RGCS EVENTS in 2017

 

Copenhagen – #EGOS2017

5th July (4:20pm): 1st workshop, entitled “Organization & Organizing of the Sharing Economy” (OOSE) will be an opportunity to exchange about the organizational concepts, theories and methods helpful to analyse the organization & organizing modes of the sharing & peer-to-peer economy.

Divided into two parts :

  • 4.30 pm to 5.30 pm @ BlOXHUB
  • 8 pm to 9.30pm @ CBS COPENHAGEN BUSINESS SCHOOL

Program & registration here !

 

Geneva (Switzerland) – OSI-UN

The Research Group on Collaborative Spaces (RGCS) will be represented at the conference on CrowdInnovation and FabLabs at the United Nations (UN) in Geneva on Wednesday 13th December 2017.

The CFL conference, jointly organized by the UN and the OSI organization.

Aurore Dandoy (PSL, Université Paris-dauphine) and Serge Bolidum (McErnest Group), respectively coordinators of RGCS Paris and RGCS Berlin, will present the events and experimentations organized by the RGCS between 2015 and 2017, and how they draw on third-places cultures, techniques and governance to produce transformative effects on academic practices and the city.

This will be a great opportunity to talk about meta-organizations in the context of the epitome of meta-organizations (UN).

PDF to download : Conference about fab labs at ONU Geneva_RGCS

Contact: aurore.dandoy@dauphine.eu and serge.bolidum@mc-ernest.com

Paris

29th June (7 PM): apéritif #RGCSParis de fin d’année sur les quais de Seine (RDV au Batofar, quai François Mauriac).

28th September: Special seminar about fablabs at La Paillasse. Presentations by Constance Garnier (Telecom Paris-Tech) and by Amadou Lô (Toulouse). More information coming soon !

For more information: aurore.dandoy@dauphine.eu or devaujany@dauphine.fr

 

 

Lyon

28th June: (all day) at Sciences Po Lyon “Fabrique d’idées sur l’Economie collaborative de la DIRECCTE ARA”.

La Direction Régionale des Entreprises, de la Concurrence, de la Consommation, du Travail et de l’Emploi (DIRECCTE – http://auvergne-rhone-alpes.direccte.gouv.fr) de la Région Auvergne Rhône-Alpes organise chaque année une journée de formation pour ses agents.

Le thème de cette année est l’économie collaborative. Afin de proposer un mode de construction de connaissance original et en accord avec le thème traité, quatre acteurs se sont réunis afin de proposer une expérience d’apprentissage en commun (qui ne nécessite pas de connaissances préalables).

Pour participer à ce living lab / fabrique d’idées il est obligatoire de s’inscrire en ligne à l’adresse ci-dessous : http://auvergne-rhone-alpes.direccte.gouv.fr/Fabrique-d-idees-le-28-juin-2017-a-Lyon-L-economie-collaborative

Comme cette expérience est originale (sur le fond et la forme), ceux souhaitant contribuer à la documenter, peuvent le faire savoir par MP à david.vallat@univ-lyon1.fr.

Berlin

11th October: Visit and meeting in a different place from usual : Regus!

For teasing, let’s have few keywords : collaborative spaces – Management Science -Applied Economic Geography.

Imagine a cross-combined view from above by researchers in geography, from below by researchers in management and from outside/inside by researchers in philosophy… Join and create science with researchers and practitionners !

Address: 4th Floor, Gontardstraße 11, 10178 Berlin – http://www.regus.com/office-space/germany/berlin/berlin-alexanderplatz

 

Toulouse – launch of the chapter

 

Amsterdam

11st May (4 PM at the Thinking Hut) : New Meeting of #RGCSAmsterdam

“We will have the opportunity to visit the space and learn about its day to day functioning. After that, we will have a very informal meeting in which we can exchange research ideas. If you are working on an early stage (or even not-yet-existent) research project related to collaborative spaces in the broadest sense of the work, we encourage you to prepare a pitch of approx. 10 minutes.

This way several people can present their ideas and we can all benefit from quick feedback.”

For more information: boukje.cnossen@gmail.com

 

London

Meeting point soon.

For more information: helene.lambrix@gmail.com or stefan.haefliger.1@city.ac.uk