24th October 2019 Chaired by: Jose Vicente Benlloch-Dualde (UPV)
12:00 “Making the change – how did we succeed? Case Innopeda” by Liisa Kairisto-Mertanen and Marjut Putkinen, from TUAS (Finland)
12:15 “How to introduce research into university teaching: A training experience in the UPV” by A. Fernández March, E. García Félix, A. García Carbonell, J. V. Benlloch-Dualde, P. Bonet Espinosa and J. Oliver Villarroya, from UPV (Spain)
12:30 “Procedure for the evaluation of transversal competences in lab practices: application to the course on heat transfer at the UPV” by L. Montuori, C. Vargas-Salgado, D. Alfonso-Solar and P. Bastida-Molina, from UPV (Spain)
12:45 “Global challenges, local impact” by Erik Mooij, Ilse Schröder, Ed de Jonge and Frank Evers, from HU (The Netherlands)
13:00 “Design for All in Architectural Heritage conservation: the technology challenge” by Vicente López-Mateu and Teresa M. Pellicer Armiñana, from UPV (Spain)
25th October 2019 Chaired by: Harri Lappalainen (TUAS)
11:30 “eSGarden: a European initiative to incorporate ICT in schools” by Sara Blanc and J. V. Benlloch-Dualde, from UPV (Spain)
11:45 “Theoretical and Empirical Background for a Higher Education Model of Active Community Learning” by Gabriella Pusztai, Zsuzsanna Demeter-Karászi and Tímea Szűc, from U. Debrecen (Hungary)
12:00 “Empowering Youth Employment through European Digital Bootcamps (EDIBO)” by J. E. Luzuriaga, B. Sáiz Mauleón, O. Ampuero-Canellas, L. G. Lemus-Zúñiga, M. A. Mateo Pla, J. V. Benlloch-Dualde, J. González-del-Río and N. Tarazona-Berengue, from UPV (Spain)
12:15 “Stealing their beer time: turning studying for medical progress tests into a game” by Aletta Smits, Lizet van Ewijk and Annette Schenk, from HU (The Netherlands)
12:30 “Capacity building on the field of Life Sciences – potential project idea for CARPE partners” by János Felföldi, from U. Debrecen (Hungary)
All researchers willing to prepare proposals on future education practices, techniques, future programs and evaluation should bring their proposals to be developed and organized into a project. This track will tackle the topic of how teaching and learning can develop in the light of the growing trend towards digitalization. This is a great opportunity to share best practice, discuss new methods, create new projects and facilitate staff exchange and networks with international experts from across the CARPE network. Corresponds to the following topics from the Hamburg Conference:
• Erasmus+ KA2: Capacity building on the field of Higher education
Forthcoming calls from H2020:
• Erasmus+ all Kas
• Marie Curie grants and network funding
• Co-funding of regional, national and international programmes
Within this track, you might also send proposals directed specifically to the Teacher HUB https://carpe2019.congresos.upv.es/teacher-hub/. In this case, write [Teacher HUB] in the title of the submission of your abstract.
