INCODE
Innovation Competencies Development

News

New: INCODE publications on website now

New: The INCODE barometer and user guide, INCODE rater training manual and the Presentations of the Final INCODE Conference are published on the INCODE site now.

INCODE Final Conference

The INCODE final conference took place in Hamburg on 15th of November 2013. A very interested audience discussed with the INCODE members and gave feedback on their view of the project results that were presented in a diversified an vivid way.   All presentations of the Conference can be found on the INCODE-website on 

INCODE Final Conference on 15th of November 2013 - Program out now

"Making mistakes at no risk" - on 15th of November a one-day conference of the EU funded INCODE project is taking place at University of Applied Sciences Hamburg in Hamburg, Germany.

Universitat Politècnica de València

The Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV) is a young, prestigious public institution providing modern and flexible degrees tailored to the needs of society. Its history dates back to the early 70s, although some of its schools are over a hundred years old. Currently, its academic community comprises more than 38,000 students, almost 2,500 lecturers and researchers,...

5th Meeting of INCODE in Turku (Finland) on 10th-12th of June 2013

Developing the INCODE Barometer (ICB) and testing it within the Research Hatcheries (REHA) was a main task of the INCODE group as yet. In the Turku-meeting one of the main subjects was the systematic application of the ICB within the REHA setting for the users of the Barometer. For this reason a one-day rater training session was arranged by the German partner in the...

Hamburg - University of Applied Sciences (Germany)

With 14,000 students Hamburg University of Applied Sciences is the second largest institution of higher education in the Hamburg region and one of the largest of its kind (university of applied sciences) in Germany.

Interview with Erwin Smet and Emiel Billiet - Karel de Grote Hogeschool Antwerp

Erwin Smet Erwin Smet and Emiel Billiet are responsible for the Quality Management in the INCODE Project.

4th INCODE Meeting in Antwerp 16th-18th of January 2013

Fourth INCODE project meeting in AntwerpFourth INCODE project meeting in Antwerp The fourth project-meeting of INCODE took place in Antwerp (Belgium) on 16th-18th of January 2013. This meeting in Belgium focused on refining the Innovation Competencies Barometer and on integrating Research Hatcheries (REHA), Innovation Competencies Barometer (ICB) and Rater Training on the background of the first round of REHA pilots in the different participating...

INCODE at INTED 2013 !

INCODE will be presented at the 7th International Technology, Education and Development Conference that will be held in Valencia (Spain) on the 4th, 5th and 6th of March, 2013.

Turku - University of Applied Sciences (Finland)

Turku University of Applied Sciences is one of the leading universities of applied sciences in Finland. It hosts over 9000 students studying for the Bachelor’s or Master’s degree. The range of our degree programs covers seven fields of education, providing a good platform for interdisciplinary learning.
Studies at TUAS are working life oriented, combining...

Interview with Frances Watts and Juan Marin-Garcia - Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain

Prof. Frances Watts and Prof. Juan Marin-Garcia are working for the Spanish team in the INCODE project - they have a lot of experience in different teaching and learning methods.

Third INCODE Meeting in Hamburg (Germany) 19-21 Sept 2012

Third project-meeting of INCODEThird project-meeting of INCODE The third project-meeting of INCODE took place in Hamburg (Germany) on 19th-21th of September 2012. One of the main subjects under discussion was the first round of rating several kinds of filmed situations according to the new Innovation Competence Barometer (ICB) that were arranged during the summer in all participating universities.

INCODE at icee2012 !

Dr. Liisa Kairisto-Mertanen and Dr. Ari Putkonen (Turku) will facilitate a workshop

Interview with Jussi Riihiranta - Coordinator of INCODE

Mr. Jussi Riihiranta, Turku University of Applied Sciences, is Project Coordinator of the INCODE project.

Antwerp - The Karel de Grote-University College, Engineering Department (Belgium)

The Engineering Department of the Karel de Grote-University College is situated in Hoboken, a small town just outside Antwerp. In the INCODE-project mainly colleagues from the Electromechanical section are involved.

Second INCODE-Project Meeting in Valencia (Spain) 7th-9th of March 2012

The second INCODE project meeting took place in Valencia (Spain) in March 2012. One of the first issues on the agenda was the presentation of the development of the Innovation Competence Barometer (ICB) another of INCODE’s core tasks.

First Project-Meeting in Turku (Finland) 26th-28th of October 2011

The first meeting of the whole INCODE Working Group took place on 26th-28th of October 2011 in Turku (Finland). As it is custom for kick-off meetings several kinds of introductions were on the agenda of the first meeting of the new transnational project group.

