20th edition of Triple Helix Conference
The Triple Helix Association together with the University of Florence (Department of Economics and Management) invite you to the 20th edition of Triple Helix Conference “Governing new and traditional partnerships for innovation and development in the post-pandemic world” which will be held from the 27 to the 29 of June 2022 in Florence.
The Covid-19 pandemic has profoundly affected the social, environmental, and economic system of the 21st century at the global level, further exacerbating the societal challenges faced by society in the pre-pandemic era. Climate change, social exclusion and inequality are just a few of the wicked problems that need to be addressed in the near future. The collaboration mechanisms among the actors embedded in innovation ecosystems are crucial to develop novel solutions and reach well-being and sustainability. Universities, private and Public Research Organisations (PROs) and governmental institutions as well as industrial and social organisations must find new governance arrangements and ways of working together to tackle these unprecedent challenges to boost innovation for a sustainable and just development in the post-pandemic world.
The Conference aims at providing an international and multidisciplinary venue for discussing and advancing our understanding of these relations with outstanding scholars, policy makers and practitioners. The Conference will be held in presence at the University of Florence giving the opportunity to explore the beauties of this city as well as to visit the Tuscany region in the heart of Italy. It will be also possible to participate online as this edition of the conference will be organized as a hybrid event, giving participants the opportunity to present and interact from remote.
We encourage submissions of abstracts from academics, practitioners, and policymakers in the following categories within the 31 January 2022:
Research papers: Theoretical and/or empirical research.
Practical Experiences: Practitioners presenting cases of interactions between research, policy, and operative organizations (with emphasis on successes/challenges, good/bad practices, current and future implications for industry and society).
Posters: Visual summaries of Research papers and Practical experiences.
The contributions will be reviewed by the Scientific Committee of the 2022 Triple helix Conference. The selection criteria include the scientific/practical relevance of the proposed paper/case and the fit with one or more of the below mentioned themes. No review comments will be provided.
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The acronym gecko derives from: Improving enGineers’ Employability with multi-Competencies, Knowledge and Opportunities.
The acronym perfectly expresses the goal set by EIC in collaboration with prestigious partner universities, such as:
- Université de Montpellier
- Universidad Nacional de Educacion a Distancia
- Vilnius Gediminas Technical University
- Uppsala Universitet
- Politecnico di Torino
- Xavier University – Ateneo de Cagayan
- University of the Philippines
- Ateneo de Manila University
- Universitas Gadjah Mada
- Institut Teknologie Bandung
- Burapha University
- Ubon Rutchathani University
- Kasetsart University
The method used to achieve the set objectives is to develop training modules in the management field, appropriately adapted to the needs of engineering students and to support training activities for teachers working in Asian countries.
Project coordinator: Alessandra Colombelli