PARALLEL SESSIONS PROGRAM www.tci2014.org Tuesday 11th 14:30 - 15:50 / Parallel Sessions 1 1.1 Common problems, common markets and shared value creation. ROOM A Moderator: Madeline Smith ROOM B Moderator: Joan Martí Carola Muschke Hamburg Aviation The EACP (European aerospace cluster partnership) Enric Pedros CLUSTER FEMAC ESCP Natureef - European Strategic Cluster Partnership for a natural resource efficient Europe – fostering solutions via cluster cooperation. Werner Pamminger Clusterland Upper Austria Andres Guimon Competitiveness Etienne Choupay Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso Alberto Pezzi ACCIÓ-Catalonia Government Cross-Cluster-Innovation The future is now. Share Value Creation: the Case of the Healthcare Industry in Barranquilla, Colombia. The Importance of the inter-organizational trust of the actors in a wine cluster as a distinguishing element for its competitiveness”. Cluster 0.0: Back to Basic. Juan Pablo Zanlungo Universidad de Chile Pavla Bruskova Tomas Bata University & National Cluster Association-CZ Salmon industry in Chile: an industrial resilience case?. Claudia Milena Vaca Bogota Chamber of Commerce The Bogota Chamber of Commerce Cluster Initiative: a mechanism to promote shared value. Carlos Tarrason Collado Cluster consulting Shared value creation in the coffee industry in Minas Gerais (MG), Brazil. Richard Walker TCI Network Oceania Enrique Díaz Moreno Businessfokus (Untitled). IP Management in Industry Clusters. The Cluster’s competitiveness perceived by Stakeholders. Indexfokus: The methodology for evaluation of the perceived competitiveness. Academic 1. The role of clusters in creating shared value. ROOM C Moderator: Emily Wise Elvira Naranjo EGAP Gobierno y Política Pública Sandra Dijk University Leipzig Saidi Flores EGAP-ITESM Judith Cortés UPAEP-Sintonía Artemisa Gomez Garcia Instituto Tecnologico Superior de Tepeaca Zbigniew Bochniarz University of Washington The influence of economic clusters performance in the competitiveness of Nuevo Leon. The Clustermanagement as an incubator for Service Innovation. Methodology for Identifying Potential Stakeholders of a Cluster.The Case of Aerospace Industry in Mexico. Sintonía, a main actor creating shared value in Puebla, México. Vegetable Cluster ITSTEPEACA. The Role of Clusters in Creating Shared Value. PARALLEL SESSIONS PROGRAM www.tci2014.org Tuesday 11th 16:10 - 17:30 / Parallel Sessions 2 2.1. Cluster as a tool to create global innovation winners and increase competitiveness. ROOM A Moderator: Jaime Acevedo Christoph Beer ICT Cluster Bern, Switzerland Espen Warland Innovation Norway Electro Mobility as a tool for regional development and clusters. Bersier Jacques Science and Technology Center of the Canton of Fribourg Fostering Competitiveness through transnational cluster. Joep Brouwers Brainport Development Brainport Industries Cooperation a rather typical cluster. Rene Tonnisson Smart City Lab Global Innovation Winners, Collaboration Project for NCE Clusters in Norway. How Can Small Countries Use Clusters to Compete on Global Level: The case of Estonian smart city lab cluster initiative. 2.2. Cluster implementation in different parts of the world. ROOM B Moderator: Víctor Salazar Jose Vicente Mogollón The Cluster Competitiveness Group How to maximize implementation of cluster initiatives: the role of government and the importance of capacity building:The case of Colombia (2010-2014). Marco Llinás / Alejandro Caicedo Red Cluster Colombia Colombian Cluster Network (“Red Cluster Colombia” - RCC) and Colombia’s cluster development efforts. Evgeniy Kutsenko Higher School of Economics (Russia) Trust in society and cluster program design in Russia. Marc Papell CLUSTER DEVELOPMENT COLOMBIA Differences between clusters in America and the rest of the world. Ulrich Harmes-Liedtke PTB and Mesopartner The role of Quality Infrastructure Cluster Competitiveness. Academic 2. Industrial trends, innovation and the cluster ecosystems. ROOM C Moderator: Amado Villarreal Geunwoo Ryu / Byoungki Kim Keimyung University/Shiga University A feasible connectivity on industrial clusters between Dae Gyung in South Korea and Osaka Regional areas in Japan. Francisco Gasca Sánchez EGAP ITESM High Tech Clusters in Urban Areas: Localization and Geographical Nearness with Universities in the Metropolitan Area of Monterrey. Teresa Paiva Instituto Politecnico da Guarda Innovation and knowledge transference in a cluster user driven innovation perspective–the Inovcluster experience. Daniel Covarrubias Orkestra-Basque Institute of Competitiveness Promoting Cross--Border Inter--clustering:The case of the Aquitaine–Euskadi Euroregion. John