Kazik Anhalt has over 20 years of experience in European Union policies, strategies, and financial instruments related to research, development and innovation.
Kazik served as a Member of the National Consultative Panel at Futures Ireland- an innovation-focused project undertaken by the National Economic and Social Development Office, at the request of the Department of the Taoiseach of the Republic of Ireland. The project examined the challenge of enhancing Ireland’s ability to innovate, learn from experiments and pilot initiatives, and turn learning into continuous improvement.
He is involved in the field of technology transfer at the University of Warsaw Technology Transfer Office within 4EU+ and Einstein Telescope Consortium.
Kazik also leads a subgroup on Open Science/Innovation at Community of Practice to co-create a code of practice for the smart use of Intellectual Property (IP) at the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Research and Innovation which is responsible for EU policy on research, science, and innovation, with a view to help create growth and jobs and tackle our biggest societal challenges.
He does consulting to high-research startups and spinoffs.