The Estonian Research Agency, in cooperation with its partners, invites to participate in a webinar introducing the opportunities and application rounds of the Innovation Communities (KICs) of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) on January 25 from 2 pm to 4 pm. An overview of the activities of RIS HUBs located in Estonia related to KICs is also provided.
The target group of the seminar is start-ups and start-ups, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), universities, research centers, students.
The webinar will take place in Zoom. The registration can be done to the event on this page: EIT KIC-de võimalusi tutvustav veebiseminar – Sihtasutus Eesti Teadusagentuur (etag.ee) The participation link will be sent to those who have registered the night before the event. Please register no later than January 24th.
• EIT Climate-KIC – Erki Ani (Cleantech ForEst)
• EIT Digital – Janno Viiding (EIT Digital)
• EIT Food – Eleri Seer (Tartu BT Park)
• EIT Raw Materials – Veiko Karu (TUT)
• EIT Health – Marie Külvik (Tartu BT Park)
• EIT Manufacturing – Friedrich Kaasik (UT)
• EIT Urban Mobility – Vallo Mulk (UT)
The seminar will be moderated by Margit Ilves (ETAg) and Marko Rillo (CreaWity)
The European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) is a unique body in the European Union that fosters innovation across Europe, integrating business, education and research to find solutions to global challenges. The Institute is part of the European Union’s Horizon Research and Innovation Framework Program. The EIT supports long-term partnerships, pan-European Innovation Communities (KICs), which mainly involve research and higher education institutions and enterprises, as well as other stakeholders. Different KICs are looking for solutions to a specific problem, such as climate change, sustainable energy, scarcity of raw materials, healthy lifestyles and food, and more. KICs support the emergence of new businesses, the development of new products and services, the development of a new generation of entrepreneurs – the entrepreneurship of students through the creation of innovative curricula and other activities. In 2022, there will be eight sectoral KICs. RIS HUBs of sectoral KICs operate in Estonia, the aim of which is, among other things, to improve the representation of Estonian organizations in KICs.
Read about the “European Horizon” measures to support the European innovation landscape here.
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