São Paulo School of Advanced Science on Science Diplomacy and Innovation Diplomacy


InnSciD SP will gather representatives from the private sector, governments, universities, and international organisations, who will present theory and case studies about innovation and science diplomacy.

Graduate students from any nationality and areas of knowledge will, on a competitive basis, be able to participate.

With FAPESP funding, the School is organized by the Institute of International Relations of the University of São Paulo (IRI/USP), in partnership with the Institute of Advanced Studies (IEA/USP)

  • Institution

    Instituto de Relações Internacionais - IRI / USP

  • Field of Knowledge

    interdisciplinary

  • Academic Director

    Amâncio Jorge Silva Nunes de Oliveira

  • Grant Number

    2018/16900-4

  • Date

    2019-08-21 to 2019-08-30

  • Registration Deadline

    closed

  • Site

    https://innscidsp.com/

  • City

    São Paulo

  • Keywords

    Diplomacy, international relations, trade, barriers, diaspora, innovation networks, intelectual property

  • Program Hide

    Science Diplomacy Trail

    Day 1 Wednesday – 21 August

    09h30 – 11h00

    Opening Ceremony

    11h00 – 11h30

    Coffee Break

    11h30 – 13h00

    Science Diplomacy: Basic Concepts and Key Issues
    Prof. Pierre-Bruno Ruffini, University of Le Havre

    13h00 – 14h30

    Lunch

    14h30 – 16h00

    The origins of Science Diplomacy: historical considerations
    Prof. Simone Turchetti, University of Manchester

    16h00 – 16h30

    Coffee Break

    16h30 – 18h00

    Bilateral scientific cooperation – the case of Brazil
    Sec. Luis Fernando Corrêa da Silva Machado, Head of the Division of Technological Promotion I, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Brazil

      

    Day 2 Thursday – 22 August

    09h30 – 11h00

    Science and Regional Cooperation (panel)

    11h00 – 11h30

    Coffee Break

    11h30 – 13h00

    Science in the Climate Change regime – Academic perspective
    Prof. Eduardo Viola (UnB)

    13h00 – 14h30

    Lunch

    14h30 – 16h30

    Practical activity: developing a national science diplomacy strategy
    Center for International Negotiations Studies (Caeni/USP)

    16h30 – 17h00

    Coffee Break

    17h00 – 18h30

    Science Diplomacy, a debate
    Prof. Simone Turchetti, University of Manchester
    Prof. Pierre-Bruno Ruffini, University of Le Havre
    Prof. Eliezer Rabinovich, Hebrew University Jerusalem


    Day 3
    Friday – 23 August

    09h30 – 11h00

    Science in International Trade – Technical Barriers to Trade and Sanitary and Phitosanitary measures

    11h00 – 11h30

    Coffee Break

    11h30 – 13h00

    Data at the centre of international affairs
    Prof. Simone Turchetti, University of Manchester

    13h00 – 14h30

    Lunch

    14h30 – 16h30

    Practical activity: developing a national science diplomacy strategy
    Center for International Negotiations Studies (Caeni/USP)

    16h30 – 17h00

    Coffee Break

    17h00 – 18h30

    Science for Diplomacy – the SESAME project
    Prof. Dr Eliezer Rabinovich, Hebrew University Jerusalem


    Day 4
    Saturday – 24 August

    09h00 – 12h00

    Field visit to Sirius – Brazil’s 4th generation synchrothon light source in Campinas-SP (to be confirmed).

    13h00 – 15h00

    Lunch

    15h00 – 18h00

    Field visit to Embraer’s technology development center in in São José dos Campos-SP (to be confirmed).


