This webinar is conducted in the framework of the EU-funded project FIT4RRI. It is the first of two sessions in which the conductors of the FIT4RRI co-creations experiments share experiences and insights of engaging quadruple helix actors (academia, industry, government and society) into the design and implementation of research projects. Join the webinar to learn more about how to foster institutional change towards responsible research & open science.
Raquel Almeida, Senior Project Manager at the Training and Qualifications Unit of ISQ’s R&D Department.
She will share her experience in engaging internal stakeholders from a private company (ISQ) in the development of an institutional RRI model.
Mary Jane Monaghan, Research Assistant at The University of Liverpool, working in the school of Electrical Engineering and Electronics.
She will share her experience of engaging with internal (university staff) and external (mainly SMEs) on the understanding of how to better embed RRI, ethics and science education into a research study, and innovation development.
- Introduction (Helene Brinken): https://www.fosteropenscience.eu/node/2729
- Experiment methodology (Adrian Solomon): https://www.fosteropenscience.eu/node/2732
- ISQ Experiment (Raquel Almeida): https://www.fosteropenscience.eu/node/2731
- Liverpool Experiment (Mary Jane Monaghan): https://www.fosteropenscience.eu/node/2730
Helene Brinken, firstname.lastname@example.org