HSbooster.eu shines at the 2024 EURAS Annual Standardisation Conference

Last week, the HSbooster.eu team joined the 28th Annual EURAS Conference, held at Delft University of Technology in Delft, The Netherlands. From June 19-21, 2024, the event brought together key players in the standardisation landscape, including representatives from the European Academy for Standardisation (EURAS), NEN, TU Delft, Eindhoven University of Technology, Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University, and Tilburg University. The conference was an exciting blend of academic rigor and practical insights, with HSbooster.eu making a significant impact.

Poster Session Highlights

The HSbooster.eu team kicked off their participation with a dynamic poster session, presenting the preliminary findings of their ongoing project. The session was a hive of activity, attracting researchers and practitioners deeply involved in various standardisation domains. Attendees learnt more about HSbooster.eu’s progress and insights, ignating a lively exchange of ideas and information. The poster the HSbooster.eu team presented is the result of the submission of a short paper titled "Piloting standardisation-support services for research projects: preliminary findings". This paper focused on the methodology used to design an improved version of HSbooster.eu’s service offerings, showcasing how the project has evolved and expanded beyond its initial proposal stage. The poster session wasn’t just about showcasing findings; it was also a fertile ground for networking.

Curious minds can still dive into the details by downloading the poster HSbooster.eu showcased at the conference.

The Smiley Game: A Hit at the High-Level Forum

On June 18, HSbooster.eu contributed to the High-Level Forum Conference with an engaging activity led by the University of Belgrade. The Smiley Game, a role-play exercise designed to simulate standardisation discussions in a Technical Committee, was presented in two dedicated sessions. Participants from various Standards Developing Organisations (SDOs) took part, finding the game both simple and highly engaging. 

The EURAS 2024 conference was a whirlwind of activities, insights, and networking opportunities for HSbooster.eu. The project’s contributions were well-received, sparking interest and engagement from an international audience. From the interactive poster session to the academic paper presentations, HSbooster.eu made its mark on the conference, reinforcing its role in the standardisation ecosystem. The project looks forward to continuing its work, building on the momentum gained, and fostering deeper collaborations within the standardisation community.

the HSbooster.eu team joined the 28th Annual EURAS Conference, held at Delft University of Technology in Delft,