7.-10. June, 2016. Participation online or in person at KTH Stockholm. This writing seminar will give research students within the INNOCHAIN network the opportunity to critically understand the implications of how they present their work through academic and non-academic writing.
19. – 20. May, 2016 at Bartlett School of Architecture/ London. This course introduces a range of different theories of computation and technology, each from a different practical, historical or philosophical point of view.
7- 8 March, 2016 at CITA/KADK, Copenhagen. The aim for the InnoChain Start-Up Seminar was to create a shared venue in which all ESRs presented their research questions and methodologies. The seminar invited all beneficiaries and industry partners to discuss and review the proposals in plenum. The seminar also functioned as a networking event in which further synergy within the three scientific Work Packages could be pursued.