Know-Man conference is coming
The Know-Man project will present its results at an international conference in July 2011. The conference will not only present tools for regional network management (e.g. Knowledge Atlases, Demand Analyses and Benchmarking), but it will also further highlight policy implications that address the demands for closer academic-economic-public cooperation. There is no workshop fee for participants, but we do ask that you register on our webpage at www.rra-koroska.si/know-man. After the registration, we will send you regular updates and the outline of the conference proceedings.
What is Know-Man?
Know-Man is an INTERREG IVC Project aiming to improve regional development and spatial innovation policies by using tools of regional Knowledge Network Management. With this aim, 15 partners from six European regions have joint their forces to improve the regional cooperation between public authorities, the research community and innovative small and medium sized enterprises. Know-Man implements Knowledge Management instruments (e.g. knowledge atlases, benchmarking, action reviews) to identify and connect regional cross-sectoral and cross institutional knowledge potentials within the participating regions. The focus of this project lies on triple helix structures – the interconnection between public authorities, economic actors represented by technology parks, and academic representatives to create links between regional endogenous potentials in the knowledge economy. Know-Man specifically intends to improve policies in favour of innovative SMEs.
What is INTERREG IVC?
The Interregional Cooperation Programme INTERREG IVC, financed by the European Union’s Regional Development Fund, helps Regions of Europe work together to share experience and good practice in the areas of innovation, the knowledge economy, the environment and risk prevention. EUR 302 million is available for project funding but, more than that, a wealth of knowledge and potential solutions are also on hand for regional policy-makers.
Know-Man at the Long Night of Sciences in Berlin 2011-05-25
On May 28, 2011, the Department of Geography of the Humboldt-Universität Berlin is presenting the Know-Man project during the Long Night of Sciences. This major event dedicated to the public will be the 11th Long Night of Sciences. It takes place at different locations in Berlin and Potsdam. Numerous research and university institutions as well as several high-technology companies are going to participate again this year. Read more here and here.
New Know-Man International Newsletter is available for download. Enjoy your reading!
Among many other projects, Know-Man is presented in the brochure prepared by INTERREG IVC Information Point North. You can download the brochure here. You will find Know-Man project presented on page 17.
The last meeting opening the second year of the project’s activity took place in Wrocław on 9-11 February. A study visit to the Wrocław Technology Park (WTP) allowed the partners from other European regions to look at the good practices used there.
Know-Man good-practices are available for download. Enjoy your reading!
We are happy to present you a movie recorded in Wroclaw Technology Park. See the movie
The aims and preliminary results as well as foreseen steps of the KNOW-MAN project have been presented by Agnieszka Olechnicka and Adam Ploszaj from EUROREG during the National ESPON Event in Warsaw, Poland. The conference: Evidence-based territorial development. What do ESPON, INTERREG IVC and URBACT results say about Poland? was organised by the Polish ECP in cooperation with the INTERREG IVC and URBAC national contact points. Read more
In section Press you will find project flyer in English (PDF), German (PDF), Italian (PDF), Polish (PDF), Slovenian (PDF), Spanish (PDF).
Presentations given during meetings in Berlin and in Rome are available in the section EVENTS.
In section Press you will find project general information in English (PDF), German (PDF), Italian (PDF), Polish (PDF), Slovenian (PDF).
On Sept. 14, 2010, the Department of Geography of the Humboldt-Universität Berlin is presenting the Know-Man project during a conference discussing mid-term results and future perspectives of the INTERREG Programme in Berlin. The states of Berlin and Brandenburg have invited multiple projects in the capital region Berlin-Brandenburg that participate in the A, B or C-Programme to outline their experiences and to elaborate on prospective challenges (focal points) of INTERREG.
We are very happy to welcome you in our new web page. It is still under development. Soon you will find here everything about Know-Man.