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ENERGY & SUSTAINABILTY

CROWDSOURCING WEEK EUROPE 2016

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24 NOVEMBER

Thursday | Day 4 of CSW Europe 2016

BRUSSELS

Chancellery Auditorium (Map)

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Crowd-driven solutions are revolutionizing our transition toward sustainable energy, reducing resource consumption, bettering our citizen services and the environment. Hear incredible case studies from the experts leading the way.

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Energy & Sustainability Track

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Adam Woodhall

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Alexander Vasylchenko

Andy Ridley

Andy Ridley

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Angelo Vermeulen

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Ariane Delalande

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Aymeric Olibet

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Bruce Douglas

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Charlotte Geoffray

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Chiara Candelise

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Eero Ailio

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Enrique Ramirez

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Francois Sonnet

Francois Sonnet

Frank Vermeulen

Frank Vermeulen

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Frédéric Simon

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Frederik De Wilde

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Jorge Mañes Rubio

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Karen Frances Eng

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Mandla Maseko

Marie Noelle Keijzer

Marie Noelle Keijzer

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Naziha Mestaoui

Nicolas Verstraete

Nicolas Verstraete

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Thierry Mathieu

Vincent De Dobbeleer

Vincent De Dobbeleer

Explore The Schedule – Thursday, 24 November

The programme is designed to emphasize cross-disciplinary learning, presenting perspectives from a wide range of public and private sectors together on a single stage. There will be no long and drawn-out presentations. By contrast, expect rapid-fire sessions, panels, and interactive breakouts designed for maximum enjoyment, impact, and learning.

Opening Night Reception

0915
Welcome Address
0930
Why Games Are the Future of Talent, Science and Humanity
Are games just for fun? What can you do with games? Can games help us reach the next level in our development?

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Chancellery Auditorium
0950
Collective Awareness & Digital Social Innovation In The European Union
This session will discuss the ongoing activities and future plans of the European Commission in the field of Collective Awareness Platforms (CAPS) and Digital Social Innovation.

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Chancellery Auditorium
1005
Crowdfunding Three Religions Under One Roof
What are the challenges and obstacles faced in crowdfunding the building a mosque, a synagogue and a church under one roof in the center of Berlin?

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Chancellery Auditorium
1020
Innovation Hubs by BNP Paribas Fortis
How, and why, BNP Paribas Fortis collaboratively created an initiative support innovative entrepreneurship.

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Chancellery Auditorium
1035
H-FARM – Subset of an Ecosystem
Learn how H-FARM as an innovative platform helps entrepreneurs launch new initiatives and support the digitalisation of Corporates.

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Chancellery Auditorium
1050
Collaborative Organizations & Societies
What do you believe should be done to build more collaborative organizations and societies? Aymeric Olibet, Dan Sobovitz and Ingrid Willems will present the findings of a collaborative positioning paper on the topic.

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1100
Coffee Break
1120
When are Crowds Wise?
Sharing from Synthetron's experience and learning what the limits and conditions are to source wisdom from crowds.

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Chancellery Auditorium
1140
Global Private Capital Markets: Reshaped or Disrupted by Crowdfunding Technology?
This session will focus specifically on the innovation and investment opportunities that are emerging from the technologies that are creating the equity and debt crowdfunding ecosystem. Will these technologies be integrated into the standard practice of other private capital market investors (angel, VC, PE) or will new types of private market investors/practices emerge?

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Chancellery Auditorium
1155
IPDB: An Internet-Scale Blockchain Database for Everyone
Governing a decentralized system is hard, as the Bitcoin scaling debacle has demonstrated. How can you make sure it has the power to act decisively without re-centralizing power? Greg will discuss the role of IPDB in the governance of a decentralized organization.

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Chancellery Auditorium
1210
Panel 1: Are VCs Getting Disrupted by Crowdfunding?
12.45
Lunch
1400
The Future of Crowdsourcing
Findings from a recent crowdsourced study will show what new, innovative applications of crowdsourcing we will see emerge. Where is this industry going?

