Interactive talk about user perspectives in urban transitions, 24 January with Katarina Larsen

Published Dec 03, 2019

Katarina Larsen, researcher at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm where she studies science, technology, innovation and organisational studies of knowledge production. Recent work has focused on analysis of university-industry relations and narratives of sustainable urban futures and renewable energy. Katarina will present ongoing work on user perspectives in urban transitions based on studies of project collaboration within the JPI Urban Europe ENSCC (The ERA-NET Cofund Smart Cities and Communities)  and discuss synthesis of project results and their impact for cities.​ 

The event is an activity in the Urban Lunch Talk series by the organisation IQ-Samhällsbyggnad . For more information and registration to the webinar, please visit the Webbinarium: Urban Lunch Talk #10 - From Project Fraction to Synthesis Action  

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