THE WAY AHEAD: A DISCUSSION WITH THE EXPERTS
When? Friday from 13:30 to 14:30
In our last session before closing we interact with experts from the field to discover future possible collaborations with ENoLL, based on the new strategy presented
Head of the Joint Research Centre's Competence Centre on Technology Transfer
Alessandro FazioHead of the Joint Research Centre's Competence Centre on Technology Transfer
Alessandro Fazio is Head of the Joint Research Centre's Competence Centre on Technology Transfer. He started his career in investment banking with Deutsche Bank and Merrill Lynch. Between 2004 and 2011 Alessandro spent a number of years working in consulting and the early stage investment sector and was exposed to a wide variety of technologies and industries. Alessandro has a keen interest in technology transfer and in how to support the growth and expansion of innovation eco-systems using a holistic approach covering capacity building, financing and infrastructure investment.
Yves Van Seters
University Relations Belgium & Luxembourg, IBM Research
Yves Van SetersUniversity Relations Belgium & Luxembourg, IBM Research
Yves Van Seters, University Relations Belgium & Luxembourg, IBM Research Freshly graduated as a historian, Yves rolled into technology and innovation by accident. A quarter century in the IT-industry fueled his love for technology and innovation. Acquired by IBM in 2007, he held international roles in communications, marketing, and business development. He connects the dots between people and technology, resulting in a bunch of wonderful stories he loves to share. Always on the lookout for innovation that matters to the world, he decided to go directly to the source and in 2021 joined IBM Research as University Relations for Belgium and Luxembourg.
Founder, Australian Network of Living Labs
Gareth PridayFounder, Australian Network of Living Labs
Gareth Priday is the founder of the Australian Network of Living Labs and is a consultant with the Future Self and Design Living Lab. (FSDLL). He is a cocreator of the “It’s to create” with cards. Gareth is also well versed at running virtual workshops including an ongoing series of 15 workshops for 13 Pacific Island countries and their agencies, ‘our futures’ game (global audience) workshops with the participatory futures global swarm, workshop for the UN futures literacy summit and workshops with several of the FDSLL clients in 2020.