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Creativity Engineering 2017 – Take 1

Posted by jjerlich on 17. October 2017

19 New Ideas entering into the creative production channel

Happy to welcome all participants who pitched their ideas and founded 27 teams around creative projects and ideas they were carrying in their hearts and minds.

The team casting was a swift, inspirational and fun!

G01 Urban Gardening
G02 Solar Power
G03 Soccer Club Management
G04 Low Cost Incubator – NEST
G05 3-D Printing
G06 City Scooter
G07 Hospital at home
G08 Zero Waste Cafe
G09 Personal Budget App
G10 Uni Gym for students
G11 Healthy McDonald
G12 Key Band
G13 Virtual Match
G14 Smart Traffic lights
G15 Intelligent Air Conditioner
G16 Ruben`s Pipe
G17 Cook Bag
G18 Urban Levy
G19 Low tech Fabrication lab

Stay tuned for updates and news …

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Understanding Creativity

Posted by jjerlich on 31. March 2017

is a first step.

Understanding your own aptitude for creative thinking is the best first step you can take. Knowing and enjoying your own creativity and the blocks that keep your creativity from flowing is essential to a happy life.

Jutta Jerlich Guest Author Understanding Creativity

That is why I wrote a couple of sections as a guest author of the new book

Understanding Creativity

I have been collaborating with the main two authors Dr. Daniel Collado-Ruiz and Dr. Hesamedin Ostad-Ahmad-Ghorabi for many years now and want to thank them for including my thoughts and expertise.

The topics I burn for

  • Communication Culture
  • Conflicts Management
  • Learning from failures

I highly recommend you to read this book, it is not only explaining creativity in a simple way but also gives a lot of practical examples and tipps on why a specific method might work in your case and others not.

Let me know if you do so.
I am always connecting with my readers and curious about feedback.

Inspirational regards

Jutta

 

 

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Besuch beim “Cirque Noël”

Posted by traudljerlich on 11. January 2016

CIRQUE NOEL 6.Jänner 2016

Jedes Jahr unternehme ich mit meinen Großnichten und Großneffen in den Weihnachtsferien etwas Gemeinsames. Sie kommen dann aus verschiedenen Himmelsrichtungen zum vereinbarten Treffpunkt – diesmal die Landeshauptstadt Graz – mit dem Zug, was allein schon was Besonderes ist. Wir beginnen mit einem Essen beim McDonald’s – ein Vergnügen für die “Kinder” im Alter von 6 bis 15 Jahren – eine Herausforderung für mich.

wir alle

Dieses Jahr habe ich den Cirque Noël unter der Regie von Adrian Schvarzstein ausgewählt, ein “Ein Zirkus-Theater Stück” wie er es selbst nennt.

Eine zauberhafte Geschichte mit so vielen Eindrücken, dass man sie zweimal sehen sollte, um ja nichts verpasst zu haben.

Nina, 14 Jahre alt und unsere Fotografin hat stimmungsvolle Bilder gemacht, die ich hier einfüge. Saskia, 11 Jahre alt und Moritz, 8 Jahre alt haben ihre Eindrücke sogar niedergeschrieben!

… mit Ihren eigenen Worten:

Moritz mit Akrobatin beim Tanz

 

Moritz tanzt auf der Bühne

 

 

 

 

 

“Am 6.1.2016 sind wir mit dem Zug nach Graz gefahren. Als erster sind wir zum McDonald’s gegangen um Mittag zu essen. Es waren drei Erwachsene und zehn Kinder.
Nach dem McDonald’s sind wir zum Zirkus Cirque Noël spaziert. In diesem Zirkus gibt es keine Tiere. Die Zirkuscrew bestand aus Musikern, Schauspielern, Akrobaten und Artisten. Die Vorstellung war spannend und lustig zugleich. Am Ende des Stückes durften einige von uns auf die Bühne.
Es war wie jedes Jahr ein ganz toller Ausflug.”

Saskia, 11 Jahre

“Am Anfang war ein nackerter Mann, der Cello gespielt hat. Wie er gegangen ist haben alle seinen Popo gesehen.
Es war so schön, dass ich auf der Bühne hab helfen dürfen. Ich hab mit Adrian an einem Seil gezogen und künstlicher Plastikschnee ist auf die Bühne gefallen. Dann hab ich noch mit einer Frau getanzt, dafür hat mir Adrian seine Kappe auf den Kopf gesetzt. Saskia und Chloe haben dann auch mitgemacht.
Am Schluss haben wir uns mit allen Künstlern verbeugt.”

