The European Sport Ecosystem

Sports Tech Transfer and R&D Summit

Connecting Science, Policy, Business & Practise in Sport

Date: Thursday 25th & Friday 26th October 2018

Location: Ghent, Belgium

Organised by: Pinnacle, Ghent University - Victoris, EPSI: European Platform for Sport Innovation

Register

The European Sport Ecosystem

Sports Tech Transfer and R&D Summit

Connecting Science, Policy, Business & Practise in Sport

Date: Thursday 25th & Friday 26th October 2018

Location: Ghent, Belgium

Organised by: Pinnacle, Ghent University - Victoris, EPSI: European Platform for Sport Innovation

Register

The European Sport Ecosystem

Sports Tech Transfer and R&D Summit

Connecting Science, Policy, Business & Practise in Sport

Date: Thursday 25th & Friday 26th October 2018

Location: Ghent, Belgium

Organised by: Pinnacle, Ghent University - Victoris, EPSI: European Platform for Sport Innovation

Register

The European Sport Ecosystem

Sports Tech Transfer and R&D Summit

Connecting Science, Policy, Business & Practise in Sport

Date: Thursday 25th & Friday 26th October 2018

Location: Ghent, Belgium

Organised by: Pinnacle, Ghent University - Victoris, EPSI: European Platform for Sport Innovation

Register

The European Sport Ecosystem

Sports Tech Transfer and R&D Summit

Connecting Science, Policy, Business & Practise in Sport

Date: Thursday 25th & Friday 26th October 2018

Location: Ghent, Belgium

Organised by: Pinnacle, Ghent University - Victoris, EPSI: European Platform for Sport Innovation

Register
Welcome to Sports Tech Transfer and R&D Summit
Organized by Pinnacle, Ghent University-Victoris and EPSI (European Platform for Sport Innovation) the Sports Tech Transfer and R&D Summit, embedded in a political momentum aims to promote knowledge exchange between academia and industry, to strengthen the cooperation and transfer of innovations from research labs into industrial exploitation in the field of sports. It will encourage commercialization of innovative technologies developed at public and private research organizations and promote cooperation between research organizations and development groups in the sports sector. This tech transfer will ultimately boost cross regional business exploitation and promote collaboration.

 

Speakers
Iris Cordoba Mondejar

General Manager, Global Sports Innovation Center

Assoc. Prof Martin Carlsson-Wall

Director, Center for Sports & Business, Stockholm School of Economics

Federico Eichberg

Advisor Trade Policy Unit – Permanent Representation of Italy to the EU & Senior Vice President, SS Lazio

Alberto Bichi

Executive Director, European Platform for Sport Innovation (EPSI)

Sponsors & Supporting Organisations