Date: 5th November 2020
Time: 17:00 CET
The second HEInnovate webinar will be discussing new forms of university-business collaboration focusing on social and sustainable development and innovation, and the consequences of technological innovations for the European labour markets. The contributors will describe their work and highlight key research findings along the following questions:
- What are the implications for skills’ investments in different scenarios for jobs’ and skills’ needs till 2030 in the automation industries? What are the potential threats for labour market participation caused by new technological innovations and changes such as artificial intelligence?
- Which sustainability issues are the most important? Do environmental concerns vary in different parts of the world? How are sustainability issues related to each other?
- The “Green Transition” represent one of the largest challenges faced by society now and for the coming generations. What are the opportunities of addressing such challenge in terms of breakthrough innovations, new venture creation, as well as demanding and fostering new collaborations and partnerships internationally and often in a cross-sectoral environment?
The webinar will take place on Thursday, the 5th November from 5:00 to 6:15 pm CET.
For more information and registration, please visit the HeInnovate website.
Edit: The recording from the webinar can be watched here. You can also read its summary article here.