CETEF’22 is the international platform for discussion of the policy on the technological fields key for the succes of digital transformation.
- industrial research
- Wroclaw, Poland
- External event
- Wrocław University of Science and Technology Congress Centreul. Janiszewskiego 8, 50-372 Wroclaw, Poland
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The objective of the Central European Technology Forum (CETEF’22) is to create an international platform allowing for discussion of the European policy regarding the development of technical and technological fields which are decisive for the success of digital transformation - including European Commission’s New European Innovation Agenda.
The Central European Technology Forum is organised under the patronage of the European Parlaiment.
The aim of the Forum is to create an international platform for discussion on the European policy for further development of technical branches critical to effective digital transformation as well as facilitate networking to enable implementation of large European high-tech projects and present the potential of Polish technology and research in view of the EU funding programmes, in particular those pertaining to digital and energy transformation. CETEF’ww program is focusedon five thematic conferences in:
• development trends in automation and robotisation of the European industry
• breakthroughs in medtech
• novel biomedical technologies in diagnostics and therapy
• innovative technologies in non-ferrous metallurgy.
The most prominent guests to participate in the Forum will be Mariya Gabriel, acting as European Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth, Cristian-Silviu Busoi, Member of the European Parliment, Chair of the Industry, Research and Energy Committee, Peter Droell, acting as Director General for Research and Innovation of the European Commission, and Prof. Jerzy Buzek, Member of the European Parliment since 2004, former Prime Minister of Poland, former President of the Eruopean Parliment.
The participants of the Forum sessions will be stakeholders representing 17 countries of Central Europe including representatives of institutions, ministries and government agencies distributing and allocating funds for supporting digital transformation in the European economy.
The Central European Technology Forum (CETEF’22) is organized by: The Polish Chamber of Commerce for High Technology (IZTECH), Wrocław University of Science and Technology and The Polish Federation of Engineering Associations. The Chamber took an active role in the process of consultations for the European Commission’s New European Innovation Agenda.
Young Scientist Day organised by the Polish Association of Doctoral Candidates and Council of Young Scientists will be an accompanying event of the Forum.
The conference will take place on October 24-25 in Wrocław, Poland at the Wrocław University of Science and Technology.