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How to steer and accelerate Europe’s recovery, preparedness and resilience through European research and innovation collaborations.

Cross-border research and innovation collaborations will play a key role in Europe´s recovery following the COVID-19 pandemic. During the spring of 2021 most of the new programmes under the financial perspective 2021-2027 are issuing the first calls including Horizon Europe.

The University Alliance Stockholm Trio, formed by the three most research-intensive universities in Stockholm; Karolinska Institutet, KTH Royal Institute of Technology and Stockholm University, and the local and regional authorities in the Stockholm Region have together an extensive collaboration with important actors and users in the region, as well as at national and European level.

During this webinar we will discuss how to steer and accelerate Europe’s recovery, preparedness and resilience through European research and innovation collaborations. Representatives from the region will present research and innovation collaboration projects which focus on areas in line with the EU-priority to ’accelerate the twin green and digital transitions and associated transformation of our economy, industry and society’ as well as Europe´s recovery following the COVID-19 pandemic.

The speakers will include Jean Eric Paquet, Director General, DG Research and Innovation, European Commission, Anna König Jerlmyr, Mayor of Stockholm and Chair of the Stockholm Region Association for European Affairs, and Sigbritt Karlsson, President of KTH Royal Institute of Technology and Chair of Stockholm Trio.
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Thank you for your participation in our digital event 8 June!

To read more about the invited speakers and see their Powerpoints, follow the links below;

- Speakers
- Programme

If you would like to see the recording of the event and read a summary, follow the links below;

- Part 1
- Part 2
- Summary

Stockholm Trio have recently established an office in Brussels in the premises of the Stockholm Region EU Office. Together they received more funding from Horizon 2020 than any other university in the EU. With the Brussels office, Stockholm trio wants to be more present at the European arena and reinforce its role as a contributor to European research and innovation.

If you have any questions about the event, please contact Dan Andrée, Brussels representative of the Stockholm trio, dan.andree@ki.se, +32 477 500 707 or + 46 70 763 1408

Stockholm Trio

forms a comprehensive academic university alliance of international model and entails, among other things, opportunities to develop new educational programmes, collaborate on research and research infrastructure and enter into partnerships with leading international universities. Stockholm Trio is also very much engaged in policy discussions at EU-level, concerning the future of ERA and the EEA, as well as contributing to the debate on the Global approach to be presented by the Commission this spring. At national level, Stockholm Trio conducts more than 30 percent of all academic research and postgraduate education in Sweden.
 

Stockholm Region EU Office

serves as a representation office for the Stockholm metropolitan region and brings together local and regional authorities in the Stockholm Region Association for European Affairs, where the City of Stockholm, Region Stockholm and STORSTHLM (a non-profit organisation formed by and for Stockholm County’s 26 municipalities) are founding partners. Together they are committed to contribute to the development and formation of EU policy for smart sustainable growth, including by participating in the EU research and innovation program. The Stockholm Region is today a European hub for research and innovation and the region aims to become the world´s most innovation driven economy by 2025.