HEA, Hyvinvointia ja energiatehokkuutta asumiseen; innovaatioympäristön ja käyttäjätiedot hyodyntäminen hyvinvoinnissa ja energiasäästössähttp://hea.metropolia.fi/1.9.2011 0:00:0028.2.2014 0:00:00Kansallinen TKI4 Ended e) Learning by Developing toteutuu; b) Kansallinen hankeEAKR 2007-2013171
Korkeakoulujen ja yritysten verkottunut yhteistyö Itämeren alueen maissa (BOAT)1.1.2012 0:00:0030.6.2014 0:00:00Kansallinen TKI4 EndedPrincipal Lecturer Tarja Meristö, tarja.meristö@laurea.fi, Project Manager Anneli Manninen, anneli.manninen@keuda.fi b) Kansallinen hankeESR 2007-2013184
Entre akatemia - Tukea yrittäjyyteenhttp://www.lamk.fi/entreakatemiahttp://www.entreakatemia.fi/1.5.2011 0:00:0030.4.2014 0:00:00Kansallinen TKI4 Ended e) Learning by Developing toteutuu; b) Kansallinen hankeESR 2007-2013264
Hius- ja kauneudenhoitoalan terveyshaittojen ehkäisy (HIKAT)1.4.2015 0:00:0031.12.2016 0:00:00Kansallinen TKI4 EndedOPH429
Creating an Ecosystem for Innovating Circular Economy Solutions for Nigerian Margets through Co-creation1.1.2016 0:00:0030.6.2016 0:00:00Kansallinen TKI4 EndedProject Manager Ritva Jäättelä, gsm +358 40 832 9400, eMail ritva.jaattela@laurea.fi CARD Palvelumuotoilu ja tulevaisuuden innovatiiviset liiketoimintamallitTekes730
ServBis - Palveluosaamista pk-yrityksiin1.1.2011 0:00:0031.3.2012 0:00:00Kansallinen TKI4 EndedServBis – transferring service knowledge and competences to SMEs – aims to develop, test, and disseminate practical tools that ease small and medium sized firms (SMEs) to adopt a service business approach and mindset. ServBis is a 1,5-year (2011-12) service business project partly funded by Tekes, the Finnish Funding Agency for Technology and Innovation. It’s a cooperative project of three universities of applied sciences: Laurea, Haaga-Helia and Metropolia. Further, this project engages 6 case companies from different industry sectors. The project focuses on SMEs which are currently aiming to transform to a service business or are developing their service concepts.The results of the ServBis project indicate that most firms have room for improvement in understanding the service dominant logic and service mindset. To reform firms towards service driven business approach and customer centricity faces challenges. The main obstacle seems to be the attitude of learning and building new competences. Lack of time and motivated resources pose further challenges. It was also evident that firms need practical guidance and easy-to-use tools in order to take the first steps towards service dominant logic. The ServBis project has enjoyed the multiparty collaboration and networked co-creation of service mindset and service design toolbox.Päivi Tossavainen; paivi.tossavainen@laurea.fi b) Kansallinen hanke 2 Osaamisintensiivinen palveluliiketoiminta - Knowledge-Intensive Business ServicesTekes122
European Transplant Sports Week 2016 Vantaahttp://www.vantaa2016.fi/1.11.2015 0:00:0031.10.2016 0:00:00International RDI4 Ended1. ETSW16 brings for the first time so many transplant sports events and reseach workshops together in one city. ETSW16 is a testing ground for a new European level of cooperation between European organizations and will bring enhancing social inclusion and equal participation of organ transplant recipients and dialysis patients to a completely new light. 2. Sport as a tool for raising awareness in the context of transplant sports Organ transplant and dialysis sports has traditionally been medically oriented throughout Europe and most of the national governing bodies have strong medical presence. In organ transplantation context Sport has not been used as a tool to promote active lifestyle or the organ donation. ETSW16 will for the first time use sports as a tool to raise awareness of a healthy lifestyle among organ transplant recipients and dialysis patients. 3. Learning from other marginalised groups such as other disability groups As the Organ Transplant Sport community has traditionally been very medically oriented the ETSW16 includes a wide variety of professionals and reseachers from other fields of disability groups bringing new insight on how to better promote active lifestyle and health enhancing activities to organ transplant recipients and dialysis patients. The Transplant Sport Symposium takes pride on including, for the first time ever, a keynote speaker from other disability research group. CARD Kokonaisvaltainen terveys ja hyvinvointiErasmus+ Sport779
Multiagency cooperation in cross-border operationswww.macico.com1.12.2011 0:00:0031.12.2014 0:00:00International RDI4 EndedMACICO will develop a concept for interworking of security forces in their daily activity. It deals with cooperation of security forces that do not use (in their day-to-day job) the same radio network, but in some missions could take benefit of a share of their respective infrastructure. Use cases such as pursuit of criminals across a border or close support of vehicles going through a border require security forces from both countries to communicate together and to continue to communicate with their control room. The members of an organisation must be allowed to use the foreign radio network to communicate. But the way to organize this foreign use of a radio network is to be defined and validated by security forces authorities (availability of terminal for foreign users, their configuration, group communication over the border, ciphering mechanisms, control on gateways, …) The work of the project will be carried out in cooperation with the public safety organisations that will be in charge to define under