Co-creating Innovation have long been integral to the mission of Bragança Polytechnic University | Instituto Politécnico de Bragança, underpinning our commitment to fostering future-oriented higher education that addresses the complex challenges of the world of work. Within STARS EU, our Strategic Alliance for Regional Transition funded in the European Universities Initiative, we've adopted a pedagogical approach that places significant emphasis on fostering inherent collaboration with external stakeholders from all regions of our nine european partners. This commitment is driven by our understanding that the vitality of higher education institutions, professors, researchers, and students is profoundly intertwined with the benefits derived from these co-creation activities. Furthermore, our vision extends globally, as we proactively aim to facilitate the growth of a knowledge-driven regional economies through robust international cooperation.
In this spirit, the International Conference on Co-Creation Processes in Higher Education (In2CoP) serves as a crucial platform for reflection and the sharing of insights garnered from co-creation ecosystems. This event is designed to inspire and sustain the growth of a multidisciplinary and multicultural learning community, one that is fully equipped to navigate the evolving landscape of higher education and address the intricate challenges posed by the contemporary and the future employment landscape.
Orlando Rodrigues President of the Bragança Polytechnic University
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The participants of In2CoP 2024 are invited to submit abstracts of Co-Creation projects. Authors should consider that the abstracts of co-creation projects should include at least 3 author profiles: Students; Professors/ Supervisors and external stakeholders (SME, Industry, ONG, public sector or civil society). Accepted and presented abstracts will be considered for publication in the Conference Proceedings
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Vera Ferro-Lebres Ana Isabel Pereira Ana Raquel Rodrigues António Meireles Bárbara Barroso Cláudia Costa Fernando Pereira Inês Barbedo João Paulo Pereira Juliana Almeida Paula Cabo Pedro Rodrigues Vítor Gonçalves Kathleen Carvalho
Orlando Rodrigues, Bragança Polytechnic University (Portugal) Luís Pais, Bragança Polytechnic University (Portugal) Albano Alves, Bragança Polytechnic University (Portugal) António Mourão, Bragança Polytechnic University (Portugal) Carl-Fredrik Miles, University West (Sweden) Daniel Stavarek, Silesian University in Opava (Czechia) Dariusz Bogdal, Cracow University of Technology (Poland) Dorinela Cupi, Aleksander Moisiu University of Durres (Albania) Erneste Pereda, University of La Laguna (Spain) Esther Isabel Garcia Arranz, University of La Laguna (Spain) Ewa Stekierzynska, Cracow University of Technology (Poland) Gabriele Witter, Bremen University of Applied Sciences (Germany) Gunnar Peterson, University West (Sweden) Heike Tauerschmidt, Bremen University of Applied Sciences (Germany) José Francisco Sigut Saavedra, University of La Laguna (Spain) Marieke Steenbergen, University of Franche-Comté (France) Rima Dijskstra, Hanz University of Applied Sciences (The Netherlands) Rodrigo Trujillo, University of La Laguna (Spain) Roman Sperka, Silesian University in Opava (Czechia) Samir Jemei, University of Franche-Comté (France) Tiago Barbosa, Bragança Polytechnic University (Portugal) Vicente Leite, Bragança Polytechnic University (Portugal) Viorela Polena, Aleksander Moisiu University of Durres (Albania)
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