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Luxembourg Foresight Phase 2 Aims, Process Expected Output Anette Braun / Karlheinz Steinmüller :  Luxembourg Foresight Phase 2 Aims, Process Expected Output Anette Braun / Karlheinz Steinmüller Content:  Content About us Aims and Idea Schedule and Methods Workshops and Reports Expected Output and Results About VDI- Future Technologies Division www.zukuenftigetechnologien.de :  About VDI- Future Technologies Division www.zukuenftigetechnologien.de FTD (German: ZTC) of the German Association of Engineers is active at the interface of the academic world, politics and industry and strongly involved in European and (inter)national foresight activities and metaanalyses of foresight issues: European Science and Technology Observatory, European Techno-Economic Policy Support Network, the European Foresight Monitoring Network, Regional Foresight in German border Regions, Regional Foresight Guide for Germany, Enlargement Futures, European Prospective Analyses 2020; EUROFORE, European Foresight Mapping Pilot Project, and many more... About Z_punkt The Foresight Company www.z-punkt.de :  About Z_punkt The Foresight Company www.z-punkt.de Z_punkt independent think tank and consultancy founded in 1997 offices at Essen, Karlsruhe & Berlin Clients: mainly major German corporations like Deutsche Telekom, BASF, Volkswagen, BMW, RWE, Siemens, GlaxoSmithKline German Ministries (Bund & Länder), European Commission Recent projects include a contribution to Platform Foresight 2003-01-3 of the European Commission “Emerging science and technology priorities in public research policies of the European countries, the US and Japan”. Networks: German Node of Millennium Project of the UN University Advisory Board of Finland Futures Academy Collège Européen de Prospective Territoriale de la DIACT (France) European Energy Technology Foresight Network EFOnet Aims and Idea of Luxembourg Foresight :  Aims and Idea of Luxembourg Foresight Aims Identification of a limited number of national priorities in public research (promising topics with future RTD potential) Identify how public research can address needs and demands of public, business, and society. Idea: Based on the input from Phase I: For each of the 6 fields identified in phase 1, an expert panel will meet twice in phase 2 of the Foresight provide thematic input papers for each workshop prepare and facilitate the workshops provide for the workshops´ output Schedule:  Schedule 10/06 11/06 12/06 01/07 03/07 02/07 Launch Event Stake- holder WS WS_1 WS_2 Question- naire Documentations Interim Report Final Report Documentations Input Papers Taking stock of L. research Identify challenges for L. economy & society Develop future visions: Realistic goals for L. research Research priorities Implementation issues Methods :  Methods Desk Research (on basis of Phase I input and additional analyses): State-of-the-art of the thematic fields Description of national and international context Definition of priority domains and their specific issues (technology performance matrix) Assessment of priority domains along key user oriented axes (society, industry/business, RTD) Assessment of priority domains against implementation/application feasibility (drivers and obstacles) Description of Research Priorities along (converging) domains First draft SWOT analysis: Strengths – Weaknesses – Opportunities –Threats 6 expert panels (interactive expert input from WS): Definition of needs and demands of Luxembourg public/business/society Refinement of SWOT analysis Possible and realistic goals (“vision”) within a 10 years time horizon Tentative prioritisation and Selection of Research Priorities Six Panels to Thematic Fields:  Six Panels to Thematic Fields Six thematic field (established in Phase 1) Environmental Sciences Information and Communication Technologies Physical Sciences and Engineering Law, Economy and Finance Life Sciences Social Sciences and Humanities Panel composition broad range of expertise on various aspects of the pertaining policy questions Researchers from L. public research Researchers from L. companies Stakeholders outside the public sector research community International experts Chair / Vice-Chair FNR supervisor Facilitators Agenda Stakeholder WS: “Luxembourg Demands”:  Ecology Politics Technology Economy Agenda Stakeholder WS: “Luxembourg Demands” Agenda Opening: Aims, Methodology Plenary session: Main challenges for Luxembourg Breakout session: Analyse aspects of main challenges Plenary session: Presentation and discussion of breakout session results Demands of Luxembourg society and business Results Main challenges for Luxembourg public / business / society with link to national policy context Challenges for Luxembourg Society Impacts of Ageing: ....... Migration Issues: ..... Healthcare..... ..... Concept of the Input Papers:  Concept of the Input Papers The Input Paper gives a state-of-the-art of the thematic field within the national and international context as derived from baseline report and OECD innovation study. It will serve as background documentation for the first set of expert workshops to be held in November and December 2006 (WS_1). Definition and national context of the thematic field (state-of-the-art) Definition of priority domains and their specific issues (technology performance matrix) Assessment of priority domains along key user oriented axes (society, industry/business, RTD) Assessment of priority domains against implementation/application feasibility (drivers and obstacles) International context and competition level Outlook: Inspirational Statements and Questions Agenda WS_1: “From Challenges to Lead Visions” :  Agenda WS_1: “From Challenges to Lead Visions” Agenda Input presentation: results of questionnaire & thematic field matrix Luxembourg needs and demands: Stakeholder views (from stakeholder WS) Brainstorming: SWOT analysis – identification of bottlenecks Future vision: brainstorming on “headlines 2016” (working groups) Prioritisation on the level of thematic field and sub-domains Results (per thematic field) SWOT matrix for thematic field Realistic goal (vision) for thematic field and sub-domains Tentative prioritisation ICT research in LUX Concept of the Interim Report:  Concept of the Interim Report The Interim report is based on thematic field analyses and results of the first expert workshop WS_1. It gives an overall SWOT analysis for Luxembourg and a ranking of the related priority domains with future potential. It will serve as background documentation for the second set of expert workshops to be held in January and February 2007 (WS_2). Definition and bounding of the domain(s) National and international context Needs and demands of Luxembourg public/business/society SWOT analysis Possible and realistic goals (“vision”) within a 10 years time horizon Tentative prioritisation Agenda WS_2: “Prioritisation & Implementation Issues” :  Agenda WS_2: “Prioritisation & Implementation Issues” Agenda Input: Results of other panels (summary) / Interim report / overall SWOT Definition of Research Priorities Development of elements for a road map of the thematic field Selection of research priorities Results (per thematic field) Research priorities Ideas for implementation issues and funding instruments ICT/ Domain Telecommunications Expected Results :  Expected Results Identification of a limited number of priorities in public research (promising topics with future RTD potential where budget increase is necessary) Identification how public research can address needs and demands of public, business, and society. Expected Outputs in the Final Report :  Expected Outputs in the Final Report The Final Report will focus the research priorities as derived from the previous work (reports and workshops). It shall integrate the users perspective and the application orientation. (A consolidated version of the interim report will be integrated.) Methodology Overview of Research Priorities - Definition of Research Priorities along users requirements - Definition of Research Priorities along (converging) domains Potential Priority axes (roadmap) for Luxembourg Description of national and international policy context (Lisbon etc) Implementation issues General conclusions Slide16:  Thank you very much for your attention

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