PICTURES AND PRESENTATIONS
You will find below a selection of pictures from the EU-India STI Cooperation Days, as well as the presentations available to the public.
21 September 2016
EUROPE-INDIA COLLABORATION ON BIOECONOMY RESEARCH AND INNOVATION: SETTING THE SCENE
Food Security, Sustainable Agriculture and Forestry, Marine and Maritime and Inland Water Research and the Bioeconomy, by Elisabetta Balzi, European Commission, DG Research and Innovation
Introduction to Inno Indigo and Indigo Policy, by Hans Westphal, PT-DLR, Germany and Teresa de Oliveira, ZSI, Austria (coordinators)
SIGNIFICANT OUTCOMES AND COLLABORATION POTENTIAL OF EU-INDIA RESEARCH AND INNOVATION PROJECTS
Keynote speech: Collaborations and Customization to build a $100 b Bio economy by 2025, by Panchapagesa Muthuswamy Murali, Honorary President, Association of Biotechnology-led entreprises, MD & CEO Evolva
Joint Programming Initiative ”A Healthy Diet for a Healthy Life”, by Martijntje Bakker, vice-chair JPI HDHL
Sustainable food security through cultivation of climate smart crops – Case of small millets, MG Chandrakanth, University of Agricultural Science, Bangalore
Research on waste management, by Srikanth Mutnuri, BITS Pilani, Goa
Industrial Overview on Biotic and Abiotic Stress Tolerance Technologies in Crops, by Anup Karwa, Krishidhan Vegetable Seeds and SFPL Crop Life Science
“Biosensors” ensuring Secure and Safe Food, by Akshath U.S, CSIR-CFTRI
NMBU-CFTRI Indo - Norwegian cooperation in Food Science and Education, by Gerd Elizabeth Vegarud, NMBU, Norway
INDO-European Research Facilities for Studies on MARine Ecosystem and CLIMate in India (INDO-MARECLIM), by Ajith Joseph K., NERCI
Indo-Portuguese collaboration: A success story in Marine Robotics, by Pramod Maurya, CSIR-NIO
Sustainable Technology and Services for Rural Renaissance, by Mikko Ruohonen, University of Tampere, Finland
Rural Development through Innovative Approach, by Abishek Sharma, Beyond Evolution Tech Solutions (beTS)
Integrating Bio-treated Wastewater Reuse with Enhanced Water Use Efficiency to Support the Green Economy in EU and India, by Mukund Patil, ICRISAT India
EU–India Building a Cooperation Platform in Future Internet & Electronic Media project: FI-MEDIA, by James Clarke, Waterford Institute of Technology, Ireland
Bio-e-MAT: Low-Cost and Efficient MFC Materials for Bioelectricity Production from Waste Materials, by S Venkata Mohan, CSIR-IICT
Novel Hydrophobically Modified Polymers [HMPs]:Synthesis, Characterization and Rheology, by Manohar V. Badiger, CSIR-NCL
An Industry–Institutions Joint CEFIPRA Project: "Optimization of an anaerobic fixed bed", by Michel Torrijos, INRA-LBE, France
Integrated management and exploitation of citrus and wheat processing by-products for the production of food ingredients and new food products (NAMASTE EU INDIA), by Andras Sebok, Campden BRI Magyarország Nonprofit Kft., Hungary
OPEN HOUSE FOR FUNDING AND COOPERATION OPPORTUNITIES
YOUNG SCIENTIST COMPETITION
The winner of the Indigo Young Scientist Competition 2016 is Prasanth Manohar from VIT University, Vellore, with his project on Phage Therapy.
You can watch his video, as well as the other finalist's ones on the Indigo Projects Facebook page.
CULTURAL EVENT and NETWORKING DINNER
22 September 2016
OPEN SPACE/ PRIORITY SETTING
09.00 - 11.30
Cooperation priorities for the future are identified. All participants have the chance to build the agenda on the spot by suggesting a topic they feel passionate about for in-depth group discussion and explore its potential for future partnerships.
11.45 - 13.45
Pre-arranged bilateral meetings to discuss participants' own project, programme or initiative and reinforce the relationship with actual or potential Indian or European partner.
Visits to NIO and the Antarctic Research centre.
|Registration||19 Jun – 15 Sep|
|Meeting Selection||1 Sep – 17 Sep|
|Event||21 Sep – 22 Sep|
|Costs||Registration free of charge|
|Venue||CSIR - National Institute of Oceanography, Dona Paula, Goa, India|