24th October 2019 Chaired by: Peter Popovics (Univ of Debrecen)
12:00 “UNI-HERITAGE. European Postwar Universities Heritage: A Network for Open Regeneration” by Débora Domingo Calabuig and Laura Lizondo Sevilla, from UPV (Spain)
12:15 “Implementing the Rights of the Child” by Cees Hoefnagels, Anna van Spanje and Saskia Wijsbroek, from HU (The Netherlands)
12:30 “Measurement of the Teamwork and Networking Competencies in Innovative Contexts” by J. A. Marín García, M. Martinez-Villaescusa and L. Aznar Mas, from UPV (Spain)
12:45 “Welcome in my backyard: how having good neighbours can help ending homelessness” by M. Davelaar, L. van Doorn, A. Gruppen and J. Knevel, from HU (The Netherlands)
13:00 “Arduino-based prototype to estimate heat stress indices in urban environments” by C. Vargas-Salgado, L. Montuori, P. Bastida-Molina and D. Alfonso-Solar, from UPV (Spain)
25th October 2019 Chaired by: Patricio Montesinos Sanchís (UPV)
11:30 “Measurement of the black globe temperature to estimate the MRT index using a smaller diameter globe than a standardized one: Experimental analysis” by C. Vargas-Salgado, J. Águila-León, C. Chiñas-Palacios and D. Alfonso-Solar, from UPV (Spain) and UDG (Mexico)
11:45 “Fostering innovation at University of Debrecen” by P. Popovics, L. Jutkusz, K. Pető, Z. Szakály and Z. Bács, from U. Debrecen (Hungary)
12:00 “Use of wireless communication networks in digitalization of factory environments” by T. Rautava, J. Paavola, J. Hallio, J. Kalliovaara and T. Jokela, from TUAS (Finland)
12:15 “How to scale the societal impact of work integration social enterprises?” by Leendert de Bell, Linda Drupsteen, from HU (The Netherlands)
12:30 “Potential of landfill biogas production for power generation in the Valencian Region (Spain)” by C. Vargas-Salgado, J. Águila-León, C. Chiñas-Palacios and L. Montuori, from UPV (Spain) and UDG (Mexico)
Take the unique opportunity to engage with and be involved in international research teams to develop joint Horizon 2020 programme and other funding programme applications. This track will handle all horizontal and multidisciplinary challenges as proposed in the different EU programmes. Special attention will be paid to societal challenges and entrepreneurship. Corresponds to the following topics from the Hamburg Conference:
• Societal Challenge 6: Europe in a changing world – Inclusive, innovative and reflective societies
• Erasmus+ KA2: Cooperation for innovation and exchange of good practices
• Erasmus+ KA3: Support for policy reforms
Forthcoming calls from H2020:
• Erasmus+ all KAs
• Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH) aspects of the Clean-Energy Transition
• Challenging the future
• Ageing phenomena of components and structures and operational issues
24th October 2019 Chaired by: Elena de la Poza Plaza (UPV)
12:00 “Monitoring and evaluation of thermal comfort in urban areas: application to Valencia city” by D. Alfonso-Solar, P. Bastida-Molina, L. Montuori and C. Vargas-Salgado, from UPV (Spain)
12:15 “Consumer habits and preferences in the renewable energy market” by P. Balogh, A. Bai, K. Pető and Z. Szakály, from U. Debrecen (Hungary)
12:30 “Circularity in existing value chains for building materials” by E-J. Velzing, J. Planko, A. van der Meijden, K. Vreeswijk and R. Vrijhoef, from HU (The Netherlands)
12:45 “Active Power Filter Shape Class Model Predictive Controller tuning by Multiobjective Optimization” by C. Cateriano Yáñez, J. Richter, G. Pangalos, G. Lichtenberg and J. Sanchís Saez, from UPV (Spain) and HAW (Germany)
13:00 “Examination of sustainable and health-conscious lifestyle among the Hungarian population along with the results of three research studies” by V. Kiss, N. Balsa-Budai, M. Soós and Z. Szakály, from U. Debrecen (Hungary)
25th October 2019 Chaired by: Elena de la Poza Plaza (UPV)
11:30 “Shaping future research agenda on Sustainability research within the CARPE network” by Erlijn Eweg and Martijn Rietbergen, from HU (The Netherlands)
11:45 “Enhancing cooperation between HEIs and Companies in South East Asia to accelerate sustainable business opportunities” by Martijn Rietbergen and Erlijn Eweg, from HU (The Netherlands)
12:00 “Supporting an European Up-scaling of Net Zero Energy House renovations” by Rogier Laterveer, from HU (The Netherlands)
12:15 “Assessing the increase of solar fields in Iberian Peninsula” by P. Bastida-Molina, D. Alfonso-Solar, C. Vargas-Salgado and Lina Montuori, from UPV (Spain)
12:30 “Life Cycle Sustainability Analysis for Circular Economy” by Vanesa G. Lo Iacono Ferreira and Juan I. Torregrosa López, from UPV (Spain)
12:45 “Currently Known Characteristics of Bat Species Represented in Hamburg in Respect of Wind Turbine ” by P. Krapivnitckaia, V. Dominik Kunz and C. Floeter, from HAW (Germany)
A challenge-based approach will bring together resources and knowledge across different fields, technologies and disciplines, including social sciences and the humanities. This will cover activities from research to market with a new focus on innovation-related activities, such as piloting, demonstration, test-beds, and support for public procurement and market uptake. It will include establishing links with the activities of the European Innovation Partnerships (EIP). Funding will focus on the following topics:
• Food security, sustainable agriculture and forestry, marine and maritime and inland water research, and the Bioeconomy.
