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  • www.errin.eu

    Regions, smart specialisation and synergies Richard Tuffs, Director ERRIN

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    http://www.errin.eu/

  • Outline

    Brief overview of ERRIN

    Developing regional and city innovation ecosystems Triple helix, quadruple helixOpen Innovation 2.0

    Developing synergies Horizon 2020 and ESIF Seeking synergies Smart specialisation

    Platforms and strategic clusters

    New roles at the regional level Possible new intermediaries

  • ERRIN

    ERRIN, with over 120 members, helps regions get their voice heard in Brussels and supports the implementation of the Europe2020 Strategy, the Innovation Union flagship initiative, Smart Specialisation and Widening Participation.

    ERRIN is a Brussels-based platform of regions strengthening regional research and innovation capacities by exchanging information, sharing best practice, supporting Project development, Policy shaping and Profile raising.

  • 2016-

    The ERRIN journey

    2001

    Informal network

    2004 - FP6 Regions of Knowledge

    2006 Oct. Relaunch with Management Board, Subscription fee

    2008 - 60 Regions

    2012

    90 Regions

    2000 Lisbon Strategy to turn the EU into the most competitive knowledge-based society by 2010

    Increase in R&D funding from 2003 19bn for FP6

    H2020 77bn

    Horizon 2020 from 2014 - 79bn

    2000 Commission Report on Governance need to strengthen relations with regional and local authorities.

    2004 + 10 new Member States

    120+ Regions

  • Partners &

    projects

    Voicing

    positions

    Developing

    networks

    Raising

    capacity

    Mutual learning

    Trust &

    confidence

    Essential

    contacts

    Information

    &

    intelligence

    Visibility &

    critical mass

    Sharing knowledge

    ERRIN DNA

  • ERRIN Four Ps

    Policy

    Projects

    Partner-

    ship

    Profile

    Supporting project development and engaging ERRIN regions in EU projects

    Raising the profile of ERRIN and member regions in Brussels

    Influencing EU Research & Innovation

    Policy

    Juncker Plan Synergies

    Smart Specialisation Innovation Council

    Horizon 2020

    Working with our members

    Joint events EURADA/ERRIN and

    AER/ERRIN MoUs

    Project Brokerage ICT/KETS /Health/ SSH

    June 21st-22nd Energy 25th Oct

    Energy 19th Jan 2017

    Average of +2 events/invitations to

    speak per week ERRIN in SmartSpec

    Project with ten ERRIN regions

    Partner Searches on website

    www.errin.eu

    http://www.errin.eu/

  • Energy & Climate Change

    Bio-economy/ Food & Agri

    Health Water / Process Industry

    Transport Smart Cities Tourism Advanced

    manufacturing/ Nano

    Blue Growth Design & Creativity

    ICT Opening Science

    Innovation & Investment

    Smart Specialisation

    Policy

    ERRIN Working Groups 2016

  • Working Groups and Leaders 2016 Policy Scotland Europa, East & North Finland & South Tyrol

    Projects West Midlands, Eindhoven & Lombardy

    Societal

    Energy Scotland Europa, Flanders & West Finlan

    Health Stavanger, South Denmark & Lombardy

    Opening Science Bremen, Berlin, Capital Region DK & Wales Higher Education

    Transport & Logistics Aragon, Ile de France & Scotland

    Water Fryslan

    Industry

    Advanced manufacturing & nano Twente University, Rhone-Alpes, West Mids & Basque Country

    Bio economy, food & sustainable agriculture West Finland, Northern Ireland, Navarra, Pays de la Loire & Veneto

    Design & creativity Central Denmark, Lombardy & Stuttgart

    ICT Zealand, Berlin & Extremadura

    Innovation & investment Cantabria, Eindhoven, KEPA & Trento

    Tourism Valencia, Crete, Lombardy & Saxony Anhalt

    X-cutting

    Smart Cities Communities & Regions Eindhoven, East & North Finland , North Sweden, Noord Regio & Stavanger

    Smart Specialisation Scotland Europa, PACA, Helsinki & Malta

    Blue Innovation & Growth Crete, Pomorskie & Emilia Romagna

    Strategic Over 40 regions involved in leading Working Groups

  • Working Groups Develop an annual work plan

    with broad objectives and planning

    Meet approx 4 times per year

    Most meetings involve Brussels representatives

    Regional experts needed for brokerage events for project development

    Working Groups what do they do?

