The Other Side of Innovation by IdeaSquare

Europe/Zurich
Building 3179 (CERN)

Building 3179

CERN

IdeaSquare Building - Next to the Globe of Innovation and Science (SXL1)
Description

The webcast for this event can be found here.

IdeaSquare invites you to discover how multidisciplinary collaboration and rapid prototyping is shaping innovation.

Access is only open to those with a CERN badge, but everyone is welcome to join the keynote talks via webcast. 

On October 25, IdeaSquare at CERN is hosting The Other Side of Innovation, a day to discover what the space has to offer and how you can get involved through talks, showcase of projects, workshops and tours.

Professor of technology and innovation at ETH Zürich, Stefano Brusoni, will give a talk on the divergent process of innovation while Bruno Herbelin, deputy director of the Center for Neuroprosthetics at EPFL, will immerse us on the power of embodiment of virtual reality and how researchers can best use this new technology.

Projects developed at IdeaSquare’s rapid prototyping facilities will be showcased through the day. Among them, discover prototypes addressing societal problems, developed by multidisciplinary student teams in collaboration with researchers at CERN, through the Challenge Based Innovation program.

Participants who sign up in advance, will be able to take part in introductory workshops in 3D printing, robotics programming, and human-centered design.

For those interested in meeting new people, LunchCollider will serve to match lunch attendees during the day of the event. 

If you’re interested in learning more about experimental innovation and rapid prototyping or want to find out what IdeaSquare is you can also join one of the tours of the space. Registration is not required for talks or tours, but will help you to secure a seat for the event. 

The event will take place at IdeaSquare, located at building 3179 at point 01, next to the Globe of Science and Innovation from 10:00 to 19:00.

Workshops are currently full, but if you would like to be added to a waiting list for a specific workshop, you can do so here. 

We are also exploring the option of adding additional workshops throughout the day, and at a later date.

 

For questions or additional information about access email manuel.antonio.vigo.masforroll@cern.ch

Registration
The Other Side of Innovation by IdeaSquare
Participants
  • Adrian Alan Pol
  • Aikaterini Georgountzou
  • Alberto Pace
  • Alejandro Santos
  • Alex Brown
  • Alex Iribarren
  • Ana Ventura Barroso
  • Anastazja Sedzicka
  • André David
  • Antoaneta Damyanova
  • Antoni Shtipliyski
  • Anxhela Nicko
  • Apostolos Smyrnakis
  • Archana Sekhar Arun
  • Arkadiy Shevrikuko
  • Arnaud Dubreuil
  • Barbara Storaci
  • Bard Dagestad Carlsen
  • Bartlomiej Styczen
  • Beata Trzpil-Jurgielewicz
  • Ben Segal
  • Candan Dozen
  • Carles Garcia Cabot
  • Carmen Sophia Cadenas Sanchez
  • Christian Freischlag
  • Claudia Marcelloni De Oliveira
  • Clemens Gross
  • Dalila Salamani
  • Daniel Krefl
  • daniela elmiger
  • Dennis Tsekouras
  • Despoina Driva
  • Dietrich Hagedorn
  • Dinika Saxena
  • Dmytro Kovalskyi
  • Edmundo Lopez Sola
  • Erwin Mosselmans
  • Erwin Van Hove
  • Filippo Nazzareno Galli
  • Francois Briard
  • Georgios Papadopoulos
  • Georgios Vasilopoulos
  • Gerardo Guillermo Canton
  • Guillaume Baudoin
  • Han Hubert Dols
  • Henrik Bjerke
  • Hernan Furci
  • Iago Santos Pardo
  • Ioannis Gkouveros
  • Ioannis Prapas
  • Irtaza Syed
  • Iuliana Teodora Voinea
  • Jacek Marian Witkowski
  • Jesus Lopez Lopez
  • Joachim Mees
  • Joanna Malgorzata Wanczyk
  • Joaquin Terron Villalba
  • Jochen Schwenk
  • Jorge Guardia Valenzuela
  • Jose Andres Cordero Benitez
  • Jose Javier Alonso Moya
  • Josh De La Haye
  • Julia Vella
  • Julien Leduc
  • Kamil Foltyn
  • Karolina Kulesz
  • Kate Kahle
  • Kitti Lai
  • Kivanc Nurdan
  • Konrad Milosz Puzniak
  • Konstantina Piltsi
  • Konstantina Rousia
  • Krystof Borkovec
  • Krzysztof Adam Szczurek
  • Kyriaki Fakoureli
  • Leandro Domingues Macedo Alves
  • Luciana Leveratto
  • Marcin Lukasz Majewski
  • Maria Del Mar Juarez Gonzalez
  • Marta Teresa Majewska
  • Marthe Dehli
  • Matias Peljo
  • Matthias Blume
  • Maurice Gielen
  • Maximilian Enthoven
  • Mayank Sharma
  • Melissa Gaillard
  • Michele Opromolla
  • Michele Piero Blago
  • Mihai Patrascoiu
  • Natalia Triantafyllou
  • Neal David Hartman
  • Nicola Cersullo
  • Nikos Kasioumis
  • Odei Rey Orozco
  • Pablo Andreu Munoz
  • Panagiotis Georgiadis
  • Paolo Durante
  • Pascal Oser
  • Patrycja Kinga Dyrcz
  • Paula Martinez Urios
  • Pawel Jacek Kucharski
  • Pawel Jurgielewicz
  • Peter Tsrunchev
  • Philipp Dijkstal
  • Prasanna Kumar Siddireddy
  • Raul Garcia Martinez
  • Renaud Blaise Jolivet
  • Ricardo Filipe Chaves Gaspar
  • Riccardo Peron
  • Sami Perrin
  • Samuele Gould
  • Samuele Kaplun
  • Sandro Fabian Kraemer
  • Sascha Schmeling
  • Sebastian Stefan Feger
  • Shao Min Tan
  • Silvia Tentindo
  • Simone Gargiulo
  • Sophia Carola Borowka
  • Stefano Carrazza
  • Stella Christodoulaki
  • Stephen Calvin Turner
  • Szymon Lopaciuk
  • Tony Sen Yuan Yang
  • Tristan Loic Loiseau
  • Vasileios Naskos
  • Virginia Azzolini
  • Virginia Greco
  • Wiktor Jan Jurasz
  • Wojciech Adam Jasonek
  • Wojciech Kulma
  • YANG YU
  • Yuri Ermoline
  • Yves Alain Gerard Renier
Webcast
There is a live webcast for this event
    • 10:00 10:15
      Arrival of guests and participants
    • 10:15 11:15
      3D Printing Workshop (Signup Required)
      Conveners: Harri Toivonen , Manuel Vigo (Istituto Europeo Di Design Barcelona (IED) (ES))
    • 10:15 11:15
      Robotics Workshop (Signup Required)
      Convener: Brice Copy (CERN)
    • 11:30 12:00
      Collaborative A.I. (Interactive Talk by Mohanty Sharada Prasanna)

