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The Crowdfunding4Culture conference is the first European event on crowdfunding for cultural and creative sectors. During the event, stakeholders will meet to connect with leading platforms, investors, creative professionals, cultural organisations and policy makers and learn about the latest initiatives and opportunities on crowdfunding for culture.
In the context of the Science2Society project, the topic "Exploring data-driven innovations for manufacturing in a lightweight living lab" was presented by our beneficiary Virtual Vehicle at XVIII ISPIM Innovation Conference - Composing the Innovation Symphony, in Vienna (Austria) on 18-21 June 2017.
Inventours 5-Day Innovation Programs for global executives to energize, inspire and improve new product development processes is an event that facilitates meetings with global innovators in their workshops, studios, labs, offices, accelerators, to cross-pillinate new thinking. Includes tech, product design, food, fashion, retail, sustainability, packaging, hospitality and architecture. Pre-work and debriefs help attendees of the Inventours 5-Day Innovation Programs apply insights to their firms for actionable process improvements.
This brochure includes "real life" experiences from practitioners in science and industry that illustrate best practices in the field of Open Innovation. These case studies exemplify key lessons in relevant University-Industry-Society interfacing schemes, which cover a wide range of approaches and advances far beyond the traditional role of the interface as a facilitator of knowledge transfer from university to business.
After an intensive analysis phase, there was the first milestone of ProVIL 2017 at 18th may. For the first time the milestone was conducted across locations through the IPEK (Karlsruhe) and the partners Centro Ricerche Fiat (CRF, Turin) and Bax&Company (B&C, Barcelona) via web conference.
On May 15, 2017, Aldo Ofenheimer presented in an interactive talk the Science2Society project to a broader stakeholder group at the 26th International Association for Management of Technology Conference (IAMOT 2017) in Vienna.
The conference attracts over 200 researchers, scholars and industry participants from all over the world and together with them we explored ideas about the subjects of: “Potentials and Pitfalls of Open Innovation and Open Science Projects between Industry, Science, and Society”.
The main findings of the fruitful discussion after the session are:
he AIT Austrian Institute of Technology and ASMET (The Austrian Society for Metallurgy and Materials) welcome you to the 26th International Association for Management of Technology Conference (IAMOT 2017) in Vienna, May 14-18, 2017. Thanks to a long and successful series IAMOT conferences have become the premier international event for management academics and practitioners worldwide. The target audience covers the whole strategy and technology community.