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Management and participation bodies

The involvement of the Valencian Innovation System (SVI) agents in the Valencian Innovation Agncy (Agència Valenciana de la Innovació - AVI) is articulated through its bodies:

Boards of Directors

Governing body with representatives from the Generalitat, the universities, the Spanish National Research Council, the network of technology institutes, business organisations and trade unions. 
Some of its key functions involve approving grants for innovation projects of a strategic nature.
People integrating the Board of Directors

Valencian Innovation Council (Consejo Valenciano de la Innovación - CVI)

The collegial body that supports and advises the Board of Directors and the Agency’s single-person bodies. Most components of the Innovation System participate and have an active voice in this council. 
They come from the three areas: academic or scientific, technological and business, as well as the public administration, as a guarantor of the general interest. In particular, they will contribute with a valuable input for the improvement of the production model..
People integrating the Valencian Innovation Council.

Strategic Innovation Committee (Comité Estratégico de Innovación - CEI)

The higher consultative body of a scientific, technological and business nature supporting the Board of Directors. Its main purpose is to suggest specific action programmes and strategies that contribute to improve the System through an effective mobilisation of the existing capabilities with a greater potential for use.
The 45 members of this Committee are elected by the members of the Valencian Innovation Council, with an even ratio of scientists, technologists and business people. The committee meets once every six months.
People integrating the Strategic Innovation Committee.

The Strategic Committee identifies and monitors the Specialised Strategic Innovation Committees (Comités Estratégicos de Innovación Especializados - CEIE), which must provide individual solutions for each challenge presented by the CEI. Likewise, they will have the technical resources and budgetary support from the AVI for any actions required to suggest solutions to the opportunities presented.



Specialised Strategic Innovation Committees (CEIEs)

These are the specialised groups of the Strategic Committee of Innovation (CEI) accountable for offering a successful response to each of the challenges of the productive fabric with ground breaking technological solutions. For 2019, the Coordinating body of the Strategic Committee of Innovation (CEI) has established two new priority areas, sustainable habitat and emergencies, in addition to health, agri-food, enabling technologies, automotive industry and sustainable mobility and circular economy.
Alongside with working on innovations, the working groups, integrated by scientists, entrepreneurs and technologists, aim to identify those agents of the Valencian Innovation System (SVI) enabled for its development, define necessary actions for its implementation within companies and propose tools and incentives to maximise its impact.

Emergencies

Universitat Politècnica de València, albeit counting with three other scientists: José Ángel Berná (Universitat d'Alacant), Sergio García-Nieto (Universitat Politècnica de València) and Ángela Sanjuán (Universitat d'Alacant). For its part, Vicente Blanes (Aitex), Mercedes Sanchís (IBV) y Cristina Llobell (Inescop) represent the Technology Institutes on the Committee. Likewise, the productive fabric, with the endorsement of the Valencia Business Confederation (CEV), provides three representatives: Roberto Guzmán (Robotnik), Ignacio Llopis (IoTSens) y Miguel Juan, (S2 Grupo). The Valencian Agency for Security and Emergency Response (AVSRE) contributes with its expertise as coordinating body under the Autonomous administration and two members, Miguel Mollá and Manuela Roldán.

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Sustainable Habitat 

Coordinated by Royo Group’s managing director, the committee, has a broad scientific representation, personified in Antonio Gallardo, (Universitat Jaume I), Francisco Flórez y Víctor Echarri (Universidad de Alicante); y José Miguel Corberán y Juan José Moragues (Universitat Politècnica de València). Conversely, Vicente Blanes (AITEX), Rosa María Pérez (AIDIMME), Vicente Lázaro (ITC), represent Technology Institutes, and Begoña Serrano attends on behalf of the Instituto Valenciano de la Edificación (IVE), a foundation integrated by the Conselleria de Vivienda, Obras Públicas y Vertebración del Territorio together with the main public sector bodies. Lastly, the business eyesight is ensured with the attendance of Luis Hernández (Grespania), Carlos Muñoz (Becsa) y Gustavo Valbuena (Actiu)

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Health

It’s coordinated by María Jesús vicent, scientist at the Principe Felipe Research Center (CIPF) with participation of scientists María Isabel Acién (Hospital Universitario Sant Joan d’Alacant), Salvador Martínez (Instituto de Neurociencias), Damià Tormo (Fundación Columbus), Josep Redón (Instituto de Investigación Sanitaria INCLIVA) y Cristina Botella (Universitat Jaume I), as well as technologist Javier Sánchez, from the Instituto de Biomecánica de Valencia (IBV). The business and management (handling?) sector is represented by Mara Gracia (Surgival), Enrique Ortega (Public Health Expert), Francisco Sanchís (IMEX Clinics) and Lorena Saus (Sistemas Genómicos). 

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Agri-food

Vicky Foods managing director, Rafael Juan, coordinates this working group integrated by the following scientists: José María García Álvarez-Coque (Universitat Politècnica de València), Cristina Molina (Instituto de Agroquímica y Tecnología de los Alimentos), Luis Navarro (expert), José Pío Beltrán (IBMCP) as well as María José Peris representing the Instituto Tecnológico Agroalimentario (AINIA). The corporate vision is ensured by Mª Carmen Morales (Anecoop), Luis Plá (Mercadona), Daniel Ramón (Biopolis) and Raúl Martín (Embutidos Francisco Martínez).

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Enabling Technologies

This multidisciplinar team work under the guidance of scientist José Duato, coupled by other researchers such as Francisco Blanes (Instituto Universitario de Automática e Informática Industrial); Javier Martí (Instituto de Nanofotónica), Rosa Llusar (Universitat Jaume I) and Nuria Oliver (Data-pop Alliance). The working group is complemented by expert Antonio Querol Villalba; Laura Olcina, from the Instituto Tecnológico de Informática (ITI); and representatives of companies with a high technological component such as Francisco Gavilán (Nunsys); Álvaro Soler (Multiscan Technologies) o Ramón Debón (Colorker).

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Circular Economy

Led by AIDIMME’s Director, Mariano Pérez, also with the participation of experts Juan Bautista Carda (Universitat Jaume I), Joaquín Melgarejo (Universidad de Alicante) y Jorge Olcina (Universidad de Alicante), as well as representatives of the Technology Institutes such as José Antonio Costa (Aimplas) and Susana Aucejo (Itene). Maite Castillo (UBE Corporation Europe), Amelia Navarro (Hidraqua) and Eva Giner (SPB) represent the entrepreneurial sector. Aditionally, Eduardo Palomares (ITQ-UPV) and Miguel Ángel Martínez (Inescop) attend the Committees’ meetings as guests.


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Automotive industry and sustainable mobility

Segura Group’s President, Francisco Segura, chairs this working team, integrated by scientists Hendrik Jan Bolink (Instituto de Ciencia Molecular - UV), Gustau Camps-Valls (Grupo de Procesado de Imagen y señales - UV) and Raúl Payri (Instituto Universitario de Motores Térmicos - UPV). Equally, the Technology Institutes brings in the expertise of Marta García (ITE) and Laura Olcina (ITI), whereas the industry completes this expert group with three more representatives: Pablo Bayo (Faurecia) y Antonio Ortín (ETRA I+D).


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