The panelists discussed questions such as: How is innovation changing in Europe? Which role will co-creation and open innovation practices play in the future? How does innovation differ across regions, cultures, and technical domains? What does it mean conduct innovation responsibly and collaboratively with many stakeholders?
The Munich meeting marks the kick-off for a 3-year interdisciplinary research effort to study co-creative innovation practices across 10 European countries in robotics and urban energy. Coordinated at Technical University Munich by Prof. Sebastian Pfotenhauer (MCTS & TUM School of Management), the consortium brings together members from ten European institutions, including the four EuroTech universities.
- TUM (DE) – Technical University Munich (Coordinator: Prof. Sebastian Pfotenhauer)
- TU/e (NL) – Eindhoven University of Technology
- DTU (DK) – Technical University of Denmark
- EPFL (CH) – École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
- MINES ParisTech/ARMINES (FR) – École Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Paris / Association pour la Recherche et le Développement des Méthodes et Processus Industriels
- ESADE (ES) – Fundación ESADE
- BOKU (AT) – Universität für Bodenkultur Wien
- UEW (PL) – Wrocław University of Economics
- SIX (UK) – Social Innovation Exchange Ltd
- UCL (UK) – University College London