Climate-KIC - Business and Knowledge

Do you have ideas for how we can create an environmentally friendly and sustainable society? Are your ideas also commercially viable? Then the Climate-KIC Day on the 12 June is for you.
What is Climate-KIC?
  • Climate-KIC (Knowledge Innovation Community) is Europe’s largest publicprivate innovation partnership focused on climate change.
  • The community consists of dynamic companies, the best academic institutions and the public sector. Climate-KIC networks outstanding initiatives at the knowledge innovation nexus for climate.
  • Climate-KIC connects partners and delivers innovations to the market with the goal to deliver business opportunities with carbon reduction.
  • Chalmers University of Technology is the first Swedish partner in the Climate-KIC and during 2014/2015 the partnership will be expanded under the auspices of the Nordic CLC (co-location centre) into Sweden.
Why you should attend
  • Business - Climate-KIC connects you to leading academic institutions, students and researchers bringing their knowledge and commitment to innovation and commercialisation.
  • Society - Climate-KIC provides you with a platform and knowledge for ambitious climate driven transformations at the district and city scales.
  • Academia - Climate-KIC provides the possibility for you to work with other leading academic partners, businesses and society on pathfinder, innovation and flagship projects.
  • Students - Climate-KIC offers a European network of universities and research institutions. You can join summer schools, participate in lectures and workshops, as well as internships in leading international companies in the field of climate mitigation and adaptation.
Speakers
CEO Climate-KIC Mary Ritter
President of Chalmers Karin Markides
Mayor of Gothenburg Anneli Hulthén (early in the programme)
Business & Societal Leaders
Students, Innovators & Entrepreneurs


Programme Climate-KIC Gothenburg June12

Registration is closed. For questions, please contact Julia Franzén: julia.franzen@chalmers.se

Reed the interview with Greg Morrison about Climate-KIC and the event:
In Swedish
In English


Organizers are Professor Greg Morrison with colleagues at the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering in collaboration with Johanneberg Science Park.

Further information about Climate-KIC
Category
Location: Lindholmen Conference Centre, Lindholmspiren, Gothenburg
Starts: 12 June, 2014, 09:00
Ends: 12 June, 2014, 12:30

Published: Mon 05 May 2014. Modified: Wed 11 Jun 2014