Celebrate Innovation & Entrepreneurship! – Københavns Universitet

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01. oktober 2015

Celebrate Innovation & Entrepreneurship!


Each year dedicated teachers, students and companies take part in fulfilling the CIEL principles, when cross-disciplinary courses and events take place with students from Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen University and the Technical University of Denmark.

Copenhagen Innovation and Entrepreneurship Lab invites you to take part in an afternoon of celebrating innovation and entrepreneurship, with great talks and time to network and catch up.

You will be able to hear a talk from the invited speaker Professor Jonathan Levie from the University of Strathclyde, who has career long experience with innovation and entrepreneurship.

Jonathan Levie has published several articles that coincides well with the principles of the CIEL program, that cross-disciplinary teams have a higher success rate, and also on the topic of the importance of entrepreneurship education and training in universities.

Jonathan Levie will give a presentation titled: “Leveraging expertise across a university's entrepreneurial ecosystem: Breaking faculty boundaries between students, staff and alumni”

The day will be full of other great talks, inspiration, networking, drinks and you'll get the chance to try som delicious Japanese food. 

The event will take place at DTU skylab the 6th of October from 14:00 - 18:00. The adress is: DTU Skylab, Diplomvej, Building 373 A, 2800 Kgs. Lyngby.

Registration: Free. Just send an e-mail to Frederik Nygaard (frbn@dtu.dk).

Please see the program for further information.

About CIEL:

CIEL is an alliance between the three major universities in Copenhagen: University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen Business School and the Technical University of Denmark. CIEL embodies their joint efforts to develop and support initiatives within entrepreneurship and innovation for the benefits of students, industry, research and education within the region.

CIEL is embedded at the three Universities and is now solely focusing on strategic educational initiatives within areas with societal impact. The initiatives are: Digital Services, Bio-Business, Sustainability, Food, Health, Maritime Logistics and Climate.