      Mohanty is an open source and a machine learning enthusiast.

      He has previously worked with the ROOT team at CERN, and is currently part of the Doctoral Program in Biotechnology and Bioengineering at EPFL, where he is part of the Crowd AI team.

      CrowdAI connects data science experts and enthusiasts with open data to solve specific problems, through challenges. The recent breakthroughs in Artificial Intelligence research do make a lot of headlines, and a lot more promises. But can any of these breakthroughs help your research?

      https://www.crowdai.org/

      • 11:30
        Collaborative A.I. (Talk by Mohanty Sharada Prasanna) 10m
        Speaker: Mohanty Sharada Prasanna
    • 12:00 13:00
      Lunch (w/ LunchCollider)

      Sign up on Lunch Collider lunchcollider.ch for the chance to go for lunch with a random person from CERN.

    • 13:00 13:10
      Opening Remarks (Talk by Markus Nordberg and Marzio Nessi)

      Markus Nordberg is the Head of Resources Development of the Development and Innovation Unit at CERN, Switzerland. He is currently involved in launching a sensor and imaging R&D initiative called ATTRACT (www.attract-eu.org) aiming at both scientific and societal impact.

      He also manages the new IdeaSquare initiative at CERN (cern.ch/Ideasquare) that hosts detector R&D and society-driven MSc-student projects. Prior to this function, he served 12 years as the Resources Coordinator of the ATLAS project at CERN (www.atlas.ch). He has also served as Visiting Senior Research Fellow at the Centrum voor Bedrijfseconomie, Faculty ESP-Solvay Business School, University of Brussels, and as a member of the Academy of Management, Strategic Management Society and the Association of Finnish Parliament Members and Scientists, TUTKAS. He has a degree both in Physics and in Business Administration.

      Marzio Nessi is the project leader of the Neutrino Programme at CERN. "The neutrino platform pulls together a community that is scattered across the world and CERN has committed significant resources to support R&D in all aspects of neutrino research. CERN is using the organisational model of the LHC to help in developing an international project on US soil and to contribute to neutrino programmes in Japan and elsewhere.

      • 13:00
        Opening Remarks (Talk by Markus Nordberg) 10m
        Speaker: Markus Nordberg (IdeaSquare)
    • 13:10 13:30
      The neuroscience of Virtual Reality (Talk by Bruno Herbelin)

      Bruno Herbelin, Deputy Director of the Center for Neuroprosthetics at EPFL, will immerse us in the power of embodiment of virtual reality and how researchers can best use this new technology. Immersion in virtual reality is challenging the multisensory brain mechanisms underlying the integration of bodily signals that are building up the experience of perceiving the world from an embodied perspective.

