About the Conference
Innovating innovation by research – 100 years after Schumpeter
|19 – 21 September 2011
Tech Gate Vienna
International Conference on Indicators
and Concepts of Innovation
NET4SOCIETY Networking Event
A series of sessions will take place over three days, moving from policy discussion and debate to FP7 networking and engagement.
There will be key-note speeches by renowned researchers and practitioners in the field, from Europe as well as from Canada, the USA, South America, and South-east Asia (Japan, South Korea). Confirmed speakers include Denis Harrison (University of Montreal), Agnès Hubert (BEPA), Antonella Noya (OECD), and Uwe Schneidewind (Wuppertal Institute).
A focused networking session will take place on 21st September, providing information on the upcoming call for proposals FP7-SSH-2012, launching in summer 2011. SSH researchers and stakeholders (universities, research institutions, civil society organizations and SMEs) will have the opportunity to meet both potential coordinators and potential project partners in a structured networking environment.
This event will give you the unique opportunity to build consortia for the next
Socio-economic Sciences and Humanities call in FP7.
Challenge Social Innovation is an event co-organized by NET4SOCIETY (the Network of Socio-economic Sciences and Humanities National Contact Points) through the support of the European Commission, the Centre for Social Innovation, Vienna and the Dortmund University of Technology.
For more information on Social Innovation see the BEPA report: http://ec.europa.eu/bepa/pdf/publications_pdf/social_innovation.pdf
For more information on the conference & the Networking Event see the brochure: