Montréal

Semaine 1 : Montréal, du 21 juin au 29 juin 2018

*Veuillez noter que le programme est sujet à changement sans préavis

VENUE:
HEC Montréal, 3000, chemin de la Côte-Sainte-Catherine, Montréal, H3T 2A7, Manuvie Room, 1st floor;
6@8: HEC Montréal, 5255 Decelles, Montréal, H3T 2B1, Lévis Amphitheater

8:00-9:00
Registration

9:00-9:30
Welcome to HEC Montréal
Michel PATRY (Director, HEC Montreal)
Summer School Overview

Patrick COHENDET (Professor, Mosaic-HEC Montréal)
Laurent SIMON (Professor, Mosaic-HEC Montréal)
Lucy STOJAK (Executive Director, Mosaic-HEC Montréal)
Francesc SOLÉ PARELLADA (Professor, Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC))
Jaume VALLS (Professor, University of Barcelona)
Alice MELCHIOR (Ph.D candidate, HafenCity University (HCU) Hamburg)

9:30-10:30
Introduction of participants – Getting to know each other
Laurent SIMON & the Summer School Team

10:30-11:00
Break

11:00-12:30
CREATIVE WORKSHOP 1: El Sapo Mexicano Workshop
Patrick COHENDET
Laurent SIMON

12:30-14:00
Lunch

Team Projects

14:00-14:30
Team Projects: Overview, guidelines and work dynamic
Patrick COHENDET
Laurent SIMON
Lucy STOJAK

14:30-17:00
Creative Workshop 1: Design thinking
Niels BILLOU (Co-Founder and executive Director, The Humanos Institute)

17:00
Transfer to the Decelles Building, HEC Montréal

18:00-20:00
Welcome
Lucy STOJAK (Executive Director, Mosaic-HEC Montréal)

Introduction of keynote speaker
Michel PATRY (Director, HEC Montréal)

Reinventing the museum. A conversation with Nathalie Bondil, Director General and Chief Curator of the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (MMFA)

Moderators
Patrick COHENDET (Professor, Mosaic-HEC Montréal)
Laurent SIMON (Professor, Mosaic-HEC Montréal)

Cocktail

VENUE
HEC Montréal, 3000, chemin de la Côte-Sainte-Catherine, Manuvie Room, 1st floor

8:00 – 8:30
Continental breakfast

8:30 – 9:45
The creative economy: main challenges and issues
Patrick COHENDET
Laurent SIMON
9:45-10:15
Participant roundtable 1

10:15-10:45
Break

10:45-12:30
Creative reasoning
Marine AGOGUÉ (Professor, HEC Montréal)

12:30– 13:45
Lunch

14:00-15:30
Team project presentations and general discussion

• Challenge CRIAQ: (In collaboration with PROMPT) The digital aerospace ecosystem in Montreal in a context of sustainable mobilty: the digitalization of airports
Cédric PRINCE (Program Director – CRIAQ (Aeronautic Consortium of Quebec)

• Challenge Canadian Mobility and Aerospace Institute: Enabling a more productive aerospace workforce through life-long learning
Marco BEAULIEU ( Head, University Collaboration, Bombardier Aeronautics and Canadian Mobility and Aerospace Institute)

• Challenge Convectair: The Watchful Home concept: creating a community of interest to address how we’ll be living in the future
Etienne BOLZE (Marketing & Communication Manager – Convectair)

• Challenge Hôpital Sainte-Justine: The impact of arts on the health ecosystem
Kathy MALAS (Clinical-academic manager of the innovation platform – CHU Sainte-Justine)

• Challenge ‘Catalunya Emprèn’ (Generalitat de Catalunya): How to improve the Catalan entrepreneurial ecosystem
Jaume VALLS (Professor – University of Barcelona)

• Challenge Via Rail: Station of the Future: What might train stations look like in 2025?
Sean SCHOFIELD (Senior advisor Innovation – Via Rail)

• Challenge Salomon: Biomimicry as a strategy tool for building innovation ecosystems
Jean-Yves COUPUT (Director, Footwear and Business Innovation – Salomon)

Challenge Entretiens Jacques Cartier: How to identify and fight against various forms of exclusion of citizens in the modern cities? Using events to stimulate synergies between Montreal and Lyon
Christophe LECANTE (President & founder TKM TechKnowMetrix)

16:00-16:30
Break

16:00-16:30
New modes of innovation, practices and application
Patrick COHENDET
Laurent SIMON

