The fourth Climate-KIC Nordic Cities Workshop will engage our community in forward-looking and proactive solution-oriented discussions about campuses as living labs for sustainable urban development.
Universities play a significant role in forging the path to a sustainable future. As property owners, they provide large-scale test beds for sustainable urban innovation, technologies, processes and services. Campuses are living labs that can inspire innovation and creative action in their own city and in cities around the globe by providing real-world examples of environmental, financial and social successes. The development of campus test-beds provides an opportunity to gain first-hand experience with cutting edge sustainable technologies, services and solutions for the entire city, at the same time creating healthier, cleaner, safer and more productive environments for university staff and students.
Who should attend?
City planners, architects, consulting engineers, contractors, university campus developers, real estate developers should join us for this ground breaking workshop. Come and engage with the Climate-KIC community in inspirational deliberation on coordinated climate action, and on coalition-building with an eye to project funding opportunities.
What is our aim?
The workshop will provide an opportunity for an exchange of best practice and brokerage of new partnerships for cities, industries and universities across Europe working towards smart sustainable cities.
A range of speakers will present their experience with and visions for innovative solutions to obtain better energy efficiency in new and existing building stock, mobility and transport planning, greenhouse gas emission accounting, resilience and biodiversity, sustainable behaviour and waste reduction, big data and data security – and the best business, partnership, procurement and investment models to achieve their high ambitions.
Tuesday 7 June:
16.00-17.30 Site visit
The guided bus tour starts and ends at Hotel Scandic Nidelven.
The purpose is to learn about the new NTNU campus development project in Trondheim.
Guide: Fredrik Shetelig, Dean at the Faculty of Architecture and Fine Art, NTNU
18.00-19.00 Kick off networking cocktails at Hotel Scandic Nidelven
Wednesday 8 June:
Nordic Cities Workshop on Campuses as living labs for smart sustainable cities
Venue: DIGS Innovation Platform. Located in downtown Trondheim, Olav Tryggvasons gate 30
Nordic Cities Workshop:
08.30 Registration and coffee
09.00 Welcome by Susanne Pedersen, Director, Climate-KIC Nordic
Moderator: Brian Kilkelly, Development Lead – Urban Transitions theme, Climate-KIC
09.10 Keynote presentations:
Hilde Opoku, Deputy Mayor, Trondheim City
Merete Kvidal, Campus Development Director, NTNU
09.40-12.00 Cooperation: Cities and Campuses: Inspirational cases from the Nordics and Europe
Gertjan de Werk, Associate Director – TU Delft / LDE Centre for Sustainability, the Netherlands
Eetu Ristaniemi, Director, Real Estate Investments – Aalto University Properties Ltd, Finland
Zeno Winkels, Business Developer – Johanneberg Science Park / Chalmers, Sweden
Annemie Wyckmans, Acting Dean, Fac. of Architecture and Fine Art – NTNU, Norway
(coffee break at 10.20)
11:30 Panel Discussion
12.45 What are the scalable, smart cutting edge innovations relevant for campus development and beyond?
Actual and visionary examples from the industry and service providers
Nicholas Simmons, Director – Naked Energy, UK
Pernilla Hyllenius, Consultant in traffic planning, Head of business – Trivector, Sweden
Hans Joachim Motzfeldt, Senior Advisor & Public Affairs – Rockwool Norway
Lars Iversen, Business Strategist – Technoport Arena, Norway
14.20 Panel Discussion
14.50 Round up – moderator
15.00 Workshop ends
Venues: Site visit will start from Hotel Scandic Nidelven, Havnegata 1, 7010 Trondheim, Norway
The workshop will be held at: DIGS Innovation Platform. Located in downtown Trondheim, Olav Tryggvasons gate 30.
Accommodation: We have arranged a special deal with Hotel Scandic Nidelven, Havnegata 1, 7010 Trondheim, Norway
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Cost: Free of charge, including the optional site visit and Kick Off networking cocktails on 7 June.
Please sign up by midnight on 6 June 2016 by sending an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Give us your name, position and organisation and say which parts of the programme you would like to attend: Site visit, Kick Off cocktails, Nordic Cities workshop.
Remember to tell us about any allergies or dietary restrictions.
The workshop will be limited to 60 participants.
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