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Chancellery Auditorium
1420
Crowdsourcing to Disrupt the Conservative Belgian Beer Market
How can you get the attention of your community & the media in a market dominated by big brewers spending lots of money in advertisement? How can you get inspiration & concrete ideas from your community? How can you involve your community for life in your crowdfunding?

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1435
Open Innovation is Vitally Important but Difficult – Why?
We will examine the psychological and strategic root causes, and how to effectively address them to successfully lead open innovation initiatives.

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Chancellery Auditorium
1450
Today, Everyone is a Start Up
This inspiring talk will unveil the reason why startups are on the rise today. It will stress the new identity entrepreneurs have embraced and unlock the three vital skills for them to thrive in this agile world.

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Chancellery Auditorium
1505
Understanding Global Economic Transition
This session will look at where the global economic transition will be taking us and what the transition phases are.

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Chancellery Auditorium
1520
How to Build Up a Crowdsourcing Community
This session will explore everything from how to frame tasks in the briefing stage, get creative professionals on board, and keep them motivated throughout a crowdsourcing project’s lifecycle.

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Chancellery Auditorium
1535
Coffee Break
1600
Life-Saving Technologies will Come from Crowdsourcing
Learn why crowdsourcing is needed now in public safety technology and how to bring about innovative change in a structured R&D environment.

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Chancellery Auditorium
1620
Panel 2: What are the Challenges for Corporate Innovation through Crowdsourcing?
1700
Blockchain: A Game-Changing Technology
How will blockchain technologies impact large and small, public and private organizations? Learn about the origins, the latest trends, the main innovators and the real world applications of blockchain technologies.

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Chancellery Auditorium
1720
Crowdsourcing Media Exposure
Marketing has transformed to adapt in the age of connectivity. How can brands leverage the power of the crowd to get their messages to the masses?

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Chancellery Auditorium
1735
Closing Remarks

Crowdsourcing, Cocreation & Crowd Innovation

915
Welcome Address
0920
Cities for People
This session will look at how Brussels is embracing the sharing economy.

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Chancellery Auditorium
0935
Smart Cities on the Eve of IoT Breakthrough
Smart Cities on the Eve of IoT Breakthrough

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Chancellery Auditorium
0955
Shifting from the Occupation of Space to the Mastery of Time
How the way we formulate our need of being mobile can help us win the mobility battle.

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Chancellery Auditorium
1015
Smart Cities, Connected Challenges
This session will look at the challenges that the Brussels region wishes to address through Smart City.

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Chancellery Auditorium
1035
Empowering Citizens to Create and Crowdfund their Own Collectives
How can we enable citizens to improve their city? How we can reduce the friction that exists today?

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Chancellery Auditorium
1050
Smart Cities & Mobility
What are the limitations of our society and the potential solutions? Cécile Huylebroeck and Tom Sorgeloos will present the positioning paper and the findings.

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Chancellery Auditorium
1100
Coffee Break
1120
Free Floating Car Sharing
Free floating car sharing as part of a urban multi-mobility solution.

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Chancellery Auditorium
1135
Future of Transportation: More People in Less Cars
Joost Verdiesen of Uber will present on the future of transportation. How will we get from point A to point B tomorrow?

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Chancellery Auditorium
1150
Technology and Modern Civic Movements: U.S. Drives towards the Engaged City
U.S. insights showing the way from the concept of Smart(er) City to that of Engaged City.

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Chancellery Auditorium
1205
Panel: What Role Does Sharing Economy Play in the Era of Smart City Evolution?
1245
Lunch
1400
Eliminating Exclusivity: The Future of Inclusive Design & Technology
How will inclusive design, combined with the power of crowd-sourced data and services, optimize the experience of every customer.

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Chancellery Auditorium
1420
Why Data Companies Don’t Need Data
This talk will cover the individual and business benefits of decentralising personal data.

