Arqus R&I organises 2 mini-webinars on co-creation practices
|01 Mar 2023
Arqus Research & Innovation Project invites researchers to participate in two mini-webinars on co-creation practices involving different stakeholders in content creation at partner universities. The webinars titled “Co-Creation Labs in Practice: Co-creating, Implementing, and Learning from Social-Oriented Science Activities” are being organised by Vilnius University and will take place online on 6th and 20th March 2023 at 10:00 (CET).
Researchers from all career stages, disciplines, and cross-disciplinary research fields as well as other stakeholders interested in the topic from any Arqus university can participate in the events.
On 6th March, Prof. Esteban Romero-Frías (University of Granada) will kick-off the webinar with the presentation “Innovation labs on climate change”. Assoc. Prof. Erika Vaiginiene (Vilnius University) will talk about the Lithuanian 2050 strategy in her seminar “Lithuania 2050: Co-Creation at national level”. Margot Bouhon, Cognitive Science Associate User Researcher, will present “Software to ease reading for dyslexic children”. The last presentation, “Regional Centre of Expertise (RCE) Graz-Styria – Centre for Sustainable Social Transformation” by Prof. Anke Strüver (University of Graz), will be followed by a Questions & Answers session and discussion.
The second event on 20th March will be started by Prof. Enrico Rubaltelli (University of Padua) with the presentation “Udul – You drink, You lose”, in partnership with the Municipality of Padua. Caterina Pozzan (University of Padua) will follow with the talk “Lean & Safety Chronic Care: improving chronic care pathways with Lean and Safety Management”, in partnership with the public local health unit ULSS 2 Marca Trevigiana. The third session of Prof. Christian Pentzold (Leipzig University) will be “Creating Co-Creation. Reflections on Participation and Storytelling around the Smart Home”. Prof. Giancarlo Renella (University of Padua) will finalize the seminar with “SOILBANK: Investing on the soil. Management of organic matter and water resources as the basis of large-scale ecosystem services”.