- June 17, 2019
- CONFERENCES, Events
- Alliander, anthropology, applied anthropology, Atrij ZRC SAZU, Comtrade, design, emerging technologies, energy transition, Erasmus+, future mobility, future technologies, industry, IRI UL, Knowledge Alliances, Marko Javornik, Monash University, PEOPLE, PEOPLE project symposium, people-centred approaches, Peter Pos, Sarah Pink, social sciences, Voyego, ZRC SAZU
PEOPLE project symposium Forget about users – start thinking about people! Social sciences, humanities and industry co-creating technologies and services for the future Thursday, 4 July 2019, 12:30 pm – 4 pm Atrij ZRC SAZU, Novi trg 2, 1000 Ljubljana Human-centred design, people-centred development, UX, AI and ethics, autonomous vehicle...
- November 2, 2018
- design, design anthropology, Erasmus+, interview, Jan Urban, Jure Vetršek, Knowledge Alliances, newsletter, PEOPLE Newsletter No. 4, PEOPLE project, Sarah Pink, Why the World Needs Anthropologists, WWNA
PEOPLE project is back with a fresh issue of its colourful newsletter! PEOPLE Newsletter No. 4 is dedicated to the topic of 2018 Why the World Needs Anthropologists (WWNA) symposium: Designing the future, which just recently took place in Lisbon, Portugal. The PEOPLE team was there and all symposium attendees received a copy of the […]...
- 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...
PEOPLE students, academic and industry mentors attended a facilitated workshop, using an innovative communication tool called Bee Box to debate the Slovenian PEOPLE case study and to orient the course of their research. In the Slovenian PEOPLE case study, a team of social science students is researching energy consumption in two adjoined buildings ...