Professor Dimitrios Buhalis and eTourism Lab invite PhD and Master level Student, researchers and organisation for future collaboration. Bournemouth University eTourism Lab has bees working on several projects and currently is looking for prospective partners and funding in order to expand the research.
Please, see the list of the research topics Prof. Buhalis and eTourism Lab are currently interested in
VIDEO from the Smart Tourism workshop is available now at Youtube:
How to design memorable experiences in tourism by linking Gamification to Experience Design is the focus of the new Gamification in Tourism book. For combining these concepts, Paul Bulencea and Roman Egger conceptualized the Memorable Experience Design (MED) framework drawing on a wide body of literature from design thinking, motivation theories, game design and positive psychology.
Organized by the International Federation for Information Technology and Travel & Tourism (IFITT), the ENTER conference offers a worldwide and unique forum for attendees from academia, industry, government, and other organizations to actively exchange, share, and challenge state-of-the-art research and industrial case studies on the application of information and communication technologies to travel and tourism.
ENTER2016 conference, with the theme eTourism: Empowering Places, taking place in stunning Bilbao (Basque Country, Spain) , from February 2 until February 5, 2016. The conference brings together the research community with industry and it is organized in three streams namely, industry, destinations and research tracks. The conference also features 6-8 world class keynote speakers. Next year ENTER 2016 conference will focus on exploring emergent and cutting-edge ICT concepts, applications, and business models that reflect the progressive transformation in travel and tourism, with special focus on placemaking, big data,and digital economy.
Bournemouth University eTourism Lab, Bournemouth Tourism and IFITT invite you to the Smart Tourism workshop at Festival of Learning Bournemouth University
14 July 2015
Lees Lecture Theatre
Bournemouth University School of Tourism
Smart Tourism workshop puts in agenda the main trends and challenges of smart tourism as well as discussion of research result on Smart Tourism conducted by eTourism Lab.
The second project meeting of the Holy Grail Route EU project took place on March 30th and 31st at the University of West London. The project partners discussed the country reports, experts’ interviews and training sessions for tourism stakeholders. Special attention was given to the development of a concept for the website for the Holy Grail project and to the creation of tourism products for the different destination hubs of the route. Also, the project partners discussed how to organise and disseminate the forthcoming Holy Grail conference that will take place in Jaca, Spain between November 26th and 29th 2015. For more information, please visit http://www.holygrailcongress.com/
Bournemouth University eTourism Lab congratulates its members Dr Barbara Neuhofer, Dr Zornitza Yovcheva and Dr John Fotis with their PhD projects! Continue reading