• Secure, clean and efficient energy.
• Smart, green and integrated transport.
• Climate action, environment, resource efficiency and raw materials.
• Europe in a changing world – inclusive, innovative and reflective societies.
• Circular economy.
Corresponds to the following topics from the Hamburg Conference:
• Societal Challenge 2: Food security, sustainable agriculture and forestry, marine and maritime and inland water research and the bioeconomy
• Societal Challenge 3: Secure, Clean and Efficient Energy
• Societal Challenge 4: Smart, Green and Integrated Transport
• Societal Challenge 5: Climate action, environment, resource efficiency and raw materials
Forthcoming calls from H2020:
• Development of solutions based on renewable sources that provide flexibility to the energy system
• Building blocks for resilience in evolving ICT systems
24th October 2019 Chaired by: László Csernoch (Univ of Debrecen)
12:00 “The Phenomenon and the Characteristcs of Precariate in Hungary” by Anita R. Fedor and Renáta J. Erdei, from U. Debrecen (Hungary)
12:20 “European Integrated Care Horizon 2020: increase societal participation; reduce care demands and costs” by R. Ettema, G. Gumze, K. Heikkinen and K. Marshall; from HU (The Netherlands), Alma Mater Europaea (Slovenia), TUAS (Finland) and U. Salford (U.Kingdom)
12:40 “European Integrated Care Horizon 2020: increase societal participation; reduce care demands and costs in Finnish context” by K. Heikkinen, M. Lahti, J. Berg, A. Kiseleva and S. Eloranta, from TUAS (Finland)
13:00 “Healthy Neighbourhoods: Health Promotion and Prevention in Urban Neigbourhoods” by Joachim Westenhöfer, Johanna Buchcik and Jana Borutta, from HAW Hamburg (Germany)
25th October 2019 Chaired by: Joachim Westenhöfer (HAW)
11:30 “Research Centre for Healthy and Sustainable Living” by R. Pieters, N. Bleijenberg, K. Jerkovic, C. Krul, C. Veenhof and H. Wittink, from HU (The Netherlands)
11:50 “Virtual Training in Safety and Security – TUAS Visions for Next Generation Learning” by Mika Luimula, Roosa Talvitie and Nina Rantalaiho-Kulo, from TUAS (Finland) and U. Nizwa (Oman)
12:10 “Promoting health and well-being of entrepreneurs with health technology” by Reetta Raitoharju and Katja Heikkinen, from TUAS (Finland)
12:30 “New approach for resource allocation in digital healthcare 4.0” by Balázs Kocsi, László Pusztai and Istvan Budai, from U. Debrecen (Hungary)
Responding to this challenge, research and innovation (R&I) under Horizon 2020 is an investment in better health for all. It aims to keep older people active and independent for longer and supports the development of new, safer and more effective interventions. R&I under Horizon 2020 also contributes to the sustainability of health and care systems. Health, demographic change and wellbeing.
• Secure societies – protecting freedom and security of Europe and its citizens.
• Better health and care. Sustainable health systems.
• Digital transformation in health and care.
Related issues to biotechnology and imaging systems are also included. Corresponds to the following topics from the Hamburg Conference:
• Societal Challenge 1: Health, demographic change and well-being
• Societal Challenge 7: Secure societies – Protecting freedom and security of Europe and its citizens
Forthcoming calls from H2020:
• Research roadmap for medical applications of ionising radiation
• Technologies to enhance border and external security