What is co-creative innovation in theory and what is it in practice? How can co-creation be scaled up in a socially robust manner? And, what can policy-makers do to promote responsible innovation across Europe? In SCALINGS, we are determined to address these questions! SCALINGS is an interdisciplinary research project funded by EU Horizon 2020. Over the course of three years (2018-2021), we aim to better understand how co-creation varies across different contexts and explore what is needed for successful scaling. We question one-size-fits-all solutions to societal challenges, and instead foster innovation practices that value the social, cultural, and regulatory context in which they are embedded.
Co-creating European Futures – SCALINGS Team Publishes Policy Roadmap
How can co-creation help to address the contemporary societal challenges by increasing public participation in the development of social…(~2 min)
Political Mediation in Nuclear Waste Management: a Foucauldian Perspective
This paper aims to open up high-level waste management practices to a political philosophical questioning, beyond the enclosure implied…(~1 min)
Testing future societies?
Our SCALINGS partner, Sebastian Pfotenhauer from TUM, shared his SCALINGS research at an Urban Experimentation Webinar Series…(~2 min)
The puzzling road toward Connected and Automated Driving CAD future
Our SCALINGS partner, Mathieu Baudrin from CSI/Mines ParisTech, shared his SCALINGS research at an Urban Experimentation Webinar Series…(~1 min)
Investigating the laboratories of urban experiments
Our SCALINGS partner, Brice Laurent from CSI/Mines ParisTech, shared his SCALINGS research at an Urban Experimentation Webinar Series…(~1 min)
Promise engineering: Investment and its conflicting anticipations in the French mining revival
This paper analysis promises made by companies to various publics, including global investors, national public administrative bodies…(~1 min)