Technology Forum Campania

Third edition Technology Forum Campania

A platform for discussion and exchange among public and private stakeholders that will focus on the contribution of innovation and research in relaunching Campania and the south of Italy in general.

Third edition: Technology Forum Campania
Third edition of Technology Forum Campania took place in Naples on June 27, 2019.

Thursday, June 27, 2019, 10:00 am – 5:00 pm (registration 9:30 am)

Napoli, UNISOB – Università degli Studi Suor Orsola Benincasa, Sala Angeli (Via Suor Orsola, 10)

Position Paper (Italian version)

Press Release (Italian version)

Presentation by Valerio De Molli (Italian version)

In 2017, The European House – Ambrosetti, in collaboration with the Campania region, launched the Campania Technology Forum, a platform for discussion and debate among public and private stakeholders, whose mission is to “contribute to the creation and acceleration of the development of the Campania research and innovation ecosystem and make Campania the barycenter of new development in the Mediterranean area”.

The second phase of the project’s activity was presented to the public at the forum held in Naples on June 22, 2018. Together with representatives of the business community and institutions, as well as contributions from leading Italian and international experts, the third forum will offer the opportunity to present an up-to-date overview of the results of the year’s work on this regional project, examining more closely the projects and initiatives previously developed, and gleaning the perspectives of the business and financial community and society at-large.

Among the central themes of the forum:

  • the digital transformation of business and the PA in Campania,
  • high-tech and research platforms in the life sciences sector
  • the Open Innovation paradigm

The followiing speakers took part: Roberto Ascione (CEO, Healthware International); Andrea Ballabio (Scientific Director, TIGEM); Attilio Bianchi (Direttore Generale, Istituto Nazionale Tumori – IRCCS Fondazione Pascale); Antonio Caraviello (CEO, Sophia High Tech); Lucio D’Alessandro (Rettore, Università Suor Orsola Benincasa); Lorena Dellagiovanna (Country Manager Italy, Hitachi Europe); Valerio De Molli (Managing Partner & CEO, The European House – Ambrosetti); Valeria Fascione (Assessore alle Startup, Innovazione e Internazionalizzazione, Regione Campania); Mauro Ferrari (President ERC – European Research Council; Advisor scientifico del Technology Forum Campania 2019); Javier Mateo García (Deputy Director of Entrepreneurship, Valencia Activa e VIT Emprende); Salvatore Longobardi (Senior Medical Director, Global Medical Affairs Fertility, Merck KGaA); Patrizia Minnucci (Dirigente, Ufficio V – Internazionalizzazione e promozione delle infrastrutture della ricerca, Direzione Generale della Ricerca e della Innovazione in Sanità, Ministero della Salute); Paolo Netti (Center Director, Center for Advanced Biomaterials for Healthcare@CRIB Napoli); Luigi Nicolais (Presidente, Campania Digital Innovation HUB); Gianluca Postiglione (Direttore Generale, So.Re.Sa.); Ferruccio Resta (Rettore, Politecnico di Milano); Riccardo Sabatini (CEO, Orionis Biosciences); Giancarlo Schisano (General Manager Divisione Aerostrutture, Leonardo); Fabio Tentori (Head of Innovation Hubs and Startup Initiatives, Enel).
We are awaiting confirmation from other Italian and international speakers.

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