    Day 5
    Sunday – 25 August

    09h00 – 12h00

    Sightseeing in São Paulo (optional)

    Innovation Diplomacy Trail


    Day 6
    Monday – 26 August

    09h30 – 11h00

    Innovation Diplomacy: an introduction
    Sec. Pedro Ivo Ferraz da Silva, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Brazil

    11h00 – 11h30

    Coffee Break

    11h30 – 13h00

    International innovation ecosystems
    Prof. Charles Weiss, Georgetown University

    13h00 – 14h30

    Lunch

    14h30 – 16h30

    Negotiating session of the “São Paulo Conceptual Framework of Innovation Diplomacy”

    16h30 – 17h00

    Coffee Break

    17h00 – 18h30

    The Internet Governance regime – an overview (panel)


    Day 7
    Tuesday – 27 August

    09h30 – 11h00

    Foreign Direct Investment in R&D – the case of multinationals in Brazil (panel)
    Mr Ronald Dauscha, Fraunhofer Gesellschaft, São Paulo
    Moderator: Prof. Ary Plonski

    11h00 – 11h30

    Coffee Break

    11h30 – 13h00

    The multilateral Intellectual Property regime – a government perspective

    13h00 – 14h30

    Lunch

    14h30 – 16h30

    Negotiating session of the “São Paulo Conceptual Framework of Innovation Diplomacy”

    16h30 – 17h00

    Coffee Break

    17h00 – 18h30

    Internationalization of technology firms – Competitiveness and Employment
    Prof Charles Weiss, Georgetown University

     
    Day 8 Wednesday – 28 August

    09h30 – 11h00

    International Technology Transfer in offset agreements – the Grippen case of SAAB and EMBRAER
    Mr Magnus Ahlström, SAAB (to be confirmed)
    Armando Carbonari (Diretor de Empresas para soluções de Defesa).

    11h00 – 11h30

    Coffee Break

    11h30 – 13h00

    Internationalization of technology firms (panel)

    13h00 – 15h00

    Lunch

    14h30 – 16h30

    Negotiating session of the “São Paulo Conceptual Framework of Innovation Diplomacy”

    16h30 – 17h00

    Coffee Break

    17h00 – 18h30

    International networks of innovation ecosystems (Panel)
    Prof Amba Pande, Jawaharlal Nehru University, India
    Prof Antônio Botelho, IUPERJ.


    Day 9
    Thursday – 29 August

    09h30 – 11h00

    Attracting Foreign Direct Investment in R&D (panel)
    Ms Suzane Buzon, IDA Ireland
    Moderator: Prof. Moacyr Martucci, Vice-Director, IRI-USP

    11h00 - 11h30

    Coffee Break

    11h30 - 13h00

    The role of diasporas in the development of national high-tech industries
    Prof Amba Pande, Jawaharlal Nehru University, India
    Moderator: Prof Elizabeth Balbachevsky, IRI-USP

    13h00 – 14h30

    Lunch

    14h30 – 16h30

    Negotiating session of the “São Paulo Conceptual Framework of Innovation Diplomacy”

    16h30 – 17h00

    Coffee Break

    17h00 – 18h30

    The future of Innovation Diplomacy
    Prof. Jos Leijten, Joint Institute of Innovation Policy (to be confirmed).

     
    Day 10 Friday – 30 August

    09h30 – 11h00

    Presentation of the “São Paulo Conceptual Framework of Innovation Diplomacy”

    11h00 – 11h30

    Coffee Break

    11h30 – 13h00

    Closing ceremony

     

    ORGANIZATION COMMITTEE

    Amâncio Jorge de Oliveira (Executive Coordinator)
    Pedro Ivo Ferraz (Executive Coordinator)
    Alberto Pfeifer
    Elizabeth Balbachevsky
    Guilherme Ary Plonski
    Janina Onuki
    Luis Fernando Corrêa da Silva Machado
    Moacyr Martucci Jr.
     

    LOCAL COMMITTEE

    Amanda Rodrigues
    Antônio Cavalcante
    Gabriela Coelho Ferreira
    João Paulo Cândia Veiga
    Marco Antônio Loschiavo
    Tato Carbonaro
     

    ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT

    Bruno Silva
    Vanessa Munhoz