Moritz, 8 Jahre

Chloe, Saskia, Moritz beim Verbeugen

 

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Cirque Noël

 

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27 Teams at the Creativity Engineering Semester Start

Posted by jjerlich on 16. October 2015

CE WS15-16

Have you come across Whataventure ?

An Austrian Startup that believes in empowering teams across the world to execute new tech-based business ideas with success. Their Innovation Platform guides you through a state-of-the-art process to grow your ideas to investment readiness.

This year’s CREATIVITY ENGINEERING class has the privilege to use their tool along the process of growing their ideas.

The CE class this WS2015/1016 is the largest ever since its starts 8 years ago. This lead to 27 teams that formed on the start of the semester.

G01 Smart Home
G02 BioFuel
G03 AccoMobile
G04 Mobile CRM for Therapists
G06 Education Games
G07 Research Finder
G09 Ski Boots
G10 ReTroCycling
G11 CommunicAPE
G13 Automated Hail Protector
G15 Independent Tire Sensors
G17 Keep it GREEN
G18 Reliable Delivery
G19 Retro Market
G21 Parking Lots
G23 EcoCrowd
G24 ABC
G25 Sorting BIN
G27 Hexagon

… updates to come

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WOO HOO – A glimpse into CE ideas

Posted by juttajerlich on 8. January 2015

woohooWS 2014/15: Great student participation, great atmosphere, great results … energy felt.

Several projects with a product prototype or even on the market already as a result of previous lecture. Impact of the class is growing. Recommendations from previous classes echos.

I liked this one:

Woo Hoo – We give teachers more time to teach
-> a software used by 16 paying schools and more than 10.000 users.

Student Feedback

“Teams are able to create a higher quality outcome than you could do alone as everyone can submit something and you can support each other. I hope that I can contribute to the group by keeping track of our work and analyzing the process.”
Anna-Sophie

“Not only did we create a (more or less plausible) business plan, but also had the chance to present our idea and receive constructive feedback. Furthermore we learned more about our strengths and weaknesses, and how to use and cope with them. “
Alexei

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New season – great ideas

Posted by juttajerlich on 1. November 2014

Vienna, 13.10.2014

WP_20140830_004The Creativity Engineering Course at the Vienna University of Technology is on again. After the traditional TEAM FINDING phase that takes place online and offline, teams have taken their seats.

This is the 8th year. Registrations keep on raising: this time we reached the mark of 250 which lead us to the highest number of projects and students in the course ever.

I am looking forward to working with the teams. It will be a challenge with such a large number of projects and students. A challenge that I am willing to take, asking for support and help from people interested in helping ideas to grow.

Interesting and diverse projects, this year almost all of them are based on IT or IT related technologies. We had an entertaining TEAM CASTING event with great discussion of the ideas and a rating from the entire class for each idea.

Discussed feedback from our session:
It would be great to have more input from students studying social sciences to complement the teams.

Therefore we are looking for

  • Students who want to join in and lend the teams a hand or ear
  • Educators who want to join in to discuss a collaborative approach for the next session

Here is a selection of the projects

:: Walking in the past        :: Coffee personality check        :: Awake Alarm

:: Multi-Codebar Reader         :: Digital legacy        :: Noise cancelling        :: Empathic phone

:: The Bridge        :: First aid furniture        :: Voucher app for charity        :: Order Button

 

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Creativity Engineering 2014 – Project Presentations

Posted by juttajerlich on 25. July 2014

newway

Interesting projects also this year  – Creativity Engineering Summer University in Vienna

Using Cisco collaboration technology connecting from Austria, Germany, Spain and Switzerland.  For some it is the first time to experience the technology and power to keep connected and work together where ever we are.
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Four interesting project implementations, four good teams, four ideas … what is your idea to improve life and who are your partners to grow the idea to be used by many?

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Creativity Engineering Summer School

Posted by juttajerlich on 5. July 2014

starts on Monday, 7.7.2014.

CE CountriesWelcome to Vienna to all the participants currently travelling to Vienna or already arrived in Vienna.

Please get your login to TUWEL from your email and enter the online course space for orientation and course materials.

Check out the Step-by-Step Guide for how to do this.

