- August 10, 2018
- CASE-STUDIES, NEWSLETTERS
- anthropology, buildings, data mining, energy efficiency, energy information systems, Erasmus+, ethnography, interdisciplinary, Knowledge Alliances, MePIS Energy, PEOPLE project, people-centred approaches, Problem-Based Learning, Slovenian PEOPLE case study, social sciences
The Slovenian PEOPLE case study is one of the four individual case studies that were implemented in the 1st PEOPLE Learning Cycle, which has just recently concluded with a two-day Co-Creation Camp in Amsterdam. In each of the four partner countries, Slovenia, UK, the Netherlands, and Czech Republic, students of social sciences and humanities worke...
- July 30, 2018
- anthropology, engineer's perspective, Horizon 2020, Huygen Installatie Adviseurs, interdisciplinarity, interview, MOBISTYLE project, PEOPLE Newsletter, people-centred development approaches, Peter op't Veld, social sciences
To get an engineer’s perspective on the added value of people-centred development approaches, we talked with Peter op ‘t Veld, senior consultant at Huygen Installatie Adviseurs and coordinator of the Horizon 2020 MOBISTYLE Project. Peter is an engineer with key qualifications in consulting and applied scientific research on renewable energy...
- June 8, 2018
- AI, Ajda Pretnar, anthropology, Dan Podjed, data, data ethnography, data mining, digital anthropology, digital data, ethnography, Ethnography 2.0, machine learning, PEOPLE project, symposium, technologies
What do terms such as data mining, big data and artificial intelligence mean to anthropologists and social scientists? And what has ethnography got to do with it? We looked into these (and other) questions at the interdisciplinary symposium Ethnography 2.0: New Approaches to Understanding Ways of Life. The event was organised on 31 May 2018 [&helli...
Creating people-friendly public services – PEOPLE team delivers training on empathy and people-centred approaches for employees of the Government of Slovenia We deal with public services and government organisations on a daily basis. Is our experience positive, do we perceive them as easy-to-use and people-friendly? Not always. At PEOPLE, we ...