Matchmaking Event on Horizon Europe Cluster 2: Culture, Creativity and Inclusive Society
Matchmaking Event on Horizon Europe Cluster 2:
Culture, Creativity and Inclusive Society
11 May 2021 I 09:00 - 14:00
Online via WebEx
The Slovenian Business & Research Association (SBRA), the European Office of Cyprus – Brussels Office, NCBR Office in Brussels – Business & Science Poland, Eötvös Loránd University, and the National Research, Development and Innovation Office in Hungary would like to invite you to participate in a virtual Matchmaking Event on Horizon Europe Cluster 2: Culture, Creativity and Inclusive Society in Horizon Europe.
This virtual matchmaking event will be focused on the research and innovation communities of Cyprus, Greece, Poland, Slovenia and Hungary. The goal of the event is to build a platform for everyone to share their ideas, and find partners for future consortia in Horizon Europe Calls; with a particular focus on Cluster 2, under destination 2: Innovative Research on the European Cultural Heritage and the Culture and Creative Industries.
During the first part of the event, Cluster 2 of Horizon Europe will be presented alongside the upcoming Knowledge and Innovation Community of the European Institute of Innovation & Technology, which focuses on cultural and creative sectors and industries.
The second part is dedicated to participants pitching presentations on specific topics within Horizon Europe Cluster 2 calls. Participants are invited to present their interest in certain topics as well as their project ideas to other business/research/social partners.
The deadline for registration is May 6th, 2021.
Presentations are available below (in chronological order):
Keynote presentation: Culture, Creativity and Inclusive Society in Horizon Europe: Main challenges and opportunities . An overview of Cluster 2
The future EIT Cultural & Creative Industries
Key elements of a successful proposal
1. Green technologies and materials for cultural heritage
2. New ways of participatory management and sustainable financing of museums and other cultural institutions
- Adam Jagiello-Rusilowski - Poland, INNOCAMP PL
- Nikos Frangakis - Greece, Clio Muse Tours
- Diana Zavala Rojas - Universtitat Pompeu Fabra
3. Cultural and creative industries as a driver of innovation and competitiveness
- Irina E. Toien - Norway, The Norwegian Business School (BI)
- Viktória Nagy - Magyarország, Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Informatics
- Zbigniew Ledwoń - Poland, Orbital Knight Sp. z o. o.
- Krzysztof Gubański - Gubanski Institute of Urban and Regional Development
- Sébastien Carnac - France, AQUITAINE CULTURE
- Ales Pevc - Technology Park Lubljana
4. Preserving and enhancing cultural heritage with advanced digital technologies
- Eleni A. Kyza - Cyprus, Cyprus University of Technology
- Monika Paule - Lithuania, Paulai Tech
- Lamberto Tronchin - Italy,University of Bologna
- Robert Peter - Magyarország, University of Szeged
- Eryk Bunsch - Poland, Museum of King Jan III's Palace at Wilanów
- Marcos X. Álvarez Cid - Norwegian, The Norwegian Colour and Visual Computing Laboratory
5. Coordination of European cultural heritage research and innovation among Member States and others topics
- Sylwester Zagulski - Poland, Elbląg University of Humanities and Economics (EUH-E)
- Barbara Czechmeszyńska-Skowron - Poland, Fundacja Pokolenia Pokoloenio
- Mimi Urbanc - Slovenia, Research Centre of Slovenian Academy of Science and Arts
- Jarosław Jura - Poland, Institute for Socio-Economic Enquiry
- Barbara Gawronska-Nowak - Poland, Institute of Urban and Regional Development
- Veronika Böröndy - Hungary,Association of Hungarian Folk Artist