News for United Kingdom

Cristina Rosemberg Montes

9th April 2014

Cristina Rosemberg is a Partner at Technopolis Ltd. An economist by training, she has more than 12 years of experience in economic and econometric analysis, evaluation and impact assessments in the areas of economic development, and innovation and the creative industries. Cristina has ample experience conducting evaluations using a broad range of quantitative techniques that…

Erik Arnold

9th April 2014

Erik Arnold is co-founder and Chairman of the Technopolis Group, Adjunct Professor in Research Policy at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) Stockholm and an Honorary Professor at the University of Manchester.  He has worked in research and innovation policy and evaluation since 1980, covering work in a wide range of disciplines handling research and…

Célia Couchot

9th April 2014

Célia Couchot provides general administrative support to our Brighton-based Directors and Consultants and has operational responsibility for a range of databases and information systems and for all travel arrangements. She is also involved in a number of projects as a research assistant. At a group level, Célia provides assistance to the Group General Manager with…

United Kingdom

21st October 2013

Brighton

Technopolis was established in Brighton in 1989, as a spin-off from the Science Policy Research Unit.  The UK team, in Brighton and London, remains very much at the heart of the Technopolis Group, working closely with colleagues across the group on projects around the world. Technopolis UK conducts policy studies and evaluations across a wide…

Analysis of potential synergies fostered by The European Institute of Technology in the European innovation landscape

16th August 2013

This study built on the publication “EIT Catalysing Innovation in the Knoweldge Triangle” and identified potential synergies between the work of the EIT and that of the wider European Innovation landscape. It involved a strategic analysis of existing EU, national and regional initiatives with a particular focus on horizon 2020 and the identification of spill…

Analysis of cloud best practices and pilots for the public sector

4th January 2013

In September 2012, the European Commission adopted a strategy for ”Unleashing the Potential of Cloud Computing in Europe”. The strategy outlines actions to deliver a net gain of 2.5 million new European jobs, and an annual boost of €160 billion to the European Union GDP (around 1%), by 2020. The Commission considers the public sector…