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DSIL’s researchers participated in the R&D Management Conference 2023

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Arash, a researcher at DSIL, participated in the "R&D Management Conference 2023: Responsible and Responsive Innovation for a Better Future" held at Universidad Pablo de Olavide in Seville, Spain, June 19-21, 2023. He presented his research entitled “Value Creation and Value Capture with NFTs: Use Cases, Mechanisms and Business Models” co-authored by Prof. Rene Bohnsack.

Hogeschool Rotterdam Business School visits the Digital + Sustainable Innovation Lab

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Last Monday (Jan 30th), the DSI Lab team had the pleasure to welcome a group of students from Hogeschool Rotterdam Business School. The visit program included a brief introduction to CLSBE, a presentation of DSI Lab and its team, and the main activities. Three main European research projects were presented: inteGRIDY, DIANA, and OMEGA-X.

DSIL’s Researchers participated in the 7th International Conference on New Business Models

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Arash, a researcher from DSIL, participated in the 7th International Conference on New Business Models (NBM) held June 23-24, 2022 at The University of LUMSA in Rome, Italy, by presenting his research entitled “Cascading Business Models: A Study of Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs)” co-authored by Prof. Rene. This research is focused on a new type

Business Modeling Workshop for inteGRIDy: Final in Series

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Last week, the Smart City Innovation Lab conducted a business modeling workshop with partners from three out of ten pilots participating in the inteGRIDy project – Terni (Italy), San Severino (Italy) and Ploiesti (Romania). The workshop took place in Terni (Italy) and was kindly hosted by ASM Terni, our partner in inteGRIDy. The objective of

Smart Cities Workshop: Collaborative Business Modeling for Smart City Solutions

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Last week, the Smart City Innovation Lab was invited to host a workshop on Business Models in a Smart City Context with Urban Planning specialists from the Seoul Metropolitan Government. The main goal of this workshop was to understand the opportunities and challenges of business model development for smart city solutions. Dr. René Bohnsack started with