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EuroIndia ICT Co-operation, 10 & 11 December 2009, New Delhi, India

December 10, 2009 – December 11, 2009


Showcasing the Mapping of Euro-India ICT Innovation

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“If ICT is to be considered as a new set of technologies then it is possible to conjecture that whatever happens in the ICT sector in terms of product, process or service delivery is innovation. There is some truth to this statement only if we still consider ICT only as a new and emerging industry.” - Mogens Kuehn Pedersen, Euro-India ICT Cooperation Coordinator

The Euro-India ICT Conference, 10-11 December, 2009, International Management Institute, New Delhi will inspire both the debate and research into ICT innovation from a perspective that assumes not only newness but also maturity.

Keynote speakers        

  • Daniele Smadja, Head of EC delegation to India (tbc)
  • Robin Williams, Director, Research Centre for Social Sciences, University of Edinburgh, UK
  • Sajid Mubashir, Director, Collaborative Automotive R&D, Technology Information, Forecasting & Assessment Council (TIFAC), India
  • Gérard Huet, Director of Research, Paris-Rocquencourt center, INRIA, France   
  • Ananth Krishnan, Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, Tata Consultancy Services, India
  • Javier Busquets, Director of Information Systems Department, ESADE Business School, Spain

Innovation in ICT needs to be as unique as any other technology requiring a persistent effort in understanding how innovation evolves, thus maximising benefit to the innovating entity and the users.
In order to achieve this it is imperative to address a number of issues which will be explored at the conference:
•    Specific challenges that innovators face in these economies
•    Mitigating factors to help innovators in emerging economies
•    Evolution of innovation in emerging economies
•    ICT innovation in relation to other types of innovation
•    Institutional and resource constraints that either hinder or provide opportunities for ICT innovation

The official EURO INDIA website has all the content related to the project, the past events, experiences and reflections that we have managed to gather over the past two years. You also find a brief presentation of the Euro India project there.

The project has carried out an exhaustive study on the Indian ICT R&D and Innovation landscape through a two-year knowledge mapping exercise. The conference will examine the results of this study.

A number of interviews from the study can be found below which offer valuable insight of innovation in India today.

Euro-India workshop in Chennai

Interview with Project manager for Euro-India

An interview with Mr Vivek Agwaral CEO and Founder liquid