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ERA 2030 – the ERAB view OECD - TIP Workshop on Future Orientations for Science, Technology and Innovation Policy 14-15 December 2009 Paris JC. Burgelman Scientific advisor EC, DG RTD (Dir L: Science, Economy and Society). The views expressed are personal and do not represent those of the EC.

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ERA 2030 – the ERAB viewOECD - TIP Workshop on Future Orientations for Science, Technology and Innovation Policy14-15 December 2009ParisJC. BurgelmanScientific advisor EC, DG RTD(Dir L: Science, Economy and Society)

The views expressed are personal and do not represent those of the EC


ERA 2030: ERAB’s STRATEGIC VIEW

http://ec.europa.eu/research/erab/publications_en.html


  • BACKGROUND

  • ERAB = successor of EURAB

  • Initiated by Commissioner and nominated by EC (similar to ERC ScC procedure)

  • Requested to think: - out of the box, long term- on demand and own initiative (VAT, Mid term FP7)

  • 1 annual report/year

  • Fully operational 1st Q, 2008


European Research Area Board


  • To understand ERAB’s thinking

  • 1.

  • Their remit:

  • Key question (1st year): European research by 2030?

  • 3 fundamental drivers:

  • - Globalisation of the world and of the world of science

  • - Virtualisation (more than e-science)

  • - Grand challenges


  • To understand ERAB’s thinking

  • 2.

  • Research world has moved to mode 2

  • European researchers feel acute global pressure

  • European science is no longer per definition seen as sub optimal

  • European research (policy) system as it is not seen as fully apt to make the changes needed.

  •  Scope is thus much more ERA than EC


The view: New Renaissance

  • In order to cope with the challenges ahead we need a ‘New Renaissance’.

  • The ‘New Renaissance’, is a paradigm shift in how we think, live and interact, as well as a paradigm shift regarding the role and place of science in society.

  • The new renaissance calls for our rationality and creativity - the fundamentals of science - to face the challenges and to help ‘’inventing’’ a new way of living.

  • The ‘New Renaissance’ needs a thriving and open ERA by 2030.


The view

Ambition:

ERA is instrumental for realising a new Renaissance in Europe as a call to face the challenges ahead and to help develop a new way of living.

Strategy:

Six policy themes to underpin the development of ERA.

Benchmarks:

30 milestones to measure progress on the layout of ERA.


A united ERA across Europe

An ERA driven by societal needs to address the ‘Grand Challenges’

An ERA based on a shared responsibility between science, policy and society

An ERA of open innovation between all public and private stakeholders

An ERA to deliver excellence

An ERA of cohesion across the continent

6

strategic approaches for ERA



An ERA driven by societal needs to address the across a dynamic, open society

‘Grand Challenges’


An ERA with shared responsibilities for across a dynamic, open society

science, policy and society


An ERA of open innovation between all across a dynamic, open society

public and private stakeholders



An ERA of cohesion across the continent principle for ERA research policies


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