Program

Chair of the day Rens de Jong

09.00    Start of the event
             - Opening demomarket
             - Exhibition 10 years Perspectief


09.30    Plenary session
             - Opening - Rens de Jong
             
             - We
lcome by Jaap Schouten, Chair Chair NWO domain Applied and
               Engineering Sciences (AES)


             - Nature Coast - Protecting Dutch Coast – An international success story
                Prof. Marcel Stive (TUDelft) and prof. Stefan Aarnikhof (Ecoshape)

             - 10 Years of Perspectief programme  - Building big consortia with big impact

10:30    Coffeebreak with barrista

10.45    Open Mind Contest 2018

10.45    Workshops researchers STW or TTW 
             - Effective Networking by Drs. Paulien Weikamp ElroyCom

             - Define your product by Dr. E. Cocheret de la Morinière ElroyCom

10.45    Workshops 
           
- Responsible Innovation: increase the societal success of your innovation
              by Dr. Merel Noorman, Tilburg University & Prof. dr. Peter-Paul Verbeek,
              University of Twente

                How do you bring about (technological) innovations that enjoy broad societal support?
                The NWO research approach Responsible Innovation (MVI), aims to do this by

                taking societal aspects (e.g. ethical, juridical, economical, psychological) into
                account in the design process. Learn how insights into societal issues can turn your
                innovation too into a success!

             - 
Realizing effective cooperation by Gert Poppe, CuinQ Consulting
           
 
Effective cooperation between different partners in a consortium, between different 
               organizations in a cooperative or different parties in a project is a challenge. And

               because these forms of collaboration are becoming more and more common,
               it is important to find out how real cooperation can actually be achieved, despite
               the differences.
 The Co-Opera game is a safe, accessible and fun way to experience
               in a short period of time how to obtain real cooperation between different departments,
               partners or organizations. Co-Opera addresses real issues that arise during the
               development of partnerships and consortia. Issues that often remain implicit, under
               the surface and that therefor can impede true cooperation. By experiencing during the
               game what these issues are and how you can influence the process of building
               partnerships, you will learn how to circumvent the most important pitfalls.


          - Workshop NWO domain AES future plans by Leon Gielgens of NWO

              -  A serious game for the biotechnology domain by Maria Freese, Simon
                Tiemersma, Heide Lukosch and Alexander Verbraeck - Delft University of
                Technology & Michelle Habets, Lilian van Hove - Rathenau Institute

                 In our T-TRIPP project, we aim to develop tools for the translation of risk research
                 into policies and practices for the biotechnological domain. One of these tools
                 will be a game for awareness, training and learning purposes; a serious game.
                Join us today to conduct a gamestorm.  

12.15    Lunch

13.30    Plenairy session 
            - Preparing for disease X: Technology meets public health by Prof. dr. Marion
              Koopmans, Stevin laureate 2018, head of the department of Virology

              at the Erasmus MC.  

            - Genetic enginering with CRISPR-Cas from RNA to R&D by Prof. dr. John
              van der Oost, Spinoza laureate 2018, leader of the Bacterial Genetics
              group in the Laboratory of Microbiology at Wageningen University.

          -  Introducing projects Perspectief programme 2018  by Dr. Bertholt
             Leeftink , Director-General Enterprise & Innovation (Ministry of
             Economic Affairs and Climate Policy (EZK))

          - Interactive panel – The right balance between content and application

15.00    Workshops researchers STW or TTW 
           
 - Workshop How to present for your usercommittee by Drs. Paulien
               
Weikamp Elroycom

             - Impact Conversations by Dr. E. Cocheret de la Morinière ElroyCom

15.00    Workshops 
           
 - 
Tips and Tricks to write successful NWO/TTW proposal by Christopher
               Keller Adviesbureau Galindo

                 
Are you planning to write a proposal for an NWO/TTW call? Do you want to
              know what to look out for when framing your project for this call?
              Then this workshop is for you! An experienced proposal writer will share
              his experience, tips and tricks to prepare you for writing your best
              NWO/TTW proposal


             - Start forming a consortium now: key to a successful scientific career
                 In this workshop, you will learn about the six main trends in the research (funding)
                     landscape in the Netherlands and the EU. The main trend is that more and more,
                     working in consortia is important for acquiring funding and advancing your scientific       

                     career. The network you need to form a consortium is not a network with only scientific
                     partners but should include many other type of partners. In this workshop, we will assist
                     you in defining and expanding your current network. With these insights you will be
                     one step closer to forming a consortium!


             - Applying new technologies in systems; the way we introduced photonics
               into our radio telescopes by Peter Maat

                  Technology innovation plays a prominent role in our present day society. Almost
                  every technology related company and institute works on some form of technology                                 
innovation. These innovation efforts range from small component and system                                            improvements to the development and introduction of breakthrough technologies.
                  Although these breakthrough technologies have a promise of enabling strong
                  improvements in the performance and functionality of a system, their introduction in
                  systems is often quite difficult.

                   In the workshop we focus on how to introduce novel technologies in systems taking
                 our case of how we introduce radically new integrated photonics technologies in the
                 latest radio telescope systems as a reference.

                  In case you like to know how we introduced photonics in radio telescopes or if you are
                  interested in technology innovation in general or if you work on a new technology yourself
                  and you want to know how to get that technology into systems and products, please visit us!

              -  A serious game for the biotechnology domain by Maria Freese, Simon
                Tiemersma, Heide Lukosch and Alexander Verbraeck - Delft University of
                Technology & Michelle Habets, Lilian van Hove - Rathenau Institute

                 In our T-TRIPP project, we aim to develop tools for the translation of risk research
                 into policies and practices for the biotechnological domain. One of these tools
                 will be a game for awareness, training and learning purposes; a serious game.
                Join us today to conduct a gamestorm.  

16.30    Plenary session
             - The future of Applied & Engineering Science - Interview prof. Jaap Schouten
               Chair NWO domain AES)

              - Open Mind winners 2017 and awarding ceremony Winners
                Open Mind Contest 2018

              - Get your research in the spotlight by Ionica Smeets (Leiden University)

17.20    Closing, drinks