News

New: INCODE publications on website now

New: The INCODE barometer and user guide, INCODE rater training manual and the Presentations of the Final INCODE Conference are published on the INCODE site now.

INCODE Final Conference

The INCODE final conference took place in Hamburg on 15th of November 2013. A very interested audience discussed with the INCODE members and gave feedback on their view of the project results that were presented in a diversified an vivid way.   All presentations of the Conference can be found on the INCODE-website on 

INCODE Final Conference on 15th of November 2013 - Program out now

"Making mistakes at no risk" - on 15th of November a one-day conference of the EU funded INCODE project is taking place at University of Applied Sciences Hamburg in Hamburg, Germany.

Universitat Politècnica de València

The Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV) is a young, prestigious public institution providing modern and flexible degrees tailored to the needs of society. Its history dates back to the early 70s, although some of its schools are over a hundred years old. Currently, its academic community comprises more than 38,000 students, almost 2,500 lecturers and researchers,...

5th Meeting of INCODE in Turku (Finland) on 10th-12th of June 2013

Developing the INCODE Barometer (ICB) and testing it within the Research Hatcheries (REHA) was a main task of the INCODE group as yet. In the Turku-meeting one of the main subjects was the systematic application of the ICB within the REHA setting for the users of the Barometer. For this reason a one-day rater training session was arranged by the German partner in the...

Hamburg - University of Applied Sciences (Germany)

With 14,000 students Hamburg University of Applied Sciences is the second largest institution of higher education in the Hamburg region and one of the largest of its kind (university of applied sciences) in Germany.

Interview with Erwin Smet and Emiel Billiet - Karel de Grote Hogeschool Antwerp

Erwin Smet Erwin Smet and Emiel Billiet are responsible for the Quality Management in the INCODE Project.

4th INCODE Meeting in Antwerp 16th-18th of January 2013

Fourth INCODE project meeting in AntwerpFourth INCODE project meeting in Antwerp The fourth project-meeting of INCODE took place in Antwerp (Belgium) on 16th-18th of January 2013. This meeting in Belgium focused on refining the Innovation Competencies Barometer and on integrating Research Hatcheries (REHA), Innovation Competencies Barometer (ICB) and Rater Training on the background of the first round of REHA pilots in the different participating...

INCODE at INTED 2013 !

INCODE will be presented at the 7th International Technology, Education and Development Conference that will be held in Valencia (Spain) on the 4th, 5th and 6th of March, 2013.

Turku - University of Applied Sciences (Finland)

Turku University of Applied Sciences is one of the leading universities of applied sciences in Finland. It hosts over 9000 students studying for the Bachelor’s or Master’s degree. The range of our degree programs covers seven fields of education, providing a good platform for interdisciplinary learning.
Studies at TUAS are working life oriented, combining...

Interview with Frances Watts and Juan Marin-Garcia - Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain

Prof. Frances Watts and Prof. Juan Marin-Garcia are working for the Spanish team in the INCODE project - they have a lot of experience in different teaching and learning methods.

Third INCODE Meeting in Hamburg (Germany) 19-21 Sept 2012

Third project-meeting of INCODEThird project-meeting of INCODE The third project-meeting of INCODE took place in Hamburg (Germany) on 19th-21th of September 2012. One of the main subjects under discussion was the first round of rating several kinds of filmed situations according to the new Innovation Competence Barometer (ICB) that were arranged during the summer in all participating universities.

INCODE at icee2012 !

Dr. Liisa Kairisto-Mertanen and Dr. Ari Putkonen (Turku) will facilitate a workshop

Interview with Jussi Riihiranta - Coordinator of INCODE

Mr. Jussi Riihiranta, Turku University of Applied Sciences, is Project Coordinator of the INCODE project.

Antwerp - The Karel de Grote-University College, Engineering Department (Belgium)

The Engineering Department of the Karel de Grote-University College is situated in Hoboken, a small town just outside Antwerp. In the INCODE-project mainly colleagues from the Electromechanical section are involved.

Second INCODE-Project Meeting in Valencia (Spain) 7th-9th of March 2012

The second INCODE project meeting took place in Valencia (Spain) in March 2012. One of the first issues on the agenda was the presentation of the development of the Innovation Competence Barometer (ICB) another of INCODE’s core tasks.

First Project-Meeting in Turku (Finland) 26th-28th of October 2011

The first meeting of the whole INCODE Working Group took place on 26th-28th of October 2011 in Turku (Finland). As it is custom for kick-off meetings several kinds of introductions were on the agenda of the first meeting of the new transnational project group.