which conditions members from foreign organisations a priori working on heterogeneous networks will be able to cross the borders and how and to whom they shall communicate, without putting in danger the security features of the radio network. The requirements for these communications will be led on concrete use cases (France-Spain, France–Belgium, Switzerland-Germany, Switzerland-France and Finland-Estonia borders). Interworking at the border will then address Tetra-Tetrapol, Tetra-Tetra, and Tetrapol-Tetrapol interworking as well. From these requirements, the definition on the way to deploy terminals to foreign organisations, the way to organize and to deploy the solutions including gateways, will be declined in any of interworking cases. The test bed developed in the project will consist in proving the capability for the users to exploit the foreign radio network to communicate with all the members of the "border" communication (radio from both networks, control room from both networks). Of course the development of the necessary "gateways" that will allow the communication across the border will be part of the test. The project is innovative because it addresses not only the interoperability issue, but also the complete procedure that accepts foreign users on a security radio network (which is a priori forbidden for them) and look for a solution that keeps the intrinsic security mechanisms of such networks. Project Leader, Principal lecturer Jyri Rajamäki, jyri.rajamki@laurea.fi, +358407642750 Project Manager, Senior Lecturer Seija Tiainen, seija.tiainen@laurea.fi, +358400217308 e) Learning by Developing toteutuu; a) Kansainvälinen hankeTekes125
Nuoret nopeammin työelämään - yhteistyökäytäntöjen levittämisprojekti (Quicker Steps)www.quickersteps.nethttps://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Quicker-Steps/2740938392732191.2.2011 0:00:0031.12.2012 0:00:00International RDI4 EndedThe project utilized the networks and knowledge of the partner organizations. Know-how was disseminated and developed during four project workshops weeks. Each workshop week included an open seminar. Laurea brought the knowledge of Learning by Developing model as a good practice into the project. The project had a webpage (www.quickersteps.net) and a webjournal. In addition, best practices were also disseminated on the project's Facebook page (Quicker Steps) and on LinkedIN group (Best Practices to Support HE Students' Employment - Quicker Steps). As a part of the workshop weeks Quicker Steps project has organized four seminars. The final dissemination seminar was on 27.11.2012 in Jyväskylä, Finland. During and after the project the partner organizations will develop their procedures by applying the new knowledge. The first workshop week was organized in Laurea Leppävaara during 2.-6.5.2011. The two-day seminar gathered around 65 attendees. The theme was Collaboration between school and work - promoting students’ possibilities to move from school to work. Examples were presented from Laurea, Kymenlaakso University of Applied Sciences and JAMK University of Applied Sciences. International project partners presented their own practices. The second workshop was arranged at Luxembourg University in automn 2011. The workshop theme was Co-operation and partnership solutions with working life in finding ways to enhance employability of international graduates. In the third workshop in Linz, Austria in spring 2012, we got acquainted with apprenticeship models. The workshop in autumn 2012 was hosted by Coventry University, UK. The theme was paradimg change in pedagogy for enhancing student employability and one of the practices benchmarked was Activity-Led Learning. The dissemination seminar was arranged in Jyväskylä in the end of the November. The materials are available at the project's website. Some of the presenters as well other professionals have been invited to write to the project's webjournal http://ejournal.quickersteps.net/. Project coordinator (JAMK University of Applied Sciences): Sirpa Laitinen Väänänen Coordinator (Laurea): Anna Pohjalainen Coordinator (HAAGA-HELIA University of Applied Sciences): Liisa Vanhanen-Nuutinen a) Kansainvälinen hankeESR 2007-2013135
Sensing Rural Cultures www.sensingruralcultures.fi1.4.2011 0:00:0031.12.2013 0:00:00Kansallinen TKI4 EndedSensing Rural Cultures (SING) -project goal is to diversify the countryside business in the Central Metropolitan area and Riihimäki sub-region. The function of the project is to collect and analyze experiences and multi-sensation memorable of local business in the area. During the project there will be organized developing seminars about how to exploitation multi-sensation in business, arranged benchmarking trip to France and produce DVD about the culture and tourism products in the area. The SING-project will collect, saves and analyzes the identity of the different business entrepreneur’s at the area. Local cultures, authenticity, multisensority and Finnishness are the center points of the project. Multisensority can appear at sough of leafs, at chink of restaurants glasses or at smell of tar in the boat factory. In the project´s material bank there will be collected local stories, receipts, wordplays as well as photos, video material and voices. SING-project has started in 2011 and will end during the year of 2013. Laurea University of Applied Sciences is coordinator of the project.Tarja Rinne, Senior lecturer, +358 40 7280766, tarja.rinne@laurea.fi e) Learning by Developing toteutuu; b) Kansallinen hankeManner-Suomen maaseudun kehittämisrahasto 2007-201120