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    Welcome to the PhD course ”Knowledge in Collaboration - 2020b”. 

     Locations:The course is given at different locations.  Plan your travels in time (see pictures in welcome letter).

    Questions regarding the course: 

    Johan.flygare@med.lu.se+46727395959


    Monday, Jan 20      Introduction.

    Time: 09.00 – 12.30

    Preparation: Bring smartphone or laptop. Be in time!

     Location: SmiLe Incubator, Medicon Village, Scheelevägen 2, Lund. 

    30 min walk from Lund C. 

    https://goo.gl/maps/M2BfdCXXszP2 

    Assignment for next week: Uploaded to Moodle before next class.
    - Written Self-reflection, at least ½ A4 (>250words).

    My attitudes towards collaboration, entrepreneurship and innovation?

    What is my role, my opportunities for collaboration?

    In what way are my ideas and research valuable to society?

    What do I want to learn in this course?


    Tuesday, Jan 21          Research in collaboration.

    Time:   09.00 – 12.00                       HSC: B235, Baravägen 3, Lund

                      Lunch                                       own time

                      13.00-16.00                         HSC: B235, Baravägen 3, Lund

     

    Preparation: Upload self-reflection assignment. At least ½ A4 (>250words).

    My attitudes towards collaboration, entrepreneurship and innovation?

    What is my role, my opportunities for collaboration?

    In what way are my ideas and research valuable to society?

    What do I want to learn in this course?

      

    Location:BMC I1345, Sölvegatan 19, Lund. 

    https://goo.gl/maps/bDVfYMCW4py

    It is a 15 minute walk from Lund C. After arriving at BMC reception follow the red line on the map and go up two floors to I13. 

     Assignment for next week

    Prepare a 2 minute pitch about the value of your project/idea.


    Thursday, Jan 23          Research value potential and pitch-training.

    Time: 09.00 – 17.00      

    Preparation:   Prepare your 2 minute pitch and if needed a powerpoint presentation.

    Who is it directed to (colleague, journalist, investor, collaborator et c)?

    It is recommended to use powerpoint and bring your own laptop.

    Location: BMC I1345, Sölvegatan 19, Lund. This location may change to "the Spark" at Mediocon village if the building is ready. If so the class will be informed.


    About LU Innovation:

    https://www.innovation.lu.se/en/about-lu-innovation

    Assignment for next week: Uploaded to Moodle before next occation.
    Written Self-reflection, at least ½ A4.     

    The necessary steps you will take so that society can benefit from your ideas.

    Imagine the steps towards commercializing your idea.


    Friday, Jan 24                      Creating value.

     Time: 09.00 – 14.30 

    Preparation: Upload self-reflection assignment. At least ½ A4 (>250words).

    The necessary steps you will take so that society can benefit from your ideas.

    Imagine the steps towards commercializing your idea.

    Location: BMC I134, Sölvegatan 19, Lund. 


    Final Assignment:   

     Written Self-reflection, at least one A4 page (>500 words).           


     

    The people you will work with during the course:


    Medical faculty                  

    Johan Flygare, johan.flygare@med.lu.se Cell phone: 0727-395959

    Marcus Järås, marcus.jaras@med.lu.se

     

    LU Innovation                     

    Linus Wiebe, director. linus.wiebe@innovation.lu.se

    Johanna Asklin, business developer johanna.asklin@innovation.lu.se

    Fredrik Edman, patent attorney fredrik.edman@innovation.lu.se

    Annie Chandy, business developer annie.chandy@innovation.lu.se

     

    Lund University School of Economics and Management

    Pauline Mattsson pauline.mattsson@ki.se


    Medicon Valley Alliance

    Petter Hartman, CEO ph@mva.org

     

    Sten K. Johnson Centre for Entrepreneurship

    Marie Löwegren, Director marie.lowegren@fek.lu.se

     

    Entrepreneur and business 

    Martina Kvist Reimer, Founder, Excecutive vice president, Red Glead Discovery



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    Requirements to pass:

    - 100% attendance and active participation!

    - Upload all 4 assignments in time.

    Aims: 

    The overall aims are to learn to reflect on the importance of academic research in society at large and how academic research can help solve society's challenges.  

    Learning outcomes: 

    On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:

    • describe and reflect on the concepts of collaboration, utilization and innovation in relation to academic research.
    • analyze and then deliver a time and recipient-adapted "pitch" that effectively describes the potential benefits of a research project.
    • reflect on potential for more collaboration and value creation today, and how to continue to contribute to increased cooperation and creation of values ​​in society.

    Learning Activities: 

    In order for each student to learn how to increase their interaction with society, the course contains several interactive learning activities that call for self-reflection and group reflection. This includes situations where students will learn to convey the importance of their research, argue and describe how their research has the potential to generate a greater value. Other activities involve case studies, simulation of real situations as well as discussions with entrepreneurs. During  group exercises students will train to receive and provide instant feedback effectively. Finally, the students will work with the written self-reflection in which they reflect on opportunities for collaboration, utilization and innovation now and in the future. This self-reflection shall be integrated into the student portfolio.

    Assessment:

    Grades are Pass or Fail. For a Pass on the course, the students must:

    • actively participate in all components of the course
    • give and take constructive criticism with fellow course participants
    • submit an individual written self-reflection to be integrated into the PhD student portfolio
              

    • Day 1. Introduction.

      09:00. Brief introduction (teachers Marcus Järås and Johan Flygare). 

      09:15. Exercise 

      11:00. Fika  

      11:20. Linus Wiebe, LU Innovation.

      12:00-12:30.  Tour at smiLe Incubator to get a glance of entrepreneurs in action.

       


    • Day 2. Collaboration

      Program

      9:00 – 9:15   Welcome and introduction

      9:15 – 10:30   Case reading + Fika

      10:30 – 12:00   Discussion of case introduced by short presentation of case 

      12:00 – 13:00   Lunch

      13.00 – 13:45   Collaboration in ‘theory’: Lecture - a conceptual overview 

      13:45 – 14:00   Fika

      14:00 – 14:30   Collaboration in practice: Experiences from practitioners 

      14:30 – 15:00   Discussion with practitioners 

      15:00 – 15:30  Summary of reflections and learnings

      15:30 – 16:00   Information about preparations for "Assignment 2", pitch training during next occasion (see below)

      Please prepare a 2 minute long pitch on your research (preferably using power point or a similar presentation tool).  
      - The pitch should be directed at a stakeholder (for example colleagues, investors, journalists, etc.)of your own choice.
      - No need to upload presentation-

      Next week please bring your own computer. If this is not possible bring USB stick with presentation.

    • Day 3 "pitch training" with LU Innovation

      09:00Welcome and Introduction

      - Pitch round 1

      - Lecture NABC

      - Lunch and preparation for pitch round 2

      - Pitch round 2

      - Preparation for pitch round 3 & Coffee/Te

      - Pitch round 3

      - Preparation for final pitch round

      - Final pitch

      17.00 Closing remarks and summary of the day


    • Day 4 "creating value"

      09:00 -12.00    Insights into the entrepreneurial process. (Marie Löwegren + three entrepreneurs)

      12:00 - 13.00   Lunch with business developer

      13:00-15.00     Summarizing lecture (Linus Wiebe, LU Innovation)


    • Final self-reflection >500 words.

      Write a final summarizing self-reflection that you can incorporate in your PhD portfolio. You can reuse part of the text you already wrote and include it in this final document.

      Your attitude before the course, now, in the future?

      The value of my ideas?

      Your own opportunities now/in the future? Courses? Resources? 

      Collaboration now/future?

      Entrepreneurship now/future?