UPCOMING WORKSHOP:  The INDICATE Project is holding a half-day dissemination workshop on July 8, 2014 in Dublin.  

 

The aim of the workshop is to share information regarding INDICATE activities relating to the first year of the project and will include information on:

  • Stakeholder Engagement and Business Model Development
  • Characterization of the City
  • Development of the Common City Indicators and the Common City Index
  • Development of the Virtual City Model

In addition, there will also be an interactive session which will focus on the development of 4 personas (each representing a key stakeholder group) that would be fleshed out over the course of the workshop via the development of workflows (based on specific needs/uses of stakeholders, e.g. - city planner; urban designer/architect/planner; engineer; renewable technology consultant or provider). The aims of the interactive session will include: further development of the persona; identifying typical workflows for each persona along and how the tool might align; identifying the convergence and conflicts vis-à-vis the tool and the different types of users/stakeholders. 

As part of the workshop, a light lunch will be provided.  

Those interested in attending the workshop, to be held on Tuesday, July 8, 2014, from 9:30-12:30pm at the EU House on Dawson Street (Dublin 2) are asked to confirm their participation by contacting Dimitra Xidous at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

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Getting to EU House by Luas

The nearest Green Line (South) Luas stop is on St. Stephen’s Green while the nearest Red Line (West) Luas Stop is on Abbey Street Lower.

Getting to EU House by Bus

Given the central location of EU House Dublin bus offers many routes that run along, or pass close to Dawson Street.  For the latest route details and timetable information see the Dublin Bus website.

Getting to EU House by Train

The two main train stations in Dublin are Connolly and Heuston stations.

Coming from Connolly Station- There are a number of ways to get to EU House from Connolly Station as it is only a short distance away (taxi, bus, or walking)

Coming from Heuston Station- If you arrive at Heuston station the easiest way to get to EU House is by taking the Red Line Luas to Abbey Street Lower, any number of buses which go to the city centre, or by taxi directly to Dawson Street.

Getting to EU House by Car

On street carparking in the vicinity is extremely limited however there are a number of city centre carparks which are close to EU House such as St. Stephens Green.