Centre of Excellence in Science and Technology for Healthy Ageing (HEALTH-TECH)


Project no.: 664339
Project website: http://health-tech-centre.org/

Project description:

In order to both solve the medical needs of ageing-populations in Europe, and develop an innovative ecosystem beneficial for the economy of Lithuania, it is proposed to foster the whole innovation chain in the area of healthy ageing – from fundamental research through to the introduction of new products and services to the market – by creating in Lithuania a world-class Centre of Excellence (CoE) in science and technology for healthy ageing, named HEALTH-TECH.
The long-term vision for HEALTH-TECH is to:
– Become the leading provider of innovative medical solutions for the improvement of the health of ageing-populations in Europe,
– Consolidate research and development, education and training, and networking and promotion resources activities in the area of healthy ageing,
– Coordinate, integrate and support research excellence and innovation development in Lithuania, the Baltic Sea region, and Europe,
– Support researchers, physicians, and entrepreneurs in the field of healthy ageing science, technology and biotechnology to produce innovations beneficial for the society and economy of Lithuania and beyond.

Project funding:

The EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation “Horizon 2020”

Project results:

Such results are going to be achieved during the project implementation:
– Launched the governance, management and administrative structures and processes of the CoE;
– Built the open research capacity and capabilities of the CoE;
– Built the open innovation capacity and capabilities of the CoE;
– Established and operate the ethics, quality and risk management structures and processes of the CoE;
– Developed international research and innovation networks, and disseminate the CoE’s results

Period of project implementation: 2015-06-30 - 2016-05-31

Project coordinator: Kaunas University of Technology

Project partners: Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Vilnius University, Lund University

Asta Pundzienė

2015 - 2016

School of Economics and Business

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