Esta conferência 100% digital, orientada para uma audiência de líderes empresariais, decisores políticos, académicos e estudantes, antecipará e debaterá a possibilidade do conceito ainda difuso de “Renascimento Industrial” da Europa como um processo de mudança acelerada cujas forças assentam na geopolítica e globalização, tecnologias da 4.a revolução industrial, metas políticas ambiciosas de transição ecológica, e que tem o sector industrial como o núcleo essencial numa economia competitiva e ecológica. Os efeitos do processo de Renascimento Industrial da Europa transcendem os sectores da indústria transformadora, esta mesma em profunda transformação, e estendem-se por toda a economia e sociedade.
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A COTEC Portugal uma rede centrada na promoção dos processos de inovação, cooperação empresarial e difusão de tecnologia em desenvolvimento. A COTEC tem uma posição privilegiada para desenvolver a colaboração entre entidades do sector privado e público envolvidas no ecossistema da inovação. A rede de empresas da COTEC engloba Multinacionais, grandes grupos nacionais e PME, que operam na maioria dos sectores de actividade, e cujo valor acrescentado bruto representa mais de 16% do PIB nacional e 8% do emprego privado.
Anna Thum-Thysen is an Economist at the Economics Department of the European Commission (DG ECFIN). She works on issues related to human capital, innovation, productivity, labour, mark-ups and business cycle dynamics. She holds a Phd in economics from the European University Institute (EUI) and in the past she held positions at the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) in Brussels, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), the European Centre for Advanced Research on Economics and Statistics (ECARES) at the Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB) and the New Zealand Institute for Economic Research (NZIER). Her work is published in peer-reviewed journals and combines in-depth analysis with policy relevance.
Arno Meerman is the founder and CEO of the University Industry Innovation Network, a leading network that conducts research, provides events and training, and consults government, universities and industry on university-industry interaction. For close to a decade Arno has been actively working with the European Commission, European Institute for Innovation and Technology, and other government bodies towards professionalisation of university-industry relationships, entrepreneurial universities and partnerships. He has led a number of UIINs research and development projects on innovation alliances, entrepreneurial education, and university-business cooperation. Some of Arno’s recent publications are around the State of University-Business Cooperation in Europe and the Future of Universities Thoughtbook, the Global, Australian and North American edition.
George Chryssolouris is Professor and was the Chairman, between 2003 and 2007, of the Department of Mechanical Engineering and Aeronautics / Laboratory for Manufacturing Systems and Automation (LMS) / University of Patras / Greece.
He was, for 2006-2007, the President of CIRP, the Paris based leading International Academy for Production Engineering.
He is a member of the High Level Group of the European Technology Platform on Manufacturing (Manufuture) and founder / honorary member of the BoD of the European Factories of the Future Research Association (EFFRA).
He is the coordinator of the newly (2018) established Innovation community EIT Manufacturing.
Professor Chryssolouris was Chief Executive Officer of OTE, the national Greek telecom operator, and member of its board of directors (1996-1999).
Professor Chryssolouris worked at MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) in the USA between 1980 and 1993. He led a research group for the development of information systems and automation for industrial applications. He taught at MIT undergraduate and graduate level subjects related to manufacturing, systems, design and automation.
He worked (1976-1980) as a research associate at the Institute of Manufacturing Technology and Machine Tools at the University of Hannover in Germany.
Professor Chryssolouris has more than 400 publications in international scientific journals and refereed conferences. He is the author of two books published by Springer Verlag.
He was granted the Frederick W. Taylor Research Medal by SME (2001) for his outstanding contributions to manufacturing research. He was also the recipient of SME/s Young Outstanding Manufacturing Engineer Award (1986).
Jacques Kruse Brandao is Global Head of Advocacy at SGS Digital Trust Services. Jacques is in the identification industry for more than 18y. Today Jacques advocates our partners on how to generate trust into products and services in the hyper-connected world explaining the related needs for Security and Privacy and available solutions to test, validate and certify products, services and systems. Before Jacques was in charge of Business Development and Advocacy for Emerging businesses in the field of Cyber Security in the Internet of Things focusing on ‘Connected Systems’ like Smart Grid, Smart Buildings, Smart Home, Industry 4.0, Smart Mobility incl. UAV from a secure semiconductor perspective. <br><br>Jacques is continuously contributing in several cybersecurity initiatives and associations like ECSO, Charter of Trust, TIC-Council, AIOTI, EUROSMART, a.o.. His patience is to generate trust for a smarter connected world.
