Sprint 1: Design Company Innovation
|Wed 1.3. 14-18||IKEA Odense||Master class 1: Design culture studies and user ethnography.|
|Fri 3.3. 12-20||Pakhuset Kolding||Master class 2: Organisational cultures and disruption
Master class 3: Design-driven innovation and participatory prototyping
|Thu 9.3. noon – Fri 10.3.||Vejen||Innovation camp: Louis Poulsen|
|Wed 15.3. 14-17||Odense||Research workshop|
Sprint 2: Public Sector Innovation
|Wed 3.5. 14-18||TBD||Master class 4: Multi-stakeholder empowerment and creative formation|
|Fri 5.5. 12-20||TBD||Master class 5: Design network leadership and material co-creation
Master class 6: Design communication and integrated design
|We 10.5. noon – Thu 11.5.||TBD||Innovation camp: Kolding Kommune|
|Fri 19.5. 14-17||Odense||Research workshop|
Nordic Design Research Conference 2017
We 14.6. – Fri 16.6. (Oslo)
Sprint 3: Health Sector Innovation
|Mo 21.8. – Fri 25.8.||Master class 7,8,9
Nine late-afternoon Master classes (4 hours), three to prepare for each camp. The Master classes establish a lively discussion between professors and their disciplines. Teaching is organized in inspiring settings away from university with hands-on activities in Odense and Kolding.
Research Workshops and Conference
All disciplines reflect together on the why, how and what of results achieved. Faculty will also run coaching seminars to ensure individual progression. Participants will get a chance to presentation results at the Nordic Design Research Conference in Oslo in June 2017.
A talent programme is extra-curricular, meaning that the credit you earn is on top of regular studies. To earn an honours degree, Bachelor students must complete 30 ECTS, Master students 20 ECTS on top of their ordinary programme. Students must also complete the programme on time. In any event you will get a diploma added to your graduation certificate.