The Working Group on Innovation is composed of institutional heads of innovation or senior representatives with an institutional remit on innovation.

Group activities include:

  • exploring ideas and collaborate on areas of emerging interest and mutual benefit;
  • actively engaging in the debate on the innovation policy of the EU and its links to research and education;
  • discussing institutional approaches to promote academia-industry collaborations.

If you have further questions about the group, please contact group's coordinator Julien Chicot at


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