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Smart Specialization preparation in Lithuania and Baltic States cooperation. The Way Forward. Dr Albertas Smart Specialization preparation in Lithuania and Baltic States cooperation. The Way Forward. Dr Albertas Žalys Director of Higher Education, Science and Technology Department Brussels 2 October 2013

Why Smart Specialization? • Cohesion Funds 2007 -2013 – 86 billion € for innovation Why Smart Specialization? • Cohesion Funds 2007 -2013 – 86 billion € for innovation - IMPACT? • • Lack of inter-institutional coordination Regions invest in „fashionable“ areas, great overlap No critical mass Funding for R&I capacity building, lack of concentration on results • Economical crisis: a) greater orientation towards efficiency; b) need to strengthen economic competitiveness • Transformation requires resource concentration • Need to improve policy development and implementation

The process Development of methodology December 2012 First stage Second stage Development of management The process Development of methodology December 2012 First stage Second stage Development of management structure January 2013 Improvement of methodology and awareness raising (constant activity) February 2013 Analysis of key challenges, trends and drivers at national and international level; Expert panels March/April 2013 Assessment of current potential in R&D and business March/April 2013 National survey; Expert panels PRIORITY FIELDS May/June 2013 KET and process analysis in the priority fields; Submission of ideas for priorities July/September 2013 Expert panels; Delphi survey RIS 3 IMPLEMENTATON PROGRAMS October/November 2013 PRIORITIES PRIORITY IMPLEMENTATION PROGRAMS AND ROADMAPS Beginning of 2014 PIPELINE OF JOINT SCIENCEBUSINESS PROJECTS

Results: Challenges Results: Challenges

Results: Potential of Research Results: Potential of Research

Results: Potential of Economy Results: Potential of Economy

The concept of priority Priority field – response to the global and national challenges The concept of priority Priority field – response to the global and national challenges by Lithuanian R&I system. Priority – new technologies or processes that have high potential to transform Lithuanian economy. What‘s new? • Entrepreneurial discovery • Concentration on results • Intersectorial / interdisciplinary approach • Identification and implementation of priorities as an inclusive process

Priority fields Priority field R&D pot. Efficient energetics and sustainable environment High or prospective Priority fields Priority field R&D pot. Efficient energetics and sustainable environment High or prospective „Consumers“ (excl. IT) *** Saulėtekis, Santara, Santaka, Nemunas Food technologies and agroinnovation Prospective „Consumers“ * Nemunas Health, health technologies and bio-pharmacy High „Creators“ and „Consumers“ * Santara, Santaka Inclusive and learning society Prospective „Consumers“ (excl. IT) * New processes, materials and technologies for manufacturing High „Creators“ and „Consumers“ * Saulėtekis, Santaka, Santara „Consumers“ (excl. IT) *** Saulėtekis, Santaka, Santara, Marine Transportation, logistics and esystems Prospective Economy pot. Challenges Valleys ICT as a horizontal priority empowering all fields * - corresponds to the most important challenges identified by analysis; *** - corresponds to the most important challenges identified by analysis and ranked as most important by the survey

Priority fields and initial subfields Priority field Efficient energetics and sustainable environment Subfields Planning Priority fields and initial subfields Priority field Efficient energetics and sustainable environment Subfields Planning of sustainable development of the energy sector; Efficient supply of energy; Efficient energy supply networks; Energy production and accumulation technologies and integrated solutions; Environmentally-friendly technologies. Modern agricultural technologies for sustainable use of biological resources; Food technologies and agro. Innovative and conventional food technologies; innovation Foodstuffs storage and packaging technologies. Health technologies and bio-pharmacy Biotechnologies including cell and tissue technologies for medicine and pharmaceutics; Medical and pharmaceutical engineering; Public health technologies; Innovative e-solutions for medicine, e-resources and bio-banks. New result-oriented public service provision models; Inclusive and learning society New methods, processes and technologies enabling self-directed learning and transition to a new learning paradigm. New functional materials for industry; New processes, materials and Flexible automated production processes; technologies for manufacturing New product and process design technologies; New production technologies. Development of transport infrastructure; Transportation, logistics and e. Development and elaboration of sustainable transport systems; systems Smart logistic systems; Development and elaboration of efficient ICT as a horizontal priority empowering all fields

Concept of Priority implementation logic Evaluation Policy Mix Idea E E Entry to the Concept of Priority implementation logic Evaluation Policy Mix Idea E E Entry to the market E Technical concept E Measure 1 Ministry of Economy Measure N Pilot version E Prototype 2014. . 2020 Measure 2 Ministry of Education and Science

Baltic States cooperation. Situation overview Implementing the Memorandum of Understanding • Establishment of expert Baltic States cooperation. Situation overview Implementing the Memorandum of Understanding • Establishment of expert group for mapping research infrastructures in the Baltic States • Establishment of the joint ministerial working group which will work as a coordinating body for exchange of information and coordination of the execution of the tasks defined in the Mo. U • Exchange information about state of play on smart specialization on a constant basis

Baltic States cooperation. Situation overview Regular meetings: 19 th Meeting of the Baltic Ministers Baltic States cooperation. Situation overview Regular meetings: 19 th Meeting of the Baltic Ministers of Education and Research, 13 June 2013, Tallinn Trilateral meeting during Informal Competitiveness Council (research part), 24 July, 2013, Vilnius Trilateral meeting of state secretaries/vice ministers to discuss smart specialization issues on 29 April in Riga; Trilateral meeting during after Competitiveness Council on 26 September in Brussels

Trilateral meeting 27 September, Brussels Ministers agreed to: • “Baltic Bonus” idea to be Trilateral meeting 27 September, Brussels Ministers agreed to: • “Baltic Bonus” idea to be developed (the amount and mechanism of the Bonus tbd. ) • Exchange of info/coordination of the positions: – facilitate collaboration between Baltic NCPs – facilitate collaboration between Program committee members. Technical details will be developed on expert level.

Future cooperation plans • Launch of data base/website for sharing information on available RI Future cooperation plans • Launch of data base/website for sharing information on available RI or unique laboratory equipment (foreseen in 2014); • Mapping of intellectual potential and R&D activities; • Coordination of Smart Specialization processes (ongoing); • Looking for possibilities for Baltic States cooperation in Horizon 2020, Joint programming and other European initiatives. For discussion: • Opening national research programs for Baltic States research institutions.

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