SURE Facilitation and Synthesis Research Project: »Monitoring Impact, Defining References«

The 7th Synergy Workshop will start off with a key note presentation by Dr Oskar Marg, Institute for Social-Ecological Research on the topic „Social effects of transdisciplinary urban research. Findings from the accompanying research project ‚SynVer*Z’“.  Afterwards the SURE Facilitation & Synthesis team will introduce the participants to the SURE Reference Picture and host different breakout sessions discussing the impact according to the six SURE Focus Topics.

After a summary and closing remarks, there will be time and (virtual) spaces for a more informal exchange between the participants.

The Facilitation and Synthesis Research team is looking forward to the workshop.

 

Agenda

08:50 a.m.: Sound & Video Check

09:00 a.m.: Welcome & Intro

09:15 a.m.: Keynote „Social effects of transdisciplinary urban research. Findings from the accompanying research project SynVer*Z“ by Dr. Oskar Marg, Institute for Social-Ecological Research

09:45 a.m.: Break

10.00 a.m.: Introduction to the Reference Picture of the SURE Funding Priority

10:30 a.m.: Exploration of the SURE Reference Picture (Miro)

11:00 a.m.: Reflection on the SURE Reference Picture (Breakout Sessions)

11:45 a.m.: Summary & Closing Remarks

12:15 a.m.: Snack & Chat

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