WEBINAR: Success factors and barriers for Inter- and Trans-disciplinary Science, and Co-creation in Research
Although traditional disciplinary science has been tremendously successful to increase knowledge in many different fields, it has been unable to solve societal challenges that involve complex and interlinked human-environment systems. The Agenda 2030 and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) address precisely such societal challenges. To reach these goals, inter- and trans-disciplinary science and co-creation are highly needed.
Together with Oslo Metropolitan University and Södertörn University, the SDSN Northern Europe secretariat now arranges a webinar to discuss how to succeed in inter- and trans-disciplinary science and co-creation and promote more sustainable societies. You will learn how these concepts are defined and can be applied, get advice on success factors and barriers from inter- and trans-disciplinary projects, hear about how funding agencies view this type of research and how industry use these concepts. You will also be able to interact with the other participants, share experiences and learn from each other.
In the program
- Multi-, Inter-, and Trans-disciplinarity, and Co-creation – definitions and applications
Eeva Furman, Finnish Environment Institute
- On success factors and barriers for Inter- and Trans-disciplinary, and Co-creation in research:
Experiences from the MISTRA Urban Futures project
Jan Riise, Gothenburg Centre for Sustainable Development
Experiences from the GOVRISK project
Gro Sandkjær Hanssen, Oslo Metropolitan University
Experiences from the REINVENT project
Malin Gawell, Södertörn University
- Share and learn in small discussion groups
- The funding perspective on Transdisciplinary Research
Lillian Baltzrud, The Research Council of Norway
- The role of Multi-, Inter- and Trans disciplinarity when developing sustainable solutions for low GHG agriculture
Birgitte Holter, Yara Climate Neutral Solutions
DATE: 7 October 2020
TIME: 13:00 – 15:00 CET
WHERE: Zoom webinar, a link is sent out in the confirmation of registration.
Elin Wyller, Oslo Metropolitan University
Björn Hassler, Södertörn University
Martin Eriksson, SDSN Northern Europe