Lecturer at UNESCO ESCI-UPF, Barcelona
  • Dr. Giannangelo Boccuzzi, Researcher and Italian Research National Council Manager at HYPEX and Mine Vaganti NGO

Moderator:

Prof. Dr. Ljubomor Kekenovski, Faculty of Economics – UKIM (MK)

 

Messages from Rectors:

  • Dr. Bulent, Rector KENT Aydın Adnan Menderes University
  • Dr. Yucel Ogurlu, Rector Balikesir University
  • Dr. Aleksandra Buha Djordzevic, Belgrade University,
  • Dr. Gürkan Kumbaroğlu, Vice-Rector Boğaziçi University
  • Dr. R. Cuneyt Erenoglu, Rector Chanakkale University
  • Dr. Jon Altuna, Vice-Rector Mondragon University
  • Dr. Eva Alcon, Rector Jaume I University
  • Dr. Emmanuel Karapidakis, Hellenic Mediterranean University
  • Dr. Joana Resende, Vice-Rector University of Porto
  • Dr. Martin Lukes, Vice-Rector Prague University Economics
  • Dr.Senem Aydın-Düzgit, Robert Bosch Academy
  • Dr.Meltem Müftüler-Baç, Dean Arts & Social Sciences, Sabancı University
  • Rector Prof. Dr. Igor Nedelkovski, Kliment Ohridski University,
  • Dr. Deniz Tuncalp, Istanbul Teknik University,
  • Dr. F. Yesim Ekinci, Yeditepe University, EIT RIS Policy Council Member
  • Prof. Dr. Jean-Claude Burgelman, Frontiers Research Foundation
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