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Chancellery Auditorium
1440
Your Telecom Data for Public Good?
Telecom operators capture masses of individual, social, economic and geographical data, enabling them to observe changes in economic and social patterns over time. What kind of data is generated with your phone, and how can it be used for public good?

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Chancellery Auditorium
1500
Navigating the Digital Maze
This presentation will describe how Mastercard views the digital transformation under way within the world of payments, and the opportunities generated by this transition.

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Chancellery Auditorium
1520
Global Goals for Local Impact – The Lanet-Umoja Story
This session will look at how to domesticate the Sustainable Development Goals at village level and make change using everyone's energy.

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Chancellery Auditorium
1540
Coffee Break
1600
Smarter City, Smarter Policy: Crowd Monitoring
Peter will explain how can cities can become smarter through crowd monitoring, a method enabling them to draw incredible new insights to improve mobility, security, and marketing.

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Chancellery Auditorium
1620
Entering the Trust Age
According to over 18k members surveyed, a BlaBlaCar member with a full profile is trusted almost as much as a friend.

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Chancellery Auditorium
1640
Crowdfunding for Sustainable Entrepreneurship and Innovation
How to use crowdfunding and crowdsourcing to innovate? How to enhance opportunities and benefits from the correct use of crowdfunding in modern society?

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Chancellery Auditorium
1705
Vuollerim: A Community Sustained by Crowdsourcing and Social Capital
Vuollerim by the Arctic Circle - a practical example of crowdsourcing and social village capital.

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Chancellery Auditorium
1725
Closing Remarks

Smart Cities, Sharing Economy & Mobility

0915
Welcome Address
0920
Using the Power of the Crowd to Shape the Economy of the Future
How can we tap into the power of the crowd to create products and services which are making a difference economically, socially and environmentally?

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Chancellery Auditorium
0940
Smart Financing and Empowerment: Crowdfunding in Energy
Is crowdfunding in energy a people empowering tool? Are energy crowdfunding platforms moving from niche, grass root initiatives into larger projects? What is the role and collaboration with energy private sector and institutional finance?

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Chancellery Auditorium
1000
New Deal for Smart, Participative Energy
What is the direction of the energy transition? What is the EU doing to facilitate it and, in particular, the opportunities for citizens to engage in it?

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Chancellery Auditorium
1020
Awango by Total: Solutions to Improve Access to Energy
Social business and crowdfunding platform dedicated to access to energy.

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1035
Crowdsourcing for the Climate: Why Trees are the New Currency
Get an overview on crowdsourcing for the climate, learn why trees are the solution to most of today's biggest challenges, and understand how climate change can be halted with the support of everyone, including large corporates, startups and consumers.

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Chancellery Auditorium
1050
Energy & Sustainability
What do you think should be done to build a more sustainable society? Aymeric Olibet and Thierry Mathieu will present the positioning paper and the findings.

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Chancellery Auditorium
1100
Coffee Break
1120
Power from the Crowd
This session will look at energy decentralization and how regulation schemes can evolve to support a more human and sustainable energy system.

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Chancellery Auditorium
1140
Customer Experience Accelerates the Future
Find out how customer needs can be addresssed while increasing the speed of adoption of the future energy system.

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1200
Panel 1: What is the Future of Energy Decentralization? How will it Impact our Environment?
1245
Lunch
1400
Solar Power for Generations to Come
This session will look at providing solar energy at an affordable price and how the number of solar owners can increased drastically through the use of a Digital Asset, SolarCoin.

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Chancellery Auditorium
1420
Crowdsource your Way to Sustainability
Can we use crowdsourcing to improve energy efficiency or water consumption? Can we find technologies in other industries? Why does it makes sense? What would be the role of your current suppliers with this approach?