      Recent progress in cognitive neuroscience of bodily self-consciousness were based on the ability of technology to manipulate these mechanisms; what I propose to explore is how this research provides a deeper understanding of immersion, embodiment and sense of presence.

      • 13:10
        The neuroscience of Virtual Reality (Talk by Bruno Herbelin) 20m
        Speaker: Bruno Herbelin
    • 13:30 14:00
      Data Sonification and Wearable Sensor Music Creation (Interactive Talk by Domenico Vicinanza and Genevieve Williams)

      Dr Domenico Vicinanza (Anglia Ruskin University and GEANT, Cambridge UK) and Dr Genevieve Williams (University of Exeter, Exeter, UK).

      As a music composer and researcher in auditory display, Domenico worked with organizations like CERN and NASA, creating music from scientific data.

      He has been involved in the application of grid technologies for science and the arts since the late 1990s, chairing the ASTRA (Ancient instrument Sound/Timbre Reconstruction Application) project for the reconstruction of musical instruments by means of computer models using the European Grid Infrastructure (EGI.eu).

    • 14:00 15:30
      Principles of Design Thinking Workshop (Signup Required)
    • 15:30 16:00
      Guided tour of IdeaSquare
    • 16:00 17:00
      Coffee Break
    • 17:00 17:15
      Talk by Markus Nordberg (IdeaSquare)

      Markus Nordberg is the Head of Resources Development of the Development and Innovation Unit at CERN, Switzerland. He is currently involved in launching a sensor and imaging R&D initiative called ATTRACT (www.attract-eu.org) aiming at both scientific and societal impact. He also manages the new IdeaSquare initiative at CERN (cern.ch/Ideasquare) that hosts detector R&D and society-driven MSc-student projects. Prior to this function, he served 12 years as the Resources Coordinator of the ATLAS project at CERN (www.atlas.ch).

      He has also served as Visiting Senior Research Fellow at the Centrum voor Bedrijfseconomie, Faculty ESP-Solvay Business School, University of Brussels, and as a member of the Academy of Management, Strategic Management Society and the Association of Finnish Parliament Members and Scientists, TUTKAS. He has a degree both in Physics and in Business Administration.

      • 17:00
        Talk by Markus Nordberg (IdeaSquare) 15m
        Speaker: Markus Nordberg
    • 17:15 17:35
      Talk by Giovanni Anelli (KT)

      Giovanni, is the Group Leader of the Knowledge Transfer Group (IPT-KT) at CERN. Prior to this, Giovanni worked for 10 years in CERN’s Microelectronics Group (Physics Department), where he designed several low-noise low-power analog and mixed signal VLSI circuits for High-Energy Physics applications.

      • 17:15
        Talk by Giovanni Anelli (KT) 15m
        Speaker: Giovanni Anelli
    • 17:35 18:00
      Thinking About Design Thinking (Talk by Stefano Brusoni Professor of Technology and Innovation Management at ETH Zürich)

      Professor Stefano Brusoni, will give a talk on Thinking about design thinking: Evidence from the field and from the lab.

      Stefano Brusoni is Professor of Technology and Innovation Management at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zürich (ETH Zürich). He coordinates the TIMGROUP - the new Chair of Technology and Innovation Management at the Department of Management, Technology, and Economics (D-MTEC).

      Sefano holds a DPhil in Science and Technology Studies from SPRU at the University of Sussex (UK). He has looked at the emergence of alternative product architectures and how they explain firms’ evolutionary dynamics, in terms of their vertical boundaries and long-term viability. His collaboration with Andrea Prencipe has generated a number of papers on modularity, its causes and strategic consequences. Together, they have investigated how firms can leverage on modularity to rely on strategic outsourcing without loosing their ability of introducing new product architectures.

      More recently, he has started studying how individual-level differences matter to explain where new architectures or, more generally, new set of rules (procedures, routines) come from.

      Prior to entering academia, Stefano worked as a firefighter.

      • 17:35
        The Divergent Process of Innovation (Talk by Stefano Brusoni) 25m
        Speaker: Stefano Brusoni
    • 18:00 18:20
      Music from Science an Interactive Performance (Domenico Vicinanza and Genevieve Williams)

      The music performance will show a few example of music from science and will see the use of wearable sensors to transform movement to music in real time in a unique jamming session.

      Performance by Dr Domenico Vicinanza (Anglia Ruskin University and GEANT, Cambridge UK) and Dr Genevieve Williams (University of Exeter, Exeter, UK).

    • 18:20 19:50
      Open networking with snacks and refreshments
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