The Final Conference is scheduled in Györ, West Transdanubiai (HU); November 8th 2011.
Location: Hotel Famulus H-9027 Győr, Budai út 4-6. Tel: +36 96/547-770, Fax: +36 96/547-779


09.00 Registration

Plenary session
Welcome and Opening speeches by hosts West Transdanubia and by Lead Partner Lower Austria, DI Ilse Wollansky, Head of unit of department for spatial planning and regional policy
Welcome speech by Ministry for National Development


Key note speech by Mrs Luisa Sanches (European Commission, DG Regio and Fast Track member) particular emphasis on new framework 2014 – 2020 and 3S (Smart Specialisation Strategies) Platform - SCINNOPOLI
Speech by Ms Petra Polaskova (JTS INTERREG IV C, Communication Adviser IP-East)

11.00 Coffee Break

SCINNOPOLI Presentation: methodology and main results, Policy recommendations
Debate and Discussion with one representative of every SCINNOPOLI region: experiences of transfer and capitalization in the field of impact monitoring of regional innovation policy (moderation: Hans-Christian Jäger, IDEUM)

13.00 Signature Ceremony: signing the regional action plans
13.30 Buffet lunch, with press conference

3 Parallel workshops on particular subtopics of SCINNOPOLI

  1. How to establish a monitoring system for regional innovation policy?
  2. Turning input into impact – lightening the black box
  3. S³ Smart specialization and selection of impact indicators for ROP
16.00 Conference Conclusions with reflection of the workshops External expert view on SCINNOPOLI by moderator
17.30 Dinner with art performance

Further information:
Language of the conference is English (with Hungarian interpretation). Moderation and catering will be provided during the event.

Please send your filled registration form by the 24th of October 2011, e-mail:

If you arrive the day before and/or you stay for the night after the conference please don’t forget to book your hotel room by yourself.
You can book directly at the hotel by the 24th October 2011
(Room price/per person: EUR 60,- in single room, EUR 34,- in double room; VAT, breakfast included).
Please book via e-mail: under the code SCINNOPOLI.
If you have any questions about the hotel, please call: Ms Mária Matesz-Németh 0036 30 497-8998.
You are kindly asked to consider the registration and booking deadline because of the limited number of free rooms in the hotel.

Pplease book your transfer directly at the transfer company Aerobus under the code SCINNOPOLI: (
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16/11/2010 "INNOVATION MARATHON 2010" Interim Conference – Poznan, Wielkopolska
International Fair in Poznan, Glogowska 14

Creating regional innovation policy Good practices of SCINNOPOLI Partners and experiences of Polish regions
Moderator: dr Monika Matusiak


About 100 participants attended the Interim Conference of SCINNOPOLI on November the 16th, which was opened by the Vice Marshall of Wielkopolska. Two innovative examples of Wielkopolska’s innovation policy from the academic “PreInkubator” and the ProDesign Center for Design in Wielkopolska were presented as well as Good Practice cases from the Partner regions. Luisa Sanches from the European Commission highlighted the necessity of monitoring of innovation and its related policy.

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09.30 – 10.00 Registration and welcome coffee
10.00 – 10.05 Visual presentation of World Days of Innovation in Poznan
10.05 – 10.10 Welcome
Leszek Wojtasiak, Vice Marshall of Wielkopolska, Irma Priedl, SCINNOPOLI Project Leader, Introduction of SCINNOPOLI
10.10 - 10.30 Initiatives from Wielkopolska
"Preinkubator" Wojciech Gilewski, President of Poznan Academic Entrepreneurship Incubator
10.30 - 10.50 Initiatives from Wielkopolska
"Design Management" Ewa Voelkel, Head of the Board Prodesign Ltd in Poznan
10.50 – 11.00 Visual presentation of design idea
11.00 – 11.25 Why do we monitor regional innovation policy? Luisa Sanches, representative of SCINNOPOLI Fast Track Committee, DG Regio
11.25 – 11.50 Creating new innovation policy tools through pilot actions Irma Priedl, Lower Austria
11.50 – 12.10 Coffee break
12.10 – 12.45 Monitoring the impact of R&D funding Annie Renders, Eric Sleeckx, Flanders
12.45 – 13.20 Evidence based policy Gabriela Fiori, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur
13.20 – 13.40 Inspirations from SCINNOPOLI Good Practices Elzbieta Ksiazek, Wielkopolska
13.40 – 14.50 Trends in regional innovation policy in Poland, Introduction by dr Monika Matusiak, Discussion among regional representatives
14.50 Lunch - End of Conference

The Conference took place in: Poznan International Fair in Poznan Congress Centre, ul. Głogowska 14;
60-734 Poznań