Valorisation Activities and SSH Research Ripeness for Impact | DANDELION Workshop

Valorisation Activities and SSH Research Ripeness for Impact | DANDELION Workshop

Valorisation Activities and SSH Research Ripeness for Impact | DANDELION Workshop

Within the Conference Democracy and Europe - our common future?, the project DANDELION is organising a workshop on the 31st of October 2017 (14:30 to 17:15) around the theme of Valorisation activities and SSH research Ripeness for Impact.

The workshop aims at bringing together SSH researchers, research managers, such as National Contact Points, and dissemination/impact managers, in order to generate actionable knowledge for the everyday practice of SSH research, and help demonstrate and enhance its unique value.

In two consecutive working sessions, we will  

FIRST,  explore the multitude of research dissemination, communication, and transfer activities between SSH researchers and stakeholders from policy, civil society and business, which leads to positive impacts and societal value out of research; and

SECOND, based upon illustrative cases brought by all participants, we will position ‘productive interactions’ among stakeholders within the stages of the research cycle, which help research results to ‘travel’ outwards, triggering exchange.  We will focus thereby on the dimensions of the When, With-whom, What, How, and What-for of the activities identified in the first session, in order to come up with what works, where barriers exit, but also untapped potential for exchange and collaboration among SSH researchers and stakeholders from policy, civil society, and business.

The number of participants will be limited to 30 and selection will be based upon criteria of diversity, experience, and expertise.

Please REGISTER HERE

Detailed agenda:

14:30  Welcome

Mr Iakovos Delioglanis, Q-Plan

Mr Alexandre Almeida, LOBA

14:45  Introduction to the rationale of the workshop

Dr Georgios Kolliarakis, University of Frankfurt

Facilitators: Dr Susanna Albertini, FVA; Mr Alexandre Almeida, LOBA

Rapporteurs: Ms Candela Bravo, LOBA; Ms Kristiina Laurits, Civitta

15:00  Round I: Disambiguation and operationalisation of concepts: Dissemination, Communication, Exploitation

15:45  Break

16:00  Round II: Positioning of illustrative cases into the Impact Readiness Level flow model

16:45  Round III: Aggregation of results, plenary discussion, lessons learnt, open issues for future elaboration

17:30 End of the Workshop

 

Location: Pavilion of Knowledge - Largo José Mariano Gago, 1990-223 Lisbon