InImpact: The Journal of Innovation Impact

Publisher Future Technology Press
Vol. 7 No. 1 Innovation through Knowledge Transfer 2014
Volume Editors KES International
Journal ISSN 2051-6002
Article TitleIn-door Climate Remediation Based on Multidisciplinary University Research Based Open Innovation - From innovation process to technical results
Primary AuthorJens Lonholdt, LYCEUM Innovation and Process Consultancy
Other Author(s) Birgitte Andersen; Rasmus Jakobsen; Carsten Johansen; Bettina Pedersen; Anders Prieme, Mads Terkelsen and Lone Tolstrup Karlby
Pages 63 - 71
Article ID inkt14-007
Publication Date 10-Nov-14

This paper describes the preliminary technical results of an untraditional innovation and development project that was initiated by the Capital Region of Denmark in August 2011. The on-going project named NYMIND aims at finding new and innovative ways of solving indoor climate problems in houses situated on contaminated soil and/or groundwater. The new approach was presented at the IKT13 Conference in Derry in April 2013: New Innovative Ways of Multidisciplinary University Research Based Open Innovation - Comprehensive case study within indoor climate remediation [4]. The project has now reached a decisive stage where two technical tracks, which show promising results, have concluded the pre-project phase and are in the process of being formulated as comprehensive research and development projects. The innovation process and the preliminary technical results will be presented here.

Key Words: Contaminated Soil and Groundwater, Indoor Climate, University Research Based Open Innovation, Multidisciplinary Team Innovation, Creative Tools for Innovation.

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