Activities 2010 - European Academy of Sciences and Arts

Activities 2010 - European Academy of Sciences and Arts


Within SESSION II, which was chaired by Prof. Loucas Christophorou, the presentations

were delivered by:

Dr. Jan Hru‰ak, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic

“The use of structural funds for enhancing scientific capacities -The Czech case study”

Prof. Erich Hoedl, Vice-president, EASA

“Europe 2020 Strategy: The Role of Regional R&D Clusters”

Prof. Loucas Christophorou (who delivered the presentation instead of Prof. Attilio Boriani,

from the Università degli Studi di Milano and on his request)

“Tools for promoting science literacy”

Prof. Radmil Polenakovik, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Ss. Cyril and Methodius

University, Skopje

“National Innovation System of the Republic of Macedonia”

Note: Prof. âaslav Ociç, member of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, who should

have acted in this Session, advised of his absence due to the sickness.

The Session was followed by a 20 minutes Discussion.

Session III, that followed after lunch at the Hotel „Crna Gora“, was chaired by Prof. Ivo

·laus, and included the following speakers:

Prof. Vladimir Zaslavskiy, Technology National Taras Shevchenko University of Kiev,

“Systems approach for risk management in regional systems”

Prof. Loucas G. Christophorou, Academy of Athens

“Materials for energy applications”

Dr. Hellmuth Broda, Executive Information & Communication Technology Advisor, Basel,


“Open Systems, Innovation and Competitiveness”

Prof. ·tefan Luby, Slovak Academy of Sciences

“How to fill the gap between research and industry”

The 20 minutes Discussion followed.

Within SESSION IV, which was chaired by Prof. Erich Hoedl, the presentations were delivered


Prof. Ivo ·laus, Chair of SEED /WAAS, Institute “Ru?er Bo‰koviç”, Zagreb

“Assessing Economic Impact of Research and Innovation”

Prof. Michael Ugryumov, Vice-President, Russian Academy of Sciences

“Russian Academy of Sciences: Innovative Policy in Medicine”

An hour long Discussion followed.


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