Social Lab 5 – Workshop 1

Date: 18 – 19 June 2018 Place: Wageningen, The Netherlands Sixteen participants Participants came from a wide-range of activities such as business, policy-making, NGOs, and academia. The participants perceive the relevance of RRI as important and crucial. Most of the potential benefits are openness, transparency, and involvement in research. The difficulties may be summaries by Read more about Social Lab 5 – Workshop 1[…]

Social Lab 16 – Workshop 2

Date: 10-11 December 2018 Place: Munich, Germany 10 participants: Mario Roccaro: Programme Manager of Education, EIT Food, Belgium. Sofia Kuhn: Programme Manager of Consumer Outreach in EIT Food, Belgium. Magdalena Klimczuk-Kochańska: Project Coordinator and Assistant Professor, Faculty of Management, University of Warsaw, Poland. Partnerin EIT Food. KrzysztofKlincewicz: Head of Department of Organization Theory and Methods, Faculty of Read more about Social Lab 16 – Workshop 2[…]

Social Lab 16 – Workshop 1

Date: 17-18 April 2018 Place: Budapest, Hungary 17 participants Presentation of the workshop We held the first workshop at the Central European University in Budapest, the city where the EIT headquarter is also located. The RRI concept was largely unknown to the participants and we used substantial time getting a hold on the concept, discussing its potential Read more about Social Lab 16 – Workshop 1[…]

Social Lab 4 – Workshop 1

Date: 14-15 May 2018 Place: Vienna, Austria 12 participants: 2 NCPs 2 ESFRI chairs 6 Researchers and Evaluators 2 Research Infrastructures Presentation of the workshop We had our first social lab workshop with a very diverse and highly experienced group, represented by 12 participants, 5 men, 7 women, stemming from 9 different EU countries, representing 2 NCPs, Read more about Social Lab 4 – Workshop 1[…]