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  1. 1. ,fiNJN$TITUTEOF "' 1 INA‘ . .5fU! :'rfEIT} Knowledge and Innovation Communities (KIC5) er -r WHY A DIFFERENT APPROACH TO INNOVATION IN EUROPE? IM at
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  3. 3. I"3.': .': ".E' I 9.0.5954 iI. _IilS T. I TU TE OF . . . .. ILl‘3.I: TEIT) Knowledge and Innovation Communities (KI Cs)
  4. 4. WHY A DIFFERENT APPROACH TO INNOVATION IN EUROPE? DISCOVERY, INVENTION, TRANSLATION & INNOVATION ARE NOT THE SAME THING Excellent i BIKE DI‘! researrh HI! IICIESSE ylf not sufficient ingredients for lnnovu on III of | ‘IIl'IlIIl'l: EIT fuming to with 75% to be alluded lrovn 56 world class innovation pean capacities. 5 imptem t B an a usiless Plan
  5. 5. 1. Discovery: Finding out something not yet known /1
  6. 6. Invention: creating or designing something not existing before /
  7. 7. XV «C Translation: processing discoveries and/ or invention into innovation
  8. 8. 4- Innovation: making changes with societal impact based on discoveries and/ or invention
  9. 9. Excellent science are research are necessary yet not sufficient ingredients for innovation
  10. 10. .'. 'li'. ‘}il. .I'/ .lC': .£. ’l1’r3'i'. l'. ’t7?{': lL.2:>‘ Figure 1: Share ofleading innovators by age cohort max — aux 4 -HT an; I I I Europe Others , 7014 —v T7 — 7 mm 50% } US: approx. 21% ’ ' EU: approx. 2% 20% - m. : ' . ._. ms ‘ - - M4925 19254950 I950-I975 source author's calculations Note: Figure based on a sample or 225 companies. obtained from matching rmns m the FI Global 500 «mm 2007 Will’! me znuz sums Top 1000 EU and non-EU R&D scoreboard companies. Leading in nnvamrs are thus defined hem by their market capitalisation and mu expenditures. The us has so companies in this sample, Europe as and other countries so. New firms set-up in the last 25 years
  11. 11. Figure 1: Share of leading innovators by age cohort Pre-1925 1925-1950 1950-1975 Source: author's calculations. Note: Figure based on a sample of 226 companies, obtained from matching firms in the FT Global 500 from 200? with the 200? EC-IPTS Top 1000 EU and non-EU R&D scoreboard companies. Leading innovators are thus defined both by their market capitalisation and R8<D expenditures. The US has 80 companies in this sample, Europe 86 and other countries 60. New firms set-up in the I . —;— US: approx. 21°/ o EU: approx. 2%
  12. 12. 'I}'. '~f. ' . /.1’ / i.IlFl: ”. ':ii"Z. ~.’ I T ii-'.77' , , ,5.’ ‘, ,( lrlt H. ._l’. ... .’. -r. I I. ... *.l Actors within the knowledge triangle are at the core of the innovation web beyond the traditional collaborative R&D consortia
  13. 13. [L'. '.TF£': .'. ’ I. '.’S TIT l/ T5 Ur’ I. '.'. '.'. $’3C'ETl. ?.'. ’ . £’— '/ '[£'. '.'. '.’. ‘.’l£'. ’:'}’([/ 'I) - EIT was set up in 2008 to unlock the European innovation landscape through a new agenda at EU level. - EIT is the first initiative of the EU bringing together the three sides of the knowledge triangle. - With the entrepreneur in the driver's seat to form the necessary links between higher education, business and research. . : _ EIT ICT Labs
  14. 14. ‘ll 'nnu EUITUPEAN INSTITUTE (IF INNWATIHN & T[£'IIN0l06'l’ (EIT) The EI T's mission is To increase European sustainable growth and competitiveness To reinforce the innovation capacity ofthe EU and its Member States I f To create the entrepreneurs of tomorrow and prepare for the next Innovative breakthrough 5 To become the catalyst for a step change in the European Union's innovation capacity and impact
  15. 15. [lIIilIP[/ III INSTITUTE 0T IIIIIITVATIUN & T[I. 'IIII0l06'l’ (EIT? The EIT’s aim is to approach innovation differently in Europe with emphasis on people 47 pro es? to O W O . ’ O * a>°°“< P <°° nce«§g1 thin:
  16. 16. - highly integrated, creative and excellence- driven autonomous long-term partnerships - internationally distributed but thematically convergent partners - driven by societal challenges and fostering the emergence of entrepreneurs
  17. 17. TIIE IIIl7 Mllflfl -High degree of integration: each KIC is an independent legal entity, gathering world-class KIC partners from the knowledge triangle based on a contractual relationship/ partnership with the EIT. - Long-term strategic approach: each KIC is set up for a minimum of 7 years to eventually become self sustainable. - Sufficient autonomy and flexibility to determine organizational structure and activities governed by a Board of KIC partner organizations. - Effective governance: run by a CEO and a lean management team at central and co-location level. /
  18. 18. TIIE Illl. ’ Irlflllfl - Smart funding & high degree of commitment of partners: EIT funding to KICs is max. 25% of their total budget over time with 75% to be attracted from other sources, both public and private. - The co-location model: each KIC consists of 5-6 world class innovation hotspots building and leveraging on existing European capacities. - Results & high impact oriented activities: KICs implement a Business Plan with measurable de| iverab| e's, results and impact. - Culture: KICs are shaped by strong entrepreneurial mindsets and cultures.
  19. 19. TIIE I'IIiS T 3 lllfls Designated in December 2009 by the EIT Governing Board with their governance and management set up in 2010 Knowledge& ' . , _ A U V _ _ . Innovation e ' e ‘ Community - v c| imate-K| c an ICT Labs Klc Innoenergy
  20. 20. E/ TF1/. ‘.’l}I. ‘.'l7 E 1'01 Uflllll: 2010-201313:/ orago impact and funding sources 450 350 300 250 200 15¢ Eh’ Grant Awarded I KI tners T r‘. N‘ationaI/ Regional/ Private EU n EIT 100 5:? T_Tr. —l e
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  22. 22. ’_ ‘¢‘_, _ " . I‘. _): = l ” Preparation i Mohammad Misliaal Abdul llafi Wafa Fatoli lIniuorsity/ Istanbul

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