NTNU Smart Sustainable Cities
The aim of the NTNU Smart Sustainable Cities is to be a cross-disciplinary competence cluster in which we develop transformative research methods in the interface between technology, design and people, to support cities, citizens and society change practices towards a sustainable low-carbon future.
Our ambition is to create projects that show the potential of smart cities and societies when architects, planners, designers and artists take a central role in their creation, in close cooperation with other core disciplines such as engineering, ICT, social and economic sciences. From July 2018, NTNU is also leading the - a EU-funded Smart City Lighthouse project with Trondheim and Limerick as leading cities.
The interdisciplinary Smart Sustainable Cities group work in close collaboration with NTNU Sustainability and NTNU Energy. The group is also playing a leading role in several Norwegian, EU and international projects; including China.
Smart Sustainable Cities
Faculty of Architecture and Design
Department of Architecture and Planning
NTNU, NO-7491 Trondheim, Norway
Alfred Getz vei 3, Sentralbygg 1, Room 568