On 22 September, EDI researcher Krišjānis Nesenbergs participated in the VI International Economic Forum “OPEN INNOVATION: from the Creativity of the Individual to an Innovative Science-Based Economy”.

On the second day of the Forum, which took place on 21 and 22 September, K. Nesenbergs gave a presentation on ” Innovations for Silver Economy in Institute of Electronics and Computer Science “, followed by a discussion on the topic.

Krišjānis Nesenbergs

The aim of the VI International Economic Forum is to analyse the role of human creativity and the potential of international ecosystems for the development of open innovations, as well as to present the world’s best practices and evidence-based, practical solutions to achieve a higher level of well-being in our globalised society.

The successful practice of five previous Economic Forums is continuing, that the Forum serves as a platform for the exchange of experience and cooperation of scientists, entrepreneurs, and politicians, stimulating the entry of local and foreign investment and the development of an innovative economy in the long term.