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The proper implementation of research, development and innovation (R&D&I) projects remains a challenge for all parties involved: universities, research institutes, public administration and industry.
At this European seminar participants will have the chance to learn:
how to separate economic and non-economic activities in R&D&I projects;
how to avoid the risk of unlawful state aid in technology transfer;
how to fulfil all requirements of the European Commission;
how to prepare their institutions for financial audit in R&D&I projects.
In addition, the experienced speakers among others from the European Commission, DG Competition, the University of Amsterdam, the University of Leicester, the Ministry for Economic Affairs, Employment, Transport and Technology, Federal State Schleswig-Holstein and BASF SF, Department Global Intellectual Property will support the participants with practical examples for their daily work. The best practice report on Transparent Approach to Costing (TRAC) will be presented.
Senior and mid-senior experts from national and regional ministries and agencies responsible for Research & Development & Innovation, universities, research & technology centres, clusters and other bodies engaged in R&D activities, start-up support services, competition authorities, companies and industry working in research, development and innovation, national and regional audit institutions, lawyers and consultants specialised in R&D cooperation.
Further information and the application form you will find here: