On Thursday, September 8th at ADI Museum in Milan, IED and other partners celebrated the achievements and presented the results of the project INNO-TEC-LAB - Development of opportunities in the field of design for technical careers through innovation-laboratories 2020-1-IT02-KA203-079775.
An occasion to discuss the challenges and opportunities offered in the areas of design, education and training, inter and transdisciplinary with international guests and all the project partners.
After a presentation of the project and the results obtained by IED, 2 panels were organised with the presence of international guest speakers:
“Innovation through the evolution of the relationship between design and technology”: M. Campione, A. Gariboldi, M. Castàn Cabrero, B. Revelli
“Systemic transformation for sustainable innovation – from inter-to-transdisciplinarity”: M. Aakesson, M. Thomson, S. Dimopoulos
The event was open to the public upon reservation, and the streaming of the event could be reviewed on the Facebook page of IED (https://www.facebook.com/IEDesign/videos/477859934203934)
At the end of the presentation, a close-doors workshop was organized for partners and IED students on inter and transdisciplinary approaches.
Some project’s data:
24 months of project; 122 number of hours of online sessions/meetings; 2 live events; 33 staff people actively involved; 108 synchronous training hours; 6 European countries; 4 transnational project meetings; 4 intellectual outputs developed; 157 number of users on the platform; 50 number of trainers; 57 number of project works; 79 number of students; 98 people from universities replied to the research survey; 20 people from 7 universities involved in focus groups
INNO-TEC-LAB is a project by IED Istituto Europeo di Design, European Digital Learning Network, Sustainable Development Management Institute, Media Dizajn, Metropolia UAS, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, Vsi Socialiniu inovaciju centras
INNO-TEC-LAB is co-financed by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.