Join us to talk about urban planning by Sound Theory at The Researchers’ Breakfast on May 12th!
A doctoral student and researcher Olli Hakanen will present his theory on sustainable creative action through a case study: how the introduction of a new system of mobility and a new concept of daily working hours converts a city of 600,000 inhabitants into a metropolis of 4,5 million. We have aslo invited professor Matti Vartiainen from the School of Science and the managing director and reseacher Seppo Laakso from Urban Research Ltd. to join the discussion on the topic.
The breakfast is served at the Service Factory (Töölö) at 8.30-10.30. Olli Hakanen starts his speech at 9:00. You are most warmly welcome to bring a friend – the breakfast event is open for everyone.
The Researchers’ Breakfast is organized in collaboration with Aalto Factories (Media, Design, Service and Health) as well as Research Institute (Aalto ARTS), Research support services and International Relations.
Jameissa pääset kokemaan kokonaisen palveluiden suunnitteluprosessin lyhyessä ajassa. Tilaisuus on avoin kaikille palveluista kiinnostuneille.
Jamin aluksi osanottajat jaetaan monialaisiin työryhmiin. Seuraavan 48 tunnin aikana ryhmät kehittävät jostain ideastaan konkreettisen palveluratkaisun. Ryhmiä mentoroivat kokeneet palvelumuotoilijat.
Small teams in locations all over the world will be working together for 48 intensive hours to build entirely new service solutions.
Service Jam is about developing new services. Diverse teams will move from ideas to hands-on solutions using methods from service design, innovative problem solving, and rapid prototyping – with experienced service designers on hand to help. Service Jam is not lectures or seminars but learning by doing – and having fun!
All you need is an open mind, an interest in developing services, and a willingness to roll-up your sleeves!