The Australia-Japan Forum on The Innovation-Hub Ecosystem
Online and in-person event
29 & 30 Nov., 14:30-19:15 (ACDT) / 13:00-17:45 (JST)
A well-developed ecosystem for innovation has been an ongoing concern shared by Australian and Japanese policymakers, practitioners, and academics. While governments of both countries have made generous efforts in stimulating and commercialising new technologies via innovation hubs (e.g., science parks), outcomes of such efforts vary across hubs in different regions because physically stand-alone facilities may not be efficient and productive. We open a dialogue among policymakers, industries, and researchers to explore complementarity possibilities through a two-day dual-venue forum.
Registration for this two-day forum is free. Registrants can choose whether they would like to attend the forum online via Zoom or in person at the Adelaide Pavilion. For registrants attending online, a Zoom link will be sent to their registration email address. For registrants attending in person, a confirmation message will be sent to their registration email address and the COVID-19 hygiene regulation will be enforced at the venue accordingly. Please register for the first day AND the second day if you wish to attend both days.
Register for Day 1 (Monday, 29 November 2021): https://unisa.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_218hZz1kTmeTs2Xnuxe8Hw
Register for Day 2 (Tuesday, 30 November 2021): https://unisa.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_wHj4H2JsQOirfFtJiaclLQ
Details on the conference sessions are available below. Spots are limited, and, in order to maintain the security of this event, no last-minute registrations will be allowed—sign up today!