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Mia Hesselgren

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POSTDOC

Researcher


About me

I am a postdoctoral researcher in design for sustainable mobility and as design researcher I am interested in how design can be used to support sustainable practices. In my doctoral thesis, I present re-formulations needed of design as a practice when aiming to enable sustainability transitions. In my postdoctoral research I take this exploration forward in the context of designing for sustainability transitions of transport systems including mobility services. My research is transdisciplinary, and I use collaborative design methods to engage with other research disciplines as well as with citizens, stakeholders from public and private sector, and civil society. 


Courses

Advanced Formgiving (MF2096), teacher | Course web

Advanced Industrial Design Engineering (MF2113), teacher | Course web

Advanced Product Design (MF2112), teacher | Course web

Advanced Service Design (MF2039), teacher | Course web

Advanced Sketch Exercises (MF2097), teacher | Course web

Degree Project in Industrial Design Engineering, Second Cycle (MF217X), teacher | Course web

Degree Project in Industrial Design Engineering, Second Cycle (MF227X), teacher | Course web

Design Methodology in Urban Mobility (MF2098), course responsible, teacher | Course web

Design for Sustainability (MF2114), course responsible | Course web

Develop Creativity (MF2094), teacher | Course web

Industrial Design (MF2023), teacher | Course web

Industrial Design Prep (MF1018), teacher | Course web

Sustainability Perspectives for Assessing and Designing Research, Projects and Policies (FMJ3388), teacher | Course web

Sustainable Consumption (MF2093), teacher | Course web