Hobbs Department of Management and Enterprise, Cork Institute of Technology Visualisation of Linkages in Networked Clusters (V-LINC): Analysis of the ICT Cluster Ecosystem in Cork, Ireland. Juan Carlos Sosa Giraldo Consultor Investigador Innovative Cluster. PARALLEL SESSIONS PROGRAM www.tci2014.org Wednesday 12th 14:30 - 15:50 / Parallel Sessions 3 3.1. Cluster implementation in different parts of the world. ROOM A Moderator: Hans Eirik Melandsø Manuel Montoya Cluster Automotriz de Nuevo Leon Gaute Moldestad The Industrial Development Corporation of Norway The role of a national Norwegian infrastructure of innovation companies in cluster development and operation. Luis Ramis Cluster Development Lessons from more than a decade of policy clusters: Medellin (Antioquia) and Barcelona (Catalonia). Adolfo Moreno Medellin Chamber of Commerce Tiyan Shen Ines Sagrario Building a gold label cluster in Mexico: The Automotive Cluster of Nuevo Leon. The case of Medellin Health City. Cluster management in China. Competitiveness Cluster-based regional development programs in Latin America and Europe: Failures, successes and lessons learned for the future. 3.2 Topics on New Cluster Trends. ROOM B Moderator: Enric Pedrós Jaime Quesado CEIIA - Cluster of Mobility David Fernández Terreros Competitiveness Juul Thit Xavier Ginesta Clusters and reindustrialization. Clusters, FDI policies and competitiveness in the light of RIS3: The Basque Country case. Design for clusters and clusters for design. University of Vic Building cluster brands: Methodological bases for its definition and conceptualization. Academic 3. The evolution of clusters: From the competitive advantage of nations to the cluster initiatives Greenbook 2.0. ROOM C Moderator: Jaime Echeverri Ulrich Harmes-Liedtke Mesopartner Elisabet Juan Tresserra Freelance Emily Wise IEC/Research Policy Group at Lund University Scott Dempwolf Dempwolf University of Maryland Armando Peña Castro Simon Bolivar University Is cluster promotion an obvious or complex endeavor? The evolution of cluster policies in Europe from regions to cluster organizations: The cluster trap. Clusters and innovation ecosystems – same-same, or different? The emergence of regional clusters and the role of innovation as a primary driver of economic growth. Key success factors on footwear agglomerations. PARALLEL SESSIONS PROGRAM www.tci2014.org Wednesday 12th 16:10 - 17:30 / Parallel Sessions 4 4.1. New Cluster Policies and Cluster Evaluation. ROOM A Moderator: Alberto Pezzi Hans Eirik Melandsø Innovation Norway Madeline Smith Institute of Design Innovation, Glasgow School of Art Frederic Miribel Invest in Lyon Lorena Rivera Leon Technopolis Group John Hobbs Cork Institute of Technology Emily Wise Lund University Introducing the new Norwegian cluster program Cluster evaluation working group: Collating expertise and evidencing cluster value. 15 years of Clusters and Pole de Compétitivité in France: Evaluation of a bottom-up and top-down approach. Approaches to cluster policies and evaluation: Evidence from EU initiatives in the last 10 years. Visualisation of Linkages in Networked Clusters (V-LINC): Analysis of the Biopharma Cluster Ecosystem in Cork, Ireland. Evaluating the human element in clusters. 4.2. Topics on New Cluster Trends. ROOM B Moderator: Carlos Tarrasón Zbigniew Bochniarz University of Wahington Industrial trends, innovation and cluster ecosystems. Lotte Langkilde / Louise Fenger Danish Cluster Academy David meets Goliath: Collaboration between entrepreneurs and large corporations in clusters. Ruiz Antonio TASO Project Future | Berlin’s Senate Department for Economics, Technology and Research/ Cross innovation: How collaboration with creative clusters boosts other business. Nadine Barthel Joan Martí Estévez Getting long-term sustainable clusters through cluster incubators’ support. ACCIÓ-Catalonia Government Attraction, retention and professionalization of cluster managers. 4.3 Topics on new cluster trends. ROOM C Moderator: Ted Lyman Éva Skultéti Pharmapolis Debrecen Innovative Pharmaceutical Cluster Ilaria Massari Politecnico di Milano University - CESVIN Innovation Center Tomas Mejia/Jaime Echeverri Hungarian best way: From the cluster definition to the world class cluster. Sectors. What is cross innovation? World-class cluster born on reindustrialization of the settlement of Olivetti. Cluster ecosystem, innovation and sustainability: The case of Medellin. Cecilia Johansson Vinnova An effort to strengthen national growth through cross-clustering. Jose Martinez [email protected] Clustering small IT companies to attend a big market.
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