Live Innovation Lab(™) LILab hosts a variety of immersive, hands-on events which will empower you to create a better future through innovation.

Our events take place once regularly and they are free of charge. Our stage is open to passionate innovators who want to ignite innovation by sharing their knowledge!

Come and learn from inspiring talks, share your insights and experiences, network and benchmark with fellow innovators.

LILab offer a wide variety areas of Innovation so you craft your own inspiring agenda with the different tracks we have created for you.


Discover more about what we cover on each of these focus areas of innovation and get inspired to start your innovation journey with us…

Next events*:

Exploring the intersection of science and art to inspire innovation

Is it possible for a work of science to be a work of art, or vice-versa? What is the connection between art, science, and innovation? Where can we draw the line? And even more, should there be a line at all?


Join us in this talk where we will explore these questions and discuss how science and art intersect to inspire innovation.

Our guest speaker, Dr. Kitty Yeung, will share her journey, showcasing how she has driven intrapreneurship and hackathon projects within a corporate environment.

In addition, she will talk about the creative endeavor that led her to write “The Quantum Computing Comics notebook”.

Last but not least, she will tell us more about how she created her own fashion brand “Art by Physicist” which produces tech-fashion products, and what she has learned about pushing innovation in the traditional fashion industry.

When art and science mirror each other, their combined potential increases exponentially. Now, more than ever, scientific experimentation and creative expression must be combined in order to drive innovation.

We look forward to seeing you! Join us and find out!

Date and Time: Thursday, November 4th, 2020. 8:00 PM – 9:00 PM CEST

RSVP: Please register via Eventbrite

Location: This is a virtual event – the link to join the presentation will be sent to all registered participants a day before the event.

About the Speaker

Dr. Kitty Yeung is a Sr. Program Manager at Microsoft Quantum Systems and the Founder & Designer of sustainable and STEAM fashion brand, Art by Physicist.  She is the Creative Technologist & Lead of the Fashion Hack at Microsoft and Producer of MS Learn quantum modules. She created the comic series Quantum Computing through Comics  and published the book Quantum Computing & Some Physics: The Quantum Computing Comics Notebook.  She is also a Public Speaker on quantum computing and fashion tech (lecturer at HackadayU and Microsoft Reactor on Introduction to Quantum Computing).  She received her Ph.D. in Applied Physics from Harvard University in 2015 and B.A., M.Sci. and M.A in Natural Sciences – Physical from the University of Cambridge in 2010.


Past events:

Three Stories about Innovation through a Community


Community-driven innovation is one of many ways that an organization or company can efficiently develop and improve a product or service. Open-source software companies have shown over the past three decades that a community-centric model is an excellent way to harness the creative power of fans who wish to engage with a community to improve and build out a software solution that is then distributed freely to anyone. But the open source model and free software distribution is not a guarantee of success. This talk provides three examples of success and failure in the open-source software world, in which the community-driven innovation model played a central role in the future of companies.

Join us and find out!

Date and Time: Tuesday, June 23rd, 2020. 7:00 PM – 7:40 PM CEST

RSVP: Please register via Eventbrite

Location: This is a virtual event – the link to join the presentation will be sent to all registered participants a day before the event.

About the Speaker

Paul Salazar has spent over 35 years in technology, working for startups in Silicon Valley and Munich in diverse roles such as engineer, product manager, marketing manager, and sales leader. In his free time, Paul is a passionate amateur astronomer and gives talked and writes a blog about astronomy.


The Power of Play for Virtual Working Sessions

The power of play for virtual working sessions!!!

Remote access and collaboration is a given in today’s world, specially in 2020!

Most of us have the possibility of working from home or, have been recently constrained to do home office, whether we want to or not.

By now, most of us know how to wing it in order to be productive and efficient. Even meetings, which are not easy to handle in situ, have now become one more task.

We know the drill: have an agenda, make it short and pinpoint desired outcomes. However, daily work life needs more. More contact, more space to breathe, more ground for creativity… An doing this remotely is not easy.

That’s why we want to talk to you about supporting and enhancing virtual work sessions: those longer tasks which require fluent communication and, normally, human contact.

How can we enrich remote working sessions to make them productive? How can we engage with each other in order to drive innovation, through unusual circumstances? how can we make remote work-storming actually work?

Join us and find out!

RSVP: Please register via Eventbrite

Location: This is a virtual event – link to join the presentation will be send to all registered participants a day before the event.

Live Innovation Lab 2020

As we continue to strive to provide inspiring & one of a kind experimental events to empower ideas and ignite innovation, we’re excited to offer you a sneak peek at what we have planned for this year!

Get ready for our 2020 unconference which has been designed to be one of the most exciting, thought-provoking and experimental events around Innovation happening right now…

The agenda will be packed with imaginative hands-on sessions and labs that will boost your innovative thinking in new and exciting ways.

More agenda announcements coming soon…

Take a look at past Labs in our blog.

*Disclaimer: By taking part in these events you grant the event organizers full rights to use the images resulting from the photography/video filming, and any reproductions or adaptations of the images for publicity or other purposes to help achieve the group’s aims. This might include (but is not limited to), the right to use them in their printed and online publicity, social media and press releases. If you do not wish to be photographed please inform us

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