Interdisciplinary Research Methods in Technology, Innovation & Policy Studies

A SHORT INTENSIVE SUMMER SCHOOL IST, LISBON, JUNE 16-17

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Overview and Target Audience


Overview

This two days Summer School aims to assist post-grad students in the study of technological change, innovation patterns and related policy research through in-depth discussion and practical validation of interdisciplinary research methods. An “Innovation Policy Laboratory” will be established by groups of students working in critical issues of technological innovation across various emerging areas,

The summer school offers a space for interdisciplinary conversations about contemporary issues in Technology and Policy, including the emerging context of uncertainty in urban studies and industrial development at a global level. Emphasis is given to the development of skills for emerging challenges faced by contemporary societies to deal with modern engineering.


Target Audience

Post-grad students working in engineering design, technological change and policy, as well as those in the humanities, natural sciences, architecture and business who have serious interest in exploring these areas together with engineers.