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NTNU and SINTEF in cooperation with the Research Council: 

Kick-off for Horizon 2020 Industrial Leadership and Societal Challenges 2018 – 2020 Work Programmes

Time and place #

Time: 16 October 11:30 – 17:00
Place: Kunnskapssenteret, St. Olavs Hospital/NTNU Øya Campus, Olav Kyrres gate 10 (map)

Download programme and list of participants #

Programme: Kick-off for Horizon 2020 (pdf)

List of participants: Kick-off for Horizon 2020 (pdf)

Programme #

  • 11:30 – 12:30   Networking and light lunch
  • 12:30 – 13:15   Opening, chaired by Rector Gunnar Bovim, NTNU and CEO Alexandra Bech Gjørv, SINTEF with introduction from International Director Kristin Danielsen, Research Council
  • 13:30 – 16:00   Parallel workshops for individual Horizon 2020 Programmes. See programmes for the workshops below.
  • 16:15 – 17:00   Report from the parallel workshops, chaired by Rector Gunnar Bovim and CEO Alexandra Bech Gjørv, SINTEF

Registration #

Deadline for registration is Friday 6 October.

 Register here

Spaces are limited. Registration is on a first come, first served basis.

About the event #

New opportunities for cutting edge, innovative, impact based collaborative research are now opening. Horizon 2020 is in its last years, and the final Work Programmes will shortly become official. Get a head start; the draft Work Programmes for 2018 – 2020 are available at Innsida.

The kick-off will focus on topics in the 2018 – 2020 Work Programmes that researchers at NTNU and SINTEF are interested in. This is a unique opportunity to discuss your research ideas in light of the upcoming opportunities in Horizon 2020 with both Research Council and local resource persons present.

The kick-off will be organized in parallel workshops covering individual programmes and priority themes in Horizon 2020. NTNU and SINTEF researchers and research groups are invited to indicate in the registration the topics in the upcoming Work Programmes that are of interest. In the parallel workshops the discussion will be centred abound how to address these topics.

The aim of the parallel workshops is to identify a number of topics in the draft work programmes with deadlines in 2018 and 2019 that NTNU researchers and research groups will apply for, either alone (with European partners) or together with SINTEF. The researchers and groups who decide to participate and thus contribute in the workshop will gain priority access to NTNU’s support mechanisms for EU-funded research.

Please note: Workshops for the programmes under the H2020 Excellence Pillar will be organized separately (European Research Council, Marie Sklodowska Curie Action, Research Infrastructure, and Future and Emerging Technologies).

Note that workshops for the programmes under the H2020 Excellence Pillar will be organized separately (European Research Council, Marie Sklodowska Curie Action, Research Infrastructure, and Future and Emerging Technologies). 

Please see programmes for individual workshops and get access to the draft work programmes:

1. Nanotechnologies, Advanced Materials, Advanced Manufacturing and Processing
2. Biotechnology and Food  
3. Information and Communication Technologies
4. Health, demographic change and wellbeing
5. Climate Action, Environment, Resource Efficiency and Raw Materials
6. Secure, clean and efficient energy 
7. Smart, green and integrated transport
8. Inclusive, innovative and reflective societies 
9. Secure societies

Parallel workshops, 13:30 - 16:00  #

1 Nanotechnologies, Advanced Materials, Advanced Manufacturing and Processing #

Link to draft work programme

Chair: Professor Monica Rolfsen, Dean, Faculty of Economics, NTNU

Co-Chairs: Pro-Dean for Research Tor Grande, Faculty of Natural Sciences, NTNU, Vice President EU Research & Innovation Stian Nygaard, SINTEF Materials and Chemistry and Research Director Odd Myklebust, SINTEF Raufoss Manufacturing AS

Resource persons: National Contact Points Tor Einar Johnsen and Cecilie Anita Mathiesen from the Research Council, Head of Research Administration Astrid Vigtil, IV Faculty NTNU and NTNU EU Adviser Bjørn Steinar Tanem

Venue: Laboratoriesenteret, 4th Floor, Room LS41

Programme: 

  • Welcome and aim of the workshop / Chair
  • Short self-presentation of workshop participants
  • Experiences from participation in the Horizon 2020 Nanotechnologies, Advanced Materials, Advanced Manufacturing and Processing Programmes / Professor Magnus Rønning, NTNU, Senior Research Scientist Martin Bellmann, SINTEF Materials and Chemistry and Senior Research Scientist Hans Yngvar Torvatn, SINTEF Technology and Society
  • About the Horizon 2020 Nanotechnologies, Advanced Materials, Advanced Manufacturing and Processing 2018 – 2020 Work Programme priorities/ NCP Tor Einar Johnsen, Research Council
  • Presentation of topics the participants have indicated an interest in/Chair
  • Discussion on how to address the identified topics
  • Summing up of the workshop and further steps/Chair

