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PROGRAMME
The 5th Triple Helix Conference will deal with the Capitalization of knowledge and its cognitive, economic, social and cultural aspects.
The preliminary conference programme and the schedule will be posted on the website as soon as it is completed. Plenary sessions and panels will be announced soon.

PRELIMINARY PROGRAMME

TRACK 1: VARIABLE GEOMETRY OF TH

SESSION 1: EVOLUTION OF TRIPLE HELIX IN POST SOCIALIST STATES

Chair: Igor Egrov
SESSION 2: FROM NATIONAL TO GLOBAL & LOCAL

Chair: Erkki Kaukonen
WORKSHOP 1: UNIVERSITY-INDUSTRY PARTNERSHIP

Organizer: Elliot C. Kulakowski
WORKSHOP 2: FORESIGHT METHODOLOGIES: NEW WAYS OF SHAPING THE INTERACTIONS BETWEEN ACADEMY, INDUSTRY AND GOVERNMENT

Organizer: Claudio Roveda
WORKSHOP 3: EVALUATION OF RESEARCH & INNOVATION, EVALUATION IN THE R&I: THE TRIPLE HELIX MODEL FACING 5 FACTORS OF ASYMMETRY

Organizer: Leonardo Cannavò

TRACK 2: TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER & ENTREPRENEURSHIP

SESSION 1: LOOKING INSIDE THE COOPERATIVE RESEARCH CENTER "BLACK BOX": UNDERSTANDING WHY AND HOW SOME RESEARCH CENTERS AND STAKEHOLDER PERFORM BETTER THAN OTHERS

Chair: Denis Gray
SESSION 2: INNOVATION OR TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER - WHAT IS MORE IMPORTANT FOR ECONOMY?

Chair: Andrzej H. Jasinski
WORKSHOP 1: FROM BIO TO NANO: WHAT CAN WE LEARN FROM 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE OF BIOTECHNOLOGIES?

Organizer: Vincent Mangematin

TRACK 3: IPR, INDUSTRIAL DYNAMICS & MARKETS OF KNOWLEDGE
SESSION 1: ACADEMIC INVENTORS AND MARKETS FOR KNOWLEDGE

Chair:
WORKSHOP 1:KNOWLEDGE, TECHNOLOGY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY PROTECTION: A MULTIDISCIPLINARY ANALYSIS

Chair: Mario Calderini & Massimiliano Granieri
WORKSHOP 2: PROMOTING THE THIRD ESTATE IN ICT STANDARDS SETTINGS

Organizer: Kai Jakobs & Martina Gerst
WORKSHOP 3: INNOVATION, INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND FINANCIAL MARKETS

Organizer: Raffaele Oriani
WORKSHOP 4: TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE AND INDUSTRIAL EVOLUTION

Organizer: Timon Gaertner

TRACK 4: INTERNATIONALIZATION & KNOWLEDGE
SESSION 1: INTERNATIONALIZATION OF THE FIRM AND KNOWLEDGE CREATION

Chair: John Cantwell & Lucia Piscitello
WORKSHOP 1: INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC COOPERATION

Organizer: Peter Senker
WORKSHOP 2: REGIONAL INNOVATION POLICIES IN EUROPE

Organizer: Secondo Rolfo
WORKSHOP 3: REFRAMING KNOWLEDGE AND COMPETENCY IN TRANS-NATIONAL TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER: LESSONS FROM THE EUROPEAN INNOVATION RELAY CENTERS

Organizer: Giuseppe Zollo

TRACK 5: KNOWLEDGE FOR INNOVATION
SESSION 1: INNOVATION PROCESS & CAPITALIZATION OF KNOWLEDGE IN CANADA

Chair: Zaheer Baber
SESSION 2: UNEVEN DEVELOPMENT OF KNOWLEDGE ACROSS SECTORS: FUTURE CHALLENCES FOR SECTORS LAGGING BEHIND

Chair: Dominique Foray
SESSION 3: KNOWLEDGE FOR INNOVATION: INTERACTIVE KNOWLEDGE PRODUCTION, NETWORKING AND DEVELOPMENT

Chair: Rosalba Casas
SESSION 4: TACIT VS. CODIFIED KNOWLEDGE

Organizer: Riccardo Viale
WORKSHOP 1: KNOWLEDGE CREATION
  Organizer: Sven Hemlin
WORKSHOP 2: MEASURING THE COMPLEXITY OF LOCAL KNOWLEDGE

Organizer: Fiorenza Belussi, Lucio Biggero
WORKSHOP 3: KNOWLEDGE AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT IN EUROPEAN UNION

Organizer: Rodolfo Zich & Francesco Gagliardi

TRACK 6: SCIENTOMETRICS & OTHER MEASUREMENTS APPROACHES TO THE TH
SESSION 1: TRIPLE HELIX INDICATORS

Chair: Loet Leydesdorff & Martin Meyer
SESSION 2: INDICATORS OF ACADEMIC ENTREPRENEURSHIP & SCIENCE-BASED INNOVATION

Chair: Philippe Mustar

TRACK 7: CATCHING UP
SESSION 1: CHANGING UNIVERSITY-INDUSTRY RELATIONS IN ASIA AND PACIFIC ECONOMIES

Chair: Venni V. Krishna
SESSION 2: CATCHING UP: THE ROLE OF R&D AND INNOVATION

Chair: Judith Fried-Mosoni

TRACK 8: MANAGEMENT AND INNOVATION
SESSION 1: THE EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM

Chair: Christine Gebhardt
SESSION 2: INNOVATION MANAGEMENT

Chair: Markus Pohlmann
SESSION 3: ETHICS & INNOVATION

Chair: Guido Palazzo
WORKSHOP 1: TOWARDS AN ECOSYSTEM FOR INNOVATION: LINKING SCIENCE AND BUSINESS VIA NEW UNIVERSITY DEGREES AND NEW MODELS OF TRAINING
  Organizer: Sheila Tobias

TRACK 9: ENTREPRENEURIAL UNIVERSITIES
SESSION 1: ENTREPRENEURIAL UNIVERSITIES

Chair: Henry Etzokowitz & Mats Benner
WORKSHOP 1: VENTURE CAPITAL MODELS FOR UNIVERSITY TECHNOLOGIES

Organizer: Guven Yalcintas
WORKSHOP 2: TECHNOLOGY AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP: UNDERSTANDING THE INNOVATION ECOSYSTEM

Organizer: Charles Wessner


The programme will be structured around 5 plenary sessions and 8 tracks, each one managed by a team of convenors. Each track will focus on one main related topic that will be divided into several sessions (the number of these sessions will be determined based on the number and revance of papers submitted). A track consists of 6 to 8 parallel sessions, made up of papers presentations, workshops and panels, and deals with one main topic. Each track will host approximately 20 paper presentations.

Papers sessions
The paper sessions are the core of the conference and are dedicated to individual contributions from not only academics, but also policy makers and practitioners. There will be a minimum of 4 papers sessions in each track, where 4 papers will be presented and discussed.

Workshops
Workshops will be partly organized by university departments, research groups and academic associations and they will also consist of paper presentations on selected specific themes.
Upon notification of acceptance, the institutions and research groups will be in charge of selecting their speakers and managing the workshop.

Panels
The Panels will have an industrial approach and will be mainly dedicated to practitioners, financial experts and policy makers. Panel, which are financed by their organizers, are intended as a public space for debate between international representatives of the 3 spheres. Panel proposals will be selected by the Steering Committee.

Plenary Sessions
Keynote speakers from each of the helices, representing different and sometimes diverging approaches to the triple helix model, will expose and exchange their views in 5 different plenary sessions.