Date to be decided in November.
This is the second in our series of seminars on the topic. In this blog post you can find a summary of last year’s seminar.
Presentations should be in English or Scandinavian and be at most 10 minutes long. A short abstract containing two or three sentences should be sent to Tangni Cunningham Dahl-Jorgensen by the 27th of October.
This year’s theme is New approaches to sustainable service innovation – How to apply new technologies and design methods.
New collaborative and interdisciplinary research approaches are needed based on the emergence and scaling up of digital solutions in providing social services. With the introduction of new technology transforming the nature of public encounters, the role of practitioners and public organizations is redefined in ways that require new approaches for collaborating across sectors and disciplines. These approaches include new methods for designing digital solutions and services (e.g., sustainable design, agile, or user-centered design), employing new forms of technology (e.g., chatbots, Artificial Intelligence, and Virtual Reality), and creating sustainable solutions.
As an early-career researcher, we invite you to give a short presentation on preliminary findings or research interests for an audience consisting of peers and social service practitioners. The presentations should provide a starting point for discussions on new design methods or technologies in which all seminar participants can participate, facilitating further collaboration between researchers and practitioners.
This year’s seminar is a collaboration between NTNU+NAV+HMN collaboration program, the project SustainDiT (Sustainable Digital Transformations), which is part of NTNU Sustainability, and NTNU Digital’s Center for Sustainable ICT, CESICT. [TD1] The seminar will have both Norwegian and international participants.
A more detailed program and registration will be shared at the end of October.
|09:00||09:30||Registration and coffee||Auditorium|
|09:30||09:45||Welcome + idea cards||Auditorium|
|09:45||10:45||5 presentations *||Auditorium|
|13:00||13:15||Describe the game **||Auditorium|
|13:15||14:30||Developing a proposal||Group rooms|
|15:45||16:15||Prize and summary||Auditorium|
Tangni Dahl-Jørgensen (contact person), Alexander Joco, Morteza Moalagh, Micheala Schmidt, Babak Farshchian, and Parastoo Mohagheghi