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espaitec Living Lab

espaitec Living Lab

UJI.>LAB, the Living Lab of ESPAITEC Science and Technology Park of the University Jaume I, is a space for experimentation, innovation and demonstration of new technologies and methodologies, such as INNOVATION CAMP,  and aims to strengthen what we know as the third mission of the University, a dynamic that brings society closer to the knowledge generated in the University, in a bidirectional way through initiatives that allow solving key challenges of society, in its different dimensions.

 

 

UJI.>LAB was created with the aim of designing a creative and innovative environment that facilitates the generation of new ideas based on co-creation methodologies with users: members of the university community, both teaching staff and students, research groups and companies settled in Espaitec,. The Lab enables the creation of “prototypes” (in a broad sense) based on challenges or needs identified by the teaching staff, or through challenges brought up by the Castellon innovation ecosystem agent and society.

 

 

The design and creation of these prototypes is based on the knowledge generated at the university, through various actions, facilitating interaction between the different entities of the university community (researchers, students, etc). UJI.>LAB will boost company-university interaction by identifying opportunities and promoting creative talent for the different strategic priority areas of the territory, especially those related to agri-food, automotive, sustainable mobility, circular economy, health, enabling technologies, emergencies and sustainable habitat and aligned with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

 

UJI.>LAB includes a Fab Lab (Fabrication Laboratory),  a rapid prototyping laboratory that enables materialisation in the form of prototypes or proofs of concept, thus seeking to provide solutions to the possible challenges posed. In this sense, the Fab Lab emerges as a very useful tool for the UJI.>LAB, as it allows the progress and achievement of different projects, thanks to the production of physical objects on a personal and local scale, by means of the computer-controlled machines housed in its facilities, which are capable of manufacturing almost anything we can imagine.

 

Methodology

 

UJI.>LAB follows the methodology called “Innovation Camp”, designed from a hybridisation of methodologies known as Design Thinking, Human Centered and Design Sprint, combining all these characteristics to develop an innovation process led by the interested parties themselves, exploring, experimenting, prototyping, discovering and, above all, learning. Therefore, these methodologies aim to accelerate the design process, defining the objectives, devising/sketching possible solutions, deciding on the idea to be carried out, creating a prototype, being tested and validated by real users (Design Sprint), all with a human-centred approach to innovation, where the problem to be solved is tackled in an integral way (Design Thinking), seeking to establish empathetic ties with the people affected (Human Centered).

 

 

Contact:
Juan Bertolin [javascript protected email address]
Country:
Spain
Address:
Edificio ESPAITEC1, Avda Sos Baynat, 12071, Castellon
Adherent:
Yes
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espaitec Living Lab

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