OpenLivingLab Days is the annual summit of the worldwide Living Lab community, formally the ENoLL Summer School. The annual 4 day event includes interactive sessions, workshops, lively discussion panels with excursions and off-site visits with the aim of giving the participants a wider insight about models, theories and technologies related to Living Labs. Participants have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience from the leading experts on the subject and to network with other Living Lab enthusiasts. We will welcome the 10th Wave of new ENoLL members to the network and hold a special conference day with the World Wide Community of Living Labs.

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After six successful editions in Paris 2010, Barcelona 2011, Helsinki 2012, Manchester 2013, Amsterdam 2014 and Istanbul 2015, the 7th edition will be held in Montreal, Canada from the 23rd to the 26th of August 2016 and is organised by European Network of Living Labs (ENoLL) and hosted by Communautique and Concordia University, in collaboration with Tourisme Montreal, the Quartier de l’innovation, members of the Quebec Network of Living Labs and France Living Labs in relation with the CPCFQ project “Francophonie Living Labs” (2015-2016).

Who attends?

Attracting annually more than 150 participants OpenLivingLab Days attracts a wide audience from across the world which includes:

  • Living Lab Managers
  • Researchers
  • Open Innovation Experts
  • Policy Makers
  • Municipal & Government representatives
  • Experts in innovation in domains such as smart cities, health, open & big data, entrepreneurship, internationalisation etc.

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