21 November. 2019, 10:30, Julia House, 21612, CY1591, Themistokli Dervi 3, Nicosia 1066
Stakeholder engagement and Partnership Canvas, Internal Workshop
Thursday 21st November, Julia House
RISE and UCL will present an internal workshop exploring the interaction between academic research and industry.
For a truly collaborative approach to research, enabling applied study that can lead to socio-economic impact, industrial and external interactions must occur throughout the life-cycle of research. This workshop will provide attendees with the toolkit and knowledge to start developing their own engagement activities and identify priority organisations to target.
||Engaging external stakeholders
||This session will explore the importance of engaging external stakeholders in research, from whichever audience or background. Attendees will leave having gained the knowledge to begin planning their own engagement activities.
||Analysing potential partnerships
||This highly participatory session will introduce the University Partnerships Canvas developed at MIT. Participants will focus on the specific activities and characteristics of their own MRG to identify prioritised partnership and develop an understanding on the methods of engaging targeted organisations.
The completed canvas will inform the RISE Innovation Department of priority stakeholders for the centre.
||This session presents the framework of partnerships developed by RISE and case studies of existing collaborations
Trainers and speakers
Dr Robert Thompson is Manager of the UCL Institute of Communications and Connected Systems and Innovation advisor to the RISE project. His main interests lie in multidisciplinary research and the creation of impact that crosses boundaries. He is a technical researcher by background and a communicator by nature.
Dr Joe Hettinger is the Partnerships Manager at RISE. He focuses on the development of partnerships and networks between RISE and external organizations and the management of innovation and knowledge exchange activities.
If you have any further questions about the workshop, please email George Dimitriou, Education and Training Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org