Janos Schmied has been working since 2007 at the European Commission. He worked on different projects such as the Enterprise Europe Network, the Your Europe portal. He managed three structural funds programs in Germany for five years and since 2017 he has been working on the innovation related services of the Enterprise Europe Network.
At PatentSight since 2016, first as Consultant, later in the Sales & Business Development Team.
Miguel Pinto is Managing Director of Continental Advanced Antenna Portugal (formerly Kathrein Automotive Portugal), one of the world’s leading specialists and manufacturers of vehicle antennas, located in Vila Real. His professional activity has been linked to several multinationals in sectors such as renewable energy and automotive industry, with positions of Quality Management and Industrial Management.
Miguel Pinto has a Degree in Engineering and Industrial Management from the Lusíada University of Porto. With various academic backgrounds, including an MBA from Catholic University and Executive Education at Harvard, Warton School, and Kellog School of Management, Miguel Pinto is also a Visiting Professor at UTAD – the University of Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro.
Oscar Gaspar. Vagos, 21.5.1969
Licenciado em Economia (FEP)
Trabalhou no MillenniumBCP. Administrador da Metro-Mondego. Assessor Económico do PM (2005-2009). Secretário de Estado da Saúde (2009-11). Foi assessor económico do SG PS. Diretor da MSD.
É Presidente da Associação Portuguesa de Hospitalização Privada.
Vice Presidente Comissão Executiva da CIP. Vice Presidente do Conselho Estratégico Nac Saúde da CIP e board da UEHP. Membro dos Conselhos Nac de Saúde e Saúde Pública, dos Conselhos Consultivos da Fac Farmácia da UL e do IHMT.
Oscar Gaspar is a 51-year-old economist.
He has a Degree in Economics and a Postgraduate Degree in Public Management. He began his professional activity in investment and commercial banking.
Mr. Gaspar served as Economic Adviser to the Prime Minister from 2005 to 2009 and Secretary of State for Health from 2009 to 2011. For two years and until August 2016, he was External Affairs Director of Merck Sharp & Dohme – Portugal.
Oscar Gaspar is now the President of the Portuguese Association of Private Hospitals (APHP) and member of the board of UEHP – European Union of Private Hospitals.
He is member of the board of CIP – Confederation of Portuguese Industry.
He is member of the Public Health National Council, of the Advisory Council of the Institute of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and of the Pharmacy Faculty of Lisbon Strategic Council.
Patrick Meinhardt, born in Baden-Baden in 1966. Since 2014 Patrick Meinhardt has been working in BVMW and has had different positions here.
He has started his journey in the Association as a Federal Director of Politics. Currently he is a Director of European Politics, Chairman of the BVMW – Foundation for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises, Vice-President of European Entrepreneurs CEA PME and Secretary General of the Bildungsallianz des Mittelstands (Education Alliance of the German Mittelstand).
Patrick Meinhardt was from 2005 to 2013 a member of the FDP faction in the German Bundestag.
He was a member of the group’s executive committee, educational spokesman and chairman of the working group Innovation, Society and Culture. In addition, he headed the parliamentary group East Africa and was Deputy Chairman of the Central Asian Parliamentary Group.
CEO of Super Bock Group since 2015 and was previously Vice President between 2013 and 2015, and CFO between 2006 and 2015. Member of the Executive Committee of Vista Alegre Atlantis between 2004 and 2006, responsible for the administrative-financial area.
In this context, he was responsible for negotiating the restructuring of the group’s debt with the banking system.
Formerly a BPI employee since 1986, where he worked in several areas, namely Corporate Finance, Corporate Banking and Venture Capital where he led Inter-Risco, Venture Capital Society for 6 years.
Rui Lopes Ferreira has a degree in Economics from the Faculty of Economics of the University of Porto.
He attended the Advanced Managers Program at INSEAD, as well as the Senior Executive Leadership Program at Harvard Business School.
He is the head of the Managerial Engineering Research Group at University of Catania. He is Editor in chief of the Journal of Public Procurement. He was Editor in chief of the Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management from 2010 to 2015. He was President of IPSERA in the period 2009-2012 and founder member of EDSI in 2010. His research interests are in public procurement, analysis of intangibles in public service organizations, suppliers’ performances evaluation, behavioural operations. He has published in leading journals as British Journal of Management, International Journal of Production Economics, International Journal of Production & Operations Management, Social Science & Medicine, European Journal of Operational Research, Journal of World Business.