An interaction series by the CHIST-ERA funded PROVIDEDH Project Partner — Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities and Cultural Heritage, Austrian Academy of Sciences
PROVIDEDH, co-designed and co-organised by the project partners from the Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities and Cultural Heritage (ACDH-CH), Austrian Academy of Sciences in collaboration with TheBusinessTherapist and Ars Electronica Research Institute “knowledge for humanity (k4h+)” is offering a series of unique interactions following it’s Open Innovation in Science approach:
Starting with a Webinar on Tuesday, May 05, 14:00-16:00 , followed by two Workshop Sessions on Wednesday, May 06, 14:00- 16:00 and Thursday, May 07, 14.00-15.00 and wrapped up and closed by an Unconference on Friday, May 08, 14:00-16:00.
Webinar: Exponential Science
Workshop 1: Rewire Science (about KPI and the Mindset of a Datacompany)
Workshop 2: Ideation Engine (The Anatomy of an Idea and Protoype everything)
Unconference: convert insight to action.
This unique series of interactions – triggered by the current serious and uncertainty causing COVID19-challenge – aims to respond to the PROVIDEDH-workpackage of Open Innovation in Science and accelerate our knowledge into action. In collaboration with the distinguished expert, Niki Ernst, we offer an introduction into exponential strategies and apply it to the Scientific mindset. Our dedicated aim is to accelerate jointly methods to create and share knowledge quickly and foster an inclusive approach which can draw benefits in working with and for society.
The workshop builds on the co-creation expertise of the Austrian PROVIDEDH partners in exploration space and draws on tested methods of all collaboration partners of this series. Materials are adapted and freshly developed for this course and will be shared afterwards.
In an uncertain world, we are aiming to offer new strategies for creating value and tools for inclusive exponential growth.
Target group: open; everybody who feels passionate about the topic
especially thought leaders, decision makers, consultants, authors, business leaders, teachers, academics, practitioners, artists.
Everyone involved in science.
This is a virtual event only; the series of interactions are free of charge,
registration is required. Further info and registration for the workshop here no later than May, 5th 2020, 1.30pm CEST.
Please email expressions of interest to attend the workshop or any questions to email@example.com .