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F landers I nnovation hub for S ustainable CH emistry FISCH Carl Van der Auwera innovation advisor, cva@essenscia.be , +32-484615033 essenscia, the Belgian industry federation for chemistry, life-sciences and plastics. With contributions of: e ssenscia : Carl Van der Auwera

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with contributions of e ssenscia carl van der auwera frans dieryck igor magdalenic

Flanders Innovation hub for Sustainable CHemistryFISCHCarl Van der Auwerainnovation advisor, cva@essenscia.be, +32-484615033 essenscia, the Belgian industry federation for chemistry, life-sciences and plastics

With contributions of:

essenscia:

Carl Van derAuwera

FransDieryck

Igor Magdalenic

Flemish government:

Jan Larosse

VITO:

Ludo Diels

Technopolis Group:

Geert van derVeen

Jon van Til

ECOOM:

Petra Andries

KoenDebackere

outline
Outline
  • Short description of case subject
  • Snapshot of sector and its eco-system
  • Current s3 activities
short description of the fisch case
Short description of the FISCH case

“Documenting and leveraging the development

and accelerated implementation of the transition

strategy of the Flemish (petro)chemical cluster

towards a sustainable cluster of world-class, on

the basis of the strategic transformation program

FISCH”

short description of the fisch case1
Short description of the FISCH case
  • FISCH: open innovation hub for sustainable chemistry
    • A strategic initiative for sustainable development with (green) chemistry
    • Involvement of about 400 players from research, industry and society
    • Drivers:
      • economic and societal push for a transition towards sustainable chemistry
      • the insight that chemistry will have a large contribution to solving societal challenges
  • Status of FISCH
    • Past: Platform emerged since 2008; rooted in a large feasibility study
    • Recent: Flemish STI and industrial policy in favour of sustainable development in general and sustainable chemistry in particular
    • Now: Start of the first programmes, while redefinig specialisationsbased on Strategic Intelligence activities
fisch ecosystem the chemical sector
FISCH ecosystem: the chemical sector
  • Characteristics Belgian chemical sector:
    • Largest industrial sector (90k direct jobs,

8k³ added value, 3 rd of all exported goods)

with firm historical and geographic roots,

i.e. Antwerp (largest European chemistry cluster)

    • Largest business investments in innovation (BERD about €1.6b, or 50% of Flanders) - and increasing (>11% in 2011)
    • Relatively low investments of public sector in (sustainable) chemistry
    • Sector is very dense and supply chains heavily interlinked: more radical systemic (open) innovation (transition) will be needed
    • 20k new recruitments required till 2020
  • Increasing self-organisation of the

cluster, notably via essensciawhich successfully

lobbied for a dedicated public instrument and

increasingly sets up international collaborations

fisch ecosystem knowledge supply
FISCH ecosystem: knowledge supply
  • Highly skilled working force:
    • 40 % higher educted
    • 60% underwent formal training
  • A forest of knowledge institutes
    • Universities and high-schools (UGent, KUL, UA, VUB, UHasselt)
    • Chemistry related knowledge centers (VITO, VIB, Centexbel, …)
    • … and many other small actors

Large knowledge supply in Flanders – including both basic and strategic

research, but currently not sufficiently geared towards the needs of

the Flemish chemical industry

No dedicated knowledge center for (sustainable) chemistry

fisch ecosystem policy priority setting
FISCH ecosystem: policy priority-setting

2007-2012: Sustainable chemistry was key in the strategic government plans

May

2011

2007

2010

May

2011

fisch ecosystem may 2011 flanders new innovation industry policy
FISCH ecosystem: May 2011 : Flanders new innovation & industry policy

2012: FISCH has become the demonstrator of the Flemish industry policy

2012 and beyond …

Accelerated ooze out the Innovation Hub Policy in all government activities

current progress of fisch
Current progress of FISCH
  • FISCH started early 2012 with a dedicated “competence pole”
  • Processes (relevant for s3):
    • Numerous starting projects defined since 2008
    • Sustainable Development year report (GRI) for the Belgian chemistry sectors
    • Prioritising process based on expert opinions and cluster hierarchy
    • In the framework of this case study we will deploy strategic intelligence tools towards new sustainable smart specialisations
      • Realisation (open call) of most promising Innovation programms: find, evaluate and prioritise new sustainable smart specialised value networks
      • Substantial investment in roadmapping exercises and sustainability evaluations of programms and their projects
      • Resulting in a strong new Strategic Innovation Agenda
    • Cross-border open co-operation in a transnational cluster
fisch accelerated strengthening of international ties
FISCH: accelerated strengthening of international ties
  • Flemish chemical sector shows ongoing self-organisation by strengthening collaborative ties in a cross-border perspective
    • Since 6 years Flanders & The Netherlands are tightening collaboration (innovation hub in Flanders – topsector in NL)
    • 2 Weeks ago SUSCHEMbelgium was inaugurated
    • Last Monday Flanders signed a pact with NordrheinWestphalen- focus on chemical/energy & logistics/transport
    • Chemical sector has a convenant with Flanders Investment & Trade: marketing Flanders’ industrial chemistry competences
strategic intelligence for this case study
Strategic Intelligence (for this case study)
  • Technology scanning tool for programm development (value chains/networks)
  • Clutches on two concepts:
    • Cluster –approach
      • Mapping of “in-cluster” competencies
      • Search for white spots; with a systemic and dynamic perspective
    • (Technology) roadmapping
      • Definition of (future) knowledge, technology and market pathways; starting with demand articulation

Mapping of pathways and (knowledge) demands

Alignment of demand articulation & knowledge supply (roadmap)

Matching knowledge demands and supply: regional & cross-border

Cluster analysis

Analysis of available roles/competencies and white spots

fisch future
FISCH future
  • WHY DID chemical industry come to Belgium ?
    • Industrial infrastructure (incl. logistics)
    • Enough skilled people

(based on strong education)

  • HOW WILL chemical industry

flourish in Flanders ?

    • Industrial infrastructure (incl. logistics)
    • Enough skilled people (based on strong education)
    • Collective Open Innovation Infrastructures
    • New sustainable smart specialised chemistry value chains
    • Smart and sustainable symbiotic clustering
    • Complementary transnational open collaboration

= SUSCHEM value network Europe

thank you
Thank you

SUSCHEM VALUE NETWORK EUROPE