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  • New project to investigate people's safety perceptions

    A new research project in the Senseable Stockholm Lab will look at perceptions of safety in Kista. The researchers will include youth organisations and the hope is that the results can lead to concrete measures.

  • Webinar #4, fall 2020: Ethical issues when using AI and urban data

    The use of AI and big data and deploying multipurpose sensing infrastructures in our cities, together with the increase of AI technologies, pose several ethical questions around regarding, for example, the data and privacy realms.

  • Senseable Stockholm Lab takes lead in data management pilot project at KTH

    In a recently initiated pilot project, Senseable Stockholm Lab will join forces with the Research Data Team coordinated by the KTH Library to explore the opportunities and challenges of research data management. This spearhead initiative, which will work as a prototype for the rest of KTH, aims to develop and define the role of a data steward, explore how a data hub can be developed and also increase the lab’s competence surrounding research data.

  • A week that infused new strength into a unique collaboration

    Through collaboration between KTH Royal Institute of Technology, MIT and the City of Stockholm – supported by Stockholm Chamber of Commerce and Newsec, and hosted by Kista Science City and the Stockholm Room – the week starting with 4 October 2021 became Senseable Stockholm Lab Week.

  • Webinar #1, fall 2020: Meetings, flows and segregation – what different data say about how Stockholm citizens move around and experience the city

    Through short presentations from the project Urban segregation within Senseable Stockholm Lab, you get insight into exciting research and how new ways to collect, analyze and visualize data show how the city’s spaces are used.

  • Webinar #3, fall 2020: New urban habits in Stockholm following COVID-19

    Life in Stockholm has undergone sweeping changes as a result of the pandemic restrictions. We have studied new habits in Stockholm drawing from Twitter data and a public participation survey to see how implemented restrictions have influenced the use of different locations in the city and how this may be related to living conditions.

  • Webinar #2, fall 2020: Stockholm Sensing Platform – mapping urban micro climates

    Air quality, heat, noise. These are environmental factors that deeply affect the well-being of people living in cities. Yet, they are hyper-local, fast-pace changing phenomena that are hard to snapshot. The Stockholm Sensing Platform explores the use of fleets of custom-designed mobile and low-cost sensors. By doing this, unique characteristics of Stockholm’s microclimates are captured, and provides use cases in the field of environmental monitoring, civic participation and public health.

  • Senseable Stockholm Lab Day 2021

    On “Senseable Stockholm Lab Day”, Tuesday 5 October 2021, the lab’s researchers and City of Stockholm representatives came together in Stockholm City Hall to present completed, ongoing and coming lab projects. The lab day was moderated by Lukas Ljungqvist, City of Stockholm.

  • SSL Lab days 21-22 September

    How can cutting-edge research contribute to urban development processes where decisions are made to create a more inclusive and sustainable urban environment?

  • Webinar #1, fall 2020: Meetings, flows and segregation – what different data say

    Through short presentations from the project Urban segregation within Senseable Stockholm Lab, you get insight into exciting research and how new ways to collect, analyze and visualize data show how the city’s spaces are used.

  • Online and Twitter data reveals how the pandemic changed people’s behaviour in Stockholm

    As the first wave of the Covid-19 pandemic reached Europe and Sweden in the spring of 2020, researchers from KTH Royal Institute of Technology and MIT, collaborating with the City of Stockholm in the Senseable Stockholm Lab, took on the challenge of studying how urban life and people’s usage of urban spaces were affected.

  • New article on kth.se: "Ethics are important when working with smart cities"

    KTH researcher Barbro Fröding's ethic project in Senseable Stockholm Lab is the topic for an article in the series "The City in Focus" on kth.se.

  • Interview with Barbro Fröding: “Both technology and ethics are needed in the smart city”

    Barbro Fröding, associate professor in philosophy at KTH, researches the ethical perspective on when new technology and people meet. Her ongoing project is about the City of Stockholm’s work with “smart city” and about the research in Senseable Stockholm Lab.

  • SSL in World Academic Forum webinar on city transformation

    Senseable Stockholm Lab will take part in the upcoming World Academic Forum Stockholm Summit 2022 in a webinar hosted by KTH Royal Institute of Technology: “City Transformation - How We Make the City More Sustainable”.

  • Call for proposals 2022

    In the SSL-Kista Initiative, the Senseable Stockholm Lab joins forces with Kista Science City with the aim to start a new era of research and education on digitalization and sustainable urban solutions in Kista; combining the cutting-edge research on cities, IoT and AI of the Senseable Stockholm Lab with the deep knowledge of the world-leading companies in the Kista ecosystem.

  • Pilot initiative to simplify handling of data

    The need to be able to share, analyse and store data is growing. In March 2022, the president of KTH gave the green light to establish a new data hub aimed to boost data stewardship competence at KTH. To create a system everyone at KTH can use, the hub will partly be modelled on the Senseable Stockholm Lab, a collaboration on data-driven research between the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and the City of Stockholm.

  • Successful Senseable Stockholm Lab Days

    During the Senseable Stockholm Lab Days in September 2022, some 50 researchers and business partners from KTH, MIT, the City of Stockholm and the business world met to discuss ongoing research and prospective new ideas going forward.

  • "The ambition is to strengthen Kista as Europe's ICT cluster"

    The Senseable Stockholm Lab (SSL), a research collaboration between KTH, MIT and the City of Stockholm, has found a new home in the EECS and the new premises in Kista, inaugurated in September. We chatted with the Lab’s new KTH academic director Anne Håkansson.

  • AI to help Stockholmers with their energy use

    New technology to be developed by KTH can help residents and property owners becoming more climate smart.

  • Studying traffic flows in Kista to reduce emissions

    To better understand emissions from traffic, researchers will use big data and AI to study traffic flows in Kista. The hope is to create transport solutions that generate lower emissions and reduce the climate footprint.

  • Total climate impact of properties in focus in new study

    The building stock has a significant long-term climate impact. Researchers at KTH Royal Institute of Technology have observed this when investigating the climate impact of recently constructed residences in Hammarby Sjöstad, Stockholm. They discovered that some properties are associated with 50 percent more emissions than others.

  • Contribute to KTH research

    If you live in Stockholm, you can now take part in a research project within the Senseable Stockholm Lab that investigates security.

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