Since we are a team of three experts who will be leading you through the idea development process from different viewpoints, ther will be several rounds of introduction and presentations of yourself and your ideas.

Lets start with a digital WARM UP INTRODUCTION

What country in the world best fits your personality

We are very much looking forward to meeting you, getting to know you in person and hear about your ideas.

Do you have an idea yet?

Creative ideas

More about Innes Vienna and the Creativity Engineering Summer University

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17. May in Oslo

Posted by juttajerlich on 23. May 2014

From my dear Friends Marc & Ragni and their newsletter about their activities with friends & family – shortened though.

My title:
We all have our heritage but how we design the here and now is up to us.

Thanks for sharing this with me.

HISTORY

200 years ago in 1814, the Norwegian people drafted their current constitution. It allowed them a regime of relative autonomy from the Swedes, a preamble to the total independence they could not yet afford but finally obtained 91 years later (1905) when they fetched the first king of the current dynasty, a Dane who married an English woman.*

* It took their recent riches of North Sea oil to elevate them from their status of country bumpkins in the eyes of their Swedish neighbors headed by French-born Napoleon relative Bernadotte, renamed Karl Johann, as well as the Danes who ruled Norway for over 400 years.

BEFORE THE PARADE

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One of 117 schools marching to Karl Johanns Gate parade, from 3 directions.
It’s mid-morning and they’ve been up early to march in their neighborhood.
A family unit. Mother and daughter have the same folkloric dress.
The men, if not dressed in traditional costume (bunade), wear a ribbon at the lapel.
Joyfully waving a flag is the rule.

The crowd was extraordinary, on account of:
– the day fell on a Saturday,
– the 200th anniversary,
– perfect weather.

THE PARADE
The parade is primarily in the main street leading to the king’s castle where the king and his family will stand in the balcony for the 3.5 hours of its duration. The street is named after Karl Johann, the Swedish king who strongly opposed and delayed the independence of Norway, How tolerant for the Norwegians to not have renamed the street !… As soon as Morocco became independent from the French in 1956, almost all the streets, and some cities, instantly lost their French name.
The parade is opened by a military squad, the Royal Guard.

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According to a friend, it’s second only to Russians, in terms of marching with acrobatics with their weapons. Each of the 117 schools marches to the same line-up:
– First, the placard identifying the school:
– Then comes the dozen or so large flags:
– Then, often comes the band, sometimes with baton-twirling majorettes:

You can tell the high school senior by their black cap.

– Elementary school kids, ushered by adults, close the march:

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We even get to cheer the adult children and grand-children of the friend who hosted us:
10-year old Martin is first of a kind, playing the electronic guitar,
on a leash to his father Halvor carrying the guitar battery and speaker…
40-year old Helge returns our cheers.
He’s months into a new start-up venture.
The handicapped share in the party atmosphere.

THE “BUNAD” Folkloric Dress

Each county has its own design with possible tweaks within a county.
Ragni did not bring her bunad because its bulky and heavy. Back as 1982 she started embroidering one for our daughter Anne. A friend helped her finish the embroidery and the piece is now being expertly assembled, a major task which requires experienced hands.

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A white bunad is a rarity.

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– The high percentage of immigrants,
– The crowd milling around after the parade.

BRINGING THE IMMIGRANTS INTO THE FAMILY
It’s impressive to see so many immigrants in the parade, a testimony of Norwegian tolerance and forsight. They come from Pakistan, Somalia, Ethiopia, among others.

In our local small town library, French books are only available on a rotation basis; yet there is a section aimed at a bunch of Ethiopians temporarily camped nearby for orientation. Mind you this is no ordinary refugee camp but a posh mountain resort hotel gone bankrupt. These dark skinned Africans must nevertheless feel pretty isolated and out-of-their element in the montainous countryside, not to mentin the rigor of the climate (not only the cold but also the darkness of Winter).

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POST-PARADE MILLING AROUND

Cars were banned from the whole downtown area. It took our host 1h30minn to exit their parking, and they even paid $50 for the privilege.
Cost of living is very high in Norway. How about $6 for a single avocado ?!… We brought our own from California, apples and nuts too !….

By means of cell phone we manage to meet friends, in spite of the crowd

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Years ago, as part of the AFS high school student exchange, the Teljes (pronounced “Tel-yeh”) hosted the daughter of Palo Alto friends, for one year in a Norwegian mountain town near our cabin.

