Three RUC professors at a development workshop in North Jutland

Lild Strand is a small community with about 35 permanent inhabitants at the rugged north coast of Jutland. On Saturday, March 25, a group of residents of Lild Strand had invited to a development workshop with the three professors from Roskilde University, Jon Sundbo and Lars Fuglsang (from the ISE research group) and Jørgen Ole Bærenholdt from the Center for Experience and Tourism Research.

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Visit from Aalto University

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Three service researchers from the IRIS group at Alto University (Department of Industrial Engineering of Management) visited the ISE-research group on November 22, 2016: They were: Post. Doc. Tiina Tuominen (second from left), Professor Eila Järvenpää (fifth from left) and Project manager Mikko Lehtonen (right).

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Crossroads of Service, Innovation and Experience Research

In occasion of Professor  Jon Sundbo’s long standing career, the Research Group “Innovation in Service and Experience (ISO)”, Department of Social Sciences and Business invites to an open international seminar entitled:

Crossroads of Service, Innovation and Experience Research

The seminar takes place the 7th of December 2016, 13:00 – 17:30 in Biografen, Bldg. 41.1,  Roskilde University

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InnoCoast

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New research project will create knowledge about the potential for developing new innovative experiences in Danish coastal tourism. The project is a collaboration between a number of research institutions in Denmark and involves researchers from the ISE research group as well as researchers from the Center for Experience and Tourism Research at Roskilde University.

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Arto Wallin from VTT in Finland has joined ISE for one year

Arto Wallin from the Technical Research Centre of Finland (shortly VTT) has joined the ISE research group for a one year period. Arto works as a senior scientist and project manager at the VTT. During the last years his work at VTT has mainly focused on management consulting and business research in the context of commercialization of digital health and wellbeing services. The main aim of his research exchange at RUC is to tune into more academic work and concentrate on publishing. In addition to the work at VTT, Arto is currently advancing his PhD about high-tech service innovations in the field of healthcare at Aalto University, Finland. Welcome to Arto.