ThePublications page has been updated with information on journals that will publish special issues on Triple Helix topics, in conjunction with the conference.
Organisations interested to host the 7th Triple Helix Conference to be held in 2009 are invited to submit proposals for the Convenors’ consideration. Please visit this page for more details.
Review results notifications have been sent to authors. Authors with accepted papers and abstracts are reminded to submit their full papers and poster abstracts by April 16th. Submission guidelines may be downloaded from these links: Guidelines for Papers, Guidelines for Papers
Theme Paper, titled "Regional Innovation Initiator: The Entrepreneurial
University in various Triple Helix Models" by Henry Etzkowitz
and Chunyan Zhou, is now available. Please click here to read or download a copy. A version
in Chinese is also available.
Call for Paper closed Detailed Calls for
Papers for selected sub-themes are now available. Please visit this
Call for Paper closed The list of Conference
Sub-themes has been updated. Please visit our Call
for Paper page for more details.
Triple Helix VI features
a new challenging sub-theme centred around issues surrounding
Creative and Cultural Industries: "Triple Helix from Perspective
of Cultural and Creative Industries". The sub-theme calls
for analyses, researches, case studies and debates on the role
of university, government and industries platforms, collaborations
and knowledge exchange in the creative and cultural sector.
Additionally, two important emerging topics
in Triple Helix research and policy have been introduced: “New
Ways of Capitalizing Knowledge” and “University as
Barycentre of Industrial Policy”.
The School of Engineering,
National University of Singapore has been confirmed as the conference
venue. Please visit the Venue page for more