16:30-16:45
New modes of innovation, new practices and applications: Pecha kuchas
Jugaad innovation
Madan RAO (Research Director, Your Story Media & Founder, Jazzuality)

The role of prizes and global competitions in accelerating innovation
Lucy STOJAK (Executive-director – Mosaic-HEC Montréal)

Innovation and 4.0 Industrial Revolution. Challenges and fantasy?
Francesc SOLÉ PARELLADA (Professor, Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC))

16:45-17:30
Participant roundtable 2

17:30
Transfer to Le Cercle Restaurant, 6th floor, HEC Montréal

18:00 – 20:30
Creative Workshop 2: Making the perfect omelette!
Patrick COHENDET
Laurent SIMON

International Jury:
Pierre BALLOFFET (Professor HEC Montreal)
Francesc SOLÉ PARELLADA

VENUE:
Société des arts technologiques (SAT), 1201, boul. St. Laurent, Montreal, H2X 2S6
– Metro station : Saint-Laurent (Green line)

8:15-:9:00
Continental breakfast

9:00-9:30
3Rs: Review – Reflect – Recreate

9:30-10:00
State of the arts
Laurent SIMON

10:00-10:30
Cultural Policy and the digital disruption
Emilia ZBORALSKA (Interim Director, Transmedia Zone, – Ryerson University)

10:30-10:45
Break

10:45-12:45
Creative Workshop 4: Collaborative art therapy
Ekaterina TURKINA (Professor, HEC Montréal)

12:45-13:45
Lunch

13:45 -14:30
A flair for creativity
Roger PARENT (Founder, President and Head Creative Director, Réalisations.net)

14:30-15:00
A conversation with local Montreal artists
Moderator: Alice NIYIZURUGERO (Founder, RadART)
Eddy FIRMIN
Antoine TAVA
Lina VANDAL

15:00-15:15
Break

15:15-17:00
Music, improvisation and creativity
Thierry GATEAU-BEAUPRÉ (Bass & Ph. D. candidate, HEC Montréal)
Martin DESJARDINS (Saxophonist)
Michael COTNOIR (Guitar)
Martin AUGUSTE (Drums)
Madan RAO (Research Director, Your Story Media & Founder, Jazzuality)

17:00-17:45
An immersive experience: Sat Fest 2018 in the Satosphere

18:00-19:00
Cocktail at the SAT Foodlab
Free evening

VENUE:
Espace La Fontaine, 3933 av. du Parc-La Fontaine, Montreal, H2L 0C7

11:00-13:00
Brunch & team project time

13:00 – 17:00
The YULISM Rallye
Stéphane MARTEL (Founder and CEO, YULISM)
Olivier OFFMAN (Partner and COO, YULISM)
And the YULISTAS!

17:00-19:00
Petanque competition and cocktail

CHU Sainte-Justine – Mother and Child University Hospital Center, 3175, chemin de la Côte-Sainte-Catherine, Montréal, H3T 1C5

8:00-8:30
Continental breakfast

8:30-9:30
Welcome
Isabelle DEMERS (Assistant Director General, CHU Sainte-Justine)

Experiential journey: discovering the new hospital facilities

9:30-11:00
Innovation to improve health: the case of TransMedtech, living lab of CHU Sainte-Justine
Carl Éric AUBIN (Executive & Scientific director, TransMedtech)

Rethinking the health care system in France
Corinne GRENIER (Professor, Kedge Business School)

Innovation ecosystems. The case of the CHU Sainte-Justine
Patrick COHENDET
Laurent SIMON
Kathy MALAS (Innovation and Exploration Platform Units Manager, CHU Sainte-Justine)

Group discussion

11:00-11:15
Break

11:15-12:15
Lessons learned from innovative ecosystems in healthcare as applied to the team projects
Patrick COHENDET
Laurent SIMON

12:15-13:15
Lunch

13:30-14:00
The Hacking Health Philosophy, preparing the creative workshop on innovative ecosystems in healthcare.
Luc SIROIS (Executive Director, PROMPT & Co-founder, Hacking Health)

14:00-17:00
CREATIVE WORKSHOP 5: applying an Ideathon Competition to the team projects
Luc SIROIS (Executive Director, PROMPT & Co-founder, Hacking Health)

17:00-17:30
Lessons learned from Hacking Health for the team projects
Patrick COHENDET
Laurent SIMON
Luc SIROIS

