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For many industries, the end of the year marks the busiest period. The same goes for us at IdeaSquare, where we have 1 or more student groups booked for every weekday for the rest of the year! Today, we welcome students from Tampere University, Technion – Israel Institute of Technology and The University of the Basque Country. The students are participating in the Design The Future! workshop (https://indico.cern.ch/e/DTF2019) where our very own Dr. Pablo Garcia Tello introduces the students to multiverse thinking.
The IdeaSquare team is proud to present our Progress Report for the years 2017 - 2018. The Report explains a bit of history, presents key facts and figures, and offers a glimpse of what is to come. We hope you will enjoy reading it and encourage you to contact us with any questions, comments and ideas.
On October 25, 2017, more than 150 people explored the IdeaSquare innovation space at CERN to attend “ The Other Side of Innovation” and discover what the space has to offer and how to get inv
“If you build it, they will come” while that might hold true for an ad hoc baseball field in the middle of an Iowa cornfield, the same is not true for an experimental innovation hub within a nuclear research center.
It’s Day 3 of the CBI Mediterranean Bootcamp. Three Barcelona based universities of varying disciplines have come together to tackle some of the most challenging and relevant issues facing our rapidly evolving world. UPC, ESADE, and IED Barcelona mix engineering, business, and design talent respectively to create dynamically skilled teams allowing for compelling ideas and collaboration.
What do you get when you mix students from around the world with detector technologies developed at CERN and ask them to solve societal problems? Welcome to the Challenge-Based Innovation course.
The CBI students at IdeaSquare – a CERN building currently being renovated, which will be inaugurated in December.
The basic concepts of IdeaSquare were tested out in Building 16/153 starting in August 2013, kindly and generously lent by PH Department for a period of one year. The open area given for these purposes was extensively used, also including barracks with meeting rooms. A well-equipped mechanical workshop was also made available, including a dedicated technician to supervise and assist the students during their work assignments.
The following questions were addressed:
1. What is the offering for the MSc-students?