• Impact Canvas Workshop by Dr. Jörg Langwaldt
  • 2018-01-29T09:00:00+01:00
  • 2018-01-29T16:00:00+01:00
  • Get to know a new tool to develop and communicate the impact of research Projects DTU proudly presents the Impact Canvas Workshop presented by Dr. Jörg Langwaldt, Tampere University of Technology. The Impact Canvas was introduced at the annual EARMA Conference, in Malta 2017 and thus this workshop will allow for a hands-on practical experience with applying the Impact Canvas as a tool in developing successful proposals.

Impact Canvas Workshop by Dr. Jörg Langwaldt

Get to know a new tool to develop and communicate the impact of research Projects DTU proudly presents the Impact Canvas Workshop presented by Dr. Jörg Langwaldt, Tampere University of Technology. The Impact Canvas was introduced at the annual EARMA Conference, in Malta 2017 and thus this workshop will allow for a hands-on practical experience with applying the Impact Canvas as a tool in developing successful proposals.

  • h Workshop
  • Dato og tid

    29/01 2018 kl. 09:00 - 16:00
  • Sted

    DTU Anker Engelunds Vej 1, Bygning 101A, mødelokale 1 2800 Kgs. Lyngby
  • Kontaktperson

    Julie Stubbe Jensen
  • Telefonnummer

    9351 1972
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Impact Canvas Workshop by Dr. Jörg Langwaldt

Get to know a new tool to develop and communicate the impact of research Projects DTU proudly presents the Impact Canvas Workshop presented by Dr. Jörg Langwaldt, Tampere University of Technology. The Impact Canvas was introduced at the annual EARMA Conference, in Malta 2017 and thus this workshop will allow for a hands-on practical experience with applying the Impact Canvas as a tool in developing successful proposals.

Research funders increasingly assess and fund proposals based on the impact of foreseen results. Horizon 2020 calls for joint and multi-disciplinary efforts of academia and stakeholders during the entire research and innovation process to better address the expectations, needs and values of society. However, there is a shortage of tools that serve the need of university-based applicants to develop and communicate their innovative ideas to others. Especially university-based researchers might have limited background in innovation business and many existing tools, such as the Business Model Canvas, are designed for business planning.

The Impact Canvas aims to enhance early idea testing and development with the focus of the impact on society and/or the customer need.

Registration

The workshop will take place Monday 29 January 2018, 09:00-16:00, and will take place at DTU – Building 101, meeting room 1.

Participating is free of charge. Due to limited places please register no later than 15 January 2018, 12:00.

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