Free evening

VENUES:
Bombardier Aeronautics, 500 boul. Côte Vertu Ouest, Dorval, H9P 1A2;
Bell Campus, 1, Alexandre Graham-Bell, Île-des-Soeurs, Verdun, H3E 3B3

7:30
Meeting point for bus departure
Hilton Garden Hotel, 380, rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montréal, H3A 0B1

8:30
Arrival at the Challenger plant

8:45-9:00
Coffee

9:00-9:30
Welcome to the Challenger plant. Bombardier’s business aircraft
Marco BEAULIEU (Head, University Collaboration, Bombardier Aeronautics)

9:30-10:30
Visit of the “Challenger production unit”

10:30
Return to auditorium annex

10:40-11:20
Designing the interior of the most luxurious private jet in the world : Art between innovation, creativity and engineering!
Alexandre CURTHELET (Industrial Designer-Global 7000, Bombardier)

11:20
Transfer to buses, departure for Bell

12:15
Arrival at Bell

12:30-13:30
Lunch

13:30-13:40
Welcome
Julie BAILLARGEON (Associate Director, Brand Management, Bell Canada)

13:40-14:20
Big data business solutions
Michael MOLNAR (Director, Business Intelligence and DBM, Bell Canada)

Bell’s Internet of Things (Iot)
tbc

14:20-15:00
How does Bell bring world-class IoT solutions to businesses?
Jean-François MENARD (Senior Consultant – Data solutions and IoT, Bell Canada)

15:00-16:30
Introduction to data science
François-Xavier DEVAILLY (Applied Research Scientist Deep Learning, Desjardin)
Johan SABA (Analyst – Technology Watch and Business Innovation, CDPQ)
Jean-Baptiste DÉBORDÈS, Ph.D. Candidate, Data Science – HEC Montréal

16:30-16:45
Break

16:45-17:30
Recap: The use of Big Data for the team projects
Christophe LECANTE (President & Founder, TKM-TechKnowMetrix)

17:45
Return to downtown Montreal
Free evening

VENUES:
Cirque du Soleil (CDS), 8400, 2e avenue, Montreal, H1Z 4M6
La TOHU, 2345 rue Jarry Est, Montréal, H1Z 4P3
Stade de soccer de Montréal, 9235 Avenue Papineau, Montreal, H2M 2G5
HEC Montréal, 3000, chemin de la Côte-Sainte-Catherine, 6th floor, Retaurant le Cercle

7:30
Meeting point for bus departure
Hilton Garden Hotel, 380, rue Sherbrooke O., Montreal, H3A 0B1

8:00-8:15
Arrival & breakfast

8:30 – 9:30
Welcome to the CDS
Introduction to the C.LAB
Bernard PETIOT (VP Casting & Performance, Cirque du Soleil)

9:30 – 10:45
Behind the scenes: a guided tour of the CDS

10:45 – 11:00
Break and change into sportswear

11:00 – 12:30
CREATIVE WORKSHOP 6: Acro-artistic activities

12:30 – 12:45
Transfer to la Coupole

12:45-13:45
Lunch

13:45-14:00
Transfer to la TOHU

14:00-15:15
Welcome & visit
Sustainable development through culture: the example of la TOHU
Stéphane LAVOIE (Director General, la TOHU)

15:15
Transfer to bus, departure for Montreal Soccer Stadium
Visit

6@8 with Yves Pigneur (Professor HEC Lausanne, co-author of the best seller Business Model Generation) (tbc)

VENUES:
HEC Montréal, 3000, chemin de la Côte-Sainte-Catherine, Manuvie Room, 1st floor;
Ubisoft Montréal, 5505, boul. St. Laurent, Montréal, H2T 1S6

8:30-9:00
Continental breakfast

9:00-9:30
3Rs: Review – Reflect –Recreate

9:30-10:30
Berlin as a creative city
Jean-Alain HÉRAUD (Professor, Université de Strasbourg)

Barcelona as a creative city
Paco Solé PARELLADA

10:30-10:45
Break

10:45-12:00
Team project time

12:00-13:15
Lunch

13:15
Transfer by public transportation to Ubisoft Montréal

14:00-14:15
Introduction
Pierre-François SAPINSKI (Production Director, Ubisoft Montréal)
José ARAIZA (Producer, Ubisoft Montréal)

14:15-14:35
Welcome to Ubisoft Montréal
Yannis MALLAT (CEO, Ubisoft Montréal)

