LL meeting with Milena Rafols Salvador from UPC, Barcelona

LivingLab PhD students meeting with Milena Rafols Salvador, from UPC Barcelona, on April 12th 2011.
From left: Taofeeq, Tobore, Monica, Rallou, Milena, Muhammar.

Milena came visiting us because interested in our LivingLab project. She is working in the management of UPC and has led a LivingLab project in the years 2006-2009.This program led UPC to an incredible social learning and to same more than 70000  euros. We have shared with her our methodologies and our work in order to create a collaborative and innovative network of LivingLabs across Europe.

Thanks for visiting Milena! Keep in touch!

The Technical University of Catalonia or UPC is the largest engineering university in Catalonia, Spain. The objectives of the UPC are based on internationalization, as it is Spain’s technical university with the highest number of international PhD students and Spain’s university with the highest number of international master’s degree students.
The university founded in March, 1971 and was originally known as the Universitat Politècnica de Barcelona. As of 2007 it has 25 schools in Catalonia located in the cities of Barcelona, Castelldefels, Manresa, Sant Cugat del Vallès, Terrassa, Igualada, Vilanova i la Geltrú and Mataró. The UPC has about 30,000 students and 2,500 professors and researchers.
UPC is committed to sustainability through its UPC Sustainabe 2015 plan, which aims to ensure that in 2015, all its graduates will apply sustainability criteria in its professional life and area of influence.


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