DataBio final stakeholder event
Data-driven Bioeconomy: from Field to Fork
12th of December 2019 at the Polyfunctional theatre ANCHE CINEMA (http://www.anchecinema.com/)
Corso Italia, 112, 70123 Bari (BA), Italy.
The event is promoted by DataBio, the largest H2020 project working on Big Data and Bioeconomy to improve bioeconomy, supporting the development and delivery of novel services and technologies in Agriculture, Fishery and Forestry.
DataBio is a lighthouse project focused on bioeconomy and driven by the development, use and evaluation of 26 pilots covering agriculture (13), forestry (7) and fishery (6). The pilots aim to contribute to the production of the best possible raw materials from the 3 sectors to improve the output of food, energy and biomaterials, responsibly and sustainably.
During the DataBio final stakeholder event you will be able to join:
- Networking coffee and city visit – to find potential partners and customers for developing your own project ideas and business
- Presentation of the project DataBio, in terms of: Project big picture, Platform and Pilots presentation, main results with focus on Agriculture Pilot scenarios
- Networking with other EU projects in the bioeconomy domain, sponsoring the event: DEMETER (GA n°720714), KARMA2020 (GA n°723268), BIOPEN (GA n°745719)
- Open discussions to provide your feedback and inputs, directing tools and services development during the project.
The event represent an excellent opportunity to enjoy one of the oldest Italian cities, while establishing business relationships and join Big EU funded projects to support your business.
|10:30||Event registration and coffee break|
|11:00 – 11:15||Welcome & Agenda||Roberto Russo (CiaoTech/PNO)|
|11:15 – 11:30||Project big picture and main results||Thanasis Poulakidas (Intrasoft)|
|11:30 – 11:45||Platform presentation||Caj Södergård (VTT)|
|11:45 – 12:00||Agriculture pilots||Karel Charvat (Lesprojekt)|
|12:00 – 12:30||Panel Debate: bioeconomy scenarios||Ephrem Habyarimana (CREA)|
|12:30 – 14:00||DataBio tasting experience by Gambero Rosso: local cuisine with excellent local products selected according to criteria of high quality, typicality / biodiversity.|
|14:00 – 18:00||Guided tour|
▪ Basilica of San Nicola
▪ Museo Nicolaiano
▪ alleys of the old town
stops at small shops where typical local dishes are prepared
|18:00||Final show cooking and tasting experience by Gambero Rosso Academy chefs, the world’s authority on Italian food, wine and travel. Food pairings with local wines by Gambero Rosso sommeliers|
more information: www.databio.eu