This event is running from 14 December 2020 until 11 January 2021. It is next occurring on January 11, 2021 6:00 pm. Inspired by the collaborative .. Read more and innovative spirit of hackathons, the program aims to present an array of tools and methodologies commonly used in diverse fields (IT, industry, arts, social science, ) but not in scientific research. The program aims to stimulate young scientists to familiarize with them and understand how these tools/methodologies can help research, fostering collaboration and inclusiveness. The aim of this program is to provide a first series of three sessions where professionals and experts of the hackathon and open science field are going to discuss and inspire you on how to collaborate remotely and transdisciplinary with new ways of working in science in order to boost your professional network, foster innovation, widen your skill-set with techniques often to effectively communicate within different contexts in the professional world. The series is planned to continue in 2021 with more “hack your science”- methodologies and tools useful in project initiation, structuring, presentation, communication, collaboration boosting and inclusive team work. Design thinking in a nutshell: DT is a set of social practices that can ignite radical collaboration, team empathy, systemic change, and innovation within organizations.
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