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On October 29th, at the premises of European Commisson in Brussels, closed door MIRRIS workshop was held in organization with MIRRIS Coordinator, META Group and DG Research and Innovation, Unit B6, Reflective Societies.

The aim of MIRRIS Workshop was to present the main findings of the 1st round of policy dialogues held in the EU12 countries and Croatia, putting an emphasis  on gaps and recommendations.

 The European Commission confirmed a high interest in MIRRIS initiative and preliminary results of the 1st round of Policy dialogues conducted in the above noted countries.

MIRRIS Workshop has gathered over 40 participants, namely representatives of EU 13 Member States and EU candidate countries that were supported by presence of Head of Units and Policy officers of the European Commission. 





 

 On behalf of DG Research and Innovation, Unit B6, Reflective Societies, Mr. Zoltan Krasznai, Project officer of MIRRIS initiative, welcomed the participants and made the introduction of the event. On behalf of MIRRIS Coordinator, Mr. Andrea Di Anselmo, Vice-president of META Group, gave the key note speech and moderated the event. In addition, Mr. Di Anselmo, presented the lessons learnt of the first round of policy dialogues, while Mr. Christian Saublens, Mrs. Anita Tregner- Mlinaric and Mr. Andrea Ferrara presented respectively the fact and figures of the analysis, the GAP analysis regarding the participation of the above noted target countries and 29 good practices that were selected by MIRRIS consortium. 

 The above noted presentations were followed by Q&A session and further presentations given by Ms. Tereza Krausova (Policy Officer at DG Regional and Urban Policy) and Mr. Mathieu Doussineau (European Commission-DG JRC), presenting the initiative Stairway to Excellence, and of Mr. Dimitri Corpakis (Head of Unit at DG Research and Innovation) presenting the measures related to Spreading of excellence and Widening of Participation. 


                 
            
 

Please find the presentations below: 

MIRRIS Workshop October 29 2014_ Agenda.pdfMIRRIS Workshop October 29 2014_ Agenda.pdf

MIRRIS Workshop 29 October - Introduction.pdfMIRRIS Workshop 29 October - Introduction.pdf

MIRRIS Workshop 29 October - Andrea Di Anselmo - What can be learnt from the first round of PD.pdfMIRRIS Workshop 29 October - Andrea Di Anselmo - What can be learnt from the first round of PD.pdf

MIRRIS Workshop 29 October - Christian Saublens - Facts and Figures.pdfMIRRIS Workshop 29 October - Christian Saublens - Facts and Figures.pdf

MIRRIS Workshop 29 October - Anita Tregner Mlinaric - GAP analysis.pdfMIRRIS Workshop 29 October - Anita Tregner Mlinaric - GAP analysis.pdf

MIRRIS Workshop 29 October - Andrea Ferrara - Good Practices.pdfMIRRIS Workshop 29 October - Andrea Ferrara - Good Practices.pdf

MIRRIS Workshop 29 October - Mathieu Doussineau - JRC - Stairway to excellence.pdfMIRRIS Workshop 29 October - Mathieu Doussineau - JRC - Stairway to excellence.pdf

MIRRIS Workshop 29 October - Dimitri Corpakis - DG RTD - Spreading Excellence and Widening Participation.pdfMIRRIS Workshop 29 October - Dimitri Corpakis - DG RTD - Spreading Excellence and Widening Participation.pdf


About MIRRIS

MIRRIS (Mobilizing Institutional Reform for Research and Innovation Systems) is a Coordination and Support Action aiming at identifying the strengths and weaknesses of R&I performance in ERA and Framework Programmes of the EU12 and Croatia and to propose new initiatives to improve participation to Horizon 2020.
 
MIRRIS seeks to promote a high level of participation and funding within the European Research Area and Framework Programmes, by 1) understanding success factors 2) identifying key actions and 3) mobilizing key stakeholders for improving performance and better exploiting H2020 and synergies with structural funds. To achieve this goal MIRRIS will organize 3 rounds of policy dialogue in each target country, promote mutual learning and prepare a road map for implementation.
 
MIRRIS is funded under FP7 Social Sciences and Humanities programme and implemented by a consortium of 12 leading organizations in the field of research and innovation. 
 
 
About META Group – MIRRIS Project Coordinator
 
META Group is an international company fostering knowledge-intensive entrepreneurship at macro & micro scale. META Group addresses policy decision makers committed to improve regional competitiveness; entrepreneurs keen to start up or further develop a venture; researchers, willing to set up their own company.
 
 

For more info about META Group:

META Group

www.meta-group.com

For more info about MIRRIS:

MIRRIS

www.mirris.eu

info@mirris.eu

The research leading to these results has received funding from the European Union Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) under agreement n°320209