The Future Meetings Committee of the Triple Helix Association has awarded the organisation of the next Triple Helix Conferences to the following institutions:
- Triple Helix XI International Conference ( 7-10 July 2013, London, UK) – a consortium of London partners, including the Big Innovation Centre, Birkbeck-University of London and UCL Advances.
- Triple Helix XII International Conference (2014, Tomsk, Russia) – TUSUR University, Tomsk.
Call for Proposals for Future Triple Helix Conferences
Summary of the past Triple Helix Conferences
2012. The X Triple Helix International Conference “Emerging Triple Helix Models for Developing Countries: From Conceptualization to Implementation “(http://th2012.org)
has been held on 8-12 August 2012 in Bandung, Indonesia
2011. The IX Triple Helix International Conference “Silicon Valley: Global Model or Unique Anomaly?” (http://www.triplehelixconference.org) has been held on 11-14 July 2011 in Stanford University, California, USA.
2010. The Triple Helix VIII International Conference on University, Industry and Government Linkages has been held on 20-22 October 2010 in Madrid, Spain. The main theme of the conference has been “Triple Helix in the Development of Cities of Knowledge, Expanding Communities and Connecting Regions”.
2009. The seventh conference (Triple Helix VII – http://www.triple-helix-7.org/) was held in Glasgow in June 2009. The Conference encompassed three panels (Ministerial, Universities, Industry).
2007. The sixth conference (Triple Helix VI – http://www.nus.edu.sg/nec/TripleHelix6/) was held in Singapore in May 2007. The Conference theme was: Emerging Models for the Entrepreneurial University: Regional Diversities or Global Convergence.
2005. The fifth conference(Triple Helix V) was held in Turin, Italy in May 2005 with the theme “The Capitalization of Knowledge: Cognitive, Economic, Social and Cultural Aspects.
2002. The fourth conference Triple Helix IV was held both in Copenhagen, Denmark andLund, Sweden (November 2002); the conference theme was “Breaking Boundaries and Building Bridges”, which reflected on the conference site: the bridge as a metaphor for boundary spanning interactions, linking the different national cultures and innovation systems.
2000. The third conference (Triple Helix III), held in Rio de Janeiro (April 2000), was titled “The Endless Transition”. Its theme was the relationship of science, industry, and government and their role in creating the conditions for future innovation. A special focus was placed on the contribution of research in job creation and social wealth.
1998. The second conference (Triple Helix II) took place in Purchase, New York (January 1998) and dealt with “The Future Location of Research”.
1996. The first Triple Helix conference (Triple Helix I) was launched in Amsterdam in January 1996 with a meeting titled “A Triple Helix of University-Industry-Government Relations”.