Forum Future Europe brings together national academies of sciences and arts, leading higher education institutions, research and innovation organisations, and invited experts from the EU13 countries and from Germany with decision-makers from the European Parliament, EU Member States, the European Commission and the EU Council Presidency.
Keynote speech – Future Europe: Visualisation and Construction
The keynote gives a political message on the future scenarios for the EU and the European continent, considering current and future challenges. Keynote followed by a moderated discussion.
Plenary debate – Europe 2050: How Can Education, Science and Innovation Contribute?
The panel discusses the ways in which education, science and innovation can contribute on the joint path towards a successful Europe 2050, following the motto “Shaping Europe with Science”. Input statements and open discussion.
Panel discussion – Future European Research Area: What Policy Mix for Best Results?
The panel discusses the “best recipes” for a successful research policy in Europe, focusing on the new Framework Programme Horizon Europe and on approaches to overcome disparities in the European Research Area. An outline of key messages from the scientific community to policy makers precedes the panel discussion.
09.45-10.00 Introductory statements
10.00-10.45 Keynote speech
Future Europe: Visualisation and Construction
10.45-12.30 Plenary debate
Europe 2050: How Can Education, Science and Innovation Contribute?
Moderator: Laura Greenhalgh
Policy editor science & technology, Politico Europe
13.15-15.15 Panel discussion
Future European Research Area: What Policy Mix for Best Results?
Moderator: Quirin Schiermeier
Germany and Eastern Europe correspondent, Nature
Leibniz Association, Headquarters Berlin
Jointly organized by the Leibniz Association and the German National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina.
You are welcomed to register until 8 February 2019 via e-mail to veranstaltungen(at)leibniz-gemeinschaft.de.