Frankfurt am Main

Jérôme Treperman

Jérôme Treperman is a senior consultant at Technopolis Group, which he joined in 2011. He has participated in policy evaluations and studies focusing on International Research & Innovation Cooperation, ICT, SMEs, Start-ups & Innovation financing and Research Infrastructures. Jérôme has led extensive qualitative and quantitative analyses at the national and EU level.

Jérôme has conducted several studies on international R&I cooperation, such as providing an overview of international R&I cooperation between EU Member States and Third Countries as well as assessing basic principles for effective international R&I cooperation agreements (DG RTD). Since 2017, Jérôme is co-managing the analysis and monitoring work area of DG RTD’s Service Facility in Support of the Strategic Development of International R&I Cooperation between the EU and Third Countries.

Recent work in the ICT domain includes a study on using big data for policy making for the European Commission (DG CONNECT) as well providing analytical reports to the German Federal Economic Ministry’s Connected Living industry platform. In the field of Active & Assisted Living (AAL), he implemented an innovation impact methodology for the AAL Association.

Jérôme has designed and implemented policy evaluations and ex-post impact assessments across several thematic areas. His experience includes the final evaluation of the Enterprise Europe Network 2008-2014 as well as the Interim Evaluation of the COSME Programme (both for DG GROW). He co-led the evaluation of the German state-sponsored Venture Capital fund High-Tech Gründerfonds (BMWi) as well as an evaluation of the basic research funding programme for large-scale research infrastructures (BMBF). Other studies include the Evaluation of the German Climate Service Center as well as the Evaluation of the German National Innovation Programme for Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology.

Jérôme holds an M.Sc. in Economics and Finance from the Goethe University Frankfurt and a B.Sc. in Economics from the Université de Montréal. He is fluent in German, English, and French.