Open Innovation / Open Science





 V Edition


In collaboration with:
AIRI      Associazione NanoItaly 300      Sapienza completa 400

Thanks to the interest arisen by the previous four editions of "Open Innovation and Open Science", the event is again organized during NanoInnovation 2022, thus reaching its fifth edition.

It was decided, for continuity, to maintain the same title, but the contents and aims of the 2021 edition have been revised and reconfigured to keep in due consideration the PNRR scenarios, in terms of sustainability, 'local' re-industrialization, rethinking of globalization policies and new requirements of university and post-graduate training courses.

The policies for the use of resources deriving from the application of Recovery Funds will make the relationship between public and private research even more crucial and strategic, with a focus on the valorization of knowledge which will represent a key factor for a concrete and stable economic recovery.

The ability to identify and exploit network skills and knowledge, to manage rapid and complex cooperative processes, to promote inclusive and multi-stakeholder processes to increase the social impact of innovation, to aggregate multidisciplinary skills and knowledge, are increasingly crucial factors for the success of research and innovation.

In the last years the innovation processes have undergone profound changes. The principles of Open Innovation, as a response to the changes in the competitive, technological, scientific environment and the entire approach to research pursued at a national or supranational level according to the principles of Open Science, demonstrate how much the spaces and places of innovation today require careful consideration of the new forms and organizational mechanisms that permeate the action of public and private actors operating in increasingly dynamic contexts, such as those that are determined by the effect of technological convergence, digital transition and the progressive blurring of the boundaries that once allowed to clearly distinguish the various industrial sectors.

The interweaving of relationships between a multiplicity of actors (private and public companies, government bodies and authorities, public and private research bodies, etc.), giving rise to particularly complex networked systems, determines the generation of new organizational forms with a "hybrid nature" (strategic alliances, partnerships, joint ventures, consortia, temporary entrepreneurial formations, supply chain systems, etc.) which are based on hybrid mechanisms of regulation and management of relations (market, hierarchy, clan, trust), whose understanding and correct application, of a contextual nature with respect to the needs of the various actors participating in the innovative projects, contributes significantly to determining their effectiveness and efficiency.

In such a framework, the current national context is strongly conditioned by the availability of huge financial resources made available by Europe through Next Generation EU and managed through the National Recovery and Resilience Plan (PNRR). At the same time, the international situation demonstrates various structural criticalities, first of all that concerning the supply of electronic devices on a global market but with production concentrated in some geographical areas. This resulted in the adoption of specific development and policy plans (Chips Acts) both by Europe (February 2022) and USA (July 2022).

The 5th edition of Open Innovation and Open Science was therefore divided into 4 sessions, focusing attention on 3 main topics as highlighted below. During these sessions some of the main research organizations, universities and large national companies, SMEs, national professional associations and territorial bodies will discuss models and experiences related to:

  • Policies for the creation and the sustainability of research and technological infrastructures
  • Technology transfer
  • Principles and methods for open science
  • Principles and methods for open innovation
  • Local initiatives and approach towards processes and products integration and sustainability
  • Higher education system: innovation policies and requirements
 September 23
09:00 - 10:30
Innovation Policies for the technological transfer: public-private partnerships

Chair: Mauro GATTI, Sapienza University of Rome
JE.IV.1.1 Pierpaolo GAMBINI
Leonardo Company
Open Innovation and PNRR their role to support new competencies and technologies
Gambini Pierpaolo PPT eceded
JE.IV.1.2 Giuliana MATTIAZZO
Polytechnic University of Turin, VR for the Technology Transfer
Survey of ITEC_pnrr@polito
MATTIAZZO Giuliana PPT eceded
JE.IV.1.3 Corrado SPINELLA
CNR-DSFTM, Director
HPMI - High Performance Microelectronics Infrastructure
SPINELLA Corrado PPT eceded
JE.IV.1.4 Candido Fabrizio PIRRI
Infrastruttura tecnologica di innovazione “Components and Systems for Energy Transition” (CoSyET)
PIRRI Fabrizio 2022 PPT eceded
JE.IV.1.5 Edoardo MOLA
PRAXI Intellectual Property, CEO
Comments on different TTO contexts
MOLA Edoardo 2021 PPT col
JE.IV.1.6 Michele MUCCINI
CNR-ISMN, Director & MISTER Smart Innovation, President
i-MATT - Italian MATerials Technologies Infrastructure
MUCCINI Michele PPT eceded
11:30 - 13:00
Chips Acts: possible driving forces for a technological independence

