ENoLL BOOT CAMP Living Labs | November 7 and 8, 2023

When: 7 November 2023 01:00 to 7 November 2023 16:00

Where: 7 novembre, 13 h 30 à 16 h :
Lieu: Université McGill - Thomson House : 3650 Mc Tavish St, Montreal, Quebec H3A 1Y2

8 novembre, 13 h à 17 h :
Lieu: CRIR-IURDPM : Institut de réadaptation Gingras-Lindsay-de-Montréal, Salle Saputo (rez-de-chaussée), 6300 Avenue de Darlington, Montréal, QC H3S 2J4



Welcome to ENoLL BOOT CAMP Living Labs



This event is co-organized by McGill University, the European Network Living Labs (ENoLL) and the CRIR student committee of the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Rehabilitation of Greater Montreal (CRIR).

The ENoLL team will offer a full training package of 3 frontal lessons and 2 hands-on sessions to be delivered in 2-half days. Training will be offered by 2 professional senior trainers: Ms. Martina De Sole (Director of ENoLL) and Dr. Francesca Spagnoli (Head of Capacity Building & Research at ENoLL).

  • Take advantage of this incredible opportunity to participate in these training courses free of charge!
  • Training in English.


Register for one, two or both training days:

November 7, 13:30 to 16:00 p.m.:

Training: Living Labs basics, experimentation and co-design in the Living Lab Environment

  • Location: McGill University – Thomson House: 3650 Mc Tavish St, Montreal, Quebec H3A 1Y2

November 8, 13:00 to 17:00 p.m.:

Training: Open Innovation Journeys of LLs (including IPs and IPRs)

  • Location: CRIR-IURDPM: Institut de réadaptation Gingras-Lindsay-de-Montréal, Salle Saputo (rez-de-chaussée), 6300 Avenue de Darlington, Montréal, QC H3S 2J4


Each lesson will provide a firm understanding of Living Labs essentials and how to structure the activities through an open innovation processes, frameworks, methods, and tools to support the setting up and daily management of Living Labs, with a strong focus on learning practical skills that can be immediately applicable to the daily challenges of your organization.


The participants have the chance to learn:

  • Understand Living Labs: Explore the Quadruple Helix Model, 3-Layer Framework, and Co-design vs. Co-creation.
  • Implement with Precision: Master Experimentation, Co-Design, and Adaptation in Real-Life Settings.
  • Open Innovation Excellence: Learn Solutions Identification and Project Innovation Lifecycle Management.
  • Inspire with Success: Gain Insights from Inspirational Living Lab Stories


Registration required, before November 1, 2023. Hurry, places are limited!



  • Invitation from ENoLL and program for both days: PDF format | Word format
  • Promotional poster – Share it with your networks!


We look forward to seeing you there!

Members of the CRIR 2023-2024 Student Committee:

  • Student representatives for axes 1 and 2:Nicolas Herrera and Alia Osman
  • CRIR site representatives: Nay El Hajj (IURDPM-UdeM), Jessica Hanson (HJR-McGill), Pauline Lemersre (IURDPM-UdeM), Ebrahim Mahmoudi Kojidi (CRLLM-UdeM), Étienne Marteau (IURDPM-UdeM), Akash Sasitharan (HJR-McGill), Joshua Simmonds (CRLLM-UdeM).