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International Week: 21 - 27 November 2016

 

Tuesday, 22nd November 2016 - Opportunities for one-on-one interaction and guest lectures,
tour of HdM-campus led by Gottfried Ohnmacht-Neugebauer at 11:00 (meeting point: International Office),
tour of HdM-campus led by Nils Hoegsdal at 4:30pm (meeting point: Room 2014),
welcome reception at 5:30pm (Room 2014)

Wednesday, 23rd November 2016 - Innovation@HdM, awards, networking dinner at 6:30pm

Thursday, 24th November 2016 - International Day, Christmas Market at 6:00pm (departure from HdM main entrance)

Friday, 25th November 2016 - International Entrepreneurship Education Summit, Kick-Off Startup Weekend

Saturday, 26th November 2016 and Sunday, 27th November 2016 - StartUp Weekend

 

International Day on Thursday, November 24th 2016

Programm International Day 2016

Uhrzeit 012 013

10:00-10:15

Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina

Andrea Kufferath

Linköping University, Schweden

Tommie Nyström

10:15-10:30

Technological Educational Insitute Athens, Greece

Dr. Anastasios Politis

Ryerson University Toronto, Canada

Gillian Mothersill

10:30-10:45

Hellenic Open University Patras, Greece

Dr. Anastasios Politis

University of the West of Scotland, UK

Robert Sutter

10:45-11:00

Karel de Grote University College Antwerp, Belgium

Ben De Vleeschauwer

Universidad de Valparaiso, Chile

Ann – Catrin Bürger

11:00-11:15

Arteveldehogeschool Gent, Belgium

Karen D’Haeseleer

Helsinki Metropolia University, Finland

Anna Sperryn & Nina Hellmann

11:15-11:30

Tongmyong University, South Korea

Dr. Hwa-Haeng Lee

Coventry University, UK

Kinga Hadobas

11:30-11:45

Universitá degli Studi di Salerno, Italy

Antonio Frascione

University of Zagreb, Croatia

David Weber

11:45-12:00

Université de Lorraine á Nancy, France

Nicolas Gaudard

University of the Creative Arts Farnham, UK

Benedict Kraus

12:00-12:15

Coventry University, UK

Georgi Opnakov

Oulu University of Applied Sciences, Finland

Ulla Virraniemi

12:15-12:30

Fitchburg State University, USA

Sophie Haferkorn

University of Latvia

Darta Katrine Salna

12:30-12:45

Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Spain

Marta Pérez, Carmen Collantes

Volda University College, Norway

Elise Strålberg

12:45-13:00

Hacettepe University Ankara, Turkey

Bahadir Arslan

Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Gjøvik

Theresa Deschner

13:15-13:30

Syracuse University, Newhouse School, USA

Hub Brown & Bradley Gorham

Danish School of Media & Journalism in Aarhus, Denmark

Frederik Bramming

13:30-13:45

Uméa Universitet, Schweden

Fredrik Larsson

Universidad del Desarollo, Chile

Lisa Stephan

13:45-14:00

University of the Basque Country, Spain

Iñigo Pereda

Hanzehogeschool Groningen, The Netherlands

Tjalle Keus

14:00-14:15

University of Gothenburg, Sweden

Carin Kurling

Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain

Maria Del Mar Garcia Ribes

14:15-14:30

Volda University College, Norway

Emil Holmberg Lewe

Vilnius Gediminas Technical University

Angele Tamuleviciute

14:30-14:45

Birmingham City University, UK

Monika Dimitrova

 

14:45-15:00

University of Osijek, Croatia

Iva Buljubasic

 

15:00-15:15

Oregon State University, USA

Doruntina Deliu

 

15:15-15:30

California State University, Campus Fullerton, USA

Brittany Wiltz

 

15:30-17:00

The US Election: Issues and Questions

Hub Brown and Bradley Gorham
Syracuse Newhouse School of Public Communications

 

 

 

 

16:00-17:30

 

Studieren in Australien und Neuseeland

Julia Berger von GOstralia! GOzealand!

Chanelle Baker, Griffith University

Elise Gumm, Swinburne University Melbourne

 

International Entrepreneurship Education Summit on Friday, November 25th 2016

The purpose

The 2nd International Entrepreneurship Education Summit this year is bringing together academics and the business community provide a platform to share innovative ideas and established best practices in teaching innovation and entrepreneurship. The focus is on learning from each other allowing for able time for discussions and feedback. Topics are how to teach for creativity and entrepreneurial spirit with approaches like Lean Startup, business models generation and other advances in teaching creativity such as design thinking. This (un-)conference wants to It is open to anyone teaching or promoting entrepreneurship in schools, at universities and within profit and non-profit organizations. As part of the international week it invites international experts to share their ideas and contribute to the learning experience.

The format

At any given time there will be parallel three tracks in two different formats:

  • „Hands-on” is an appetizer of an interactive teaching format giving exposure to a certain topic. After a short introduction attendees of the workshop will actually experience the tools and technics and the will be able to use it within their own class. Each session is – including the briefing and de-briefing – 50 minutes in length.
  • „Best practices” is a presentation of a program, format, class setup, study or any content related to teaching innovation and entrepreneurship at schools, universities and businesses. Each presentation is planned for 18 minutes (which coincides with a TEDtalk)and allows for another 7 minutes of questions and discussions.

Sessions will either be in German or English. At any given time there will be at least onetrack in either language. Participants will find ample for discussions and networking. The conference will end at 5pm with the reception for the Startup Weekend Stuttgart and participants are welcome to stay for the opening session.

Are you interested? Find more information and the Call for presentations on: http://www.hdm-stuttgart.de/iees

 

Start-up Weekend on Saturday, 26th November 2016 and Sunday, 27th November 2016

Fancying your own startup?

Here is your chance! Startup Weekend Stuttgart is an event focusing on the entrepreneurs of tomorrow. The two and a half day long event is for those who not only talk but do. Join us at the Stuttgart Media University from November 27–29, 2015.

What you can expect:

  • pitching business ideas and working on them in teams
  • creating prototypes, business plans and final presentations
  • benefiting from the know-how of top-class mentors
  • getting started on implementing your idea

It doesn’t matter if you are a business expert, a student, a designer or a developer – everybody is invited to participate. We are looking for people who want to make a difference. After a short pitch of all the business ideas on Friday evening, the rest of the weekend is there to develop those ideas in teams – supported by experts from all kinds of fields. Not everybody has to pitch an idea, you’re also welcome to just participate and work with a team. Bring whatever skills you have! The event will be moderated in German but teams are welcome to work and pitch in English.

The goal is, to push your business ideas as far as you can – in 54hours. At the end of the weekend, you are going to present in front of a top-class jury. The Startup Weekend offers the network and the resources to support a team with an idea on their way to launch a product. The event is part of the worldwide Startup Weekend network which has originated over 800 startups in the past couple of years.Tickets can be bought in advance.

 

More information and tickets: www.up.co/communities/germany/stuttgart/startup-weekend/6918

 

P.S.: If you don’t have time for the entire weekend? You are also welcome to join for the opening on Friday evening and/or support teams on Saturday as a mentor!

 

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