Workshop: Research Impact Canvas – From Research to Reality
In most cases, the value of the different impacting aspects of your research is dependent upon the particular stakeholder. Many researchers find it difficult to transform their research questions and activities to formulate the impact value (i.e. value for the society). The Research Impact Canvas tool has been developed to support a researcher in his or her intellectual process to pinpoint what in the research project that has an impact value and for whom a specific impact value is of relevance.
If you would like to explore an idea of yours, and how it can potentially have an impact outside of research, then join the workshop.
In this workshop we will guide you through the Research Impact Canvas starting at your present spot in your research project and ending up with a good idea of what assets you have in your research project and a pitch for a relevant stakeholder.
AAU Innovation: “Science for Society”
Fredrik Edman, Lund University, Sweden
Per Mercke, Lund University, Sweden
Time: October 24, 2019 from 12.30-16.00
Deadline for sign-up: October 18, 2019
Place: Event will take place in Aalborg, Denmark. However, the final location is not yet confirmed (it will most likely be at Aalborg University or adjacent addresses)
Number of seats: 30
You as an attendee must be a PhD student, postdoc or researcher. You do not have to have a specific commercial idea already, but it will increase the output of the workshop if you bring an idea.
About Science for Society
The Science for Society project is a multi-partner project to help researchers commercialise ideas from research. Partners include Århus University, Aalborg University and Lund University. The project period is 2019-2021, with different activities within and around entrepreneurship for researchers, e.g.:
- PhD courses
- Inspirational events
- and more.
Follow the project at https://www.sea.aau.dk/staff-phd/commercialization/
- Teacher: Ivan Butler