Accomplissh Impact Award Event for Researchers and Students with Co-creation Projects

02/12/2019 - 10:00 - 13:00

Accomplissh Impact Award Event

School of Government, Law and Society

12th February 2019 (A-046) 10.00

Project plan please submit by e-mail:

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The purpose of the event is to put an emphasis on impact oriented academic work at Tallinn University by highlighting promising co-creation projects within the SSH (Social Sciences and Humanities) community of the University.

The event has two parts:
1.    Seminar on co-creation. Keynote speaker: Jonas Stier (Sweden)
2.    Project pitching for receiving the Accomplissh Impact Award for 2019.

The carefully chosen acronym ACCOMPLISSH stands for: Accelerate co-creation by setting up a multi-actor platform for impact from Social Sciences and Humanities. ACCOMPLISSH project has been implemented within the framework of a Horizion2020 with the participation of 14 European Universities.

Who can apply for receiving the Accomplissh Impact Award?
TU academic staff members who has been conducted their research or development program over the last three years involving minimum one outside partner. Partners can be any non-academic stakeholders from the private or public sector. Applicant needs to submit their project plan by 4th of February and they need to pitch their project at the impact award event together with their project partner.

What a pitching needs to include?
Each idea is presented by two persons. The TU academic person and the representative of the outside partner. You can use only one single slide/photo/poster or any other visual element for your pitching. You talk, with one single visual element behind you.
Pitches are in English.
Your pitch is maximum 3 minutes long. The pitch will be followed with questions to clarify any details.

What are the criteria for the award?
The Accomplissh Impact Award will be given by a selected jury to the three best project ideas. Selection criteria is the involvement of the outside partners and the expected impact of the project.

-The first project will be supported with enabling the project team an expert advice or other project specific tasks valuing up to €3000
-The second and third projects will be supported with enabling the project team an expert advice or other project specific tasks valuing up to €1000
(The support can be used for short term use only - international or local experts, mentor hours or project specific tasks discussed with Accomplissh’s project management.)

Please register to the event by 10th February!

Zsolt Bugarszki, project manager SOGOLAS
Arko Olesk, project manager BFM
Mariliis Rannama, project assistant SOGOLAS