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1440
Solar Disruption
Solar Disruption

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Chancellery Auditorium
1500
Art and Technology Re-connecting with Nature
Art and Technology Re-connecting with Nature

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Chancellery Auditorium
1520
Coffee Break
1600
Panel 2: The Role of Blockchain in the Energy Sector. How will it Work?
1630
Panel 3: The Art of Possibilities Beyond Planet Earth?
1730
Closing Remarks

Sustainability & Energy

0915
Welcome Address
0920
Why Not? Two Words that can Change the World
The key role of entrepreneurial thinking and action in keeping economies and societies growing and successful.

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Chancellery Auditorium
0935
How Crowdsourcing the UK Constitution Built a Learning Community
Find out how a fully crowdsourced constitution for the United Kingdom is providing opportunities for learning, engagement and debate.

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Chancellery Auditorium
0950
This Time is Different!
Will unemployment increase or will the rise pass like in the earlier industrial revolutions? What are the challenges for society as a whole?

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Chancellery Auditorium
1010
Equalizing the Pursuit of Public Interest
What if civil society organisations had the same expertise and talent as corporations? What if all interests had equal access and representation in the policy process? What if corporations and NGOs could  - at times -  team up in pursuit of the public interest?

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Chancellery Auditorium
1030
Higher Education and Employability
In the knowledge economy driven economy, the opportunities for jobs are unlimited.

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Chancellery Auditorium
1050
Education & Future Employability
What do you think should be done to align education with the future of work? Cécile Huylebroeck and Yolande Berbers will present the positioning paper and the findings.

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1100
Coffee Break
1120
Basic Income in Europe
Look at basic income with focus on the future of work with more automatization and robotization and how it can be implemented in Europe.

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Chancellery Auditorium
1135
Crowdsourcing for the Poor
This session will touch on how to connect millions of underserved communities through crowdsourcing.

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Chancellery Auditorium
1150
In 2033, you’ll be Transferring, not Working
Find out how work is changing because of three massive trends that will reshape the way we employ our skills.

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Chancellery Auditorium
1205
Panel: Is Our Current Education System in Line with the Future of Work?
1245
Lunch
1400
Crowdsourcing Innovation, The NASA Narrative
Learn how numerous small businesses and startups have used innovative crowdsourcing techniques to help their organisations grow.

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Chancellery Auditorium
1415
Startup Manifesto Movement: Crowdsourcing Policy Input
How to involve your stakeholders, i.e. entrepreneurs in developing innovative and adequate policy solutions and actively enhance the entrepreneurial climate leading to a wide-spread movement across Europe.

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Chancellery Auditorium
1430
Your Neighborhood is your University
Find out how to build access driven hyperlocal communities around education by allowing people to share knowledge.

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Chancellery Auditorium
1445
Boosting Entrepreneurship and Supporting Micro-Enterprise. How the EU can help.
Boosting Entrepreneurship and Supporting Micro-Enterprise. How the EU can help.

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1500
Intrapreneurship as a Source of Business and Social Innovation
Intrapreneurship as a Source of Business and Social Innovation

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Chancellery Auditorium
1515
Overview of the European Scaleup Ecosystem
Insights on trends in technology and business models for rapid scale.

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Chancellery Auditorium
1535
Coffee Break
1600
Is Funding your Startup a Bad Idea?
Find out how the crowd can be an alternative to fund your start-up.

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Chancellery Auditorium
1615
Designing the Crowdsourcing Experience
Find out how crowdsourcing platforms can be better designed.

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Chancellery Auditorium
1630
Closing Remarks

Interactive Workshops

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Crowd-Driven Energy & Sustainability

Thursday, 24 November
11:20am-12:20pm
Facilitators: BNP Paribas Fortis, Engie

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Positioning Paper

Ahead of CSW Europe 2016, in the current context of the digital revolution with rapid change and disruption, a diverse group of people with institutional, corporate and entrepreneurial backgrounds engaged in a lively discussion on the challenges – and opportunities – of creating a truly sustainable energy and environmental future. They developed a positioning paper which you can download here.

Find on Wooclap the work-group’s concrete proposals to address the challenges explained in this positioning paper. Everyone is invited to contribute with his/her own opinions and ideas.

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