Results and Papers from the "Europe of Knowledge 2020" Conference (links)

August 16, 2004

Brussels, 13 Aug 2004

Conference results

Proceedings DE EN FR (PDF, 485kb)

(French and German versions available soon)

Session 1: Knowledge production and certification

  • Introduction to the session (PDF, 42kb)
  • Conclusions from the rapporteur : Philippe Mustar report (PPT)
  • Session 2: University-industry relations and innovation

  • Introduction to the session (PDF, 88kb)
  • Conclusions from the rapporteur: Susana Borras report (PDF, 39kb), Powerpoint presentation
  • Session 3: Interdisciplinary research

  • Introduction to the session (PDF, 59kb)
  • Conclusions from the rapporteur: Mario Telo report (PDF, 25kb)
  • Session 4: A new paradigm for relations between higher education and research

  • Introduction to the session (PDF, 95kb)
  • Conclusions from the rapporteur: Philippe Laredo report (PPT)
  • Session 5: A changing environment and new demands for research training

  • Introduction to the session (PDF, 74kb)
  • Conclusions from the rapporteur: Sybille Reichert report (PPT)
  • Session 6: Universities driving regional development

  • Introduction to the session (PDF, 51kb)
  • Conclusions from the rapporteur: Phil Cooke report (PPT)
  • Session 7: Enhancing internationally competitive research in Europe's universities

  • Introduction to the session (PDF, 87kb)
  • Conclusions from the rapporteur: Katrien Maes report (PDF, 42kb), Powerpoint presentation
  • Session 8: Research for the service industry

  • Introduction to the session (PDF, 57kb)
  • Conclusions from the rapporteur: Robin Cowan report (PPT)
  • Session 9: University autonomy and governance

  • Introduction to the session (PDF, 56kb)
  • Conclusions from the rapporteur: Barbara Khem report (PDF, 23kb
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