14:35-17:25
Game Jam: Live the Experience
Bio Jade ADAM GRANDER (Lead System Designer, Ubisoft Montréal)
Benoit FRENETTE (Game Designer, Ubisoft Montréal)
Alexandre LEQUIN-DORÉ (Animator)

17:25-17:40
Lessons learned & discussion
Laurent SIMON

17:40-19:00
Cocktail

Free evening

Jardin botanique de Montréal, 4010 Sherbrooke Est, Montréal- Metro station : Pie IX, Blue Line)

8:15-9:00
Arrival at the Botanical Garden – Welcome Centre
Meeting at the Biodiversity Center – Breakfast

9:00-9:25
3Rs: Review – Reflect – Recreate

9:30-10:00
How Montréal Space for Life sustains creativity
Charles-Mathieu BRUNELLE (Executive-Director, Montreal Space for Life)

10:00-10:30
The Insectarium’s metamorphosis creative process
Anne CHARPENTIER (Director, Insectarium)

10:30-10:45
Break

10:45-11:15
Human and Nature Encounters: exploring new approaches of programing and marketing
Anne CHARPENTIER (Director, Insectarium)
Sylvie TOUSIGNANT (Public Programs Adviser, Espace pour la vie)
Lucie ROCHETTE (Marketing Agent, Marketing and Communication, Espace pour la vie)

11:15-12:15
Walk and fun visit of “Nature is your Shelter” installations (if weather allows it)
With Sonya CHAREST (Educational programs, Espace pour la vie)

12:15-14:00
Working lunch
Recap week 1
Team project update

FREE AFTERNOON/DEPARTURE FOR BERLIN

Semaine 2 : Berlin, du 30 juin au 4 juillet et Barcelone, du 5 au 9 juillet 2018

*Veuillez noter que le programme est sujet à changement sans préavis

Arrival in Berlin
Day off

Optional Group dinner (tbc)

VENUES:
Freie Universität Berlin (FUB), Garystraße 21, Room HS 103;
MEOW GmbH, Holzmarktße 25

9:00-9:30
Welcome & Introduction
Patrick COHENDET (Professor, HEC Montréal)
Jörg SYDOW (Professor Dr., Freie Universität Berlin)

9:30-10:30
Research Input I: Uncertainty as an asset for creativity
Oliver IBERT (Professor Dr., Freie Universität Berlin & IRS Leibniz Institute for Research on Society and Space)
Gregory JACKSON (Professor Dr., Freie Universität Berlin)
Tobias THEEL (Ph.D. candidate, Freie Universität Berlin)
Lukas VOGELGSANG (Ph.D. candidate, IRS Leibniz Institute for Research on Society and Space)

10:30-10:45
Break

10:45-13:00
Berlin Music Tours
Thilo SCHMIED (President, Berlin Music Tours)

13:00-14:00
Lunch at Spreefeld

14:00-15:00
Guided walking tour: “Holzmarkt as integral part of the East Spree area”
Guide: Thomas HONECK (City of Berlin & Ph.D. candidate, IRS Leibniz Institute for Research on Society and Space)

15:00-15:45
Berlin as an urban creative space
Lutz LEICHSENRING (Founder, Creative Footprint Music)

16:00- 17:00
Panel on Celebrating urban creativity
Moderator: Oliver IBERT (Professor Dr., Freie Universität Berlin & IRS Leibniz Institute for Research on Society and Space)
Panelists:
Mario HUSTEN (Board member Holzmarkt 25 e.G.)
Thomas HONECK
Lutz LEICHSENRING

17:00- …..
An evening in the Pampa
Watching the Soccer World Cup!

VENUES:
Freie Universität Berlin (FUB), Garystraße 21, Room HS 103;
Hub:raum, Winterfeldtstr. 21;
Plug & Play XXXXXX
Ableton & Ableton, Schönhauser Allee 6/7, 10119 Berlin;
SAP Data Space, Rosenthaler Str. 38;

8:00
Breakfast at Harnack-Haus

8:45
Transfer to classroom HS 103, FUB

9:00-9:30
3Rs: Review – Reflect – Recreate

9:30–10:30
Research Input II: Secrecy in Creative Processes
Birke OTTO (Postdoc, Viadrina University)

10:30-11:00
Transfer by public transport

11:00-12:00
Visiting an accelerator: Hub:raum, Plug & Play or Microsoft
Speakers and place TBC

12:00 – 12:15
Transfer to Ableton & Ableton

12:15-13:00
Searching for Sound at Ableton’s
Speaker(s) TBC

13:00-13:45
Lunch

13:45
Transfer to SAP Data Space

14:00-14:30
Welcome to SAP Data Space
Christian STARK (Lead Design Evangelist, SAP)

