Call for Papers Deadline


The European Network of Living Labs invites you to send a contribution to work on the theme of:

Change the future together:
Co-creating impact for more inclusive, sustainable & healthier cities and communities.

If you have a great case study, a piece of research or ongoing project you want to share with the Living Lab community, then we encourage you to submit a paper or proposal for an innovation presentation to the conference.

As a practitioner, a researcher, a student, a member of a public authority, you can share your experience with the largest community of Living Labs, so do not hesitate to take part.


You can submit papers in 3 different categories to encourage a diverse participation of actors:

What happens if your submission is accepted?

Accepted contributions will be presented during the Digital Living Lab Days. Accepted contributions will be published in the Conference Proceedings of Digital Living Lab Days 2021 with an ISBN number. Best papers can be selected for the TIM Review special issue on living labs, edited by Dr. Schuurman and Dr. LeminemBy submitting your paper, you are hereby authorizing ENoLL to publish your paper in the Digital Living Lab Days 2021 Conference Proceedings which will be part of the Research Track of Digital Living Lab Days.

Notification of acceptance will be sent by 19 July, 2021.  





VITALISE Summer School 2023 on Living Labs & Commercialization Bootcamp

Tuesday, 06 Jun 2023
Bilbao, Spain
The second VITALISE Summer School is taking place on 8th and 9th of June 2023 in Bilbao, Spain to support researchers and Living Lab beginners interested in applying the Living Lab methodology and tools in their studies and research. In addition, the VITALISE Commercialization Bootcamp will be held prior to the Summer School, on 6th and 7th June 2023 in Bilbao, Spain.

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Discussing the latest cutting-edge eco-technologies for a sustainable transition in wastewater treatment

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