Track B Smart & sustainable city services

Track B chaired by:

Judith Borsboom-van Buerden – Senior researcher, Department of Architecture and Planning, and 

John Krogstie – Department of Computer Science

 

Abstract session 1 –  Mobility

*All presenters should bring their presentation on a USB stick to the presentation room 10 minutes before the scheduled session start*

Session 1: Wednesday, 18 October 15:00-17:00
Room: LIVING 4
Moderator: John Krogstie, Professor, Dept. of Computer Science, NTNU

15 minutes per presenter = 12-minute presentations + 3 minutes of questions

Wednesday, 18 October 15:00-17:00

15:00-15:05

Session introduction

15:05-15:20

Pia Laborgne, Monika Heyder, Joanna Skok, Ralf Trunko and Brendan McGill
“Smart” participation? A use case in electric bike infrastructure planning

15:20-15:35

Ray Pritchard and Dominik Bucher
Targeted sensing technology for bicycle research

15:35-15:50

Tom Erik Julsrud, Cyriac George and Eivin Farstad
Car sharing and pathways to sustainable mobility: insights from a qualitative study of early users

15:50-16:05

Maximilian Franz Böhm, Eirin Ryeng and Torbjørn Haugen
Wi-Fi and Bluetooth based sensors for pedestrian detection in urban areas

16:05-16:20

Lin Ye, Lizhen Huang, Johan Wåhlin, Kang Gui, Junfeng Ge and Bian Yang
Road ice intelligence with multi-function sensors for better winter mobility

16:20-16:35

Shanshan Jiang, Marit Natvig and Erlend Stav
Semantic Enabled Federated Catalogue Services for Open Data

16:35-17:00

Joint questions and discussion

 

Abstract session 2 – Participation and governance

*All presenters should bring their presentation on a USB stick to the presentation room 10 minutes before the scheduled session start*

Session 2: Thursday, 19 October 09:45-11:45
Room: COSMOS 1&2
Moderator: Judith Borsboom-van Beurden, Senior Researcher Smart Sustainable Cities, Dept. of Architecture and Planning, NTNU

15 minutes per presenter = 12-minute presentations + 3 minutes of questions

Thursday, 19 October 09:45-11:45

09:45-09:50

Session introduction

09:50-10:05

Daniel Baer, Brita Fladven Nielsen and Carmel Lindkvist
Towards Zero Emission Neighbourhoods: how smart do Norwegian city authorities integrate citizen into the transition process?

10:05-10:20

Francesco Gianni, Lisa Rebekka Klecha, Simone Mora and Monica Divitini
Design of smart city services for and with citizens

10:20-10:35

Ida Nilstad Pettersen, Ole Smørdal, Kristina Ebbing Wensaas and Susana Lopez-Aparicio
Citizen engagement in mobility-related sustainable urban development: Current practices, challenges and opportunities for change

10:35-10:50

Brita Fladvad Nielsen, Daniela Baer and Carmel Margaret Lindkvist
Norwegian municipalities’ efforts to integrate energy into city planning; early key challenges from the planning of smart energy communities

10:50-11:05

Beryl Bellman, Prakash Rao, Ann Reedy and Ken Griesi
Enterprise Architecture Approaches to SDG and stages for sustainable development: Two Case Studies

11:05-11:20

Francesca Cappellaro, Roberta Chiarini and Claudia Meloni
Growing up a new culture of intermediation in Italy: the case of Smart Community in peri-urban Rome Districts

11:20-11:45

Joint questions and discussion

 

Abstract session 3 - Urban Europe Research Alliance (UERA) Workshop

Urban transition: Windows of opportunity for an improved science-policy interface

 

Session : Thursday, 19 October 13:15-15:15

Room: SPACE 2

Moderator: Judith Borsboom-van Beurden, Senior Researcher Smart Sustainable Cities, Dept. of Architecture and Planning, NTNU

Agenda:

13.15-13.30     Why do we need an improved science-policy interface in urban sustainability transitions?Judith Borsboom, NTNU and Urban Europe Research Alliance

