Roundtable: Public Private Partnerships and Joint Technology Initiatives – Exploring the further development of multilateral cooperation initiatives
The event was jointly organised between the RI-LINKS2UA project and the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine on February 14, 2017. Below you can find more information on the objectives of the event. All presentations are available for download as well.
- To show experiences and lessons learned with PPPs/JTIs in EU MS as well as their role in the ERA.
- To explore the opportunities for Ukraine participation in the PPPs/JTIs.
- To present the Ukrainian initiatives currently developing their concepts.
- To discuss and identify next steps for increased participation of public and private actors in PPPs/JTIs in Ukraine.
The objectives of the event were in line with the following recommendations of the PSF review report:
- Recommendation 17: The opportunities offered by Horizon 2020 should be reaped through adequate accompanying support measures and initiatives
- Recommendation 22: The association to Horizon 2020 should also be used as a source for policy learning
- Recommendation 24: Elaborate a cross-governmental Innovation Strategy and Action plan focusing on priority domains for science- and technology-based innovation
policy makers and implementing agencies, research intuitions, industry, and SMEs, interested civ society, etc.
- Presentations (PDFs):
EU Public-Private-Partnership and Joint Technology Initiatives landscape, Ülle Must, Chief Specialist, Estonian Research Council
Experiences and good practices from PPP/JTI from EU Member States Perspective
- Estonia: Estonia's experience in involving the various stakeholders in PPP activities, Toivo Räim, Adviser, Ministry of Education and Research, Estonia
- Germany: German experiences with JTI’s - the example of Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI), Jan Skriwanek, German Representative of the IMI States Representative Group (SRG) on behalf of the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF)
- Poland: PPP concept impact on SME development – Polish case study, Krzysztof Grabowiecki, CIM-mes, Poland
- Romania: How Romania – a ”widening” country – implemented PPP in terms of strategy, political framework, Domnica Cotet, member of Comittee, Director of Business Incubator Center Bucharest
Ukrainian Initiatives in PPP/JTI:
- Presentation of the Ukrainian PPP Initiative on “Resource Materials”, Andrey Ragulya, Frantsevich Institute for Problems in Materials Science, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
- National Business Model acceleration SMEs in Horizon 2020 in Ukraine: Public-private partnerships, Volodymyr Matiushko, independent expert East Invest 2, board member CEE BC, Kiev-Brussels
- Ukrainian Energy Hub. Lyubomyr Nykyruy, Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University
- "Challenges of the PPP in Ukraine: the recopy of success [based on real practical examples and national experience]". Nadiya Boyko, Chief Scientific Officer, Cassovia Life Sciences, Ukraine
Discussion: How to strengthen Ukrainian participation in PPPs and JTIs?
- Viktor Shovkaliuk, Head of Innovation Department, Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine
- Tatyana Lisitsa, Deputy head of Department, Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine
- Tetiana Stepankova , Vice-President of the Ukrainian League of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs
- Iryna Zapatrina, Chaiman of the Board of Ukrainian PPP Center
- 1_roundtable_PPP_JTI_fina_14_2_v2.pdf (PDF)
- Boyko_round_table_MON_14_02.pdf (PDF)
- Domnica_Cotet_RI_LINK2Ukraina_Kyiv_14_february_2017.pdf (PDF)
- EnergyHub_New.pdf (PDF)
- Experiences_IMISkriwanek.pdf (PDF)
- Lisitsa_MEDT.pdf (PDF)
- PPP_H2020_09_02_17.pdf (PDF)
- ___________present_en.pdf (PDF)
- present_Zapatrina_Science_PPP.pdf (PDF)
- Ragulya.pdf (PDF)
- RI-LINKS2UA_PPP_U_MUST.pdf (PDF)
- RI-LINKS2UA_PPT_T_RAIM.pdf (PDF)
- Shovkalyuk_MESU_.pdf (PDF)