The program is designed to inspire and connect people across Europe. We will share different examples of quadruple helix collaborations and initiatives and get an overview of the latest academic insights. All sessions are a mix of a talk and a discussion with Q&A. The outcome of the day is a better understanding of the important elements for success and practical experience from colleagues around Europe. See below the progam who our guest speakers are.
09.30h – Program opening by Digicampus
09.45h – Connect & share kickstart
10.00h – Academic perspectives and insights by Prof. David Campbell – Vienna University
Science plays an important role in researching both the current collaborations and future possibilities. In this talk, Professor David Campbell will share his latest insights, including organizational structures that facilitate new collaborations and the step from quadruple to quintuple helix.
10.45h – Morning break
11.00h – Self sovereign identities & building an ecosystem by Sebastian Manhart – Germany
How do you build a good ecosystem for a new technology where the private and public sector collaborate successfully? Sebastian Manhart will share some of his experiences and insights from working on a digital ID in Germany.
12.00h – Lunch break
12.45h – Designing collaborations: how does that work? GovTech Austria
In what ways can you collaborate within a multiple helix structure? And how do you shape and facilitate those collaborations? In this talk, GovTech Austria will share some of their lessons and insights.
13.30h – 4 years of LabX learnings
LabX was born to be a safe space for experimentation to investigate, co-create and test innovative solutions to improve public services, focusing on the needs and expectations of citizens and companies. 4 years later they have looked back and gathered the most important lessons that will be shared in this talk.
14.30 – Afternoon break
14.45h – Quadruple Helix & bread – by Andy Haddon from the Big River Bakery in Sheffield
On what scale can I actually make an impact? That question led Andy Haddon to founding the Big River Bakery after teaching students on social entrepreneurship for years. He chose to use the quadruple helix structure as the foundation of the enterprise, including for instance PhD students in the organization to research the structure and possibilities for scaling. In this talk, he will share what he learned and how we can use those insights.
15.30h – Key insights from today and closing the summit