2 Biotechnology and Food   #

Link to draft work programmes

Chairs: Professor Trygve Brautaset, NTNU and Vice President Trond Erling Ellingsen, SINTEF Materials and Chemistry 

Resource persons: National Contact Points Øystein Rønning and Inderjit Singh Marjara from the Research Council and NTNU EU Adviser Johanne Arff

Venue: Norwegian Brain Center, 2nd Floor, Room MTKR1

Programme: 

  • Welcome and aim of the workshop / Chairs
  • Short self-presentation of workshop participants
  • Experiences from participation in the Horizon 2020 Biotechnology and Food Programmes /Adjunct Associate Professor Rahmi Lale, NTNU, Senior Research Scientist Alexander Wentzel, SINTEF Materials and Chemistry and Professor Trygve Brautaset, NTNU
  • About the Horizon 2020 Biotechnology and Food 2018 – 2020 Work Programme priorities / NCPs Øystein Rønning and Inderjit Singh Marjara, Research Council
  • Presentation of topics the participants have indicated an interest in/NCPs Øystein Rønning and Inderjit Singh Marjara, Research Council
  • Discussion on how to address the identified topics
  • Summing up of the workshop and further steps / Chairs

3 Information and Communication Technologies #

Link to draft work programme

Chairs: Director NTNU Digital Professor Torbjørn Svendsen and Research Director SINTEF Digital Trond Hagen

Resource persons: National Contact Point Kim Davis from the Research Council and NTNU EU Adviser Sina Therese Blix Prestmo

Venue: Bevegelsesenteret, 4th Floor, Room LM41

Programme: 

  • Welcome and aim of the workshop / Chairs
  • Short self-presentation of workshop participants
  • Experiences from participation in the Horizon 2020 Information and Communication Technologies Programme/Professor Magnus Jahre, NTNU and Senior Scientist Jens T. Thieleman, SINTEF Digital
  • Research Manager Till Christopher Lech, SINTEF Digital: Building strategic project portfolios
  • About the Horizon 2020 Information and Communication Technologies 2018 – 2020 Work Programme priorities / NCP Kim Davis, Research Council
  • Presentation of topics the participants have indicated an interest in / Chairs
  • Discussion on how to address the identified topics
  • Summing up of the workshop and further steps /Chairs

4 Health, demographic change and wellbeing #

Link to draft work programme

Chairs: Professor Jorunn Helbostad, Faculty of Medicine and Health and NTNU and Research Manager Stine H. Braathen, SINTEF Technology and Society

Resource persons: National Contact Points Kristin Andersen and Benedicte Sognefest from the Research Council, NTNU EU Adviser Emma Walton and NTNU Local Contact Point for Health Yngve Sommervoll  

Venue: Kunnskapssenteret, Auditorium KA11

Programme: 

  • Welcome and aim of the workshop / Chairs
  • Short self-presentation of workshop participants
  • Experiences from participation in the Horizon 2020 Health, demographic change and wellbeing programme / Professor Beatrix Vereijken, NTNU / Stine H. Braathen, SINTEF
  • About the Horizon 2020 Health, demographic change and wellbeing 2018 – 2020 Work Programme priorities / NCPs Kristin Andersen and Benedicte Sognefest, Research Council
  • Presentation of topics the participants have indicated an interest in / Chairs
  • Discussion on how to address the identified topics
  • Summing up of the workshop and further steps / Chairs

5 Climate Action, Environment, Resource Efficiency and Raw Materials #

Link to draft work programme

Chairs: Professor Gabriella Tranell, Department of Material Science, NTNU and Vice President Nina Dahl, SINTEF Materials and Chemistry 

Resource persons: National Contact Point Ingunn Borlaug Lid from the Research Council and NTNU Senior Adviser Øyvin Sæther 

Venue: Bevegelsessenteret, 4th Floor, Room BS41

Programme: 

  • Welcome and aim of the workshop / Chairs
  • Short self-presentation of workshop participants
  • Experiences from participation in the Horizon 2020 Climate Action, Environment, Resource Efficiency and Raw Materials programme, Professor Eivin Røskaft, NTNU and Research Manager Egil Skybakmoen, SINTEF Materials and Chemistry
  • About the Horizon 2020 Climate Action, Environment, Resource Efficiency and Raw Materials 2018 – 2020 Work Programme priorities / NCP Ingunn Borlaug Lid, Research Council
  • Presentation of topics the participants have indicated an interest in / Chairs
  • Discussion on how to address the identified topics
  • Summing up of the workshop and further steps / Chairs

