Sabrina Sauer, PhD candidate at STePS (Department of Science, Technology and Policy Studies) at the Faculty of Governance and Management, has won the presentation competition at the recent Working Conference of the Dutch Research Delta, a research collaboration of KPN, TNO and a number of Dutch universities. The Dutch Research Delta aims to stimulate academic research on ICT innovation dynamics. The research programme of the consortium is organized along three research tracks: social innovation, trans-sectoral innovation and technical innovation. Sauer's research project "Living Labs: user innovativeness in ICT design" is part of the social innovation track. She will be awarded 500 euro's as a prize.
More information about the Dutch Research Delta can be found on http://dutchresearchdelta.nl/DutchResearchDelta/Inspiration+mission/default.aspx.