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On Thursday 12 January 2017, ENoLL joined the Connected Smart Cities conference, not only as a participant and an exhibitor but also as an organisor of the session on Innovation Ecosystems.
Research Fellows among ENoLL members are encouraged to apply until 31 January for ISPIM Innovation Management Dissertation Award 2017. Students who completed their PhD or equivalent doctorial degree between 1 January 2016 and 31 December 2016 are eligible to apply.
We have announced in our December newsletter that the 8th edition of OpenLivingLab Days will be hosted in Krakow, Poland at the end of August 2017 (exact dates will be announced soon)
The annual meetings of « Francophonie Living Labs » were initiated in 2015 in the context of the France-Quebec cooperation project (2015-April 2017 CPCFQ 65th edition) related to the consolidation of the Francophone network of Living labs and in relation to the famous "Entretiens Jacques Cartier".
For the first time the European Network of Living Labs is launching “Best Living Lab Project Awards” of 2016.
In March 2017, the European Network of Living Labs (ENoLL) aims to launch a new website. A primary objective for the website facelift is to simplify the user’s experience and incorporate a fresh new look, whilst improving the 'responsiveness' of the design making the site easier to view on multiple devices.
The consortium of the TOGETHER project - led by the Province of Treviso, Italian adherent member of ENoLL - is searching for 4 thematic experts that could provide 1-day training each during the Master Train-the-Trainer workshop taking place in Cracow (Poland) on the 20-23 of February 2017.
On 6 December ENoLL (ENoLL Office as well as ENoLL member from Thessaloniki Active and Healthy Ageing Living Lab (Thess-AHALL)) have attended the European Summit on Innovation for Active and Healthy Ageing.
In 2014 the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre (JRC) organized the Citizen Science and Smart City Summit. At the summit, management of citizen-collected data was identified as a major barrier to the re-usability and integration of these contributions into other data-sharing infrastructures across borders.