The dagger is part of a man’s uniform.  These lovelies enjoy an enviable status in Norway.
A minimum 40% of corporation board seats is reserved for them.
The current Prime Minister is a woman.
A representative of the Lapp people, an ethnic group of reindeer-herding nomads in the artic North. They enjoy official autonomy and maintain their own language.

We once knew one in California who addressed me as “De Gaulle” and derided the Norwegians as “lazy” !…

Marc Pasturel

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Sharing ideas is not easy

Posted by juttajerlich on 27. April 2014

CONVERSATIONS

SharingExchange of thought with a Creativity Engineering Summer School participant at the Vienna University of Technology

Participant from China:

I think it’s something about personal style. Everyone has different talking and thinking style. There is nothing wrong, but you may be uncomfortable when you feel that someone says almost everything against you.
But at last we reached the common point by fully communication.
I just don’t like that, when I raise a creative idea, someone always put the black hat and try to deny it. If I can choose, I would like to work with someone who is more positive and optimistic.

Course coach:

Thank you for sharing your thoughts.
I can fully understand what you mean.
I also prefer to work with positive people rather than people who are negative and try to stop everything new from happening.
I have similar experiences in some of my projects as you.

Then I received the recommendation to see negative comments as a constructive input improving my idea.
Usually negative comments are not negative comment against you as a person.
To understand this it is always recommended to look at the cultural setting a discussion happens in:
In Western culture a discussion is focused on the idea and not the person. They comment on your idea. Actually it is quite good if an idea is commented a lot, in a positive or negative way. It means that it created thought in other people.

If this is different in your own culture, it would be worth trying to convince yourself that a negative comment for an idea you raised is not about you but only about the idea. Then you don’t feel hurt and you can argue easily for your idea and proof that the comment raised is not applicable or taken into account.

I hope that my explanation was understandable and meaningful to you. Let me know if you have questions or more thoughts about this.

Thanks again – it is nice to share experiences and thoughts.

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Arming the Donkey

Posted by juttajerlich on 4. May 2013

Dan Ariely’s weekly podcast about Science

Talk to a researcher about one project, what they have found and what it means to the world.
http://tunein.com/radio/Arming-the-Donkeys-p505296/

Great person, great topics, great resource to learn …

Also check out his videos on Youtube or go to his blog and read more about him.

 

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Protected: AINAC Nachlese – ASCs & ITCs

Posted by juttajerlich on 19. March 2013

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Cisco Österreich lädt zum Girls in ICT Day – 25. April 2013

Posted by juttajerlich on 10. March 2013

Cisco Österreich, Millennium Tower, 30. & 31. Floor, Handelskai 94 – 96, 1200 Wien

Liebe Lehrer- und LehrerInnen !

Internet ist nicht einfach immer da. Dafür braucht es Geräte, die den Datenverkehr regeln und Menschen, die diese Geräte bauen, verkaufen, installieren und dann am Laufen halten. Der Gerätehersteller Cisco baut diese Strassen des Internets! Keine Email, kein Chatten, kein Facebook kein Skype wäre ohne Cisco Produkte möglich.

Am 25. April, dem Girls Day 2013, lädt das CISCO Büro in Wien Sie und Ihre Klasse ein, Kommunikationstechnologie in Aktion zu sehen und die Technologie des Internets bei uns hautnah kennenzulernen.

Es erwartet Sie und Ihre Klasse ein Einblick in die Arbeit in einem Unternehmen, das Geräte und Apps anbietet, die das Internet zum Laufen bringen. Es gibt die Möglichkeit, verschiedene Workshops zu den Themen “Sicher im Netz”, “Soziale Netze” und “PC-Technik” zu besuchen, wo man selbst aktiv ist.

Ich freue mich auf Ihre Rückmeldung und bespreche gern nähere Details direkt mit Ihnen. Wir hoffen, dass es Ihnen möglich sein wird, uns in einem der Büros zu besuchen.

Mit herzlichen Grüßen

Jutta Jerlich
Cisco Networking Academy Österreich

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Dear Educators!

Internet is not simply always there. It needs equipment that allows and regulates data transfer and people, who develop, build, sell, install and operate them. CISCO is one of the companies that build those Internet highways. No email, no chat, no facebook, no skype would be possible without Cisco products and services.

On April 25th, International Girls Day 2013, we invite you and your class to our CISCO Office in Vienna for you to see communication technology in action and experience the technology behind the Internet in practice.

