Digitalized industry – a workshop in two parts focusing on Opportunities in Horizon Europe and Insights into industrial challenges
Time: Tue 2021-11-09 09.00 - 16.00
Location: On site at Digital Futures Hub, Osquars Backe 5, floor 2, KTH Campus. Zoom participation possible.
You are cordially invited to join this workshop in two parts. The preliminary aim is a physical meeting at KTH, with a fallback as a hybrid/on-line meeting. The physical venue takes 30 people.
Lunch will be served for those registered for the physical meeting.
In the first workshop part, the focus is on opportunities in Horizon Europe, the continuation of the H2020 EU program, which recently started. The program is very large with many different parts.
We here focus on dissemination and discussing concrete calls and opportunities in the area most relevant for Digitalized industry.
Another focus will be on best practices and how KTH can support proposal efforts. Bring your questions and ideas!
In the second part, a couple of industrial organizations will be sharing insights from their industrial roadmaps. We will also come back to the Horizon Europe and partnership program opportunities, and open up for a discussion regarding the industrial needs and project proposal opportunities.
The workshop is particularly directed towards new and young KTH faculty, but also open to all interested.
Preliminary agenda part 1 – Insights into Horizon Europe
09.00 – 11.30
09.00 Short introduction, Martin Törngren
09.05 Overview and opportunities: Horizon Europe, Cluster 4 (Digital, industry and space) and related partnership programs, Lars Gustafsson, Vinnova
09.50 Panel debate - Key take aways and experiences from European research projects: Panel discussion with representatives from industry and KTH, Mikael Östling – KTH, Magnus Isaksson - RTE, large companies – currently tentatively with ABB and Ericsson
The topic is intended to inspire and provide experiences regarding what to think about when initiating (going for) an EU research project and how to implement it.
Strengthening Swedish participation and collaboration in the context of EU research is also another important concern.
10.55 – 11.20 How KTH can support proposers, Anna Raask, KTH Research Support Office
11.20 - 11.30 Workshop wrap up, concluding discussion
Preliminary agenda part 2 – Insights into industrial challenges
12.00 – 16.00
12.00-13.00 Starting with lunch for those registered for it
13.15 Introduction – industrial needs and challenges in the area of Industrial digitalization
13.20-15.00 Insights from industry and sharing (of parts of) industrial roadmaps – industry presentations, preliminary list of companies: ABB, Atlas Copco and Ericsson
15.00-15.30 Complementary insights from various research agendas and roadmaps, KTH Monica Bellgran and Martin Törngren
15.30-16.00 Workshop wrap up, concluding discussion
For questions you are welcome to contact Martin Törngren