FAQS

Listed below are responses to Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs). If you have a question that is not addressed here, kindly email us at kmou@dtu.dk

It much depends on which aspect of the society you’re investigating, but a broad definition is that there is an elimination of waste and continual re-use of resources.

The overview of tracks and detailed challenge briefs can be found at the bottom of the Challenges our website.

Here: https://virtualinnovationsprint.com/challenges/#fullbrief

The challenge briefs provided by the company should serve as inspiration for the teams partaking in challenge track 1 – Green Transition. The cases represent challenges within the industry featured. You can use the challenges as a point of departure for your solution development. However, you have the freedom to choose your angle and approach as long as it stays within the track.

There will be a specific team formation day 27th of August. You are encouraged to form teams already by using the Slack workspace provided here on DTU Innovation Sprint: LR-OASCS via the following link:

https://join.slack.com/t/dtuinnovationsprint/shared_invite/zt-fz205ciq-Ygvw296ThMEq4BRCzin62Q

The overview of tracks and detailed challenge briefs can be found at the bottom of the Challenges our website.

Here: https://virtualinnovationsprint.com/challenges/#fullbrief

The challenge briefs provided by the company should serve as inspiration for the teams partaking in challenge track 1 – Green Transition. The cases represent challenges within the industry featured. You can use the challenges as a point of departure for your solution development. However, you have the freedom to choose your angle and approach as long as it stays within the track.

The Award Ceremony will take place on September 10th (Read more details on our website under the programme section.) The ceremony will be in a hybrid event- combining the physical set-up at DTU Skylab and inviting the finalist while streaming to the broader circular economy community on zoom & Facebook.

We will know the exact amount of participants and teams after the team formation 27th of August. But we have a max capacity of 250 participants (approx. 50 teams of 3-4 people)

The overview of all mentors can be found under the collaborators’ page on our website. In addition, we provide a Mentor Booklet- available for teams on our website.

The deliverable for the teams can be found in the Code of Conduct (During the sprint the teams need to hand-in 2 deliverables which state their development during the weekend.

  • Hand in1: Saturday 10 pm: Challenge description.
  • Hand in 2: Sunday 15pm Solution Description.
  • The FINAL DELIVERABLE will be a Blog-post (Mimic – a new press release) and a 2min video.
  • All solutions are uploaded online and can aim at one of the following topics: NEW ready to scale solutions, GREEN tech business models and policy, (system innovation – conceptualization. Also proof of concept) TECH OPPORTUNITY identification (A technology or multiple that can be used in a new constellation) COMMUNITY for continuation, or a new partnership RESEARCH needed – new research collaboration.

Yes, the teams will each have a specific slack channel ”track number_team name” An overview of all teams and their virtual slack space will be posted after the team formation on 27th of August.

Yes, you will be able to follow the former mentors advice history on the team’s slack channel.

Not in our set-up. The teams will receive a team coach, but the mentors will connect on an individual basis to teams through communicating on slack. Mentor’s indicate their availability on slack when they arrive. Teams post their challenges in the #track_channels or #mentor_help_channels. More details in the Code of Conduct

For any technical issues for DTU Slack Workspace: please contact William Vergo – WillKKV@hotmail.com