Priorities

 

The RDI Priority Areas and their priorities, approved by the Government of the Republic of Lithuania, are:

1. “Energy and a sustainable environment” priorities: 
1.1. Smart systems for energy efficiency, diagnostic, monitoring, metering and management of generators, grids and customers;
1.2. Energy and fuel production using biomass/waste and waste treatment, storage and disposal; 
1.3. Technology for the development and use of smart low-energy buildings – digital construction; 
1.4. Solar energy equipment and technologies for its use for the production of electricity, heat and cooling.

2. “Inclusive and creative society” priorities: 
2.1. Modern self-development technologies and processes; 
2.2. Technologies and processes for the development and implementation of breakthrough innovations.

3. “Agro-innovation and food technologies” priorities: 
3.1. Sustainable agro-biological resources and safer food;
3.2. Functional food; 
3.3. Innovative development, improvement and processing of biological raw materials (biorefinery).

4. “New production processes, materials and technologies” priorities: 
4.1. Photonic and laser technologies; 
4.2. Functional materials and coatings;
4.3. Structural and composite materials; 
4.4. Flexible technological systems for product creation and production. 

5. “Health technologies and biotechnologies” priorities: 
5.1. Molecular technologies for medicine and biopharmaceutics; 
5.2. Advanced applied technologies for individual and public health; 
5.3. Advanced medical engineering for early diagnostics and treatment.

6. “Transport, logistic and information and communication technologies” priorities: 
6.1. Smart transport systems and information and communication technologies; 
6.2. Technologies/models for the management of international transport corridors and integration of modes of transport;
6.3. Advanced electronic contents, content development technologies and information interoperability; 
6.4. Information and communications technology infrastructure, cloud computing solutions and services.

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Smart Specialization promoters and implementers

Government of the Republic of Lithuania
Government of the Republic of Lithuania
Ministry of Education and Science
Ministry of Education and Science
Ministry of Economy
Ministry of Economy
Research and Higher Education Monitoring and Analysis Centre
Research and Higher Education Monitoring and Analysis Centre
Agency for Science, Innovation and Technology
Agency for Science, Innovation and Technology
Lithuanian Business Support Agency
Lithuanian Business Support Agency
Central Project Management Agency
Central Project Management Agency
Research Council of Lithuania
Research Council of Lithuania