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Kick-off meeting - Specific Support to Lithuania

22 February 2017
DG Research and Innovation - Unit A4
Brussels, Belgium

Public policies and measures to support business research and innovation (R&I) were the focus of the kick-off meeting of this Specific Support action requested by Lithuania. These included efforts from the public and private sectors to foster cooperation between the public science base and businesses and to attract R&I-oriented foreign direct investment (FDI). Discussions between Lithuanian authorities and the PSF panel of experts covered bottlenecks, past and existing incentives as well as expectations for the future in research and innovation field in Lithuania. In addition, participants agreed on the scope, expected outcomes, timetables, work plan and distribution of tasks for the support action – including the first and second country visits, stakeholders to be invited, topics and main issues to address, etc.

First country visit - Specific Support to Lithuania

10 April 2017
DG Research and Innovation - Unit A4
Vilnius. Lithuania

This first country visit will focus on meeting the key stakeholders in Lithuania’s research and innovation (R&I) system, including representatives of public sector organisations, universities, clusters, high tech as well as traditional industry companies and others. It aims to assess the current situation, so as to arrive at draft recommendations on how to tackle the key barriers in relation to science-business cooperation and attraction of innovation oriented foreign direct investment (FDI). The visit takes place in the framework of the Specific Support action requested by Lithuania, focusing on public policies and measures to support business R&I.

Working meeting - Specific Support to Lithuania

23 May 2017
DG Research and Innovation - Unit A4
Brussels, Belgium

In this meeting the expert panel will review the draft report and discuss the issues to be addressed during their second visit to Lithuania. This includes identifying the stakeholders in Lithuania’s research and innovation (R&I) system that they should meet, such as representatives of public sector organisations, universities, clusters, and businesses. Discussions will also focus on the next version of the report and some preliminary proposals for recommendations. The meeting takes place in the framework of the Specific Support action requested by Lithuania on how to tackle the key barriers that affect science-business cooperation and innovation-oriented foreign direct investment (FDI).

Second country visit – Specific Support to Lithuania

28 August 2017 to 30 August 2017
European Commission DG Research and Innovation, Unit A4
Vilnius, Lithuania

Based on background information and the outcomes of the discussions held during the first country visit to Lithuania, the international panel of experts have worked on their findings and formulated their first reflections and recommendations. During their second visit to Lithuania, they will discuss these findings with a select group of actors in Lithuania’s research and innovation (R&I) system who are interested and involved in the two topics: cooperation between the public science base and business, and attraction of innovation-related foreign direct investment (FDI). The experts will meet stakeholders from science and innovation policy, including the relevant ministries, implementing agencies and representatives from the research and business worlds.

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