DAY 1 Research, Policy and Best Practices

CONFERENCE OPENING

Opening Tuija Hirvikoski (ENoLL President, Director Laurea University)

PANEL: ENABLING CITIZEN SCIENCE IN THE EUROPEAN UNION

Wojciech Przybylski (President of the KTP Board)

Jarosław Królewski (CEO Synerise S.A.)

Juan Bertolin (Director Espaitec Science Park and LL)

Joelle Mastelic (Manager of Energy Living Lab)

Omer Onur (Director of Başakşehir Living Lab)

INNOVATION & RESEARCH TRACK I&II

TRACK I Reflecting on, and in, research and practice in Living Lab processes.

1.Drop-out in Living Lab Field Tests: A Contribution to the Definition and the Taxonomy.  Abdolrasoul Habibipour & Annabel Georges

TRACK II Living Labs versus other forms of collective and collaborative innovation.

2. An interdisciplinary community lab to facilitate citizen’s participation and health: an exploratory study in developing lab tools for research, education and practice in nursing, social work and gerontology. Franka C Bakker 

3. City Logistics Living Labs – an ecosystem for efficient city logistics innovation uptake. Nina Nesterova

PANEL: NEW PROFESSION AND EDUCATION TRENDS IN SOCIETAL AND OPEN INNOVATION

Bror Salmelin  (European Commission, DG Connect)
Tuija Hirvikoski (ENoLL President, Director Laurea University)
István Szakáts (Altart Foundation)

TRACK III

Open Innovation and User Innovation in Living Labs for SME/business support, healthcare and urban & regional development

Track Leader Dimitri Schuurman

1.Systemic tools to better identify and understand stakeholder roles and relations in Living Labs. Christian Haider & Judith Preinesberger

2. Living Labs Managing the Intra-Organizational Knowledge Exchange Process When Transitioning from Closed to Open Innovation. Lynn Coorevits

3. Overcoming Barriers to Open and User Innovation in Regional Development. Patrizia Hongisto

4. Spatial Analysis of Leading Circular Economy and Living Lab Cities. Teemu Santonen

5. Service blueprint model: a tool to improve the co-creation process in Living Labs. Lucien Papilloud

6. Conclusions Research Tracks. Dimitri Schuurman

DAY 2 Policy and Local engagement

KEYNOTE PANEL: Open Science, Open Innovation, Living Labs; the innovation helix pillars 

Video message Jean-Claude Burgelman(Head of Unit, DG Research & Innovation – Open Data Policies and Science Cloud, European Commission)

Bror Salmelin (Advisor to the DG for Innovation Systems at the European Commission, DG CONNECT)

HIGH LEVEL PANEL DEBATE  “Around the Open Innovation World in 80 minutes”

1. Artur Serra (Vice President ENoLL, I2CAT deputy director)

2. Noboru Konno (President, Japan Future Alliances Innovation Network)

3. Dr Belinda Chen (deputy director of IDEAS Institute, Taiwan Living Lab)

4.Prof. Rudolf Giffinger (TU Wien)

OPEN DEBATE

Multiple Helix Innovation without boundaries: Public – Private – People – Partnership
In the context of entrepreneurs : administration : science : NGO : EU IoT Large Scale Pilot Projects

1.Andres Barreneche Policy Analyst at the Directorate for Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) of the OECD

2.Wim De Kinderen (International Project Manager, Brainport Eindhoven)

3. Nuria de Lama (Representative of ATOS R&I to EC)

4.Karol Wosinski (Manager of Technology Broker Team, Industrial Development Agency)

Pitches of local challenges

Robert Maciaszek, Director, Department of Economic Development UMWM

Prof. Andrzej Szarata (Krakow University of Technology)

Maciej Ryś (Leader of Smogathon)

Prof. Joanna Kulczycka (AGH University of Science and Technology)

Adrianna Pawlik (NCRD)

Piotr Hołubowicz (SEEDiA) Jan Strycharz (Workshop for Social Innovations), Agnieszka Włodarczyk (Krakow Living Lab)

DAY 3&4 Workshops

OLLD17 Workshops debrief report

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