Inaugural lecture Christine De Lille

In short

Date:

24 May 2018

Time:

14:00 - 18:00

Location:

Main campus

Since 1 September 2017, Christine has headed the Innovation Networks Research Group (a continuation of the Designerly Innovation Research Group) at The Hague University of Applied Sciences. Her research group develops and offers expertise and tools to help organisations devise innovations within their current and future networked event.

Christine will give her inaugural lecture on Thursday May, 24th 2018. She will present how solutions can be co-created with the government, public and private organisations - with an emphasis on the regional SMEs - to future-proof our society.

Main questions she will address are: How can we design new forms of collaboration? How can we ensure that innovation will really make a difference over the long term? To make this possible, which new forms of organisation do we need? How does design play a role here?

Programme

2:00 pm Doors open
2:30 pm Special stories from, among others, these spectacular speakers:
  • Kees Dorst (professor of design, university of technology Sydney); design: practices and future
  • Ferdi van Heerden (change agent); A true citizen of the world and a source of inspiration for applying design in different contexts
  • Anja Overdiek (senior researcher in the Innovation Networks lectorate); Insight into research and prototyping with pop-up stores

  • Remko van der Lugt (lecturer Codesign at Hogeschool Utrecht) will open the afternoon, moderating the presentations

  • Hans Camps (member CvB, THUAS); provides background on the context of the lectorate within the THUAS

4:00 pm Inaugural lecture "Dream, Dare, Do"
5:30 pm Social get-together

Extra workshops in the morning

In the morning you can participate in the following workshops:

  • Future of Food (with Marjanne Cuypers, The New Farm and Greenport)
  • Retail Innovation (with Anja Overdiek, and the municipality of The Hague)
  • Systemic Designs  (with Janneke Sluijs, Remko van der Lugt and Jens Gijbels)
If you are interested, please contact Merel Hillen by email: m.hillen@hhs.nl

Invitation (pdf)