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Mr. Christian Haslam
Aalborg University & Tech College Aalborg
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Christian Haslam is currently a Ph.D. student at Department of Communication and Psychology at Aalborg University in Denmark, where he studies student-driven innovation. In that capacity, he spends a lot of time designing and running various innovation workshops targeting students at all levels; from primary school to university, spanning many fields of study. His work is co-financed by Tech College Aalborg where he has been employed for the past 10 years as an educator, teaching software development in vocational programs and developing curricula at institutional, and occasionally, national level. During this time, he has developed a special interest in the Scandinavian forms of vocational training and education which is reflected in his research.
Christian holds a Master’s degree in Computer Science and Humanities, also from Aalborg University. Prior to becoming interested in education he worked in the private sector for over 10 years, designing and implementing software solutions for the offshore industry.
Areas of interests in TH research
Educational Innovation, Student-driven innovation, education - industry knowledge transfer, interdisciplinary educational programs
Areas of competence and expertise in TH research
Interdisciplinary innovation workshops, Strudent-driven Innovation, Industry and Education collaborations
Main works and publications