You can get an inside view into a company providing equipment and apps that keep the Internet running. There are possibilities to join small workshops about topics like “Secure in the network”, “Social networks” and “How does my PC look from inside“ where you are actively involved.

We are looking forward to your reply and to discuss details about your visit directly with you. I personally hope to be able to meet you in one of our offices.

With best regards

Jutta Jerlich
Cisco Networking Academy Austria

Email Registration
Online Registration

LINKS
Tech needs girls
Cisco – Betrieb am Wiener Töchtertag
ITU Girls Day

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Cisco Suisse vous invitons dans nos bureaux – 25. Avril 2013 – Girls in ICT Day

Posted by juttajerlich on 10. March 2013

Cisco Systems, Richtistrasse 7, 8304 Wallisellen / Zürich
Cisco Systems International, Avenue des Uttins 5, 1180 Rolle
Cisco Systems @ Swiss Ecole Polytechnique Federale in Lausanne, Route Cantonale, 1015 Lausanne

Chers professeur(e)s!

Internet n’existe pas de son propre fait. Pour cela il faut de l’équipement qui permet de réguler les transferts de données et favorise l’accès aux personnes qui développent, construisent, vendent, installent et utilisent cet équipement. CISCO est une de ces entreprises qui construit ces autoroutes de l’internet. Sans les produits et services CISCO il n’y aurait pas d’email, de chat, de Facebook ou de Skype possible.

Le 25 avril 2013, lors de la Journée internationale des jeunes filles dans le secteur des TIC, nous vous invitons vous et votre classe à venir dans nos bureaux de de Zurich, Rolle ainsi qu’à l’EFPL de Lausanne afin que vous puissiez expérimenter les technologies de la communication en action et voir de manière concrète quelles sont les technologies derrière l’utilisation courante d’internet.

Vous aurez ainsi l’opportunité de voir de l’intérieur le travail d’une entreprise qui fournit des équipements et des applications qui font marcher internet. Vous aurez la possibilité de prendre part de manière participative à de petits ateliers sur des sujets comme « les réseaux sociaux », « à quoi ressemble mon PC de l’intérieur ».

Nous attendons avec impatience votre réponse et la possibilité de discuter plus activement les détails de votre visite directement avec vous.

J’espère pouvoir vous rencontrer personnellement dans l’un de nos bureaux.

Sincères salutations

Jutta Jerlich
Cisco Networking Academy Suisse

Email Registration
Online Registration

LINKS
ITU Kalender Girls-ict-day-Zurich
ITU Kalender Girls-ict-day-Rolle
ITU Kalender Girls-ict-day-Lausanne
Tech needs girls

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Cisco Schweiz lädt zum Girls in ICT Day – 25. April 2013

Posted by juttajerlich on 10. March 2013

Cisco Systems, Richtistrasse 7, 8304 Wallisellen / Zürich
Cisco Systems International, Avenue des Uttins 5, 1180 Rolle
Cisco Systems @ EPFL Technische Hochschule Lausanne, Route Cantonale, 1015 Lausanne

Liebe Lehrer- und LehrerInnen !

Internet ist nicht einfach immer da. Dafür braucht es Geräte, die den Datenverkehr regeln und Menschen, die diese Geräte bauen, verkaufen, installieren und dann am Laufen halten. Der Gerätehersteller Cisco baut diese Strassen des Internets! Keine Email, kein Chatten, kein Facebook, kein Skype wäre ohne Cisco Produkte möglich.

Am 25. April, dem Girls Day 2013, laden die CISCO Büros in Zurich, Rolle und am EPFL in Lausanne Sie und Ihre Klasse ein, Kommunikationstechnologie in Aktion zu sehen und die Technologie des Internets bei uns hautnah kennenzulernen.

Es erwartet Sie und Ihre Klasse ein Einblick in die Arbeit in einem Unternehmen, das Geräte und Apps anbietet, die das Internet zum Laufen bringen. Es gibt die Möglichkeit, verschiedene Workshops zu den Themen “Sicher im Netz”, “Soziale Netze” und “PC-Technik” zu besuchen, wo man selbst aktiv ist.

Ich freue mich auf Ihre Rückmeldung und bespreche gern nähere Details direkt mit Ihnen. Wir hoffen, dass es Ihnen möglich sein wird, uns in einem der Büros zu besuchen.

