ASEAN-EU Science, Technology and Innovation Days 2016

SEA-EU-NET II organises the 3rd edition of ASEAN-EU STI Days from May 10-12 in Hanoi, Vietnam.

Section: Research Policy & Development

Date: 10. - 12. May 2016

The ASEAN-EU Science, Technology and Innovation Days are a forum style event, initiated by the European Commission’s 7th Framework Programme funded SEA-EU-NET II project. The 3rd edition of the ASEAN-EU STI Days 2016 will be organised in Hanoi, Vietnam, from May 10-12, 2016 (after Bangkok in 2014 and Paris in 2015). This year’s edition of the event will focus on presenting academic/industry collaborations in and between ASEAN and the EU in the context of common key societal challenges for both regions.

The ASEAN-EU STI Days bring together around 200-300 researchers, scientists, science policy makers, innovative companies, and other stakeholders from ASEAN and EU countries for a yearly three-day conference on science, technology, and innovation issues and bi-regional co-operation in these fields.The STI Days are open to all stakeholders in research, development and innovation. They provide an opportunity to build networks, to engage in exchanges on topics of common interest and to explore perspectives for new cooperation.

Mr Alexander Degelsegger, Mr Dietmar Lampert and Mr Philipp Brugner from ZSI are participating in this event and cover the following topics as part of the official agenda:

- Innovation framework conditions in relation to economic integration in ASEAN

- Analyses of the region’s increasing research and innovation output (publications, patents)

All information: Find out more on the detailled programme on the event website:

Your registration: If you consider participating in this bi-regional ASEAN-EU Science, Technology and Innovation event, please register via this link until April 11 at the latest! Registration is free of cost!

Type: Collaborative event (ZSI as co-organiser)

Organizer: NASATI - National Agency for Science and Technology Information (Vietnam)

Location: Melia Hotel, Hanoi

Contact: SEA-EU-NET II Coordinator: Ms Kimberly Couvson-Liebe from DLR, Germany (, NASATI contact: Mr Nguyen Minh Hoang from NASATI, Vietnam (


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