DISCOVER THE PROGRAMME

These are exciting times in Living Lab and end-user engagement field, driven by continuous development of new Living Labs, new methodologies and new research concepts. Living Labs can be applied to many different fields and therefore the scope of the conference is wide and the programme is jam packed.

DAY 2: Tuesday, 7 September

08:45-09:30

Coffee session: meet with others

Are you an early bird eager to start networking?

Do you want to informally connect with the other participants?
Maybe discover common interests and experiences?

Or just meet your peers?

Join one of our ‘lounges’ to have a quick chat before the official program. You can find the lounges on the left of your screen in your menu bar.

Suggestion for another lounge? Send an email to dlld@enoll.org

 

09:30-10:30

OPENING OF THE DAY

Tune in the session with Arantza Acha (Unesco) & Simon Höer. The opening session will focus on culture and creativity in disruptive times of change as well as Urban and Rural Resillience. The day will start with inspirational talks by Aranxta Acha, Director at UNESCO Etxea – UNESCO Center Basque Country and Simon Höher, who will talk about the Hybrid City Lab and the Future Overflow report.

Arantza Acha

Director of UNESCO Etxea, the UNESCO Centre of the Basque Country

Simon Höer

heads the Hybrid City Lab, the urban & public design unit of Berlin-based innovation firm zero360

TRACK: Culture & Creativity in disruptive times of change (Social innovation)

TRACK: Urban & rural resilience (Rural living labs)

10:00-11:15

TOPIC DEBATE: Digitalisation & Living Labs: Co-creation for the post covid era


ENoLL Capacity Building

Proposals Calls match making

Writing a proposal for EU calls is never easy, especially in the beginning where it is required to generate winning ideas and to create a valid consortium. This session aims to support all the living labs members to start drafting together a set of ideas by looking at several Horizon Europe calls for proposals related to Open Innovation. 

11:30-13:00

WORKSHOP: Culture, a transformative power for existing sustainable development goals

According to the Sustainable Development Goals Fund, “the cultural and creative industries generate merit to people-centred value, sustainable urban development, development of creativity and culture, and contribute to the achievement of 2030 Agenda”. 

WORKSHOP: Children and Youth in Living Labs

WORKSHOP: Gather in your own custom Living Lab digital Town to share and solve Living Lab challenges !

SESSION: Co-create the transition to European sustainable cities

The main goal of this session is to present the URBANOME methodology for improving the livability of citizens around Europe by innovating personal exposure assessment to health and wellbeing stressors. In this space, city officials, experts and researchers in the field can learn more about our initial approach for testing innovative policies to manage urban health and wellbeing tackling inequalities.

13:00-14:00

Lunch Break

Eating alone is never a pleasure. So, unless you urgently need to check emails, we invite you to share your lunch break with the other participants and join one of our `lounges´ to have an informal chat or to continue your discussions.

You can find the lounges on the left of your screen in your menu bar. Suggestion for another lounge? Send an email to dlld@enoll.org

14:00-15:15

Proposal calls match making

Writing a proposal for EU calls is never easy, especially in the beginning where it is required to generate winning ideas and to create a valid consortium. This session aims to support all the living labs members to start drafting together a set of ideas by looking at several Horizon Europe calls for proposals related to Open Innovation. 

Meeting Agriculture working group

One year after initiation, it is time to compare our dreams and ambitions with our current position. Which activities were successful and what needs to be changed? This meeting will be a strategic milestone for the WG, therefore all of you interested in the agrifood sector – welcome! 

In addition, we will meet our new members, who joined us after DLLD2020. Besides the importance of being aware of WG competences, it is crucial for WG to know the motivation and expectations of all members. Therefore, open and honest discussion will be highly supported. 

TOPIC DEBATE: Living rural, Working urban

How can living labs contribute to making rural life attractive?  How to attract Digital Nomads?The aim of this debate is to extract ideas about why it would be a good choice to live in a village under 20.000 population, opportunities, services, benefits, etc. While working in a more urban environment.

The existence of a living lab in a little village should be a guarantee towards digital services, towards remote work, bank access, etc. People could have the best of two separated worlds: the city and the village.

15:30-17:00

WORKSHOP: Comics as a Way of Thinking for Living Labs

Research session

6 papers from the two tracks will be presented. The session will be moderated by track chairs Jokin Garatea and Milica Trajkovic.

Urban Green Deals for Rotterdam: Case Middelland

17:15-18:00

Closing of the day

In this session track leaders will reflect on their insights of the day and share the next steps. 

20:00-22:00

WINE & MUSIC

We will end the second day of the event with an informal gathering.