Mit herzlichen Grüßen

Jutta Jerlich
Cisco Networking Academy Schweiz

Email Anmeldung
Online Anmeldung

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Dear teachers!

Internet is not simply always there. It needs equipment that allows and regulates data transfer and people, who develop, build, sell, install and operate them. CISCO is one of the companies that build those Internet highways. No email, no chat, no facebook, no Skype would be possible without Cisco products and services.

On 25 April 2013, on the occasion of International Girls in ICT Day, we invite you and your class to our CISCO Offices in Zurich, Rolle and at the EPFL in Lausanne for you to see communication technology in action and experience the technology behind the Internet in practice.

You can get an inside view into a company providing equipment and apps that keep the Internet running. There are possibilities to join small workshops about topics like “Secure in the network”, “Social networks” and “How does my PC look from inside”where you are actively involved.

We are looking forward to your reply and to discuss details about your visit directly with you. I personally hope to be able to meet you in one of our offices.

With best regards

Jutta Jerlich
Cisco Networking Academy Schwitzerland

Email Registration
Online Registration

LINKS
ITU Kalender Girls-ict-day-Zurich
ITU Kalender Girls-ict-day-Rolle
ITU Kalender Girls-ict-day-Lausanne
Tech needs girls

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Creativity Engineering News: Interesting new group topics

Posted by jjerlich on 31. October 2012

Each course is very different and here are this year’s group topics. Looking forward to to all results and more so to the way each one of the participants gets there …

G1 – City innovation study
G2 – The Human Power Plant
G3 – Online Platform Lecture Notes
G4 – Electric Scooter – Green bike
G5 – website for sharing recipes for people with medical situations
G6 – Group Traveling
G7 – Transportation Development in Cities
G8 – Social Magnetism brings poles together
G9 – Buddy Shopping
G10 – Multicopter
G11 – Synchronize ya Family
G12 – Control of objects by thoughts
G13 – Effect of colour in the building
G14 – Online learning platform
G15 – From traditional office work to work from home
G16 – Sustainable energy/resource saving
G18 – re-gain Energy
G19 – Eco Loco
G20 – Unused urban spaces
G21 – Uses for recycled waste
G22 – Team up

Interested in one of them?

Happy to connect with you. Just get in touch with me.

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Sharing my V I S I O N ?

Posted by juttajerlich on 29. February 2012

Many centuries ago great architects were also engineers, philosophers and writers. So interdisciplinarity is not a new concept. Today new technologies and ICT tools open up a broad field of ways of how to innovate and make life better for all. We depend on creative and innovative people to sustain and develop our economy to fulfill the needs of our society.

The Course CREATIVITY ENGINEERING offers participants a chance to learn about their creative potential, understand about the implementation of ideas in a market environment and check how things work out when trying to make an idea become reality in a multidisciplinary team from different cultural backgrounds.

It is my vision to make Creativity Engineering a step forward and make it an event that takes place with partners in different locations on the globe. I am looking for people sharing this vision in universities and companies. Contact me if who want to be part of making sure that we learn how we can use our knowledge and creative potential in the work environment in todays offices in better ways.

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Vor vielen Jahrhunderten waren große Architekten auch Ingenieure, Philosophen und Schriftsteller. Interdisziplinarität ist kein neues Konzept. Heute eröffnen uns neue Technologien ungeahnte Wege mit Innovationen das Leben für alle zu verbessern. Wir brauchen kreative und innovative Leute zue Erhaltung und Entwicklung unserer Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft.

Der Kurs CREATIVITY ENGINEERING bietet Teilnehmern die Möglichkeit, ihr eigenes kreatives Potential besser kennen zu lernen, Erfolgsfaktoren bei der Umsetzung im Markt verstehen zu können und ausprobieren zu können, welche Probleme und Erfolge bei der Verwirklichung so einer Idee in einem interdiszipliären Team mit Mitglieder aus verschiedenen Kulturen entstehen können.

Ich habe die Vision einen Schritt weiter zu gehen und aus Creativity Engineering einen Event zu machen, der mit localen Partner an verschiedenen Orten rund um den Globus stattfindet. Liegt es Ihnen am Herzen, dass wir unser Wissen und kreatives Potential in der heutigen Realiatät der Arbeitswelt schlauer einsetzen lernen. Ich suche Leute an Universitäten und in Firmen, die diese Vision teilen. Kontaktieren Sie mich …

Lets start the dialog and connect with me

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