    Working Group

    Policy

    Projects

    Partnership

    Profile

    Brokerage sessions x 1

    per year

    EU institutions -

    speakers

    Other networks

    Regional presentations

    Project dissemination

    Making contacts

    Regional interests &

    competences

    Developing positions

    Sharing knowledge

    Mutual learning

    Visibility

    Early intelligence

  • ERRIN activities Nov 2016 (1)

    7th Nov: ERRIN moderates Marine Energy event for Wales

    8th Nov: Kick off for new project AM Motion

    14th Nov: RIM Plus advanced manufacturing workshop

    14th Nov: ERRIN presenting at unplugging data in smart regions conference

    15th Nov: ERRIN meeting on Interim Evaluation of H2020 position

    16th Nov: ERRIN moderate Baltic Sea Conference in Brussels

    18th Nov: ERRIN on Advisory Board of Thinking Smart project (Higher Education and S3)

  • ERRIN activities Nov 2016 (2)

    22nd Nov: EIP Smart City AGM

    22nd Nov: ERRIN & EIP SCC cocktail on Citizen engagement

    23rd Nov: ERRIN EIP Smart Cities, Citizen engagement manifesto event

    24th Nov: ERRIN event (with ERA Stakeholder Platform) on circulation of knowledge at the regional level

    25th Nov: ERRIN presents at Commission Research Infrastructure Workshop

    29th Nov: ERRIN as key note speaker at NCP conference Paris

    29th Nov: ERRIN at More Years Better Lives Conference Rome

    30th Nov: ERRIN Chairs Smart Specialisation Mirror Group

  • ERRIN activities December 2016

    1st Dec : Innovation and Investment WG entrepreneurial regions

    1st and 2nd Dec: ERRIN at Cluster Conference

    6th Dec: ADMA WG

    6th Dec: WIRE 2016 overview meeting

    8th Dec: ERRIN moderating Welsh Govt Health workshop

    9th Dec: ERRIN presentation to IGLO

    13th Dec: Bioeconomy WG

    13th Dec: RIM Plus final workshop - overview

    14th Dec: ERRIN AGM

    19th Dec: SPARKS Project Meeting

    20th Dec: SPARKS Project Review Meeting

  • Triple helix >>>>>>>> Quadruple helix

    Triple helix linkages seen as important for city/regional competitiveness and jobs and growth

  • Quadruple helix and Innovation 2.0

  • Capital of Innovation

  • Research and innovation and regional policy

    Smart Specialisation and synergies

  • Triple helix supported by EU funding

    Horizon 2020 75 billion

    European Structural and Investment Fund 352 billion

    The reforms agreed for the 2014-2020 period are

    designed to maximise the impact of the available EU

    funding. 1 082 billion OVERALL EU 2014-2020 BUDGET

    Other EU policies Agruculture Research External Etc.

    730.2 billion

    67.5% 32.5%

    351.8 billion

    COHESION POLICY

    GROWTH

    0

    10

    20

    30

    40

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    60

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  • ERDF Thematic Objectives

    Research and Innovation Combating climate change

    Information and Commu-

    nication technologies

    Competitiveness of SMEs

    Low-carbon economy

    Environment and

    resource efficiency

    Sustainable transport

    Better public

    administration

    Better education, training

    Social inclusion

    Employment and Mobility

    15%

    20% 12%

    50% 60%

    80%

    Less developed regions

    Transition regions More developed

    regions

    Marc Lemaitre DG DG Regio

    we have top-notch research infrastructure in Europe but not fully used. There is a mismatch of physical infrastructure and researchers and we need a better match between physical and human capital (and regional strategies) Spreading Excellence and Crossing the Innovation Divide Conference Brussels 23 November 2016

  • The call for synergies

    Building meaningful interactions between the two policy frameworks and their investment strategies can have significant impacts on the economy, combining place-based innovation investments in smart specialisation priorities with world-class research and innovation initiatives, thus ensuring a higher impact of the funds.

    Fostering synergies will not only bring about better efficiency, it will ultimately lead to a positive impact on jobs, growth and competitiveness across Europe's diverse regions a positive impact from investing more in developing regional research and innovation capacities, the drivers of economic growth in the Union.

  • Synergies Synergy-type 1: Providing funding from alternative sources for positively

    evaluated Framework Programme/Horizon 2020 proposals but not funded due to insufficient Call budgets

    Synergy-type 2: Funding actions that build research and innovation capacities of actors aimed at participating in the Framework Programme/Horizon 2020 or o

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