Ministers will focus their discussions on the interim evaluation of Horizon 2020 and the future of European research and innovation funding. As research and innovation create conditions for development and growth in all policy areas, it is a discussion of the future of Europe.
In this context, we want to build a case for securing ambitious investments in research and innovation. In the discussions of the next Framework Programme, we want to contribute to the creation of a simpler and more coherent funding programme.
Journalists can find information about accreditation on the Presidency accreditation page.
After selecting their preferred meetings, they will receive an accreditation confirmation via email, which must be presented with their ID at the accreditation desk in the press centre when collecting their badge.
It is recommended to register for accreditation as soon as possible. The possibilities for last-minute accreditations are limited and could include delays.
Accreditation badges can be collected at the press centre of the Tallinn Creative Hub.
Arrivals and doorstep at Tallinn Creative Hub (Kultuurikatel)
Session 1: Impact and value of research: providing rationale for investing in research and innovation
- Welcome address by Mailis Reps, Estonian Minister for Education and Research
- Introduction by Carlos Moedas, European Commissioner for Research, Science and Innovation
- Presentation by Pascal Lamy, President Emeritus, Jacques Delors Institute
- Presentation by Heikki Mannila, President, Academy of Finland
- Round table discussion
- Closing remarks by Carlos Moedas and Mailis Reps
Lunch for Heads of Delegations
Keynote by Taavet Hinrikus, chairman and co-founder of TransferWise
Session 2: Increased coherence and openness of EU research and innovation partnerships
Press Conference with Mailis Reps and Carlos Moedas
Tallinn Creative Hub (Kultuurikatel)
Tallinn Creative Hub (Kultuurikatel), Põhja pst 27a, Tallinn 10415, Estonia