Design a future we want to live in
Martin WEZOWSKI (Chief Designer & Futurist, SAP)
Upen BARVE (Head of Customer Office, SAP Innovation Center Network)

14:30-15:15
AI for corporations – scalable efficiencies to scalable intelligence
Upen BARVE (Head of Customer Office, SAP Innovation Center Network)

15:15-15:30
Break

15:30-16:00
Panel discussion around Machine Learning and AI
Moderator: Christian STARK
Ableton (tbc)
Martin WEZOWSKI (Chief Designer & Futurist, SAP)
Upen BARVE (Head of Customer Office, SAP Innovation Center Network)
Summer School participants (tbc)

16:00-18:00
Team project work time

18:00-19:00
Free time

19:00-21:30
Dinner & cruise

Freie Universität Berlin (FUB), Garystraße 21, Room HS 103;
WISTA Science & Technology Park, Rudower Chaussee 17, 12489 Berlin, Einstein Room;
Museumsinsel, Hackescher Markt

8:00
Breakfast at Harnack-Haus

8:45
Transfer to classroom HS 103, FUB

9:00-9:30
3Rs: Review – Reflect – Recreate

9:30–10:30
Research Input III: Co-presence in Creative Processes
Gernot GRABHER (Professor Dr., HafenCity University Hamburg)
Alice MELCHIOR (Ph.D. candidate, HafenCity University Hamburg)
Jörg SYDOW (Professor Dr., Freie Universität Berlin)

10:30-11:30
Transfer by public transportation to the WISTA Science & Technology Park in Adlershof

11:30-12:15
Managing for innovation in a Science Park and an Optics Cluster
Bernd LUDWIG (WISTA Management Adlershof)
Frank LERCH (Dr., Director, OpTecBB)

12:15-13:00
History of the Science Park Adlershof
Elmar KULKE (Professor Dr., Humboldt Universität Berlin)

13:00- 13:45
Lunch

13:45-14:30
Guided walking tour of the Science Park Adlershof
Bernd LUDWIG
Frank LERCH

14:30-15:15
Transfer by public transportation to Museumsinsel

15:30-18:00
Introduction to the Museumsinsel and to the Museum for Früh- und Vorgeschichte
Dr. Matthias WEMHOF (Director, Museum for Früh-und Vorgeschichte) (tbc)

End of Berlin portion of the Summer School
Free evening

WELCOME TOUR
VENUE: tbc

18:50
Meeting point: Plaça Catalunya (Bus stop in front of Olivia Plaza Hotel)

19:00-21:00
Bus tour – “Highlights of Barcelona” (optional)

19:30
Welcome cocktail (informal dinner)
Meeting friends of the Barcelona Week and alumni from previous editions of the Summer School

VENUE: Fundació Alícia, Sant Fruitos del Bages

7:30
Meeting point: Plaça Catalunya
Transfer to Sant Fruitós del Bages, Fundació Alícia

8:45-9:15
Coffee

9:15-9:30
Planning of the week and welcome to the Fundació Alicia
Jaume VALLS (Professor, University of Barcelona)
Montserrat PAREJA-EASTAWAY (Professor, University of Barcelona)
Toni MASSANES (Director, Fundació Alicia)

Introduction of week 2 participants

9:30-11:45
The sense of the senses. The sense of Alícia
Judit AUGÉ (Món Sant Benet)
Jaume BIARNÉS (Chef, Fundació Alícia)

11:45-12:15
Break

12:15-12:30
3Rs: Review – Reflect – Recreate

12:30-13:30
Catalan Cuisine and the Restaurant 7 Portes
Francesc SOLÉ PARELLADA (Professor, Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC))

13:30-14:30
Creative pastry
Yann DUYTSCHE (Master patissier-chocolatier-artist, Dolç)

14:45-16:15
Lunch

16:15–18:00
Team project working time

18:00
Return to Barcelona city center

VENUES:
Roca Gallery, c /Joan Güell, 211 (Metro Maria Cristina);
Pati Manning, Carrer de Montalegre, 7;
Restaurant 7 Portes, Passeig Isabel 11,14

8:45
Welcome Coffee

9:15-9:30
Welcome to Roca Gallery concept
Georgina PALAU (Manager, Roca Barcelona Gallery)