13.30-13.40     Analysis of the implementation of green roof technology in the residential building sector of Cyprus

Isodoros Ziogou, Cyprus University of Technology

13.40-13:50     Towards a sustainable Trondheim

Chin-Yu Lee, Trondheim Kommune

13.50-14.00     Instructions workshop

14.00-14.30     Interactive round 1, reporting by different groups

14.30-15.00     Interactive round 2, reporting by different groups

15.00-15.15     Wrap-up: prioritisation, synthesis and next steps

Urban Europe Research Alliance (UERA) is one of the key initiatives of JPI Urban Europe. It connects nearly a hundred knowledge institutes and research organisations across Europe with a specific focus on urban challenges. Smart and sustainable cities are at the heart of this research. 

The NTNU Sustainability Science Conference focuses on transition to sustainable systems. To reach the Sustainable Development Goals and the Paris Agreement, the three dimensions of sustainable development – economic, environmental and social – must be considered holistically. The conference is a platform to share evidence-based research for sustainable decision-making.

Currently, many cities are experimenting in pilot projects and living labs with methods and technologies bringing about urban sustainability. For example electrification of urban transport, deep energy-efficient renovation of neighbourhoods, and closing local resource cycles. However, it is a big challenge for urban stakeholders to come from this urban acupuncture to real urban transition.   What are the barriers preventing this transition? How can science help to achieve a breakthrough, for example by helping to identify the most promising options and assess their broad impact on environment and sustainability? How can the interface between science and policy be improved in order to foster upscaling and replication, and to deliver the desired transition of urban areas?

As part of NTNU’s Sustainability Science Conference, a special session is organised by Urban Europe Research Alliance on the topic of urban transition and the windows of opportunity for an improved science-policy interface. Isidoros Ziogou and Theodoros Zachariadis will present their abstract, “Analysis of the implementation of green roof technology in the residential building sector of Cyprus.”

The session will also brainstorm on different aspects of the urban transition and translate these into first ideas for a COST Action, bringing together European researchers with a key interest in urban transition towards smart and sustainable cities. Fostering of such networks can help to build a better evidence base for policy makers but also prepare the ground for new research proposals and operationalisation of JPI Urban Europe’s Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda.


Abstract session 4 – Sensor-based solutions

*All presenters should bring their presentation on a USB stick to the presentation room 10 minutes before the scheduled session start*

When: Friday, 20 October 09:00-10:30
Room: SPACE 3
Moderator: John Krogstie, Professor, Dept. of Computer Science, NTNU

Friday, 20 October 09:00-10:30

09:00-09:05

Session introduction

09:05-09:20

Hai-Ying Liu and Sonja Grossberndt

Collective air quality awareness platform for sustainability and social innovation – the hackAIR approach in Norway

09:20-09:35

Dirk Ahlers, Patrick Driscoll and John Krogstie

Urban Emission and Greenhouse Gas Monitoring: Multidisciplinary Technical and Organizational Considerations

09:35-09:50

Susana Lopez-Aparicio, Matthias Vogt, Matt Pierce and Philipp Schneider

The application of Web-crawling in urban environmental research: a pilot study on emissions from residential wood burning

09:50-10:05

Nathalie Labonnote, Edvard Sivertsen and Berit Time

The use of flood and stormwater data in Norway: review and recommendations

10:05-10:20

Monika Heyder, Fabrice Casciani, Lydiane Philippe, Gwenaelle Becker, Stephanie Zaba, Thomas Lacroix and Christine Malé

Modélisation Urbaine Gerland: enhancing integrated urban planning by a model base approach in Lyon

10:20-10:30

Joint questions and discussion

 

POSTER SESSION

Posters will be on display during all conference days with a manned session on Wednesday, 18 October, 17:00-18:00

Instructions

The recommended poster size is A0 (84.1 cm x 118.9 cm/ 46.8 x 33.1 inches). You may also choose to bring A4 versions of your poster for further distribution. You should bring your poster with you to registration for hanging.

Presenters

Marina Bakhtina, Alejandra Madero, Evmorfia Andritsopoulou and Tripti Mahaseth

Smart Toll Systems