Digital Living Lab Days 2020

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Connecting people & technology towards a citizen centered digital future

 

Next 2-4 September the annual Living Lab Days gathering for the Living Lab Community will turn into the first digitally-held event!

Through online interactive sessions, participants  will experience the latest methodologies and tools used in Living Labs. They will learn about the latest research and developments by networking with their peers and joining the collaborative presentations.

What to expect at DDLD?

  • Topic sessions: in real TED-style leading speakers around a certain topic are invited to inspire the audience. After their presentations, they open the floor for fruitful discussions. Attendees have the possibility to ask questions to the speakers upfront and during the sessions;
  • Interactive, participatory, hands-on virtual workshops;
  • Demo area, where ENoLL's members can be discovered by browsing through their pitch communications. Furthermore participants can find information around ENoLL's Action Oriented Task Forces, Capacity Building Program & Learning lab, and Labelling & Certification processes;
  • Network area, where participants will have the possibility to reach out to other attendees. That way they can get interactive with each other based on shared interests and/or participation in sessions;
  • ATF sessions: all of ENoLL's 5 Action Oriented Task Force present their roadmap and each task force leader gets interactive with the audience to discuss about possible ways of collaboration and next steps to strengthen the task forces. Participants can apply to become part of the task force. Currently ENoLL has 5 action oriented task forces: Social Innovation & Inclusion,Health & Well Being, Energy & Environment, Social Impact of AI and Rural Living Labs;
  • Latest research paper presentations;
  • Keynotes introducing the theme of the conference and transferring main messages;
  • Scale up challenge: transfer of knowledge across different programmes that cities or urban actors with their civil servants, policy makers, Living Lab coordinators, academia and private sector are working on, looking for solutions to their individual and common challenges.

Curious for more? Visit the LDDL website!