9:30 -10:30
Innovation at Roca
Josep CONGOST (Innovation and Design Director, Roca)

10:30-11:00
3Rs: Review – Reflect – Recreate

11:00-11:30
Break and visit of the Barcelona Roca Gallery

11:30-12:30
From concept to reality
Andreu CARULLA (Designer, Andreu Carulla Studio)

12:30-13:30
Are you an innovation leader?
Enric BARBA (President of the Innovation and Technology Club of CECOT)

13:30
Transfer to Pati Manning

14:30-16:15
Lunch & Team project work time

16:15-17:00
Citizen Science: Collective Research in Action for Social Change
Josep PERELLÓ (Professor, University of Barcelona)

17:00-18:00
We are all creative but how to apply it. Two personal views on creativity.
Cesc GELABERT (Choreographer / Dancer)
Lydia AZZOPARDI (Dancer)

18:00-19:00
Anys Llum
Eugenia BALCELLS (Artist)

21:00
7 Portes Dinner (Optional)

VENUES:
CosmoCaixa, Carrer d’Isaac Newton, 26;

9:00-9:30
Welcome Coffee

9:30-10:00
CosmoCaixa welcome speech (tbc)

10:00-10:15
3Rs: review – reflect –recreate

10:15-11:30
Rethinking design and creation: Lessons from C – K theory
Armand HATCHUEL (Professor, École des Mines, Paris)

11:.30-12:00
Coffee Break

12:00-12:45
Zero 2 Infinity
José Mariano LOPEZ-URDIALES (Founder & CEO, Zero 2 Infinity)

12:45-13:15
Montreal and Barcelona: an economic overview
Conversation with Alfons CALDÉRON (Director, Bureau du Québec in Barcelona)

13:15-14:00
Visit of CosmoCaixa

14:15-16:00
Lunch & Team project working time

16:00-17:00
Art and Culture at the crossroads: challenges and actions
Tere BADIA (Secretary General, Culture Action Europe, Brussels)

17:00-17:15
Coffee

17:15-18:45
Barcelona and innovation district 22@
Davíd MARTINEZ (Manager, Coordination Commission, 22@)
Oriol ESTELA (Metropolitan Region of Barcelona Strategic Plan)
Montserrat PAREJA-EASTAWAY (Professor, University of Barcelona)

Free evening

VENUE: Institute of Next. Mariá Aguiló 28

8:30-10:30
Bus tour – “Architecture and creative areas of Barcelona”

10:30-11:00
Coffee Break

11:00-11:30
Creative and Innovation Spaces, State of Art
Alfons CORNELLA (Founder, Infonomia and Co-society)

11:30-12:45
Creative Spaces: a debate
Alfons CORNELLA
Ignasi CAPDEVILA (Associate Professor, PSB Paris School of Business)
Pep TORRES (Inventor & Founder of the Museu d’Idees I Invents de Barcelona (MIBA))

12:45:13:30
Understanding customers to future-proof your business model
Olga SGANZERLA (Associate, Innovation Consulting, Claro Partners)

13:30-14:00
3Rs: Review – Reflect – Recreate

14:00-14:45
Lunch

14:45 -15:45
Team project working time

15:45 -16:45
4 creative startups (tbc)

16:45 -18:15
A city of startups.
Pere CONDOM (Director, Catalunya Emprèn)
Itziar BLASCO (Barcelona Activa)

VENUES:
Faculty of Economics and Business, UB, Av. Diagonal, 696 (Metro Zona Universitària)
Morning: 696 Building. Afternoon (as of 16:30) 690 Building.

8:45-9:15
Welcome coffee

9:15-9:45
3Rs: Review – Reflect – Recreate

9:45-11:45
Team Project Working Time

11:45-12:00
Break

12:00-12:45
Working Time Team Project

12:45-14:00
Team Project Presentations

14:00-15:00
Lunch

15:00-16:00
Final creativity performance
Xavi LOZANO (Musician, Bufa & Sons)

16:00-16:30
Coffee break
And short walking transfer to 690 Building

16:30-17:15
Closing ceremony
Patrick COHENDET (HEC Montreal)
Albert CIRERA (Universitat de Barcelona)
Miquel Àngel ESSOMBA (Barcelona City Council)
Francesc SOLE PARELLADA (UPC)
Alfons CALDERON (Bureau du Québec)

17:15-18:15
Beyond gastronomy. Efficient and long-lasting creativity
Ferran ADRIÀ (Chef)

18:30
10th Summer School Anniversary Celebration!

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