Chair: Fabrizio FAMÀ, YourGroup
JE.IV.2.1 Roberto Emilio Luigi BEZ
SR Director, NVM Strategic Technology, Italy Country Manager, Micron
Future of Semiconductor Memory
BEZ Roberto PPT eceded
JE.IV.2.2 Corrado SPINELLA
CNR-DSFTM, Director
Perspectives and opportunities of microelectronics developments in Italy: the contribution of scientific research
SPINELLA Corrado PPT eceded
JE.IV.2.3 Pierluigi BELLUTTI
Chips Act at FBK: a strategy for market niches
BELLUTTI Pieluigi 2022 PPT eceded
14:00 - 15:30
Research Ecosystems at the PNRR time: an unique opportunity for the Italian system 

Chair: Ennio CAPRIA, ESRF, Grenoble
JE.IV.3.1 Lorenzo LO CASCIO
Lazio Region, Department of Economic Development, Commerce and Handicraft, University, Research, Start-Up and Innovation
LO CASCIO Lorenzo PPT eceded
JE.IV.3.2 Maria Sabrina SARTO
Sapienza University of Rome
SARTO Maria Sabrina PPT eceded
JE.IV.3.3 Michele MUCCINI
CNR-ISMN, Director & MISTER Smart Innovation, President
ECOSISTER - Ecosystem for Sustainable Transition in Emilia-Romagna
MUCCINI Michele PPT eceded
JE.IV.3.4 Giuliana MATTIAZZO
Polytechnic University of Turin, VR for the Technology Transfer
NODES - Nord Ovest Digitale E Sostenibile - Piemonte
MATTIAZZO Giuliana PPT eceded
JE.IV.3.5 Salvatore BAGLIO
University of Catania
BAGLIO Salvatore PPT eceded

University of Padua
INEST - Interconnected Nord-Est Innovation Ecosystem - Veneto

BONOLLO Franco PPT eceded
16:00 - 17:30
Innovation: how to join the gap between research and industry

Chair: Maria Sabrina SARTO, Sapienza University of Rome
JE.IV.4.1 Nello LI PIRA
STELLANTIS, Materials Sustainabily  Engineering - Global Materials R&I
Evolution in Future Vehicles: an overview on Innovative materials & processes for e-mobility
LI PIRA Nello PPT eceded

Marziale FEUDALE
Thales Alenia Space, Thales Expert - TASI CTO Innovation and Technology Manager
Nanotechnologies in the Innovation of Space Segment

MARZIALE Feudale PPT eceded
JE.IV.4.3 Maria Ilaria PISTELLI
Research Technological Organizations and their role in the Gap among Research and Industry
PISTELLI Maria Ilaria PPT eceded
JE.IV.4.4 Sabrina ZUCCALA'
4ward360°, President
Sustainability and technological innovation thanks to nanotechnologies
ZUCCALA Sabrina PPT eceded
JE.IV.4.5 Cosimo MUSCA
STMicroelectronics,  Deputy Head of Italy Public Affairs
The IPCEI initiative: an innovative approach to reduce the gap between research and industry
MUSCA Cosimo PPT eceded

IIT, Head of Industrial Innovation
From lab to market

TUBERTINI Fabrizio PPT eceded
JE.IV.4.7 Giorgio GRADITI
ENEADept. Energy Technologies and Renewable Energy Sources Director
Green technologies, new energy carriers and R&D drivers to the decarbonising energy system and Closing Remarks
GRADITI Giorgio PPT eceded


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