Up to four facilitated group discussions are offered during WING Day in ‘one question, one hour’ workshops where teams of approximately five to ten individuals from industry and academia of different disciplines sit around a table to candidly discuss common research questions.

The group discussions have one objective – to match the needs of organizations for new knowledge with academic expertise. The idea is to bring different perspectives to each question. Group discussions are multidisciplinary and aimed at exploring possible solutions.

Matching process

Companies register their challenges in a portal, where academic researchers and PhD students may sign up to be matched in a schedule for the day. The schedule will be published in the beginning of September.


To complete your registration, you must provide additional information about the research challenge you wish to discuss in the AIMDay portal. An email with instructions on how to do this has been sent to you by e-mail.


In the AIMDay portal you have access to the research challenges that have been registered by the companies. Please choose which challenges you wish to discuss. An email with instructions on how to do this has been sent to you by e-mail.

If you wouldn’t be matched

The number of discussions that will be held by the AIMDay concept is limited. The companies and researchers who aren’t matched in scheduled discussions may still meet in the mingle area at WING Day or register for presenting in the Speaker’s Corner. WASP will also provide a small number of un-booked group rooms for spontaneous discussions at a first come first served basis.


If there would be any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us at info@wasp-sweden.org.


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