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Thursday, March 7 • 11:00am - 1:00pm
Standards as a Driver of Innovation LIMITED

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At a time when Europe needs more innovation in order to remain competitive on the global stage, standardisation provides a bridge between research, innovation and the market, and can thereby make a
positive contribution to economic growth and prosperity.
CEN and CENELEC are fully committed to supporting the Horizon 2020 programme and helping to tackle barriers to innovation in Europe.
In this sessions panellists will present and discuss the European Standardization System, the role of standards in the innovation lifecycle, the role of standardization in support to Horizon 2020 as well as
concrete examples. The session will allow for interaction with stakeholders interested to understand and learn more about European Standards and their integration in research and innovation projects.




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Prof. Dr. Knut Blind

Prof. Dr. Knut Blind studied economics, political science and psychology at Freiburg University. In the course of his studies he spent one year at Brock University (Canada), where he was awarded a BA. Finally, he took his Diploma in Economics and later his doctoral degree at Freiburg... Read More →
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Florence Carré

Florence Carré (PhD,MSc) is an expert in numerical typology and digital soil mapping. Since 2010, she’s worked at INERIS as European research project manager on standardization issues and on risks related to natural hazards. She was previously in charge of the digital soil mapping... Read More →
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Dr. Karlhanns Gindele

Director Innovation at DIN German Institute for Standardization
Dr. Karlhanns Gindele is Director Innovation at DIN German Institute for Standardization.He is a physicist and obtained his PhD from the faculty of electrical engineering at the University of Stuttgart. His research work included plasma physics and thermal solar energy. At that time... Read More →
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Ms. Gudrun Rognvaldardottir

CEN Vice-President Technical
Gudrun studied electrical engineering in Iceland and Germany. She graduated from the Technical University of Karlsruhe in 1986. After a few years as Associate Professor at the University of Iceland, she started working in standardization in 1991. She has been with Icelandic Standards... Read More →

Thursday March 7, 2013 11:00am - 1:00pm CET
European Parliament A5E2

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