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Public Event: Co-creating Disruption?

Public Panel Discussion at DTU in Lyngby

Technical University of Denmark, Lyngby, 22nd May 2019
“Disruption” has become a rallying cry for innovators that cherishes the profound societal impacts of emerging technologies – from robotics and self-driving cars, to AI, biotechnology, and new energy systems. Likewise, it has become a hot topic in the public sector as a strategy that can help optimize our services through new policy and rethinking policy processes. Yet, disruption has both positive and negative connotations. Many recent controversies in Europe and elsewhere can be understood as a call for less disruption and greater empowerment of society to steer exactly where and how we want to be disrupted. Read More

“Building Responsible Innovation:
Frameworks and Best-Practices in the Private Sector”

SCALINGS on Keynote Panel at OECD Workshop in Shanghai

Shangai 6th – 7th September 2018
SCALINGS coordinator Sebastian Pfotenhauer participated in a keynote panel on “Building Responsible Innovation: Frameworks and Best-Practices in the Private Sector” at the OECD Workshop “Minding Neurotechnology: Delivering Responsible Innovation for Health and Well-Being” in Shanghai, China. Read More

“Global Perspectives on Responsible Innovation:
Widening the Gaze”

SCALINGS hosts panel at 4S in Sydney

Sydney, 29th August – 1st September 2018
SCALINGS coordinator Sebastian Pfotenhauer (TUM) co-hosted a track on “Global Perspectives on Responsible Innovation: Widening the Gaze” at the 4S conference in Sydney, together with Nina Frahm (TUM), Prof. Stefan Kuhlmann (TU/e) and Dr. Anapurna Mamidipudi (MPI HoS Berlin). Read More

Co-creation and the Future of Innovavation in Europe

SCALINGS Kick-off Meeting and Public Forum at Technical University of Munich

Munich, 24th - 25th May 2018
About 30 researchers from across Europe gathered at TU Munich to celebrate the official launch of the EU H2020 Project SCALINGS and discussed project strategy and implementation. The one-and-a-half-day meeting culminated in a public panel discussion with more than 200 visitors on “Co-creation and the Future of Innovation in Europe” that brought together leading innovation experts from academia, industry, government, and civil society to discuss the opportunities and challenges for including society in science and innovation. Read More

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