Looking back

10 years of Open Living Lab Days

The first OpenLivingLab Days event (then known as the ENoLL Summer School) was held in Paris in 2010. Since then, every summer, ENoLL organises the annual summit of the worldwide Living Lab community.

OpenLivingLab Days is the flagship event of ENoLL and is hosted by a different Living Lab each year. OLLD was hosted in Paris, Barcelona, Helsinki, Manchester, Amsterdam, Istanbul, Montreal, Krakow, Geneva and this year Thessaloniki. 

Past Editions

Paris, France 2010

ENoLL Summer School kicks-off in Paris providing an opportunity for the Living Lab community to meet and exchange best practices

Barcelona, Spain 2011

Second Summer School takes place in Barcelona hosted by CitiLab

Helsinki, Finland 2012

Laurea Living Lab hosts the third summer school in Helsinki

Manchester, UK 2013

ENoLL, together with the Manchester City Council (MDDA), organised the 4th European ENoLL Living Lab Summer School in August 2013. Highlights of the event are presented in the conference report

Amsterdam, The Netherlands 2014

OpenLivingLab Days hosted in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. First parallel session within OLLD for the francophone living labs lead by F2L. More in pictures

Istanbul, Turkey 2015

Basaksehir Living Lab and Basaksehir Municipality hosted the sixth edition in the largest Turkish city. See photos that were captured during the event or read the conference report

Montreal, Canada 2016

As the Living Lab community expands, the OLLD event grows with it and moves to another continent. The theme of the 2016 edition is “Citizen Driven Innovation: Developing the innovation system that empowers everyone to innovate.” Highlights in pictures

Krakow, Poland 2017

The Living Lab community migrated to Krakow, where the OLLD was hosted in the impressive venue of Krakow Technology Park under the theme “Multiple Helix Innovation Without Boundaries”. The event is summarised in this report

Geneva, Switzerland 2018

In the city of the United Nations, the OLLD focused on Sustainable Development Goals. We had the honour to welcome Under-Secretary General of the United Nations as a keynote speaker. More in conference report