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    STSMs 2016/2017

    The action has funded 6 STSMs over the coming months! 

    Successful meeting on Project Risk & Asset Management Uncertainty Assessment

    October 2016: The Action held a workshop on Project Risk & Asset Management Uncertainty hosted by colleagues at TU Delft

    Expert Judgement Workshop, 26th August 2016

    An expert judgement workshop is being held at the University of Strathclyde on Friday 26th August!

    Building Expertise for Innovation

    Session 1: Opening statements

    Prof Tim Bedford

    Session 2: KEY NOTE Policy perspectives into digitalization

    Welcome statements - Professors Ahti Salo and Martti Mäntylä, Aalto University School of Science Professor Tim Bedford, University of Strathclyde

    Jyrki Kasvi, Member of the Finnish Parliament, Research and Development Manager of the Finnish Information Society Development Centre

    Janica Ylikarjula, Chief Policy Adviser, Confederation of Finnish Industries

    Vladimír Šucha, Director-General of the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission

    Markku Markkula, President of the European Committee of the Regions

    Keynote Dialoque by President Markkula and DG Sucha: Mobilizing Human Capital and Innovation in Europe

    Session 3: Expertise and expert judgement for innovation

    Introduction - Jennifer Cassingena Harper

    Scenario thinking and the (unanticipated) impacts of information technology on patient empowerment - George Wright, Professor, University of Strathclyde, UK

    The role of Experts in the era of online mass collaboration: evidence from collective intelligence experiments - Luca Iandoli, Professor, University of Naples Federico II, President of the International Council for Small Business

    Leena Mörttinen, Executive Director, The Finnish Family Firms Association

    Session 4a: Tutorial on digital platforms

    Digital platforms – Definitions, conceptual diversity, and the next disruptions - Ville Eloranta, Aalto University School of Business

    This extensive tutorial will: - Illustrate the full breadth of digital platforms - Examine different ways of value creation - Analyze the evolution of platforms through examples - Offer insights into likely future disruptions

    Session 4b: Techniques of expert judgement elicitation

    Cognitive biases in spatial risk analysis: Design of an experiment - Valentina Ferretti, LSE, UK

    Managing path dependence in innovation and policy – Reflections from a behavioral operations research perspective  - Tuomas Lahtinen, Aalto U School of Science

    Structural Elicitation for Bayesian Network - Tina Nane, TU Delft, Netherlands

    Improving construction of conditional probability tables for ranked nodes in Bayesian networks - Pekka Laitila, Aalto U School of Science

    Collaborative demand forecasting with integration of event-based judgements - Naoufel Cheikhrouhou, Geneva School of Business Administration, Switzerland

    Session 5a: Governance and digitalization

    Technology giants in patent wars: Competition, litigations and innovation - Heli Koski, ETLA, Finland

    Trust, platforms, and complex service networks - Taija Turunen, Aalto U School of Business

    Firm strategies in open internet of things business ecosystems: Framework and case study - Anssi Smedlund, Aalto U School of Business

    Co-evolution between trust in teachers and higher education toward digitally-rich learning environments - Chihiro Watanabe, University of Jyväskylä & Tokyo Institute of Technology

    Session 5b: Research and innovation

    Mapping conditional scenarios for knowledge structuring in tail dependence elicitation: A case study on innovation and risk in the UK higher education sector - Christoph Werner, University of Strathclyde, UK

    Refining foresight approaches to crisis, inertia and transition - Jennifer Cassingena-Harper, Malta Council for Science and Technology, Malta

    Choosing among alternatives for international expansion: Expert Judgment support for an innovative start up - Michał Zdziarski, Faculty of Management, Warsaw University, Poland

    Can we combine expert judgement and big data analytics for innovative decision making? - Bekir Cetintav, Dokuz Eylul University, Turkey

    Session 6a: Building national strategies for digitalization

    Finnish strategies for the platform economy Ilona Lundström, Director-General of Enterprise and Innovation Department, Ministry of Employment and the Economy

    Comments – Jarno Limnéll, Aalto University

    Panel discussion - Moderator Ville Eloranta Jarno Limnéll Tim Bedford Martti Mäntylä Jeffrey Pittaway Ahti Salo

    Session 6b: Expert judgement in energy and environment

    Combining disparate climate signals with Bayesian nets - Roger M. Cooke, NASA Langley Research Center, USA

    Sorting and ranking policies to foster technological innovations in the electricity sector in Brazil: a Delphibased multi-criteria approach - Luis C. Dias, University of Coimbra, Portugal

    Smart governance: A cure for the local climate? - Alfréd Kaiser, SPECTRA Centre of Excellence EU, Slovakia

    Capturing complexity and enhancing implementation of one water paradigm: Innovative strategic planning aided by reference point approach - Srdjevic Bojan, University of Novi Sad, Serbia

    Expert judgements in probabilistic risk analysis – issues in nuclear power plant applications - Jan-Erik Holmberg, Risk Pilot Ab, Finland

    Session 7a: Sense-making and innovation

    Platform economy beyond the hype – sensemaking of signals using alternative frames - Mikko Dufva, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland

    Engagement platforms in software ecosystems – Case Future Internet PPP - Anssi Smedlund, Aalto U School of Business

    Transformative governance of adaptive digital platform ecosystems - Totti Könnölä, Aalto U School of Science

    Scenario-based portfolio model for building robust and proactive strategies - Eeva Vilkkumaa, Aalto U School of Business

    Session 7b: Health and wellbeing

    eHealth expert’s attitude towards processes of digitization: contradictions between stakeholders - Birute Mikulskiene, Mykolas Romeris University, Lithuania

    Structured expert judgement for innovative decision support for pollination and food security - Martine J. Barons, University of Warwick, UK

    Estimating future antibiotic resistance in Europe - Abigail Colson, University of Strathclyde, UK

    Session 8a: Ecosystems and innovative business strategies

    Value co-creation in platform ecosystems - Jeffrey Pittaway, Imperial College, UK

    From one-sided to multi-sided online retail: Exploring the value-creation logic of multi-sided digital retail platforms - Mikko Hänninen, Aalto U School of Business

    Strategic innovation framework for young companies - Janne J. Korhonen, Aalto U School of Science

    Developmental interventions for digitalizing networked business - Antero Hirvensalo, Aalto U School of Science

    Session 8b: Workshop on early stage researcher training

    Martine J. Barons, University of Warwick, UK Philip Bonanno, University of Malta, Malta Alec Morton, University of Strathclyde, UK

    Session 9: Concluding session

    Reports from sessions and early stage researcher training

    Future activities - Ahti Salo and Tim Bedford