Project results, reports and resources

The Book Sprints for ICT Research project has been completed successfully. Over the one-year period five books sprints were organised in collaboration with the partner projects (FP7-ICT/FET-Open): UrbanIxD, FoCAS, CSNII, CAPS2020. They resulted in the production of five books, four

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Book “Urban Interaction Design: Towards City Making”

The book written by a group of researchers and practitioners within 4 days during the 3rd Book Sprint is available for free download from our website. It is the result of the collaboration between two projects: UrbanIxD and BS4ICTRSRCH. Coordinator

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Book Sprint on Book Sprints

A group of Book Sprints facilitators and researchers interested and at the same time familiar with this method of collaborative writing recently gathered for a Book Sprint on Book Sprints. Its result is a book, which offers an insight into

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Book on DAC biomimetic architecture

The 4th Book Sprint of BS4ICTRSRCH series, with the CSNII group resulted in production of the draft version of the next upcoming publication of the CSN book series, titled “DAC: Distributed Adaptive Control. Theory and Practice” edited by Paul Verschure

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Fourth sprint

The fourth book sprint retreat was in the eclectic and flora riddled 60’s Eden Roc hotel in Sant Feliu de Guíxols, north of Barcelona. It is an ideal venue for seminars and conferences because it is close enough to major

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Part 3, third book sprint

The final leg of the UrbanIxD book sprint in Neuhausen, Germany was characterised by urgency to meet the deadline. The piece was completed around midnight Thursday and on Friday the group assembled for a two hour group session led by

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Part 2, third book sprint

A book sprint typically contains a number of modes, which initially follow each other in sequence, then continue looping in parallel: conceptualising, structuring, writing and reviewing. The group at work presently have a diverse backround and the conceptualising phase started

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Part 1, third book sprint

For the third BS4ICTRSRCH event we once again partnered with the UrbanIxD project with the intention of producing a book with the title “Urban Interaction Design: Emerging Trends”. Martin Brynskov, Ph.D. Associate professor of interaction technologies at Aarhus University put

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Convergent Science Network book sprint

From Wednesday 23 to Sunday 27 April 2014, nine Convergent Science Network scholars will participate in a book sprint to produce a piece with the preliminary title “On Brain architectures: the Distributed Adaptive Control [DAC] explains Brain Mind and Body

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FoCAS newsletter, article by Gusz Eiben

In FoCAS’s second newsletter Gusz Eiben writes about the book sprint last year which resulted in the publication “Herding Black Sheep”. Flip to page 13 of the PDF on their website or on issu.com to read his review “The Sound

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