6 Secure, clean and efficient energy  #

Link to draft work programme

Chairs: Head of NTNU Brussels Office Massimo Busuoli and Senior Scientist Berta Matas Güell, SINTEF Energy Research

Resource persons: National Contact Point Marianne Haavardsholm Andal from the Research Council and Tor Ivar Eikaas, Head of the Research Council Office in Brussels, NTNU Local Contact Point for Energy Eleni Patanou and NTNU EU Adviser Håvard Wibe

Venue: Norwegian Brain Center, 2nd Floor, Room MTS21

Programme: 

  • Welcome and aim of the workshop / Chairs
  • Short self-presentation of workshop participants
  • Experiences from participation in the Horizon 2020 Secure, clean and efficient energy programme, Senior Scientist Berta Matas Güell, SINTEF Energy Research
  • About the Horizon 2020 Secure, clean and efficient energy  2018 – 2020 Work Programme priorities / NCP Tor Ivar Eikaas, Research Council
  • Presentation of topics the participants have indicated an interest in/Chairs
  • Discussion on how to address the identified topics
  • Summing up of the workshop and further steps/Chairs 

7 Smart, green and integrated transport #

Link to draft work programme

Chairs: Professor Sverre Steen, Head of Department of Marine Technology and Professor Carl Thodesen, Head of Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering 

Resource persons: National Contact Point Stefan Gundersen from the Research Council, NTNU Local Contact Point for Oceans Anastasios Lekkas and EU Adviser Thomas Aarnseth

Venue: Laboratoriesenteret, 2nd Floor, Room LM22

Programme: 

  • Welcome and aim of the workshop / Chairs
  • Short self-presentation of workshop participants
  • Experiences from participation in the Horizon 2020 Smart, green and integrated transport programme
  • About the Horizon 2020 Smart, green and integrated transport 2018 – 2020 Work Programme priorities / NCP Stefan Gundersen, Research Council
  • Presentation of topics the participants have indicated an interest in / Chairs
  • Discussion on how to address the identified topics
  • Summing up of the workshop and further steps / Chairs 

8 Inclusive, innovative and reflective societies  #

Link to draft work programme 

Chairs: Professor Bjørn Myskja, Pro-Dean for Research, Faculty of Humanities and Professor Karoline Daugstad, Pro-Dean for Research, Faculty of Social and Educational Sciences

Resource persons: National Contact Point Øydis Hagen from the Research Council, NTNU Local Contact Point for Social Science and Humanities Hilde Røysland, NTNU EU Adviser Chamila Attanapola

Venue: Nevro Øst, Ground Floor, Room NSU2

Programme: 

  • Welcome and aim of the workshop / Chairs
  • Short self-presentation of workshop participants
  • About the Horizon 2020 Inclusive, innovative and reflective societies 2018 – 2020 Work Programme priorities / NCP Øydis Hagen, Research Council
  • Experiences from participation in the Horizon 2020 Inclusive, innovative and reflective societies programme / Professor Annemie Wyckmans, Department of Architecture and Planning, NTNU
  • Presentation and discussion of topics the participants have indicated an interest in / Chairs
  • Summing up of the workshop and further steps/Chairs

9 Secure societies #

Link to draft work programme 

Chairs: Associate Professor Nils Kalstad Svendsen, Head of Department of Information Security and Communication Technology, NTNU and Senior Research Scientist Ivonne Andrade Herera, SINTEF Digital

Resource persons: National Contact Point Berit Tjørhom from the Research Council and NTNU EU Adviser Ida Kallmyr Lerheim 

Venue: Bevegelsesenteret, 3rd Floor, Room BM35

Programme: 

  • Welcome and aim of the workshop Chairs
  • Short self-presentation of workshop participants
  • Experiences from participation in the Horizon 2020 Secure Societies Programme / Professor Katrin Franke, NTNU and Senior Research Scientist Ivonne Andrade Herrera, SINTEF Digital  
  • About the Horizon 2020 Secure Societies 2018 – 2020 Work Programme priorities / NCP Berit Tjørhom, Research Council
  • Presentation of topics the participants have indicated an interest in/Chairs
  • Discussion on how to address the identified topics
  • Summing up of the workshop and further steps/Chairs
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