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Hightech Europe Food innovation from labs to market: Future European organisation for knowledge and technology transfer WORKSHOP BY HIGHTECH EUROPE, SIDE-EVENT OF THE EFFoST CONFERENCE · 20 NOVEMBER 2012, MONTPELLIER, FRANCE The HighTech Europe Network of Excellence comprises 21 industrial and research partners from all over Europe as well as one research institute from Australia. The overall intention of the network is to promote knowledge and innovation transfer to food markets, on the European territory. The project’s aim is to establish a European Institute for Food Processing (Eu-IFP).

ProgramME

The workshop will take up the aspects of knowledge and technology transfer in the food domain, and will debate about the most efficient ways to match research results with industrial requirements in a changing European context.

3.00 pm

Registration and welcome coffee

3.30 pm

Welcome by HighTech Europe project coordinator Kerstin Lienemann, German Institute of Food Technologies (Germany)

3.40 pm

Introduction HighTech Europe – Catalyst for transfer of advanced but underexploited knowledge from research to food industry Kerstin Lienemann, German Institute of Food Technologies (Germany)

3.50 pm

Presentation of the Interactive Technology Portal developed by the HighTech Europe beneficiaries.

4.20 pm

Round table Technology transfer patterns for the coming years Speakers: Julio Carreras, AINIA, Enterprise European Network (EEN) food coordinator (Spain) Frans Kampers, Wageningen University, member of the FoodBest consortium (the Netherlands) Jean-René Buisson, President of the French National Association of Food Industries (France) Dietrich Knorr, Berlin University of Technology, President of the EFFoST (Germany) Jean-Claude Villettaz, Swiss Food Research, associated member of HighTech Europe (Switzerland) Paul Winter, Wire Belt Company Ltd., associated member of HighTech Europe (United Kingdom)

5.50 pm

Conclusion by HighTech Europe project coordinator Kerstin Lienemann, German Institute of Food Technologies (Germany)

6.00 pm

End of event and get together.



Hightech Europe Coordinated by German Institute of Food Technologies www.dil-ev.de

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loCatIon The workshop venue will be the Corum Congress Center in montpellier (same as the EFFoST conference starting the day after). Le Corum Congress Center Esplanade Charles de Gaulle, BP 2200 Montpellier Cedex 1 F-34027 France rEgIstratIon & Cost The HighTech Europe workshop is free of charge. The EFFoST conference 2012 participants are cordially invited to participate in the HighTech Europe workshop and can register via www.effostconference.com/event-noe.html Others who only want to participate in the HighTech Europe workshop are cordially invited to send an email to [email protected] JoIn us! You can learn more about the project and our Associated Membership Platform by visiting www.hightecheurope.eu EFFost ConFErEnCE 2012: a lunCh boX For tomorroW: an IntEraCtIvE CombInatIon oF IntEgratEd analysIs and sPECIalIZEd knoWlEdgE oF Food The EFFoST annual meeting is an international event, which gathers scientists during 3 days to present the latest findings in food research. This year, this prestigious conference, which has attracted over 600 abstracts, will focus on connecting the integrated (broad) and the specialized (focused) views on food to promote health, food security and sustainability for all. ContaCts [email protected] [email protected] [email protected]

Hightech Europe Coordinated by German Institute of Food Technologies www.dil-ev.de

HighTech Europe is a Network of Excellence of the 7th Framework Programme of the EU

www.hightecheurope.eu