Regione Lombardia has appointed the 10 experts on technological and scientific advances with an impact on innovation of the society and the economy
With the resolution of the Regional Council of November 21, 2022, the 10 experts have been appointed for the Regional Forum for Research and Innovation, an independent scientific organization with advisory, propositional and informative functions.
The members of the Regional Forum were selected by a technical assessment committee, composed of experts in matters relating to regional policies on research and innovation, from the names that responded to the International Call launched by the Lombardy Region in January 2022.
The Forum remains in office for 3 years. It meets at least 4 times a year, including by telematic means. Its activities will start on January 01, 2023 until December 31, 2025.
The ten experts will support Regione Lombardia in policy making relating to research and innovation, in areas such as:
RRI, Responsible Research and Innovation; STS, Science and Technologies Studies; Public Communication of Science; Participative and deliberative methods; Public Engagement; Social innovation; Social impact and social impact assessment; Sociology of risk; Sociology of science; Technology assessment and governance; Open Innovation; Open science; Open Data; Data Ethics; Bioethics; Education; Law applied to new technologies; Sustainable Development; Technology Transfer.
MEMBERS OF THE REGIONAL FORUM
Director of Research, Development and Knowledge Transfer at the University of Applied Science and Arts of Southern Switzerland - SUPSI (CH).
Lecturer at University of Liverpool (UK) with expertise in the use of technology for teaching and learning.
Full Professor at Politecnico di Milano, high scientific professionalism in the aerospace field, national expert for MUR in Cluster 4, Digital Industry and Space.
Full Professor of Fundamentals of Chemistry for Technologies, Department of Chemistry, Materials, and Chemical Engineering “Giulio Natta”, Politecnico di Milano.
IUSS Rector, expert in industrial bioengineering, industrial properties and public research valorization.
Director of the Institute of molecular bioimaging and physiology (IBFM) of the CNR and National Representative of Cluster 6 of the Horizon Europe Program 2021-2027.