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Workshop: Sustainable Cities and buildings 

KTH/City of Stockholm workshop within Sustainable Cities and buildings

Welcome to this joint Proposal Workshop within Sustainable Cities and buildings on what’s new in the Horizon Europe. The workshop will give you a few insights on how to develop a successful proposal to the program; analyse the topics together with the participants and explore initial joint project ideas between the City of Stockholm and KTH.

Tid: Må 2022-05-23 kl 10.00 - 12.30

Plats: KTH TBD

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The City of Stockholm has identified three topics where they would like to meet researchers from KTH to discuss possibilities for cooperation.

Designs, materials and solutions to improve resilience, preparedness & responsiveness of the built environment for climate adaptation (Built4People) → HORIZON-CL5-2022-D4-02-01

Solutions for the sustainable, resilient, inclusive and accessible regeneration of neighborhoods enabling low carbon footprint lifestyles and businesses (Built4People) → HORIZON-CL5-2022-D4-02-02

More sustainable buildings with reduced embodied energy / carbon, high life-cycle performance and reduced life-cycle costs (Built4People) → HORIZON-CL5-2022-D4-02-05

This workshop is suitable for anybody who wants to get familiar with the new Horizon Europe Program and sees this as a chance to meet potential consortia partners from the City of Stockholm for a potential Horizon Europe proposal. 

We are looking for researchers eligible to seek Horizon funding, willing to collaborate and be part/form consortia on these Horizon topics. Previous experience from Horizon is an advantage. Active participation in the workshop will be required.

When: 23 May 2022 10:00-12:30 including lunch
Where: KTH, TBD

Please note that seating is limited so it is first come, first served principle. IRL participation only. 


Register by email for this invitation araask@kth.se  

Register no later than 9 May.

Please, state in the email your motivation to participate in the workshop as well as any specific project ideas/aspirations you might have related to the chosen topics.