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The concept is simple. KINTalks is an event where inspiring practitioners are invited to talk about their work experience in the field of innovation, digital technology, business and/or design. Key here is sharing knowledge and firing up the debate.
It seems that there are (too) little moments where academics and practitioners meet. KINTalks helps:
1) to encourage a conversation around shared interests;
2) to learn from each other and
3) to network and nurture lasting relationships. Overall, it is an opportunity to get inspired and energized.
Each KINTalks event includes one or two speakers and an audience of researchers and other interested people. Each speaker presents for (about) 30-45 min. After the talk, the audience has the opportunity to pose questions. The presentations promise to be creative and thought-provoking, sparking a conversation that we continue afterward with drinks.
The talks will take place at VU University Amsterdam (Main building, De Boelelaan 1105, 5th floor). Please note that participation in KIN Talks is free of charge, but registration for KIN Talks is required.
If you have further inquiries, please do not hesitate to contact us (email@example.com).
We look forward to welcoming you to our KINTalks!
The KIN Talks are organised by (from left to right): Lauren, Dennis, Jovana, and Julia.
News & Blogs
KIN regularly has news concerning events and blogs focusing on the research that is conducted in the department.
KIN Innovation researchers receive 4 million grant with an International Consortium developing biomarkers for Alzheimer’s
Philipp Tuertscher, Associate Professor of Technology and Innovation at the KIN Center for Digital Innovation, teamed up with researchers from leading biomarker labs and life science companies to study new read more...
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