The Potential Role of Regions in the Development of European Research Infrastructures: The Example of the European Marine Biological Resources Centre (EMBRC)
29 March 2012 (13.30-18.30)
13.30-13.45 Introductory statements by Waddah SAAB (European Commission, DG RTD) and Damien PÉRISSÉ (CPMR)
13.45-14.10 Research infrastructures and Structural funds in 2014-2020/ EU strategy for marine and maritime research / ESFRI / EMBRC, by Dimitri CORPAKIS, Waddah SAAB, Jean-Emmanuel FAURE (European Commission, DG RTD)
14.10-14.30 Structural Funds / Research Infrastructures and Innovation: The perspective of a maritime cluster followed by a focus on EMBRC, by Anders CARLBERG (Region Västra Götaland)
SESSION 2: EMBRC AS A DISTRIBUTED INFRASTRUCTURE IN A REGIONAL CONTEXT
14.30-14.50 Presentation of the EMBRC infrastructure, by Bernard KLOAREG, and Wiebe KOOISTRA (EMBRC representative)
14.50-15.10 Presentation of IMARE, Institute for Marine Resources by Wiebe KOOISTRA (EMBRC representative)
SESSION 3: FOCUS AT REGIONAL LEVEL
15.50-16.10 Vincent DUFOUR Region Languedoc Roussillon: Structural funds and research &
innovation strategy / how does a project like EMBRC fit in it?
EMBRC partner (Philippe LEBARON): Quick reaction followed by short discussion
16.10-16.30 Jose MOLARES VILLA Region Galicia: Structural funds and research & innovation
strategy / how does a project like EMBRC fit in it?
16.30-16.50 Annie AUDIC Region Bretagne: Structural funds and research & innovation strategy /
how does a project like EMBRC fit in it?
EMBRC partner (Bernard KLOAREG): Quick reaction followed by short discussion
16.50-18.30 General discussion with all participants on EMBRC needs and possible support from regions / structural funds: opportunities and obstacles, discussion moderated by the CPMR and European Commission